The live headers are a new feature that are supposed to live forever. It is similar to the headers found in many other blogs and websites. They are just like how the live header you see in the news is there for a long time and can stand out in a sea of grey or blue.
Yes. Many blogs and other websites have live headers. They just don’t live as long as the live headers do.
I am a fan of the live headers because I am constantly checking them. I love the way they catch a site’s attention so much that it seems almost too effortless to not check it.
The live headers we see on our sites are very similar to the “live” headers found on many other blogs and websites. They function in much the same way. You see the live header on your blog or website, but you also see the live header in the background of your browser and it is constantly changing. This is all part of the “live” header strategy.
I love the live headers. They are a great way to give your visitors a window into your website. They are a perfect way to give your readers a preview of what the website is and how to get more out of your blog by interacting with it.
I can’t say that I’ve ever seen a live header that is so wonderful. It’s hard not to love the way the little dots of CSS pop up under the address bar and let the visitor know what the page is about. The live headers are a great way to let visitors know that something special is about to happen. It’s a great way to let visitors know that they are getting an email so they can sign up for your newsletter or go to your mailing list.
It’s great to let visitors know that something special is about to happen, but it can also be a bad thing if it’s done wrong. When the visitor clicks on a live header that is out of date, or when its displayed in front of a video, they may think that they are seeing something that isn’t real. This is the same problem that can happen with Flash when the Flash media container is updated with video, which is a bad thing.
One of the major causes of this is when the link is used on an embedded video or other image. Flash media generally has the same problems of link being out-of-date. But for some reason the most annoying thing about Live Headers is that they are embedded on your homepage (or any page on your site), so that when a visitor opens your homepage, they are now browsing your page.
The most annoying thing is that, as long as you are using a Flash site, you are probably already using a Live Header, which is a separate piece of code that links to your homepage.