• Yoast SEO 3.9

    It’s high time for a new release of our SEO plugins. Since moving to a two-week release schedule, we’ve fixed more bugs than ever and added some awesome new features. With version 3.9, we are gearing up for the big four-oh. In that last release of this year, we will add something remarkable. But let’s not […]

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  • How to Change Custom Post Type Permalinks in WordPress

    Recently, one of our readers asked if it was possible to change the custom post type permalink structure in WordPress. By default, you can change the permalink structure of WordPress posts, but not custom post types. In this article, we will show you how to change custom post type permalinks in WordPress. Why Change Custom […]

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  • The ultimate guide to CMS, part 1

    Gather ’round friends, and I’ll tell you a story that is pure fabrication on my part, and also probably how it happened: Once upon a time, around 1995 (as far as I can figure out from searching around the web), some poor guy who worked as the “webmaster” for some large company was putting nearly […]

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  • 15+ Clean & Minimal Landing Page Templates

    Urip – Landing Page With HTML Builder Price: $14 Files Included: Layered PSD, PHP Files, HTML Files, CSS Files, JS Files Live Preview Urip is a stylish landing page template that comes with 5 different template designs, including a landing page with hero subscribe layout, hero form layout, app landing page, event layout, and a […]

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  • Leveraging User Data for Improved UX

    Data is currently one of the most valuable commodities and resources on the planet to countless businesses, and the value of data isn’t expected to dwindle anytime soon. Data is crucial for companies that want to cultivate meaningful connections with their customer bases and reach new customers in engaging ways. One of the best ways […]

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  • Understanding Synchronous and Asynchronous in JavaScript – Part 2

    In the first part of this post, we saw how the concepts of synchronous and asynchronous are perceived in JavaScript. In this second part, Mr X appears again to help us understand how the setTimeout and AJAX APIs work. Understanding Synchronous and Asynchronous JavaScript – Part 1 Understanding Synchronous and Asynchronous JavaScript – Part 1 […]

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  • How to Manage Startup Programs on Windows

    Don’t you wish that you can launch your favorite few programs the moment your Windows starts up? You can actually choose to launch only the programs, files or folders you want and at the same time you can also disable third-party programs that automatically launch their applications. 8 Handy Windows Built-in Tools You Might Not […]

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  • VLC media player to support 360-degree videos soon

    VLC media player is known for its flexibility thanks to its ability to play just about any video format under the sun. Soon, the media player will be able to support yet another video format: 360-degree videos. 20 Tips For VLC Player Users 20 Tips For VLC Player Users VLC is probably the most versatile […]

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  • Niantic to roll out a major update for Pokémon Go in December

    Quite recently, Niantic has rolled out an update that brought Ditto and a Thanksgiving event to Pokémon Go. But people who have dived into the game’s code discovered hint that Niantic may be introducing a huge update in December. Pokemon Go Problems: Commonly Asked Questions Workable Fixes Pokemon Go Problems: Commonly Asked Questions Workable Fixes […]

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  • How Web Hosting Can Impact Page Load Speed

    Page load speed is a very important factor when it comes to the overall success of a business’s website or blog. And it is something that should not be taken lightly. It can affect almost everything; from your conversions, SEO and rankings, time on your site, bounce rate, and the entire user experience. If you […]

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  • Learning to Work More Efficiently: The Concept of Value for Money

    Web designers doing freelance work, are always interested in ways to increase their productivity by learning to work more efficiently. As a freelancer, you’d naturally like to find clients who pay well for challenging assignments. Those clients are out there; and they have something in common. They understand the concept of value for money. Understanding […]

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  • Pure CSS Horizontal Scrolling

    The following is a guest post by Pieter Biesemans. Pieter is a front-end developer at Audience where he loves styling things with SCSS. He’s going to dig into what I’d call a bonafide CSS trick. The web is a rather vertical place. You read a web site like you read a physical page: left to […]

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  • Experimenting with Color Fonts

    Over the past couple of weeks there’s been a lot of excitement over color fonts. Adobe describes the technology like this: OpenType-SVG is a font format in which an OpenType font has all or just some of its glyphs represented as SVG (scalable vector graphics) artwork. This allows the display of multiple colors and gradients […]

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  • Announcing the Treehouse Scholarship Program for Nonprofits

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  • How to Add Icon Fonts to Any Element With CSS

    Inserting icon fonts to your layouts adds fun visual queues for your users and are especially successful as menu links or as replacements for larger graphics. Like standalone SVG files, they can be scaled losslessly and manipulated with CSS for easier customization. Icon fonts are normally displayed by including an icon font stylesheet, then inserting […]

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  • Start Here: 6 Large Collections for Founders, Designers, Marketers, and Other Web Workers

    Google is not always the best tool when looking for specific information. If you just went freelance, there’s a whole stack of collections that accumulate a lot of the things you need in one place. You’ll be set with three or four of these collections. Today, I’ll show you a few more. Startup Collections Startup […]

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  • Need Customized Shirts? The Best Brands for Designers

    T-shirts are extremely versatile; you can dress them up, and you can dress them down. Most importantly, they’re one of the simplest ways to express yourself. A graphic tee can speak volumes about your personality, so if you’re going to wear one, it’s important to choose one that’s high quality with vibrant images. You don’t […]

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  • SEO Keywords Done Right!

    In the What is SEO and Why it’s Important article, we learned about SEO’s (Search Engine Optimization) role in search engine rankings, where it fits into Internet Marketing, as well as how SEO benefits you as the owner of a website. If that article achieved its goal of instilling the value of spending some time […]

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  • Magnets Aren’t Miracles, But Solar Flares Burst With Magic

    Magnets aren’t miracles, but neither are they a phenomenon that physicists completely understand. Particularly big magnets, like the sun. Until recently, the annals of research failed to completely explain how massive currents blooming on the sun’s surface burst into solar flares, releasing incredible volumes of energy in short time frames. Peter Sweet was vexed by […]

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  • How To Build A SpriteKit Game In Swift 3 (Part 1)

    How To Build A SpriteKit Game In Swift 3 (Part 1) By Marc Vandehey November 29th, 2016 AppsGamesiOS 1 Comment Have you ever wondered what it takes to create a SpriteKit game from beginning to beta? Does developing a physics-based game seem daunting? Game-making has never been easier on iOS since the introduction of SpriteKit1. […]

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