No matter how loudly and often we tell our clients who maintain their own Web sites (via WordPress and other CMS-driven platforms) that using underlining for emphasis on the Web is a very bad idea, many of them do it anyway. This article explains, first of all, why this practice is a bad idea, and then it offers a simple CSS solution for removing underlines that shouldn’t appear on Web pages.
If you run your HTML5 Web page through the w3.org validator, there’s a good chance your document’s outline will not show up. I wish I could offer a good explanation of why that is. But I can’t. However, if you want to see your HTML5 document’s outline, paste your URL in the URL box of […]
Many of the best marketing minds of our time agree that regularly and frequently publishing online content that establishes you as an authority in your field is today’s cold-calling. It’s a no-brainer that blogging is potentially your best tool for executing a content marketing strategy that earns you the attention, trust, and engagement you seek. But not all blogs are created equal. Blogs that aren’t readable aren’t read. And there are a whole lot of unreadable blogs out there. In this article, I focus on one aspect of blog writing that can make a huge difference in how readable your blogs are: subheadings.