“Given a maturing specification, and related concerns regarding browser support and compatibility, I had largely been ignoring CSS Flexible Box Layout. Yet with support for this module – aka Flexbox – currently hovering around 96% (82% if using un-prefixed values) there’s little excuse for developers like myself not to start…
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“In the last few years, Google has really stepped up its game when it comes to the algorithm its search engine uses. The company has made enormous improvements in its ability to (mechanically) discover the quality of the content its serves to its users.” — By Ilia Markov (@nochainmarkov) Read…
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“Whether a website is being viewed on a phone or computer, or being browsed with a mouse or touchscreen, it should look and function properly. That’s responsive web design. According to Google’s recommendation, this also allows you to share your website with a single URL (great for social media) so…
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“Ever since the first traditional media ads began to appear with Web site addresses in them almost 20 years ago, people have been screwing them up. And unless you just got on the Internet yesterday, you’ve almost certainly done the same, and know many people who have as well. Almost…
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“Beginning January 12, 2016, only the most current version of Internet Explorer available for a supported operating system will receive technical supports and security updates. Internet Explorer 11 is the last version of Internet Explorer, and will continue to receive security updates, compatibility fixes, and technical support on Windows 7,…
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Continue Reading Time for a great sigh of relief…Microsoft has announced Internet Explorer End of Support
“Since Google announced that they were going to start using HTTPS as part of their ranking you would of seen a vast amount of websites switching to use HTTPS instead of using HTTP. If you are switching your site to use HTTPS you need to remember that all your pages…
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“Trends in web design, like fashion trends, come and go. Sometimes trends are dictated by necessity (like responsive design). Other trends are industry shifts, such as the change from skeuomorphism to flat design. The decision to follow a trend must depend on the needs of your users and your business….
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Continue Reading Be Careful About These 6 Web Design Trends in 2016
“I wish I could tell you there was one true path to rolling out a responsive redesign successfully. But from talking to dozens of organizations, it’s clear that the process by which large organizations go responsive varies widely. Many different approaches will work—but you need to understand the benefits and…
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“I was a really bad designer when I was just getting started in the mid 2000s. Really, there’s no other way to say this. And it’s not that I was completely useless with the tools or anything. The problem, as I see it now, was somewhere else. Colors. To summarize…
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