In today’s competitive web world, keeping your users engaged with your web solution can be a challenging job. Nowadays, people prefer viewing content that is not only unique but also interactive. So, if you want to communicate your message to clients in an interactive manner and seeking ways to attract good traffic to your site, then animation is an investment worth making. Continue Reading »
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Overlooking typography is perhaps something you might have been running away from, all through your career of building remarkable websites. Right from paying attention to multiple website assets such as logo design, navigational structure and tone to working out the addition of special typographical effects; you might have put in your best efforts for building a website with a rich look and feel. Continue Reading »
For a WordPress blog, a Tag cloud displays a list of tags. Tags are usually single words, and the importance of each Tag is shown with different font size. The size of each Tag is determined by how many times that particular Tag has been assigned to posts. Tags are links that lead to a list of posts associated with each Tag. Continue Reading »
Why is my Website slow? is a popular question and is a vital issue. A good Website should never compromise on the user´s experience. Continue Reading »
Did you know!
- You can significantly speed up a dynamic Website´s load time with caching.
- For a static Website, browsers cache the content on the client´s computer, in memory and on disk. Wikipedia…
What is Web Caching?
Web caching is caching of Web documents to improve performance, reduce bandwidth consumption and server load. Web cache stores copies of documents passing through it; subsequent requests may be satisfied from the cache if certain conditions are met. Continue Reading »
HTTP compression is a capability that can be built into Web servers and browsers to make better use of available bandwidth, and provide faster transmission speeds between both. The most common compression are gzip and deflate. More from Wikipedia…
WordPress 2.6 and above has a new feature which is the posts and page revision. WordPress automatically creates revisions of your posts or pages. Whenever you save a post or a page, the old version is retained so you can revert back at any time. Older revisions are never deleted so you always have a full history of all changes. Continue Reading »
First let me emphasize that the 301 Permanent Redirect covered here is strictly for .htaccess file redirects in an Apache Web server with the mod-rewrite module turned ON.
Therefore before you proceed, first make sure that your Website is running on an Apache Web server having the mod-rewrite module ENABLED. One way to check is to ask your hosting company. Continue Reading »
A “mobile-friendly” Website offers content without clutter and is easily viewable on mobile devices. Creating a mobile-friendly website has become crucial if you desire a presence on the mobile web. With more people browsing the internet from their mobile devices, it is important to make your website accessible to these users. If your business relies on the internet to generate revenue, then it is critical that you make adjustments to accommodate mobile customers. Continue Reading »