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: Lorem Ipsum Code Snippet

    I just made my first contribution to the newish Gallery section of the Expression Community website where anyone can add content and templates to share. Here’s a screenshot of the current categories: One of many cool things about the gallery is that you can select a friendly URL name for your contribution...
  • Blog Post: Twitter on PHP versus ASP.NET

    NETTUTS is a good website for web development and design tutorials: http://nettuts.com/ . Jeffrey Way , the person behind the NETTUTS website also maintains a NETTUTS profile on both Facebook and Twitter where his latest statuses caught my eye. Turns out he innocently posted an update to TWITTER...
  • Blog Post: Better error messages “are recommended”

    A code error tip in Expression Web: “The World-Wide-Web Consortium now regards the attribute ‘[ html attribute name ]’ as outdated. Newer constructs are recommended.” Newer constructs are recommended? Who talks like that?! With all due respect, some developers talk like that, that’s who. Technical writers...
  • Blog Post: Who's editing your CSS?

    The vast majority of front end web developers that I've met prefer to write their own markup in the code editor rather than let the program generate the markup for them. In fact, it's a point of pride to hand code because WYSIWYG programs have gotten a reputation for bloated code, mangled tags, and undesirable...
  • Blog Post: plates overflowing with CSS

    I think I'm the only person at Microsoft who brings her own plate to the cafeterias on campus here in Redmond. I've gotten a lot of positive encouragement from other people who notice me and my plate, but I've yet to see anyone else doing this in my two years here. I do this because in many ways, including...
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