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9 Foot Sierpinski Triangle Fractal

Students at the Raleigh middle school of Ravenscroft have become enthralled with fractal structures and they wanted to make a “really big” fractal. The mathclub got started last October and went for the record! Click here to learn more about the project and see some additional images!

By |October 29th, 2013|News|0 Comments

What is www1 in website addresses?

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While you’re surfing the web, and particularly while you are shopping, do you ever come across website addresses that have a www1 or a www2 or any other number in them? If so, you are not alone. What does this strange number in the www mean?

First off, it is important to go back to […]

By |August 30th, 2013|Web Reference|0 Comments

Importance of the ALT Attribute In Your IMG Tages in HTML for SEO

ALT attributes have been a part of the HTML markup language for a very long time. The most widely used application for them currently is within the image (IMG) tag. While the ALT attribute can be used in other applications, our focus of this post will be on the IMG tag.

What are ALT attributes, why […]

By |August 22nd, 2013|Web Reference|0 Comments

Need A Change? Try Something New for 30 Days

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How often have you said “I wish I could…” but then you just never get around to doing it? This seems to happen to just about everyone. I recently came across a very interesting TED talk by Matt Cutts called “Try Something New for 30 Days”.

I encourage you to take the 4 and half […]

By |August 8th, 2013|Resources|0 Comments

Review of Web Hosting Service – WebHostingPad

My goal in using WebHostingPad’s hosting service was to move my domain as well as two others under the hosting umbrella and run all three domains from the single host. This is something I have done under five other similar hosts with no prior issues whatsoever. It is a fairly common practice and should […]

By |August 6th, 2013|Reviews|0 Comments