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There are plenty of articles on the optimization of text content for the best possible keyword ranking. However, the importance of image content is often underestimated or not mentioned at all. The best article wouldn’t be anything without pictures. At least, it would be incomplete. Additionally, visual elements help us understand the content of articles much better, and this is the point at which every webmaster should realize that image content is extremely valuable for search engines as well. On top of that, there’s not only the Google web search but also the Google image search, which also has a lot of potential to permanently increase your website’s visibility. Advantages of Google Image Search In the following, to clarify the value of Google image search, we want to show you four arguments for optimal images: Increases the website’s visibility Secures market shares against competitors Adds value for customers and search engines Boosts Conversions 1. Increase the Website’s Visibility For many webmasters, “visibility” is written with a capital V, and the value is often used to measure the success of onpage optimizations. Specific optimization of image content in articles, infographics, diagrams, and so forth doesn’t only increase the value for readers/customers, […]
One of the things a good designer needs to know how to do is to create a website mockup. A website mockup is a visual and graphical representation of a website's functions and its performance. A mockup of a website can consist of some or all of the properties that a website is going to […] The post 10 Tips to Create Perfect Website Mockups appeared first on Line25.
Raw Chromium, perhaps? So, Chrome is based on Chromium which is open-source. Chrome is Chromium with Google’s extra stuff on top of it. What extra stuff? Kinda lots! A few years ago, The Verge published “Microsoft reveals all the … What is Chromium Without Chrome on Top? originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should get the newsletter and become a supporter.
I recently rewrote one of my projects -- Minimal Theme for Twitter -- as a Next.js Chrome extension because I wanted to use React for the pop-up. Using React would allow me to clearly separate my extension's pop-up component and … Helpful Tips for Starting a Next.js Chrome Extension originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should get the newsletter and become a supporter.
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TiDB is an open-source, cloud-native, distributed SQL database for elastic scale and real-time analytics. It is ACID-compliant and developers can use TiDB as a scale-out MySQL database with familiar SQL syntaxes and ecosystem tools. It automatically shards data and users can add new nodes to scale horizontally and elastically to meet their business growth. TiDB … continue reading The post SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: TiDB appeared first on SD Times.
One of the most important early design decisions you will make is what kind of background will carry a project. Should it be a single color, colorless, use trendy elements such as geometric shapes, gradients or wood grain patterns? Or would a solid background design can help make a project shine? Staying on trend with […]
I'm big on modular design. I've long been sold on dividing websites into components, not pages, and amalgamating those components dynamically into interfaces. Flexibility, efficiency and maintainability abound. But I don't want my design to look like it's made out of unrelated things. I'm making an interface, not a surrealist photomontage. As luck would have it, there is already a technology, called CSS, which is designed specifically to solve this problem. Using CSS, I can propagate styles that cross the borders of my HTML components, ensuring a consistent design with minimal effort. The post CSS Inheritance, The Cascade And Global Scope: Your New Old Worst Best Friends appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Introduction Varnish is a caching server, and a great one at that, that much we already know. But what about the content you don't want to cache? For example, those shopping cart requests and other completely uncacheable API calls? We can, of course, handle it, but we've got to be wary of the sirens of the cargo cult because you will often see something like this on the internet:
Web designers have the ability to work from just about anywhere. Still, just because something is technically possible doesn't mean it's easy. If you suddenly find yourself working remotely on... The post COVID-19 Has You Working from Home: Now What? appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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