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What Website Makers Have Been Missing Until Now

Written by Kira Goldring When the first cell phone was created in 1973, no one would have guessed that just forty years later the majority of the population would unfailingly rely on them for a plethora of things that have nothing to do with calling another person. In the last decade or so, a device that…

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A New Generation Of Website Making

2016 is definitely going to be an extremely interesting year for all tech lovers. Wearables are getting better and more accessible, devices are going to be talking between themselves better, and let’s not forget the bee’s knees of 2016, the VR. 2016 promises to continue the revolution in website building, moving from old platform such…

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Google Wants Developers to Inline Small CSS

It is no secret that Google loves fast websites, and considers page speed as a factor when deciding page rank. While Google has a very detailed guide related to page speed and how to optimize your website, it has also recently added that small CSS should, preferably, be inlined. 

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How Will HTTP/2 Change How We Build the Web

Every web application that powers the web, CSS, HTML, and JS is about to get turn on its head with the introduction of HTTP/2. The basic of HTTP/2 are simple and yet amazing. It is much more efficient in comparison to HTTP/1.1, which only allowed for each connection to a server to handle one request….

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Google+ Goes Responsive: The Challenges and Solutions

Google, with their latest redesign of Google+ featured a fully responsive design. With it came many successes, they hit their goal of never downloading over 60K of HTML, Javascript or CSS at one time. Such successes were driven by the challenges presented in the original version(s) of Google+ and required unique solutions. Going from two…

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Responsive vs. Adaptive, What’s Best for Designers?

Mobile devices can not be ignored. People are using them to visit websites instead of their desktop computers. If your site isn’t easy to view on a mobile device, you are decreasing your chances to get more visitors and increase usage of your site. What’s the difference? Responsive is fluid and adapts to the size…

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Guide for Code Terminology and Capability

What code should I learn is a popular infographic that gives newbie developers a visual guide to choosing a new language to learn. We believe it also comes in handy for web designers who are sometimes less knowledgeable of the multitude of code languages, terminology and in-depth capability of certain languages. For web designers, it…

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