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.
There are several reasons you may want to transfer your website to another host. Perhaps you've found a better price on hosting elsewhere, or you've outgrown your current host's capacity. You may also find a faster web host or one with better SEO variables. When the time comes to make the transfer, there is a clear, reliable choice in how to best safeguard yourself from lost data or downtime. It's important to follow this process exactly in order to keep your site online without interruption. Whether you're taking ownership of an existing website, or simply found a better hosting option, you can safely and seamlessly move your content without downtime by following these steps.
HTML and CSS are always evolving, offering front-end devs and web designers a lot of new possibilities. Today, let's have a look at 5 really exciting new HTML and CSS features for creating better websites in 2018.
Happy New Year! I wish you an exciting and fulfilling year 2018, as well as lots of new knowledge and achievements. To celebrate, I have compiled a list of the 10 most loved articles published on CatsWhoCode last year.
Do you, should you offer to include hosting as part of the deal when you build a website for a client? It is a legitimate up-sell that benefits both parties; the client saves hassle, and you make extra dollars. However there are other factors you need to consider before making that irresistible offer. But is it too good a deal? If it really is this good, why isn’t everyone doing it?