The web designer’s guide to Flexbox

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  • June 22, 2017
  • The web designer’s guide to Flexbox Learn how to create better CSS grid systems to easily centre, align, scale and reorder elements on your web page. Have you started using the Flexible Box Layout module in your projects yet? Although the module has been around for some time, there have been two major barriers stopping […]

    What is cPanel?

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  • June 11, 2017
  • What is cPanel? Why is it an Integral Part of a Shared Hosting Package? cPanel is a privately-owned company known for developing a web hosting interface also named cPanel. It is a Linux-based graphical interface that simplifies the process of hosting and managing a website. cPanel has a 3-tier structure, each created for – Administrators […]

    Some Tools

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  • June 1, 2017
  • These are some of the recommended tools that any website owner should consider downloading. Filezilla – A free ftp program that lets you do a simple backup of your server files or lets you transfer files to your server to assist in the development or modification of your project. Get this program here. Malwarebytes – […]

    8 Myths About WordPress You Can’t Afford to Ignore

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  • May 17, 2017
  • 8 Myths About WordPress You Can’t Afford to Ignore The following is a guest post by Eugeniu Topolschi. Eugeniu is the marketing specialist at WPMatic and TeslaThemes. If you ever want to get in touch with him, reach out to @teslathemes or connect with him on LinkedIn. You have probably heard about WordPress, but you […]

    SEO & website design: Everything you need to know

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  • May 8, 2017
  • SEO & website design: Everything you need to know SEO is important to any business that operates online, and many don’t realize it needs to be built into the web design process — not added in later. Here, columnist Marcus Miller has provided a comprehensive guide to SEO and web design. Marcus Miller on April […]

    Top WordPress Alternatives to Create a Portfolio Website

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  • May 2, 2017
  • Top WordPress Alternatives to Create a Portfolio Website A portfolio website is basically a gallery of readymade works of its owner. This website may contain information about a person, contact data, interesting articles etc. However, the major mission of a portfolio website is to showcase the photo works. This project is one of the simplest […]

    How a Web Developer Estimates Completion Time

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  • April 27, 2017
  • How a Web Developer Estimates Completion Time APRIL 26, 2017 • ERIC DAVIS It’s common for software developers to underestimate the time it takes to create a new feature. It’s one of the realities of software development. In this post, I’ll explain how a developer typically estimates a project, to help merchants understand the process. […]

    The Time-Pressed Entrepreneur’s Guide to a Workable Website

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  • February 1, 2017
  • The Time-Pressed Entrepreneur’s Guide to a Workable Website You can set up your site in under 24 hours. No, really, you can. Whether you are looking to create a fully developed ecommerce store or a portfolio website to showcase your art pieces, you need only 24 hours to get your website up and running. Really! […]

    WordPress versus Traditional Development

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  • December 5, 2016
  • WordPress Development WordPress vs. Traditional Designing? They are totally different concepts. Unfortunately, there has been so many issues with WordPress sites being destroyed or corrupted during updates that we cannot touch it. And we honestly believe that while hosted WordPress might soldier on, installed WordPress will not. There are too many really good, light CMS […]