On the surface, someone unfamiliar with designing emails might think it can be approached in the same manner as web design. They are both written with HTML and CSS so they should be the same, right? Unfortunately, that is not the case. Here are just a few of the major differences that exist between email and web HTML/CSS. 1. Standards The main reason why email and web HTML need to be handled differently is because of the difference when it comes to standards (or the lack... Read More
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As 2021 approaches, you and your business should begin to create a list of goals for the new year. What do you hope to accomplish? What can you improve upon from the previous year? One very attainable and undervalued goal that every business should set for themselves is making their website is more accessible. What does “making a website more accessible” mean? Simply put – it is making sure everyone can interact with and obtain the same information from a... Read More
The air has that sharp autumn crisp to it and the leaves are changing colors before they fall off the trees. As we inch closer and closer to the holiday season, it is imperative to follow best practices when it comes to Search Engine Optimization (SEO). When potential customers are searching for products that your business offers, you want to ensure you are being seen just as much if not more than your competitors! Ranking high in search engines and... Read More
While learning about or working with Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), it is quite common to hear the word “semantic”. You will hear things like: “You should always develop with semantic HTML in mind” “This div should be replaced with a semantic element.” But what does all that mean? Simply put, semantic HTML (also referred to as semantic markup) is HTML that provides meaning or context for an element rather than just presentation. Some of the major reasons why semantic HTML is so important are:... Read More
In a day and age where we spend so much time online, website security has never been more important. According to SophosLabs, more than 30,000 websites are infected with some type of malware every day. Cybercriminals do not discriminate – they will target small or large websites if they can get what they desire. Monetary gain, hacktivism, bragging rights, malware hosting, crypto mining, and entertainment are just a few of the many reasons your website might be targeted by a cybercriminal. Website security is something people tend to overlook, even in 2020. It is important... Read More
Nowadays, it is nearly an everyday occurrence to give out personal identifiable information such as your full name, home address, email, credit card numbers, phone number, etc. to websites. You make purchases on Amazon, you pay your bills through your bank online, you subscribe to music streaming services, you download a new app, and you browse the web in general. Control over your personal data has never been more important than now with how much of our lives revolve around... Read More
We are extremely proud to share that Laura Frese, iMedia's resident Kentico expert, has officially been named a Kentico MVP! Congratulations, Laura! Laura Frese is a passionate .NET developer and Kentico enthusiast here at iMedia. She quickly fell in love with Kentico after discovering its ease of use and reliability compared to other content management systems. As an active member of the Kentico DevNet community, Laura enjoys developing web parts and helping other developers gain a better understanding of the... Read More