Most of us should be familiar with today’s most anticipated run time application, Silverlight, from Microsoft. Silverlight was developed and released in 2007 with the aim to overcome the inadequacies of HTML to innovate and create more awesome & interactive graphical applications. In this article we will attempt to give you a quick round up about Silverlight and how Silverlight qualifies to have bright prospects in the web-designing world over other leading software, like flash.…

The World Wide Web is saturated with information and positioning your website in this huge internet market can really be an intimidating task. Your website should be designed in a way that more number of people visit it over and over again. Simply clubbing your site with graphics and flashy animations won’t do. You need to furnish your audience with relevant information to satiate their thirst for information. A good foundation and quality elements in the website will surely bring in more traffic.…

Discussing CMS from Scratch

Designing professional web sites require understanding the audience of your websites and then creating a suitable structure of information that fulfills the visitor’s requirements and fulfills the business objectives. Crafting professional websites require considerable designing concerns particularly to ensure that the contents are consistent, and also managerial capabilities to guarantee that the site is well managed. But today, we have some CMS (content management systems) which ensure the web presence of a website without much appreciable graphic art expertise. In this article, we will discuss CMS and review a few famous CMS of today.…

The definition of web hosting or web space hosting is a type of Internet hosting service that permits individuals as well as companies to make their websites accessible to their audience via the World Wide Web. Web hosts are those companies that supplies space for use by the customers on a server. Usually they own the server or take it on a lease. Not just that, the hosts also provides you with internet connectivity, generally in a data center. The scope of web space hosting may vary from one service to another. The fundamental ones are the small-scale file hosting and web page where FTP (File Transfer Protocol) or Web interface is used to upload files.…

When talking about graphic design, it is essential to have a thorough understanding of computer graphics.. Unfortunately, there exists a ambiguity among most designers of today regarding the contrast of vector and bitmap images. In this article we will draw a basic comparison between the two types of computer graphics. However, we will highlight the capabilities of both types of graphics in designing while refraining from discussing details of file storage and pixel complexities.…

SilverLight is a web application framework by Microsoft that is used to make videos and games and other interactive media on the web. It is little known out there, but users say it is a viable alternative to Flash. SilverLight has a user friendly GUI that makes it easy to use several programming languages like Ajax and C++. All the graphics and animation are combined into a single runtime environment for ease of programming and deployment.…

A domain name is essential if you want a web presence. A domain name in the specific TLD of the country in which the website is based is often the best way to promote a website business, but .com is still the top choice as well, for international based businesses. But how do you know which domain name is best, or how to choose a good domain name?…

Websites are considered to be a window of your business/organization to the outer world, where you try and put up the best show to impress upon your target audience. If a website is visually displeasing or difficult to navigate, it would fail to get the desired response from its target audience. In fact, the success of a website depends to a great extent on its visitors. More traffic brings in more popularity and hence more money. However, if your website design does not suit the temperament of your visitors, it might cost you your image, and consequently your website popularity.…

Ideally, you will need just a single set of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for the website that you have created and those styles are likely to work for every browser that people use. But this, as every web guru will tell you, is nothing more than a pipe dream. The contemporary web browsers do not have standard levels of implementation for the style sheets. To add to the woes, the implementation is often very buggy. Even if you try to find solutions to these problems, you get to see that your potential customers are mostly using older browsers that hardly support present CSS standards.…