Anyone who knows me, or the type of developer that I am, knows that I always look at web development from a forward thinking & future proof stand point. One thing that has always bothered me is limitations on images - icons specifically.
One common issue when taking advantage of the Amazon Cloud to optimize your website is the lack of necessary cache-control headers. If you run your website through Google Insights, one of the most common suggestions many website administrators will see is "Leverage Browser Caching."
The AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) is a unified tool to manage your AWS services. With just one tool to download and configure, you can control multiple AWS services from the command line and automate them through scripts.
Vanity nameservers are used when you want to hide your nameservers in WHOIS search results. This is beneficial in the event you want to hide where your web space & DNS services are hosted, or to just present a more professional appearance. When hosting your DNS services with Amazon Web Services Route 53, they will assign each hosted zone (DNS record set) four nameservers.
The method we will be looking at is @font-face. There are plenty of other methods (including Cufon fonts), however I find these methods to be cumbersome and bandwidth intensive. Using the @font-face method along with optimized fonts, you are able to pick and choose what kind of characters & options are included.
A contact page is often times the portal your clients & users have to easily get in touch with you. This means that your contact form should be strait forward, easy to use, and function entirely within the website & server itself.