2016 has been a pretty vibrant year at CatsWhoCode! Over 80 articles got published, ranging from subjects like WordPress themes, hosting, PHP snippets and various tutorials. For the first 2017 post, here is a list of the 10 most loved post from last year. Enjoy!
Nowadays, a successful site means a fast site. Loading speed is extremely important to accommodate mobile visitors and also to get higher rankings on Google search results. In this article, you will learn how to optimize your WordPress site for speed in 5 easy steps.
Online services are extremely widespread nowadays. There are certain tools which help to set up online business, such as a great theme for your website. In this article, guest writer Tanya K. explores a few possibilities of high quality bootstrap themes for your business.
In 2016, all modern websites are media rich. Amongst other media, images themselves represent over 60% of the average byte per content type downloaded when a web page is loaded. This is why, in your quest of an optimized, fast loading website, image optimization must be on your priority list. Here's the most common mistakes done by developers and designers when it comes to handling images, and how to solve them.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML-based vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity and animation. As a web developer or designer, using SVG online has numerous advantages: bandwidth-friendly, open format, easy to style using CSS, and many more. Here's a round-up of useful tutorials and resources to learn and master the art of using SVG.
Webforms are a crucial part of every website: this is how a visitor interacts with the site. Unfortunately, webforms are most of the time annoying or even painful for internet users. I've compiled super useful tips in this article in order to create better webforms and make your visitors happier.
Using open-source components makes it really easy and quick to build powerful front-end elements for websites or apps. In this tutorial, I'll show you how you can easily create an editable table using PureCSS and jQuery.