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I am often asked by clients to talk about SEO - what is it? - often followed by 'how do I get on page 1 of Google?' A fair question that doesn't have any easy answer, unless you are willing to pay for the certainty of that through something like Google Adwords.
Here is probably the best article I have read recently on SEO, focusing on the content of a website. I have always maintained that content is the key to great results - and that is in the client's domain (I do recommend if the budget permits to hire a web-experienced copy writer). This article affirms that and offers some excellent tips. It encapsulates the current environment very well, and I don't think there is anything in this article that I disagree with. SEO is a moving and constantly evolving field - once you've got your site up make sure you keep it updated and fresh - and I can help you with that!
Check out the article on SiteProNews.
This subtle but rather nice effect fades the bottom of the page out (images or text) by using an overlaid transparent image. We think it adds a touch of class to websites that have particularly long pages, fading out the page bottom rather than abruptly cutting it off at the bottom of the browser window. It even works in IE6, the "red-haired stepchild" of web broswers in the immortal words of Soh Tanaka!
A lot of CSS-based solutions don't work - this one seems to.
A Moo-tools viewer based on the viewer originally seen on the Barack Obama campaign website. Suitable for a small list of images as the menu is not expandable.