It's no longer enough to make your website responsive and rest assured that it will gain high rankings in search engines. Things became different after Google announced their mobile-first approach. For the biggest part of the web companies, this was the announcement that they weren't quite sure how to react.
The internet has changed the world in a number of ways. Ever since the world became more connected through the web, new jobs have sprung into existence. A few decades ago, there was no one to repair a Wi-Fi router because the technology didn’t exist yet. In fact, entirely new fields of study come into existence when new technologies are created. The widespread usage of the accessing the internet through connected devices has led for a need for a new field of research called data science.
It's important to follow trends in your field to ensure you're staying current on standards and protocols and perhaps more so in the field of coding. Programmers of all specialties can benefit from following industry-leading blogs to stay aware of the latest technologies. If you're a coder of any sort you'll want to subscribe to these useful blogs written by the top blogging coders in 2018.
Present day, choosing most effective web design tools is an art in itself. The best web design tools out there help you work smarter rather than harder and achieve the desired result within a shorter period of time. We bet that you’re after such tools. However, you probably don’t feel like trying and testing all the solutions available on the web to determine the best ones among them. That’s why we bring you a collection of 10 best web design tools to use in 2018 to sizably rev up your workflow.
For the first time in internet history, 2016 saw mobile traffic surpass desktop traffic for the first time. Following this, Google announced its intent to implement a mobile-first index which would dictate their search results. Doing so, they argued, would better cater to the overwhelming levels of mobile users instead of the minority desktop.
Amongst other media, images themselves represent over 60% of the average byte per content type downloaded when a web page is loaded. Here are 5 simple, yet very efficient tips to use when working with images in order to ensure bandwidth savings and a fast loading website.
Why do you own a website? Majority of brand owners often make a website for one single reason, “to be found.” Which means the main purpose of a website is not fulfilled if people can’t even find it, isn’t it? WordPress is considered as one of the biggest and most popular platforms to create a website of any kind. From large e-commerce stores to affiliate, to personal blogs, it can handle it all. Using WordPress, one can install a website in few minutes on most servers and experience publishing the content right away.