Category: Development

Development   What Is Visual Hierarchy (And How Can You Implement It)?
  • June 24, 2019
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Every time you visit a new website, some unique element will likely catch your eye. It might be a Call To Action (CTA), a hero header, a logo, or anything else that stands out. In most cases, those elements don’t grab attention due to coincidence, but because they were designed to do so. Using design …

Development   How to Get Started With Dynamic Rendering (In 3 Steps)
  • May 30, 2019
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A lot of web platforms rely on JavaScript to render and display content. That’s not a bad thing per se, but search engines can have a hard time crawling and indexing that content. In other words, using JavaScript may affect your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) unless you find a workaround. The best fix for this …

Development   8 Top WordPress Plugins for Designers
  • May 09, 2019
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The way a website looks will have a huge impact on the way it is perceived, and how successful it will be. That’s why site design is so crucial. Fortunately, WordPress offers a host of handy plugins that can help to ease the load. Shifting through all of them would likely be a lengthy process, …

Development   An Introduction to ‘hreflang’ Tags (And How to Use Them)
  • April 11, 2019
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Imagine that you go through the trouble of translating your website into multiple languages, yet search engines keep directing users to the default option. This can be both annoying, and damaging to your traffic levels. That’s why it’s smart to signal search engines to display specific versions of your pages, depending on where each user …

Development   3 Tips for Producing Cleaner Code on Your Website
  • February 21, 2019
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We’ve all heard the saying that a good house is only as strong as its foundation, and the same applies to your website. Most sites are built almost entirely through HTML code, and failing to make that code clear can have a number of negative repercussions. Clean HTML code forms the very core of a …

Development   3 Reasons to Run A/B Tests on Your Website
  • February 11, 2019
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Improving conversion rates is vital for any business, no matter its size. There are a lot of factors that go into securing conversions, however, so it can be difficult to pinpoint possible areas for improvement. Fortunately, implementing A/B testing can help. This enables you to directly compare two variants of content on your website – …

Development   10 Key Linux Terms You Need to Know
  • January 24, 2019
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If you’ve ever dabbled in programming, you know that developers love Linux (and other Unix-based systems). There are a lot of reasons for Linux being a superior option for development work. The problem is that it can be overwhelming if you’re coming from another Operating System (OS), particularly because you’ll run into a lot of …

Development   WordPress Staging Sites: What They Are and How to Create One
  • January 21, 2019
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Your website is important both to you and to the people who use it. The last thing you want are errors that result in hours of work to get your site back to a functional state. However, installing a new update, theme, or plugin without testing it first could lead to that exact problem. This …

Development   A Brief Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
  • January 14, 2019
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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple design language that helps to determine how a web page looks. What’s more, it’s used by most website-building platforms. So if you want to make custom tweaks to your site, it pays to learn about this particular language. While HyperText Markup Language (HTML) focuses on creating pages and …

Development   Should You Hire a QA Tester for Your Website?
  • November 27, 2018
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No matter what type of website you run, it can be hard work to keep it error-free. Especially if your site has dozens or hundreds of pages, staying on top of corrections often becomes a nightmare. Plus, mistakes don’t just look unprofessional; they can also harm your business. Fortunately, you don’t have to test every detail …

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