Many people need help enlarging text or making other adjustments to suit their needs, whether that's to read or help run the website. Here are some tools to help, with thanks to Pesky People and Disability Arts from whom I've taken a few links so … [Read more...] about Tools to make adjustments
Experienced digital types often forget to take into account that people are nervous about using computers and the internet. It is common for people to be worried about breaking the web, or the computer, by doing something wrong. So if that's how you … [Read more...] about You can't break the web
Google Streetview has recently captured far more of the UK's streets. London and the bigger cities have been on for a while, but Britain's less well-known corners had to wait. If (most of) Stoke-on-Trent is covered now, it's a fair bet that your … [Read more...] about Maps supercharged: show your town in 3d!
Maps are really useful on hyperlocal sites. There are a number of tools to create your own map. Google's My Maps is an easy one to start with and you can easily link to it, embed it and invite other people to collaborate with you. Read Google's … [Read more...] about How to create a map
Although Google's mysterious algorhythms have become more complicated over the years to thwart a whole industry known as Search Engine Optimisation, Google ranking is still broadly based on simple principles: the more people like your site, the more … [Read more...] about How to get to the top of Google