HOW TO: Set Up a Foursquare Special

Posted onThursday, 12 May 2011

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When Foursquare 3.0 launched in March, the app’s entire merchant platform was revamped. The location-based service offered more options for specials — and made it quicker and easier to set them up. To date, more than 250,000 small and large businesses have signed up on Foursquare’s free platform for businesses; many of these have offered specials.

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Why is my internet connection so unreliable?

Posted onWednesday, 04 May 2011

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We often come across internet connection problems with home based businesses and small businesses and these are down to many factors but one recurring issue is the use of "home" routers. I.E Those basic routers often given away by Internet Service Providers.

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5 Must-Do Strategies for Dominating Social Media Marketing

Posted onWednesday, 16 June 2010

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Social media marketing is an essential tool for any business. Sites such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn are among the most popular sites regularly visited on the internet and can generate large numbers of visitors and new sales leads.

Many businesses are already utilizing social media marketing as part of their ongoing business strategy, but a large percentage of these are not aware of the essentials required to fully maximize social media to its full potential.

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Forgotten CSS selectors

Posted onTuesday, 09 February 2010

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Anyone who has been using CSS for any length of time has probably been frustrated by the lack of selector support in Internet Explorer 6. There are quite a lot of cases where a CSS 2.1 selector will let you target elements in all other relevant browsers, but where you, if you want it to work in IE 6, have to add a class or id attribute to the HTML.

Here are brief explanations of some of the most useful “forgotten” CSS 2.1 selectors.

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Top 20 Essential Firefox Add-ons for Web Designers

Posted onTuesday, 10 November 2009

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Mozilla Firefox is a very popular browser, especially among web designers and developers. These days, with such a crowded field, staying at the top of the browser heap takes a lot of work. One of the factors that make Firefox so well-liked is the huge library of great extensions that enhance your browsing experience. Among the massive list of add-ons, many are vital to web designers and developers. If used, it will make your workflow quicker and more productive.

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18 Alternative Ways To Use Wordpress

Posted onMonday, 26 October 2009

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Wordpress is by far the best CMS system out there, you can do so many different things with it, from running a job board site to a CSS gallery. Today I wanted to showcase some of the best alternative ways to using Wordpress and prove that it can be so much more than just a blog. The great thing about Wordpress is it’s so easy to use, in fact I would go as far as saying it’s idiot proof because all you have to do is fill in fields and your page is done.

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10 Useful WordPress Coding Techniques

Posted onWednesday, 21 October 2009

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Since last year, the WordPress themes market has grown incredibly. The reason? Great designs, of course, but also a lot of amazing new functionality. Top WordPress developers are always looking to get the most out of WordPress and use all of their knowledge to find ways to make their favorite blogging engine even more powerful.

In this article, we have compiled 10 useful WordPress code snippets, hacks and tips to help you create a WordPress theme that stands out from the crowd.

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