Articles From 1999
As promised last month, here's the second half of our advice on how to stop your company intranet becoming like an expensive kitchen gadget - fun at first, but then after while it just sits there with no-one using it. […]
As we write this column, news has just come in about how the giant US-based on-line auction site, eBay (www. […]
As well as total failure, your armoury of useful tools should be able to address performance issues too. […]
Barry Nile emailed us to say that he had recently upgraded his Web site, adding some of the ASP database techniques that we showed a few months ago, but now his site is a lot slower. […]
Would you buy a house without first having a full structural survey done? Probably not - unfortunately Paul once did exactly this and he still has the dry rot to prove it. […]
While we're on the subject of hits and page impressions, we've pointed out before that many of the tools used for analysing server log files are, how shall we put this politely, somewhat suspect in quality. […]
Time and time again we get asked 'How do I connect my Web site to a database?', and like most good questions there's no single correct answer. […]
The buzzword of the past few months has been 'portal'. […]
A lot of companies have plenty of content suitable for a Web site, and many know they really should publish this content on-line but don't have the resources to do it. […]
Reader David Netter writes: 'I use a dropdown list for site navigation, but at the moment it requires the user to select a page and then press a Go! button. […]
If you host your Web sites in-house, it's a certain bet that at some stage your leased line will start to fill up and need to be upgraded. […]
Last month we touched on frame navigation and how to refresh multiple frames with a single mouse click. […]
…The team at CST seem to instinctively understand the needs of our business.
— Mike McMinn, IT Director at Marston's PLC.