Websites are a necessity for businesses of all sizes today -- though, surprisingly almost half of small businesses don’t have websites. Still, there are so many design options to choose from and so many websites that it can be tough to know how to stand out. Beyond layout and color scheme, there are a lot of features that are paramount to successful small-business websites. Some are obvious -- such as an easy-to-remember domain name, a logo and contact information -- and oth ...

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HTML has code you can use that allows you to make a "bulleted" or "numbered" list. There are two different types of list tags. The <ol> (ordered list) and <ul> (unordered list). Ordered lists are lists that order items by numbers or roman numerals. Unordered lists are bulleted points that can have circles or squares instead of numbers. Each ordered and unordered list has <li> elements within it. The <li> tags ...

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Windows, OS X and Linux have their own style for the scroll bar as you can see in the following screenshot. This in return could lead to undesired results and consistencies for your design. In this post we will see what we can do to customize the scroll bar look so that it can sit well with your overall design. Internet Explorer 5.5 Back in IE 5.5, the Internet Explorer team introduced a set of non-standard CSS properties that allows us to style the scroll bar, as fo ...

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