I am going to show you how to make basic CSS changes without any coding knowledge OR at least make them temporarily in the browser so that you can convey specific requests to your developer saving them time, and you money.
There is a real advantage in showing a potential customer not only what they are getting with a particular package, but also what they are missing out on. For example, if your photography business offers three shooting packages, you may want to list out all of the features of each but cross off the features… [Read More]
Here is a simple tweak for you to use on your site to make it a bit more exciting for the user (as long as you don’t over do it, right?). Find an element or two and make it expand or shrink when the mouse hovers over. Here’s an example: Make An Item Grow On… [Read More]