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How to Refresh Your Browser Cache During Web Development

How to Refresh Your Browser Cache During Web Development

Internet browsers such as Google Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge all have something called a “cache” that stores pages, images, scripts, styles and other files so it doesn’t need to download them every time you visit the page. This makes the websites you view load faster. Cached files are stored for a certain amount of time, depending on a lot of factors including browser settings, browser history and instructions coded in the website itself.


Website Security Basics

Website Security Basics

Modern websites are constantly under attack. Hackers use "bots" or computers that scan the internet looking for vulnerable sites. Here are some common questions about website security that should be of interest to website owners.


Logo Design Basics

Logo Design Basics

A well designed logo is critical in building your brand identity. Because every brand is different, and your logo needs to be unique. For that reason, the first task for a logo designer is gathering some basic information about the business, services and/or product the logo will represent.


Web Design Deliverables

Web Design Deliverables

Many documents are created throughout a good web design process. There is certainly a lot for the competent web designer to document throughout the discovery, planning, design, integration and delivery stages of a complex web project.


Web Page Layout

Web Page Layout

The one subject that I have found missing from all the Web design classes I've taken has been Page Layout. How do you arrange the elements of a Web page so that it is not only usable, put also visually pleasing? Not until I started taking courses in graphic design did the answers start coming.

Visual design teaches you how to arrange elements on a canvas and balance a composition so that the viewers eyes move where you want them to. Taking the skills I learned in art and design classes, I came up with these guidelines for composing a Web page layout.