(A Beginner’s Guide) Ever wondered what your computer actually does when you visit a website? Sometimes the time taken between hitting ‘Enter’ and seeing a site can be timed in milliseconds – but if you stop to analyse what’s going on you’ll be surprised at how much has happened.
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(A Beginner’s Guide) The internet browser is one of the most important bits of software on your computer – you probably use it every day for browsing, email, social networking and shopping. But how much do you know about it?
Over the years we’ve built hundreds of websites for photographers. When we started building photographic sites in around 2004-2005, most home users had smaller screen sizes than today usually 800 or 1024 pixels wide, usually CRT (Cathode Ray Tubes) rather than the LCD screens that we have today.
A ‘site map’ is a broad term that generally refers to the structure of a website. Depending on who’s asking, a site map can take many forms – but the real question behind “show me your site map” is: “What does your site need to do?”