1. Web Developer's Handbook | CSS, Web Development, Color Tools, SEO, Usability etc. →

  2. 10 Reasons Why Drupal Is the Best CMS for SEO →

    Your website is the front door to your business - it provides a first impression of the organization, generates leads, and propagates your brand message. However, looking pretty will not get you to the top of the search engine results page (SERP). That’s why we all use search engine optimization (SEO), which, for today’s complex content sites, is very different from the HTML of yesteryear.

    Drupal, the open source content management system (CMS) that runs WhiteHouse.gov, MTV Europe, and The Economist, is a very powerful system that can be used for large, complex sites, and it’s the best platform that exists today for SEO. I’ve seen clients triple their traffic within a few weeks of switching from a lesser platform. Drupal’s built-in tools for automating SEO on massive amounts of content, along with granular control that gives you absolute power over every single site element, put it head and shoulders above the rest, including Joomla and WordPress. Additionally, Drupal is the most scalable, configurable system, and major improvements in usability will soon shorten the learning curve for new users and developers.

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  3. The Semantic Grid System →

  4. 50 Google Analytics Resources – The 2011 Edition →

    Google Analytics is one of the most valuable resources for webmasters, marketers, business owners, bloggers, and anyone who does practically anything online. The best part is that Google Analytics is free! The following are 50 resources to help you get to know Google Analytics inside and out, from the new version, latest updates, social engagement tracking, advanced hacks, and much more! (more)

  5. The Semantic Grid System: Page Layout For Tomorrow →

  6. Must read - Persistent Headers | CSS-Tricks →

  7. What Makes For a Semantic Class Name? | CSS-Tricks →

    Semantics in HTML is always a hot topic. Some people strive for it at all times. Some people critisize a dogmatic adherence to it. Some people don’t know what the heck it is. 

    I’d describe semantics as it relates to HTML as tags, classes, IDs, and attributes describing but not specifying the content they enclose. Let’s start with an example we can probably all agree on. (more)

  8. Drupal SEO Modules →

    There are a number of Drupal SEO modules to choose from. Here is a summary of the most popular ones to help with your Drupal search engine optimization. (more)

  9. Learning To Use HTML5 Semantic Elements - SEO →