• Weekly SEO Recap: guidelines & more

    This week we had a whole bunch of “do this not that” type bits of news coming out of Google, but one big thing: updated Google webmaster guidelines. Those new guidelines led to more news as Google clarified some of the things those new guidelines say. Updated Google webmaster guidelines Google has updated its webmaster guidelines. […]

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  • Google updates its Webmaster Guidelines

    Google has a long set of webmaster guidelines, these are guidelines on how to improve your site for search. They recently updated those guidelines, and every time they do such an update to their guidelines, it’s interesting to see what they added and what they changed. Most of the changes were slightly overdue as they had […]

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  • Weekly SEO recap: Google update galore

    This week we started with a Google update that rolled out over the weekend. Then there was “some” more news that came out of Google. Ranging from Google Penguin to a Search Console homepage redesign, we’ve got quite a bit to cover, so let’s dive right in! Major update over the weekend I won’t go into much […]

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  • 9 Best Webinar Software for WordPress Users

    Do you want to run a webinar on your WordPress site? Webinars provide an interactive way to reach users, share your experience, and grow your business. In this article, we will share some of the best webinar software for WordPress users. What is Webinar Software and When You Need it? The term webinar comes from […]

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  • Usability Of Beacon Technology At Conferences

    Beacon technology is a unique and modern tool in the world of marketing. A beacon is a small device that connects with a mobile app, determines a user’s location on a micro­-local scale, and delivers content to the user, based on this location. Delivering content using beacons is still in the very early stages, as […]

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  • Extending Sass with PostCSS

    This morning, I got asked an interesting question on Twitter while discussing PostCSS: @AshNolan_ @NaveenS16 Can you tell me exactly why you are using PostCSS with Sass, what does it offer you? Help me understand the need? — Ahmad Awais (@mrahmadawais) January 26, 2016 I figured writing a quick post would be easier than trying […]

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  • [Talk] Editing Images in CSS

    With a few lines of CSS, you too can create reusable, unifying filters for your web projects without needing to open an external program. You can read more on the CSSgram and Art the Web.

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  • Using Templating Engines to Streamline WordPress Theme Development

    The following is a guest post by Charlie Walter. Charlie has written for us before, when he’s not making me extremely envious. Now he’s back to share something completely different. We’re going to learn about methods he’s learned for streamlining WordPress theming using templating engines. Templating engines are fantastic! They make complex programming languages much […]

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  • Essential design trends, January 2016

    Apps are everywhere. They have become an integral part of our daily lives thanks to the number of smartphones and wearable devices that we own. And because of that, apps are one of the single biggest driving factors when it comes to website design trends. Let’s take a look.   Return of the scroll Small, […]

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  • 354 Million Creative Commons Photos for Web Designers from Visual Hunt

    Finding just the right image for that new marketing campaign or website design can be challenging, especially if you’re working with a client with a limited budget – or a client who doesn’t understand the point of original photography. Rather than trying to increase the client’s budget or trying to alter his/her philosophy on photography […]

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  • The Importance of rel=”nofollow”

    The rel=”nofollow” attribute has been around for quite a while on the internet, and more and more websites and blogs tend to use it to link to sites and products that they do not wish to endorse, such as sponsored links. Such links, after being assigned the rel=”nofollow” attribute, are termed as nofollow links and […]

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  • 35 Logos Inspired by Nature

    34 177 10 2 1 When it comes to company identities and branding, elements from nature are often used in the design. In certain industries the natural element is a result of the product or service that the business offers (such as a flower in the logo of a florist). However, in many cases the […]

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  • Web Development Reading List #122: A Performance Budget Builder, Streams, And The Web Push API

    Web Development Reading List #122: A Performance Budget Builder, Streams, And The Web Push API By Anselm Hannemann January 29th, 2016 Web Development Reading List 4 Comments I’ll make it short this week: Thank you so much for the great, constructive discussion last week about hiring people and web development basics. I took away some […]

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  • Building a Dynamic Secondary Menu

    I recently redeveloped the Texas 4-H website (go ahead, check it out!), and one of the unique features is its dynamic secondary menu. This website has lots of deep content; most of its content is three levels deep. We added a secondary menu both to indicate the user’s current location in the site and to simplify browsing these sub-sections. I […]

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  • What To Do When You Lose Motivation as a Designer

    Sometimes, you just don’t want to do your work. It can be such a hassle to get up, start up the computer, fire up the software, and do what needs to be done. You feel tired and bored, having lost sight of why you chose a career in design in the first place, and you […]

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  • Creatives: Why You Should Always Have a Side Project

    Anybody who works or spends time in a corporate culture is sure to read about, hear about, or even sometimes experience “corporate burnout.” Burnout is a feeling of despair, a conviction that what you are working on – and how you are spending the precious hours of your life – simply does not matter. It […]

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  • How to Achieve High Productivity with a Few Easy Steps

    Like it or not, the conditions of our working environment have an impact on the way we function. However, we’re referring to more than just the cramp office space you have to put up with. Much of the inner workings in the office extend beyond your cluttered desk or where you place your potted cacti. […]

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  • Google Will Soon Label HTTP Websites as “Unsafe”

    “;document.body.appendChild(t)}};r(function(){sovrn.auction.sendBeacon()});if(window.ActiveXObject||”-ms-ime-align”in document.documentElement.style){var reg=new RegExp(“MSIE ([0-9]+[\.0-9]*)”);!reg.exec(navigator.userAgent)parseInt(RegExp.$1) Web Design Portfolio Mobile Business E-Commerce Wearable Inspiration UI Typography Modal Menus Forms Graphics Font Icons Patterns Vectors Textures Interviews Web Designers Developers Web Development PHP jQuery Javascript NodeJS Tools Reviews Themes Hosting Monitors CMS WordPress Drupal Ghost Contact Guest Post Write For Us Advertise Privacy Policy Recently, Google announced […]

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  • 22 Smart and Creative Ideas To Inspire Your Designs

    As an artist and designer, you can find inspiration almost anywhere! You should always keep an open mind and look for new creativity sources, so you will always be inspired ad ready to create beautiful works. Whether you’re reading a book, browsing a magazine or even checking out photography or architecture, inspiration can hit you […]

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  • Site speed: tools and suggestions

    Site speed is one of the factors that determine whether you get a good ranking in Google. While site speed was historically not the most important ranking factor, its importance seems to be growing. A slow website will also result in a slower crawling rate, so Google indexes pages on your site at a slower […]

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