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In today’s article we are going to discuss 5 most important SEO trends of 2016. As you all know, SEO is one of the most important things any website can do online to increase its popularity and online presence. Without SEO, you are forced to invest heavily into advertising, relying on ads to bring you […] The post SEO Trends of 2016: 5 Trends You Must Know This Year appeared first on Line25.
Hand-drawn fonts are a crucial tool for creating an informal design style with a human touch, but as with all handmade art styles, you can’t beat the authenticity of artwork that has actually been created by hand. Brush scripts provide a quick and easy way to add hand-painted lettering to your designs, but traditional fonts […] The post Why You Should Replace All Your Hand-Drawn Brush Scripts with SVG Fonts appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Cybersecurity is no longer a niche concern. Over half of all SMBs have been hit by at least one cyberattack over the past year, and... The post Every Organization Needs These Security Experts appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Navigation in website design does not undergo many changes. It includes almost the same elements, always meets the audience from the outset and modestly takes its place in the top... The post Exploring the Use of Sticky Vertical Navbars appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We are all familiar with the traditional hard drive that is still being widely used by desktop users, however, the advancement in technology has given... The post SSD Versus HDD: Which Is Faster, Which Is Better? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Designing eCommerce websites are a whole world onto itself due to how they’re used compared to other sites on the web. First of all, eCommerce is a service that customers... The post Key UX Considerations for Optimizing eCommerce Product Pages appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The term "binding pattern" in Ballerina denotes a way of allowing different parts of a single structured value to have each of its parts assigned to separate variables at the same time given that all variables in the binding pattern are distinct. The concept of binding patterns makes it easier to extract information, especially from structured values in a much cleaner way. Shown below is a typical example of a binding pattern where fields name and age of the Person type record named tom are being matched and assigned to variables named firstName and personAge.
Please note: This is my experience. I am aware that everyone's experiences are valid and unique. This is just one perspective. "It's a girl!" Upon hearing this news, my parents immediately went out and bought all the pink things. They... The post Why Sharing Your Pronouns Matters appeared first on Treehouse Blog.
With great power comes great responsibility. This week I found some resources that got me thinking: Service Workers that download 16MB of data on the user's first visit? A Bluetooth API in the browser? Private browser windows that aren't so private at all? We have a lot of methods and strategies to fix these kinds of things. We can give the browser smarter hints, put security headers and HTTPS in place, serve web fonts locally, and build safer network protocols. The responsibility is in our hands.The post Web Development Reading List #168: Preload With Webpack, A Guide To Security Headers, And Service Worker Fallacies appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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