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Have you ever clicked on a website, felt that warning alarm go off in your gut, and quickly navigated away hoping that you haven’t contracted a computer virus? We’re with you. The last thing you want is for your own website to set off warning bells for potential visitors. Keep your visitors from running the […]

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It is very often difficult for small businesses to keep up with the latest design trends because of the cost involved with redesign and the ever-changing interests of their customers (ie. the increasing popularity of mobile devices). But there are a few web design trends from 2010 and leading into 2011 that small business website […]

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In an earlier post we’ve looked at how you can add fancy fonts to your website using Google Fonts API. to your website. Now, let’s look at another font provider, Fonts.com. Like Google Fonts API, Fonts.com Web Fonts, officially launched on September 14, 2010, lets you add fancy fonts to your website in just a […]

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Google Font API on Your Website


Posted on Aug 25, 2010

Anyone who’ve designed a website would agree that one of the most frustrating aspects of designing a website is fonts – the font you choose needs to be already installed on your visitors’ computer or device, and yet the selection of the web-safe fonts is quite limited: Arial, Georgia, Verdana, etc. If you want a […]

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In this post, we will discuss the remaining 3 tips on tweaking your WordPress theme Changing the Sidebar The sidebar is the narrow vertical column placed either on the right or left-hand side of on your theme, and often jam-packed with lots of information to provide navigation for the visitor. The list of navigation item […]

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In today’s post, we will be sharing another three tips on tweaking your WordPress theme Page Navigation Many themes display all of your pages across the top of your site. But let’s say you’d like to exclude a page from the main navigation.  Here’s one way you can do it: Look for the following code […]

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