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From .net issue 77 Engineering success How do you ensure that search engines find your Web site among the millions out there? Chris Mitchell tracks down the answers. From .net issue 75 Don't try this at home The Net is full of dreadful Web sites from people who should know better. Chris Mitchell rattles the test tubes and shows you how to avoid creating a monster. From .net issue 73 Pulling Power If you want people to come back to your Web site, and even bring their friends, make sure they can find their way around. Chris Mitchell attracts a crowd by putting usability at the top of his to-do list. From .net issue 71 Cross-browser compatibility Make sure everyone can see your Web creations by ensuring your pages are cross-browser compatible. Chris Mitchell goes for the lowest common dominator. From .net issue 70 Host with the Most 'Sir, you are spoiling us with your exquisite server scripts and generous bandwith...' Karl Hodge investigates the hosts that can provide the perfect home for your site.
From .net issue 69 Jazz up your site Forget plain HTML and bitmap graphics - the future of the Web is interactive. Nick Nettleton looks at the ways to add impact to your pages with multimedia. From .net issue 68 Content is king! The secret of every truly great Web site is the quality of its content. Chris Mitchell reveals how to make your Web creation king of the Internet castle. From .net issue 68 The domain game Win friends and influence people by having your own domain name. Chris Mitchell shows you how you can impress your chums without it costing a packet. From .net issue 67 Secrets of the top Web builders The Internet is packed with information about all aspects of Web design, but how do you unearth the tips that make a difference? Jason Weston persuades professional Web designers to reveal the tricks that make good sites great.
From .net issue 66 Banners for all! You've got a Web site that you're proud of, visitors love it, andthe hits are rolling in. So why not make a bit of cash out of it? Dave Taylor looks at banner advertising.