Getting to the top of Goggle is an important part of having a website, the development and design of a website will heavily influence your Google placement. Careful planing, well executed design and development will help get you 90% of the way.
Google is by far the king of search engines, the market share is over 70%, Bing has managed to indent this a little. A lot of people use search engines instead of typing in the address directly.
Create My has a new look and feel to replace the old look. Going off the fact you are already at the site you probably are already aware of the big change in the look. The changes reflected the need to look fresh. The new setup is more flexible any will allow longer term small changes to be made.
The new look sports some great technology inclusions and more are in the works.
Mortgage brokers have for years used the web as a source of leads to get into the house of buyers. Mortgage Corp want to defy this process and provide customers with control, flexibility and real-time results of the loans which best suit the customer, not necessarily which earn the greatest commission. Create My help Mortgage Corp achieve this with the Mortgage Home Loan Calculator.
XHTML is the engine which drives the content which is displayed on the screen in it’s rawest form. Basically XHTML describes the sections of a screen. For instance <p>some text</p> tells the browser that some text is a new paragraph. XHTML is very simple and follows strict rules which help you update your website in the future.
XHTML is better than HTML as it limits the tags to only describing what the elements of the nage are and not describing how they should look. CSS should be used to describe how things look. There is no font, b, i and center tags which will save a lot of headaches when you want to update your site or move to another media like the iPhone. The font and center tags are very 1990’s and makes it extremely hard to update a site. For instance you might want to change site wide your font Gill Sans, with XHTML this is 3 lines in CSS compared to 1000’s of changes in HTML. You can have an in-depth read of the differences at http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/