An infographic looking at how responsive design has changed how we build websites today and affected the web development industry.
In spite of WordPress getting some flak in recent times, one can’t deny that the platform is still huge. With more than 74 million web sites using WordPress, it’s only to be expected that developers continue to focus on making plugins for the platform.
This is both good and bad. On the one hand, there is an array of choices that can help make life easier for WordPress users. On the other hand, the plethora of plugins can easily confuse users, especially if you’re new to the game.
That’s why it’s awesome that those who have some knowledge of existing WordPress plugins create resources to share with those who can make use of them. Today, we’re sharing something created by Jamie Spencer: an infographic highlighting the best WordPress plugins for SEO, social, and CRO in 2015. [Read more…]
A long, long time ago, in most countries on this planet, people were expected to go to school, get a job, and keep that job till retirement.
Well, in some cases that still applies, but for many, the idea of holding a job for life and staying in one place forever may be akin to hell.
With all the technological developments in the past decade, it is now possible for one to work and roam the world. The concept of a “digital nomad” is now a very real one. In fact, many people who have desk jobs dream of being a digital nomad. [Read more…]
Talk about the “death of the password” has been going round for quite some time now. With technology advancing at such a rapid pace, and with passwords presenting numerous security issues, it is not surprising that alternatives to manually entering passwords are becoming popular.
People tend to use the same passwords across multiple accounts, not to mention choosing passwords that are easy to guess. Then there’s the issue of not updating or changing passwords regularly.
As such, log-in tech such as USB keys, fingerprint detectors, eye scanners, and facial recognition software is starting to get more mainstream attention. [Read more…]
The world of design, whether online or offline, is always in a state of flux. It has to be said, however, that there are certain principles that remain constant, perhaps only being tweaked or incorporated into modern design trends.
In the past year, we have seen a lot of design trends that impress. Many of these trends are new, although we still see how great design does not do away with time tested ideas. [Read more…]
WordPress plugins are always the talk of the blogging town. While there are countless plugins available, there are always those that are not really useful. Then there are those which are cool, but may not add much value to your blog. Of course, there are the plugins which any blogger would want to install simply because they contribute in one way or another – SEO, user experience, and social sharing, among other things. [Read more…]
Editor’s note: This post was written by Danny, a blogger for Instant Checkmate, one of the world’s largest people search engines. He is passionate about writing and is currently a student at the University of San Diego studying English and Business Administration. Find him on Twitter or Google +.
Take a second to think about what your password is protecting. If someone knows that simple word they can hack your email, your social media accounts, your blog, your bank account, and much more. Your password protects your conversations, your money, your secrets, and who knows what else!
Do you think your website is too small, or your account doesn’t have enough information to be worthwhile for hackers? Many think this way, and that is exactly when one falls victim to hackers. Even simple Spotify accounts fell victim to hackers recently, putting large amounts of payment information at risk. [Read more…]
Have you always wanted to build a WordPress theme that suits your preferences, meets your needs, and satisfies your design standards? Of course, you’ll need to have a bit of tech know-how. You can always go for builders that generate the code for you in the background so that you only have to work with a visual editor, but it always helps to grasp the basics of HTML and CSS – at the very least.
Assuming you have all that down pat, how do you build a custom WordPress theme? Furthermore, what do you do once you’ve built it? [Read more…]
Online giving is becoming more and more popular, in June of this year it was reported that in the UK online donations increased by around 21% between 2010 and 2012. iContact has made an infographic that looks at the rise in trends for online donations from 2011-2012
SOURCE Google Authorship is a very effective way to increase the visibility of your business and increase traffic to your website. “By building up your authorship, blog posts and articles that you have written will get displayed in the search engine…