• Ask Yoast: do off-topic comments hurt SEO?

    Do off-topic comments hurt SEO? Check out the video or read the answer below! Well yes, they can. If someone has a very long comment on your post that does not relate to the topic of your blog post, then you should probably delete that comment. Not only for SEO reasons, but also for your […]

    READ MORE
  • How to Display Category Descriptions in WordPress

    Do you want to display category descriptions on your WordPress site? Categories allow you to easily sort content on your website. They also help users easily find content and are good for SEO. In this article, we will show you how to easily display category descriptions in WordPress. Adding Category Descriptions in WordPress WordPress comes […]

    READ MORE
  • Essential design trends, March 2017

    Here’s the point of emphasis… That’s the theme this month. This collection of trends focuses on adding emphasis to the design with specific detailing from italics to split screens to stark, minimalist backgrounds paired with a trick or two. Here’s what’s trending in design this month:   1. Split Screens Split screen design was something […]

    READ MORE
  • Naming Conventions for Sizes in Scalable CSS

    In this article, I’ll be exploring how naming conventions can be used to represent sizes in scalable CSS. So, what do I mean by this? One aspect of scalable CSS commonly involves creating patterns, components and utilities which are reusable across the codebase. Below is a very simple object pattern which boxes off content, similar […]

    READ MORE
  • Data Encryption – What You Need to Know

    You are being watched. Governments around the world have secret systems that spy on their citizens every hour of every day. These systems were designed to protect people from threats of international and domestic terrorism, but since they are run by humans, they tend to be used inappropriately too, like this National Security Agency employee […]

    READ MORE
  • WhatsApp Status – A Snapchat-Inspired Feature

    As of late, Facebook has been introducing various features, that are, shall we say, inspired by other social network services. Now, the company has decided to implement some major improvements to WhatsApp’s Status feature, giving it features that are reminiscent of Snapchat’s “Stories” feature. 20 WhatsApp Tips And Tricks You Should Know 20 WhatsApp Tips […]

    READ MORE
  • Wireless Charging May Finally Be Coming to The New iPhone

    Over the past few years, wireless smartphone chargers have been introduced by mobile phone manufacturers into their flagship smartphones. This year, the iPhone may finally support wireless charging as recent developments surrounding Apple indicate that the company is taking the tech seriously. Fuel For Your Phone: World’s Smallest Smartphone Charger Fuel For Your Phone: World’s […]

    READ MORE
  • 20 Free WordPress Backup Plugins to Protect Against the Unexpected

    You never know when something bad may happen to your website, that is why it is better to be safe than sorry! And what a better way to keep your website secure than to make sure that you have a copy of it stored in a safe place. This way, you can restore your website […]

    READ MORE
  • Annotation is Now a Web Standard

    Many have tried over the years to bring us web annotations. The lack of standards has been one of the key things holding these efforts back– a need we highlighted in the first of our 12 original principles back in 2013 and have been working towards ever since. Yesterday, on February 23, things took a […]

    READ MORE
  • Responsive Images in WordPress with Cloudinary, Part 2

    In Part 1 of this series, I provided some background on responsive images, describing how you can add srcset and sizes attributes to an img element to serve appropriately sized image files to users of a website based on the size and capabilities of their browser and device. I also shared how WordPress used its native […]

    READ MORE
  • Touch Devices Should Not Be Judged By Their Size

    Front-end developers and web designers live in an insane multi-device reality. A few months ago, the Red Hat UXD team discussed how to design enterprise applications for mobile environments. Sarah and Jenn, my talented colleagues, pointed out that touch devices should not be judged by their size alone. Assumptions are beguiling. If only we could […]

    READ MORE
  • Google Analytics Data Studio

    By Chris Coyier On February 26, 2017 I’ve said a number of times in the past: I wish I could just check a checkbox and make certain Google Analytics data public. I get that analytics can be a very private thing for some sites. I think there are just as many sites where that data […]

    READ MORE
  • Why Microsoft Dynamics is a Smarter CRM Built For Big Business

    CRMs are crucial for interaction with your current and future clients and customers. A powerful, smart CRM can help you get a bird’s-eye-view of your entire customer base, and give you the tools and software that you need to drive sales, increase your market share, and grow your business. And Microsoft Dynamics does just that. […]

    READ MORE
  • Marketing and Design Optimization Tips for eCommerce Product Pages

    Consider the routes that may have led you to a product page. Perhaps you Googled a specific camera and navigated directly to the product links, skipping the home and about pages. Maybe you clicked a link shared by a friend on social media or found the product thanks to ad retargeting. Whatever the case, you […]

    READ MORE
  • TemplateMonster giveaway: Take part & win a premium WordPress theme!

    What will be given away? Three superb WordPress themes of the top quality that are featured at the end of this blog post. You will be able to view their demos and specifications. Here they are: Monstroid2 – Multipurpose WordPress Theme Monstroid2 is a one-size-fits-all solution built for real life projects. It’s good for corporate […]

    READ MORE
  • Best of 2016: 100 Free Photorealistic Mockups and Renderings for Eye-Catching Presentations

    After days and months of hard work, you are finally ready to roll out your new product. You have polished the design, perfected the functionality and refined the user experience. It seems that your beloved application is ready to come into the world and take it by storm. Hang on, how about the presentation? As […]

    READ MORE
  • 30+ Best WordPress Themes – Get a Remarkable Website in 2017

    In this article we showcase the best WordPress themes created or updated in 2017. TAKE ME TO THE THEMES A website is an essential part of most businesses today. A company of any type and size need a good platform to reach new and existing customers. A platform for building a strong brand and communicate the […]

    READ MORE
  • The Joyful Overkill of Sony’s Xperia XZ Premium Smartphone

    Set aside the fact Sony has not been a part of the smartphone conversation lately. Never mind that you’re almost certainly better off with an iPhone 7 or Google Pixel. For now, just take a moment to bask in the glorious, mostly unnecessary overkill that defines the Xperia XZ Premium. Specs? Why yes, it has all […]

    READ MORE
  • The Art Of Calligraphy: Getting Started And Lessons Learned

    The Art Of Calligraphy: Getting Started And Lessons Learned By Anastasia Shevchuk February 27th, 2017 CalligraphyLetteringTypography 1 Comment Typography is a primary element of composition. Being a designer, I pay a lot of attention to its quality. Operating Photoshop is easy for me; however, to level up my skills, I am always learning to work […]

    READ MORE
  • Popular design news of the week: February 20, 2017 – February 26, 2017

    Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, […]

    READ MORE