Anna Ullrich

Anna Ullrich's blog, devoted to art, creativity, web design & development, and Microsoft Expression Web

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  • Blog Post: Increase your search rankings with better web page titles

    Are you still waiting for a flood of visitors to find your site? Wondering if you need to invest in some online ads or an SEO specialist? Before you do any heavy lifting, first try the simple task of reviewing the titles of your web pages for their search relevance. A web page title does not appear anywhere...
  • Blog Post: “Sadistic” Web Developers Taunt Internet Explorer 6 Users

    There’s a good article on CNN.com today titled “ Web citizens trying to kill Internet Explorer 6 ”, about web developers going on the offense to get users of IE 6 to upgrade their browser . I was hoping to see Expression Web MVP Morten Rand-Hendricksen ’s own website Stop Living In The Past mentioned...
  • Blog Post: Test your sites in different versions of Internet Explorer (Part 2) – Introducing SuperPreview (BETA)

    My earlier post Test your websites in different versions of Internet Explorer has received a lot of hits since posted it and so I'm really pleased to submit this follow-up post on a new feature developed by my Expression Web team called SuperPreview that helps with the same problem. Rather than...
  • Blog Post: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript reference at your fingertips: FireScope add-on for Firefox

    SitePoint has released the “first phase” of their JavaScript reference , and they’ve also completely redesigned their Reference Site for improved usability. To coincide with the redesign, they’ve released a handy Firefox add-on called FireScope to integrate their HTML and CSS reference (sadly not their...
  • Blog Post: Test your websites in different versions of Internet Explorer

    [Update March 18, 2009 - see my new post about a new feature called SuperPreview for testing your website in multiple versions of IE: http://blogs.msdn.com/anna/archive/2009/03/18/test-your-sites-in-different-versions-of-internet-explorer-part-2-introducing-superpreview-beta.aspx . Now back to the original...
  • Blog Post: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) toolbar for Firefox

    Free SEO toolbar for your Firefox web browser. “What would happen if you smooshed together many of the best parts of Rank Checker, SEO for Firefox, the best keyword research tools across the web, a feed reader (pre-populated with many SEO feeds), a ton of competitive research tools, the ability to compare...
  • Blog Post: Do websites need to look exactly the same in every browser?

    …depends on who you talk to. If you talk to a visual designer, such as the person who develops web comps in Photoshop but doesn’t know their way around web page markup, the answer is probably YES. If you talk to the client that is hiring the web developer to build the website, the answer is probably...
  • Blog Post: Google’s Chrome: Dang, Yet Another Browser to Test my Websites In…or should I even bother?

    There’s a new kid on the block in the web browser neighborhood: CHROME by Google. Yet another web browser that front end web developers need to consider testing their websites in. Or do we? Depends… All of the web developers that I’ve met with consider Internet Explorer the most important web browser...
  • Blog Post: Add W3C search to the Internet Explorer or Firefox search box

    As you've surely discovered by now, in the top right corner of Internet Explorer 7 and Firefox is a text box you can use to search the web: If you type something in that box and press ENTER, the browser sends the text you entered to your default search engine, such as Google or Live Search. That...
  • Blog Post: Click to activate DEACTIVATED in Internet Explorer

    Passing along the good news that the 'click to activate' behavior has been removed from Internet Explorer: http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2008/04/08/ie-automatic-component-activation-now-available.aspx Hooray!
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