Domain Names

8 Reasons you should consider registering multiple domains

One for each product or service you offer. One for each way people commonly misspell your domain name. One for email marketing (so your outgoing mail is never blocked  by spam services). One for each target market, so you can sell directly to their keywords/preferences. One for your blog so you can create traffic/links to … Continue reading “8 Reasons you should consider registering multiple domains”

Canadian Internet Law

New Accessibility Standards Announced

On 11 December 2008 W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) announced a new standard that will help Web designers and developers create sites that better meet the needs of older users and users with disabilities. Drawing on extensive experience and community feedback, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 improves upon W3C’s groundbreaking initial standard for accessible … Continue reading “New Accessibility Standards Announced”

Canadian Internet Law

World Wide Web Consortium announces new accessibility standards

Today W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) announced a new standard that will help Web designers and developers create sites that better meet the needs of users with disabilities and older users. Drawing on extensive experience and community feedback, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 improves upon W3C’s groundbreaking initial standard for accessible Web content, applies … Continue reading “World Wide Web Consortium announces new accessibility standards”

Domain Name(s)

What do they mean by Top Level Domain?

Although there are many domain extensions now, prior to the creation of ICANN in 1998, there were only seven generic top-level domains. They are: .com (commercial) administered by Verisign The most popular domain extension by far. .org (organization) administered by Public Interest Registry Intended for use by non-profit organizations but open to anyone .net (network) … Continue reading “What do they mean by Top Level Domain?”