Your website is the hub of your online business; it is the virtual representation of your company whether your company exists physically or not.
I have been checking out a lot of blogs this past week. And in doing that, I have been clicking on a bunch of the links on the blogs that...
I just wanted to go through some simple changes that you can make to your autoresponder code today. I am going to be using the TrafficWave autoresponder code for my examples.
So we are going to start with the basic code that TW gives you:
<!– BEGIN TrafficWave.net AutoResponder Capture Form – BUILD 100609–>
<form method=”POST” action=”http://www.trafficwave.net/cgi-bin/autoresp/inforeq.cgi”>
<input type=hidden name=”trwvid” value=”blainjones”><input type=hidden name=”series” value=”blog”>
<input type=hidden name=”subscrLandingURL” value=””><input type=hidden name=”confirmLandingURL” value=””>
<table style=”width:250px;border-style: none;”><tr><td width=25% >Name</td><td ><input id=”da_name” name=”da_name” type=text style=”width: 100%”></td></tr> <tr><td width=25% >Email</td><td ><input id=”da_email” name=”da_email” type=text style=”width: 100%”></td></tr> <tr><td colspan=2><input type=submit value=”Submit”></td></tr></table></form>
<!– END TrafficWave.net AR Capture Form – BUILD 100609–>
Below I have compiled a list of the most common special characters and their HTML equivalent for you to use:
I just threw together a basic HTML Cheat Sheet for anyone looking to help improve their html abilities.
Use these as necessary to help you, these are the most common HTML tags in their proper syntax:
<html></html> Creates an HTML document
<head></head> Sets off the title and other information that isn’t displayed on the web page itself
I just wanted to compile a quick list of the various html tags that you can use when building your website and pages:
<!DOCTYPE> – Specifies the rules for the markup language that the page is written in
I just read a great post over at hubspot on Google Instant, their new search feature.
It goes into how Google Instant is going to change how we do SEO, because the user no longer has to scroll down to find the results they want. If what comes up in the first 3-5 rankings isn’t what a searcher wants, they can simply adjust their search terms to find what they want.