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Don’t make this Mistake when Sharing Content on Linkedin
Date Added: 2015
By Kathy Colaicovo
Linkedin Groups can be very valuable places to connect online. Depending on the groups they can almost work as a mastermind.
The trouble with groups is when people start auto sharing content with no comments or reasons why. Worse even, is the self-promoting links! “Don’t sell me your stuff in a Linkedin Group!” – I did not join to be sold to, I joined to network.
What are some effective techniques for building links?
Responsive Web Design (RWD) vs Adaptive Web Design (AWD)
We’ve heard the terms Fluid, Adaptive, and Responsive used interchangeably when describing a theme’s ability to resize according to browser specs or device (mobile or not) size. Are they really different from one another or are they referring to the same characteristics found in themes described as such?.....
Seeing as how the CSS wars seem to have flared up again, I thought I would weigh in. I have finally had a chance to really dive in to the details, and I have come to the following conclusion:
CSS is really cool. It is useful for a lot of things. The basic idea of separating content from presentation is sound. But when it comes to layout, the design of CSS is fundamentally flawed. Use tables instead.
There, I've said it. But you might want to hear what I have to say before you release the hounds......
There is no definitive right or wrong, Use whatever suits the particular website circumstances best and what will produce the best end result for the client and website user.
Just because you may prefer designing with tables, does not mean that CSS is bad Just because you may prefer designing with CSS, does not mean that tables are bad
Tables and CSS should not be mutually exclusive, a combination approach seems to be the real answer.