What is a 404 Page? You’ve seen them plenty of times. They’re the pages you land on when you’ve entered a web address incorrectly or gone to a page that has been removed. They can be boring, like this one… Quite frustrating really. You’re hoping to get some information you need and you end up... Read More
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First, what is image aspect ratio? Here’s a good definition from Wikipedia… “The aspect ratio of an image describes the proportional relationship between its width and its height. It is commonly expressed as two numbers separated by a colon, as in 16:9.” – Wikipedia Aspect Ratio through the Eyes of Your HD TV Video deals a lot with aspect... Read More
Yes! But, allow me to explain. First, for those not familiar with the term content management system, here is a definition… A content management system, or CMS, is software that allows you to create, edit, and publish content to a website or blog without advanced coding knowledge. In other words, a CMS makes it possible... Read More
I’ve been following Rebecca Lieb on Twitter for years. Her blog posts, though not rapid fire like many I’m subscribed to, are always useful and make my share list every time. Rebecca is the Altimeter Group‘s digital advertising and media analyst. She’s also an author, columnist, journalist, and frequent speaker. Her books, The Truth About Search Engine Optimization and Content Marketing,... Read More
We’ve all heard the news: Print is dead. It’s been repeated over and over again throughout the past decade, as newspapers shut down and magazines slashed their staffs to the bare minimum. Yet, despite all the doom and gloom, it’s suddenly refreshingly easy to find print’s defenders. A quick Google search of “Why print isn’t dead”... Read More