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As the number of website visitors and shoppers grows on mobile, it's important to consider how small additions to your design will encourage them to do more than just research and browse. One of the elements I think mobile designers — for PWAs and mobile websites — need to do more with is the sticky bar. What exactly do I mean by "more"? Well, I mean using the fixed navigation bar at the top or bottom of a mobile site for more than just navigation or branding.
It seems like the industry is leaving application performance management (APM) behind and moving towards a new observability world. But don't be fooled. While vendors are rebranding themselves as observability tools, APM is still an important piece of the puzzle. "Observability is becoming a bigger focus today, but APM just by design will continue to … continue reading The post APM: Cutting through the noise appeared first on SD Times.
Gary Hockin had been working on a book for anyone out there looking to share their experience or ideas at a tech conference but didn't end up finishing it: "Conference Speaking for Everyone". He did want to share some of the content from the book to at least help would-be speakers deal with one of the main parts of conference speaking: Submitting to a Call for Papers. What even is this? This is a full chapter from my started-but-never-finished book called Conference Speaking for Everyone. I'm posting this finished single chapter that's been sitting on my laptop for nearly a year to a) Get some feedback and hopefully some impetus to finish the book, and b) Put what I hope is some useful information into the hands of the people who need it. In the example chapter he covers topics like: how speakers are accepted to speak at a conference what kind of topics you could potentially speak about tips for writing session abstracts/summaries He finishes up the chapter with a mention of expenses around the speaking (if selected). The policies from conference to conference vary, so he recommends being sure you completely understand them before agreeing to speak.
GitHub announced new dependency graph support for PHP repositories with Composer dependencies. This means that PHP repositories will get security alerts, automatic security fixes, dependency insights, and more. The post GitHub Announces Dependenc...
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Web design is an industry that is loaded with opportunities for upsells and extra revenue. Odds are that your clients will benefit from services that go beyond basic design and... The post Should You Sell Web Hosting Services to Your Clients? appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
When you walk into a bakery, what’s the first thing you want to know? Do you care that the bakery was started back in the ’60s by the current owner’s... The post Simple Ways You Can Improve Your Communication With Clients appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Worldwide, nearly 48 percent of all websites are vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS). Worldwide, almost exactly 25 percent of all websites utilize the WordPress platform. It follows that in the Venn diagram of websites that are vulnerable to XSS and websites running the WordPress platform, the overlap must be quite large. This isn't a knock on the platform itself. The WordPress team has made security into an integral part of its mission statement and aggressively patches vulnerabilities whenever they become known.Yet this doesn't stop people from coding insecure themes or installing insecure plugins. These problems are the two primary entryways … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Leather text effect is beneficial when it comes to visual graphics. If you wish to be more distinct with your leathery textures, there’s no better way than creating a leather text effect yourself. Applications such as Adobe Photoshop make it easy to customize and craft your leather (or any other material) effects. And what’s more […] The post Crafting a Leather Text Effect in Photoshop appeared first on Line25.
Every website I've ever worked on is probably going to break at some point. The post Every Website Will Break (Eventually) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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