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At Mutiny Design we are constantly gathering together articles and help guides to assist our clients.Introduction to sitemap.xml
Checking for a sitemap A site map (or sitemap) is a list of pages of a web site accessible to crawlers or users. It can be either a document in any form used as a planning tool for web design, or a web page that lists the pages on a web site, Some developers feel that site index is a more appropriately used term to relay page function, web visitors are used to seeing each term and generally associate both as one and the same. However, a site index is often an A-Z index that provides access to content, while a site map provides a general... Read More »Center a web page in CSS
One simple way to center a web page using CSS is to create a container div, that is horizontally centered by having its left and right margins set to auto. Using this method, you can still apply colours / background images to the body tag, so its a flexible solution. (if you didnt need this ability, just apply margins and width to the body tag instead, and forget using the container div). The container div has the same width as your webpage and, well, contains it. All the code for your web page is placed inside the container div. This will... Read More »