Archive for the ‘Web Design’ Category

AlfredFox.com ranks in Top 100 Design Blogs to follow in 2014

Posted on: June 16th, 2014 by afox

My Freelance Web Designer Blog has been included in the Top 100 Design Blogs to follow in 2014! There are a lot of great blogs mentioned and I’m happy to be apart of it. An infographic by the team at Artfulclub .


What do you need to get your website online?

Posted on: February 24th, 2012 by afox

Apart from the design and development of your website, you need a domain name and a hosting account to publish your website to the web. The domain (yourname.com) is the address you associate your website with. This is what your visitors will type in to locate your website. The hosting account is the physical web […]


What Tools Does A Freelance Website Designer Use?

Posted on: December 25th, 2009 by afox

I’m asked by many of my clients as well as by other designers how I do what I do. For those of you who do not know I am a Freelance Website Designer who specializes in HTML, CSS, Graphic Design, PHP, MySQL and everything in between. I love what I do and would be lost […]


Self Updating XML Sitemap

Posted on: November 9th, 2009 by afox

If you are like me you probably have a ton of clients who regularly need their sitemap.xml updated. It’s gotten to be more of a task everytime I acquire a new client. To simplify matters and save myself a bucket load of time I’ve developed a simple sitemap.xml which auto generates by reading everyfile from […]


10 Things You Need To Know About Your Freelance Web Designer

Posted on: June 11th, 2008 by afox

I’ve found that many of my clients aren’t really sure what to expect from a website designer. It can be difficult to say for sure as many designers offer their services to varying degrees. A quote from one designer may or may not include the same services as a quote from another designer. I’ve made […]


How To Create A Great Website

Posted on: October 16th, 2007 by afox

I usually don’t do this, but in my un-thwarted conquest for “blogdom” without WordPress, I’ve lost the ability to do trackbacks. I was never big on them anyway, but I came across some great advice today I wanted to share. This is not my own advice, but the advice of Seth Godin. Here are principles […]


Website Design Gone Bad – Frontpage and Dreamweaver Designers

Posted on: August 7th, 2007 by afox

This posts target audiences are self professed website designers and those in the market for quality websites. First of all I would like to say that knowledge is most definitely power. But in the same breath let me add this. With knowledge comes great responsibility. With the invention of WYSIWYG there has been an onslaught […]


Web Designers vs. Flash (why most steer clear)

Posted on: August 7th, 2007 by afox

Flash is a wonderful invention. It has its uses, it benefits many people, and its fun. That’s my disclaimer. Also, I’m not a very big fan myself for a few key reasons. That’s what this post is about. I am not bagging on flash in any way, but for the most part I really feel […]


New Site Launch – AlfredFox.com

Posted on: May 12th, 2007 by afox

Welcome! Today marks the new launch of www.AlfredFox.com. It’s my personal portfolio, blog, and biography (among other things). Stay tuned for much more to come in the near and continual future. I will be constantly updating my blog as well as adding the new projects I complete. This site will be a continual gauge of […]


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