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The latest trends and recommendations for futuristic web development

Web development is evolving at a dizzying rate and companies that do not deploy websites that match expectations run the risk of being left behind. Just observe the current trends in web development: 1. Responsive Web Design Rules the Roost—Now and for the future This is trend number one, fulfilling the dream of Sir Tim Berners-Lee who envisioned a...
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Template for News

​Making a decision on which CMS to use as a DBA is the most important decision that you could ever make for your career; This article clearly outlines the good and bad side of Drupal being the world's largest open source CMS while mentioning a few aspects of the other systems in comparison.Pros of DrupalThe comprehensive Drupal Core The effectivene...
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Top Items To Focus On While Creating A Business Website

​Your business website allows your customers to connect with you at any time and from any where. You want to make sure that your site is created with your customer's needs in mind. A custom web design is one option. You can have your website made in a unique way that will be easy to use. Professional DesignYou want your website to be professionally...
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Indispensable WordPress Plug-Ins

Indispensable WordPress Plug-Ins
An abundance of WordPress plugins is a reason to rejoice, but their variety and amount can be downright confusing. Plugins are add-on features which users can implement on their websites and blogs for a number of reasons. They offer additional functionality, improved visual identity, and open up new design possibilities. Some provide social media i...
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Relation between Web Design and Bounce Rate

Relation between Web Design and Bounce Rate
With being one of the most important criteria for website analytics, bounce rate is definitely a thing that website administrator needs to give close attention to. Visitors who bounce of the page in most cases didn't find what they were looking for. Some of the common reasons for a high bounce rate are: Loading and Error Issues Poor Content Poor ...
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Most Common Mistakes of DIY Web Design

As it becomes easier and easier for people to design their own websites and get them online quickly and inexpensively, it also becomes easier for people to make the kind of mistakes with their web design that could potentially drive visitors away from their website. If you run an online business, mistakes in web design could cost you a lot. He...
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What to Do and Not To Do While Designing a Website

​The only thing constant in the field of web design is the Change. In fact, the only way to survive in this cut throat designing industry is by learning the art of unlearning. Remember the concept of Flash Intro which was quite popular just a few years ago? Now, people hate the idea. The concept of web design has evolved around the idea of making t...
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What makes PHP a popular programming platform

Websites have become a prerequisite for every business irrespective of the industries or niches they deal with. This is because of the huge benefits offered by internet to the users browsing the web. Almost each and everything can be purchased as well as information can be accessed immediately using the internet. It has led to greater integration a...
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List of Top 20 Useful Tools for PHP Developers

PHP is one of the popularly used open-source servers –side scripting languages that are created for the web development and can be nested into HTML. More than 15 million indexed domains, including world recognized websites such as WordPress, Facebook, Digg are using PHP. PHP can access on multiple platforms such as Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, Unix, etc. Its adaptability with almost all the modern age servers makes it popular among the developers. It offers detailed documentation, various ready-to-use scripts, and frameworks. That’s why the vast majority of PHP developers are using it to develop a compatible and highly-efficient website. In order to make their job easier and more impressive, we will present the top 20 PHP tools for developers through this post. The following list covers basic to the advanced tools that can help both the fresher and an experienced developer. Debugging Tools 1. Webgrind: It is an Xdebug profiling web frontend in PHP 5. Usually, Webgrind will help you to search time spend on each of the function. The main feature of this tool is that it quickly installs and can also work on assorted platforms. 2. Xdebug: One of the most powerful debugging PHP extensions. Xdebug offers lots...
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5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Business Website

A business website is no longer considered optional. Long gone are the days where even a brick-and-mortar store could afford to slap up a throw-away website and expect customers to flock to their doors. The good news is that having a beautifully designed and functional website that attracts visitors is easier than ever. Here are a few simple solutions you can put into place today to transform your business website into your company's greatest asset. Make it mobile-friendly Since Google recently put the word out that responsive websites would be favored in mobile search rankings, businesses have been scrambling to implement responsive design. For those who aren't sure what responsive means, here it is in a nutshell: when someone visits your website from their smartphone or tablet, the website grows, shrinks, or otherwise rearranges itself on the smaller screen in a way that is visually appealing and makes all of the information accessible. By contrast, when a web visitor accesses a non-responsive website from their smartphone, everything is displayed just as it would be on a desktop monitor. This usually means that the visitor won't be able to read the text or access any of the navigation. This leads to frustration...
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