Posted in How to- Music Production Videos, Videos Tags: a lil closer to success describe your doctype so the browser can relate make sure you do it great or it won’t validate check in all browsers, congratulations but it’s time to start construction follow these instructions when you move into production your photoshop functions then slice that design do your layout with divs make sure that it, Design coding lyrics, font color and font size no background colors, graphics, html, I do it directly gotta make sure that it renders correctly some use IE, I use Firefox title everything including links and images don’t use italics, it should be reflective of you and the industry easy to look at with a nice navigation when you can’t find what you want it causes frustration a clear Call to Action to increase the temptation use a, keep your coding real neat, look at other organizations but don’t duplicate or you might face a litigation design done, marketing, music producer, please use strong if you use bold that’s old and wrong when you use CSS, poetic prophet, Rapper, seo rapper, some others use Flock some use AOL, Starr Ackerman, tag your look and feel on a separate style sheet better results with xml and css now you making progress, they create motivation if you have animation use with moderation cause search engines can’t index the information display the logos of all your associations highlight your contact info that’s an o, use emphasis don’t use bold, website coding, website design, xml, you page will load quicker client satisfied like they eating on a snicker they stuck on your page like you made it with a sticker and then they convert now that’s the real kicker make you a lil rich, your site a lil slicker design and code right man I hope you get the picture what I’m telling you is true man it should be a scripture if it’s built right you’ll be the pick of the litter everyo, Your site design is the first thing people see
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