This page will give you some ideas as you
think about building your own website.
Using a technique called "animated gifs" we can add movement
to any picture. Wait till this page finishes loading, then move your mouse over the wrench at the right and
watch it spring into action. (You don't need to click it, just point
When you move your mouse over certain objects on the screen, the
objects change in appearance.
To see one use of hover buttons, take a look at the graphics at the
bottom of this page. As you "hover" your mouse over each
image, you'll see the words are highlighted in blue (then come back up to
this "Hover Button" section).
Add a chat room to your site for an easy and inexpensive way to
interact with your visitors. Unlike many chat rooms on other sites, ours are free from distracting advertisements.
One of our specialties is to help you add streaming video to your
site. ("Streaming" means that the visitor can click on your
video and begin watching immediately as it "streams" over the
Internet, without having to download the entire video first.) We can help you quickly convert
your videos and put them on your web site to make them available to people
Audio can also give your site added impact. Audio can be added to
any page. On the higher end, we can add CD-quality audio files to your site, which
can be played using streaming audio.
We can create custom forms that will allow your visitors to recommend
your site to their friends. Word-of-mouth is a great way to promote your
site to others on the Internet.
People often find your site using search engines like Alta
Vista, Yahoo, or Google.
At your request, we'll submit information about your site to the top 15
search engines that are currently being used worldwide.
To give your site a higher ranking in search engines, we can also create
custom "meta tags" for your site. These tags contain a
description of your site, along with specific keywords that you define that you
think will draw people your site. To see the meta tags on
this page, click "View", then "Source" in your browser.
Look near the top of the source page for the "meta" tags called
"description" and "keywords."
These are just a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing.
We'll be glad to suggest others that will specifically enhance your
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