What Colors Should You Use On Your Website?

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We all know what graphic design is, if you don’t, go look it up. When we are designing a website, we need to determine what we want the customer to feel when they visit our website. And a big factor of that is the use of color. Colors can evoke so many emotions in people it’s crazy. Why do you think almost all fast food restaurants have red and yellow colors in their logo and on their website? Red will cause you to feel hungry and heighten your sense of stimulation, while yellow makes you feel happy.

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The 10 Principles Of Good Web Design

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Original Article Written By: Roger Howard

People are always looking to find a good design with new trends, it is a bit confusing to know if what we do is according to what others consider as good. Trends arrive because someone creates a new fashion or way of showing something, and it is at that moment where we must avoid losing ourselves in style and concentrate on the essence of design.

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How to Create an Effective Net Linking Strategy

Original article written by: Armaghan Arshad

Knowing that links represent fundamental elements in a natural referencing optimization policy, the goal of net linking is to obtain quality backlinks to point the user towards a particular website. SEO services in Lahore deeply brief how to set up an effective net linking strategy in 2020?

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What Are The Differences Between HTML & HTML5?

Original article written by: Armaghan Arshad

To web design often hear the word “beacons” and wonder what it means and why it is different from what is called “code”. The markup language is for the encoding, classification and display of text. Tags and comments are inserted in style files to allow the machine to modify the text. Historically speaking, the term markup language comes from the process of handwritten markup. Instructions for printers were derived with hand-made margins. The HTML markup language is the most widely used. A couple of years back, an HTML5 upgrade was published for that language. The distinction between HTML and HTML5 is seen in this post.

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10 Easy Tips to Keep Your Commercial Office Clean

Original article written by: Francisco Chavez

For those of us cleaning-disabled individuals, sometimes hiring a cleaning service to come weekly or even daily is just not enough. A pen here, a piece of paper there, a file set down at random, a jacket hung over a chair…it all adds up, and quicker than you know the previously spotless area is once again a huge mess. Here are some handy tips to help you survive between visits:

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The 10 Principles of Good Web Design

Original Article written by: Roger Howard

When you are looking to find a good web design with new trends, it can be a bit confusing to know if what we do is according to what others consider as good. Trends arrive because someone creates a new fashion or way of showing something, and it is at that moment where we must avoid losing ourselves in style and concentrate on the essence of design.

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14 Things You Need To Know When Renting a Car on Vacation

Original Article written by: Munim Hamid

If you plan to rent a car on vacation, you are obliged to compare rental offers. But for many of us, it can get a bit confusing. The rental offers include different things in the prices they show, so in addition to not seeing the final price until you have made 99% of the reservation, you have to review multiple rates, insurance, and liability exemptions.

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