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Mobile data traffic has quadrupled since 2013. In order to cope with a newly diversified device landscape, front end engineers have embraced responsive design. Responsive layouts squish and stretch, tailoring themselves to the browsing context at hand. But images -- which account for nearly two-thirds of the weight of the web -- have been stuck in the fixed-layout past. To date, developers have had to optimize images for a single context, sending either overweight or under-sized images to most of their users. Thankfully, new markup and some cutting-edge server-side technologies are allowing authors to craft images which are as flexible and adaptable as the responsive layouts that surround them. Implementing "responsive images" is the most important thing that you can do for a responsive site's performance and opens up new opportunities for visual web design. In this webinar, we'll take these new responsive image features for a spin and discuss the past, present, and future of images on the web. There will be more than 4B mobile devices in 2020. Is your website ready? Join this webinar to learn the best practices and insights about responsive images. (Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Cloudinary.)
Link building is a quite storming and useful way to grab the new inbound links to the favorite pages of your website. These links are the crucial ranking factors for Google to rank your competitive keywords. The sole purpose of a link is to support the content and this is the reason links are acceptable in a guest post to provide some additional information, to cite a reference such as any statistics, and even a link to a related topic or someone else's post on the same topic. Technically, the more sites your content and name appear on, the more … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
It's perfectly normal to feel scared or frustrated when your WordPress site has been compromised. Take a breath, and follow this guide for dealing with a hacked WordPress website. The post Hacked: What to Do When Your WordPress Website Has Been Compromised appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The wireframe is a visual guide that depicts the skeleton of a website. Everything begins with it. It is a stage where your ideas materialize, sometimes on a piece of... The post A Showcase of Websites That Have Been Inspired by Wireframes appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Did you know you can make a brochure using a common tool such as Microsoft Word? It’s actually a really capable tool for brochure design, for creating a high-quality, professional outcome. With a good template, you can turn a simple Word document into a carefully designed brochure that you can get printed or push as […]
MH Themes from the German city of Frankfurt is one of the most successful theme providers of its country. Not only do they offer paid themes, but they are a treasure chest for friends of [...]
The PHP Ugly podcast, hosted by Eric Van Johnson, John Congdon and Thomas Rideout, has posted its latest episode: Episode #103 - The Longhorn Peace Summit. Love lost, love found and beer was drank. John and Eric also get fired from their volunteer position Eric decided to leave his laptop at Houston so that he could get a new one Other topics mentioned in this episode include the speaker announcement for the WavePHP conference, Amazon's blockchain templates and the posting of photos from the Longhorn PHP conference. You can listen to this latest episode either through the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their feed and follow them on Twitter for announcements when new shows are released.
In our day and age, most people socialize, shop, and offer their products and services on the internet. And because computers only have one screen,... The post Backlinks And SEO: How To Get Onto The First Page appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Tomas Votruba has posted the second part of his Reactor series on his site today. In part one he covered some of the basics of the Ractor package (a CLI tool that provides some handy helper functions for Symfony applications). In part two he covers some of the "founding fathers" and packages that he built the package on top of. You already know What Rector does and How it works from part 1. It's not that PHP didn't need to be updated until 2017. I surely could delegate hundreds of upgrade-hours for my whole career. So why Now? The post then talks about the idea of "codemod" functionality like the PHP CS Fixer that changes code to bring it up to PSR-2 compliance. It then covers the package that's one of the keys to the Reactor project, the nikic/PHP-Parser package. He talks about the read/write functionality, an example of a change it might make and finishes by thanking the "founding fathers" that made those packages available.
These beautifully crafted examples of brand-related splash screens websites all help to support brand identity and maintain design consistency. The post Inspiring Examples of Brand-Related Splash Screens in Web Design appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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