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15 nightmares of a web designer or developer

Regular readers that know a little bit more about me, will know that I'm a freelance webdesigner. During the years, I had several employers that want me to build them a website. Some of them had some questions that made me thinking "WHY?!". Here are a 15 "favorite" nightmares of any web designer or developer.

Webdesign Nightmare

Oh, and to help you all, I added some tips so that you'll be able to avoid these nightmares. It'll make you sleep tight like a baby.

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Create a peeling corner on your website

Peeling a webpage is very fun to do and it'll draw attention from your users. You can use to it place advertations, or draw attention to a hot article on your own website. Here I'll explain how to create such an effect on your website. It uses Flash and JavaScript, and is really easy to install. A live demo for the peeling effect can seen when you fully read this article.

Peeling Webpage

I received this package from the admin of, a great dutch music website.

Tags:  how to peel website webdesign
Create a mailingform for your website using only HTML

Sometimes readers of your website want to contact you. If you don't have server side scripting knowledge (PHP, ASP, JSP etc.) or your webhost doesn't have server side scripting support (if you have a free host), you can't use a webform and you'll probably go for the next solution:
Posting your mailaddress on the site <a href="mailto:user[at]">webmaster</a>. This is not recommended because spambots are designed to follow those URL's. Additionally, this type or URL opens an external mailing program which can be very annoying for your readers.

Here is the solution: Create a mailingform using only HTML. Very easy to install / implement on your website.

HTML Mailing Form

Tags:  how to mail form programming webdesign HTML
How to create a favicon for your website

Many sites on the net now add a Favicon to their website. It's a small image next to the browsers address bar that indicates your website. It's especially useful when your site gets bookmarked, because the favicon will show in the bookmarklist of your guest.

If you ever wondered how to add such an icon to your website, read about it here.

Create Favicon

Tags:  How to favicon programming webdesign
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