So I’m trying to have a more professional way of presenting work other than just attaching JPGs in email. I’ve started to just create title pages, headers, and footers in photoshop for all my work as if it were a powerpoint or something.
What I’m looking for is some kind of SaaS so I don’t have to do this in Photoshop anymore. Is there anything like this for graphic designers?
It seems that:
<p>Wilt Chamberlain 1962 100 points</p>
would fare better in search engines than:
Let’s say I hypothetically wanted to create a website for sports statistics with a lot of top 10 or top 20 lists. I don’t have a lot of content, just names and numbers.
Most points scored in the NBA
Name – Year – Points
Wilt Chamberlain | 1962 | 100 points
Koby Bryant | 2006 | 81 points
What is better for SEO, putting everything in data tables or P tags? I understand there are many variables to SEO, but as far as the actual data is concerned, does it matter? Thanks in advance for the replies.
Wow Gewora, thank you so much for the reply! If Envato had a premium membership I could gift you (like reddit gold), I wouldn’t hesitate to do that because I couldn’t have asked for better information/advice. This really sums up beginner security in a nutshell and I really really appreciate it!
Thanks Australia, will try those out.
The domain names listed in the title are just examples. Say I own cars.com and portlandcars.com but my car dealership only has a location in Portland. Should I use portlandcars.com because it has better SEO value for my area?
Also, can I use both? I’m guessing no. Currently I’m pointing both domains to the same directory so you get the same thing on both domains, ie:
I should just 301 redirect one domain to the other right? But which one?!
I heard animated gifs can be even larger than movies because each new gif frame loads an entirely new image whereas video codecs will only change pixels in a frame that are different from the previous frame’s pixels. It’s probably more complicated than that but some gifs can reduced to a 48:1 ratio using programs like gfycat:http://gfycat.com/FickleDisguisedHellbender Original Gif: 10MB gfycat 209KB
It seems like there should be a new or alternate image format to compensate for this right?
Ah, I should have known to just Google Child Theme It’s just that the Envato Forums have always been a great resource in the past, even Google Search slipped my mind!
I just bought Avada and inside the .zip contains a child-theme folder with a blank functions.php and blank style.css. What is this for?
My guess is that you could install this child theme and the style.css override the original style.css from the parent theme? But what if I were to change the header.php? Or index.php? Or comments.php? Do I copy and paste the header.php, etc into the child theme folder then edit it there?
What if I wanted to edit an image like /avada/images/favicon.ico Do I copy and paste the edited favicon to /avada-child-theme/images/favicon.ico
Please help me understand. Thanks!