May 17, 2021 by Sangalang Kristine Leave a Comment Although Google may be one of the most popular, there are multiple search engines that are gateways for users to the internet. Of course, just like Google Analytics, there are SEO practices for these search engines as well. How do we learn about SEO practices for… Continue reading 5 SEO Practices for Search Engines Other Than Google Web Developers and Designers Should Follow
[unable to retrieve full-text content] By Carolyn Li-Madeo and Deepak Mantena When Apple introduced an update to widgets with iOS 14, the Wikipedia iOS team was excited to take the opportunity to rethink our own. With the ability to place widgets right on the home screen, the team was curious about how we could highlight Wikipedia… Continue reading Bringing Wikipedia to the homescreen on iOS
20 years ago, Wikipedia was started with the ambitious aim of creating a free encyclopedia for the whole world. Looking back 20 years, the world was a very different place: the Dot Com Bust had just passed; the average US house price was just $136k; Jack Bauer was only 24 hours into saving the world;… Continue reading Celebrating 20 Years of Wikipedia
In this quick post, we’re going to discuss what PHP stands for and what you can build with it. If you are new to PHP, this article should help you to understand the basics. What Is PHP? PHP is an open-source, server-side scripting language which is mostly used to build web-based applications. You could use… Continue reading What Does PHP Stand For?
If you’re planning on setting up a website for yourself or your business, chances are you’ve come across WordPress. You might be wondering what WordPress is and what sets it apart form other website systems. In this article, you’ll learn what WordPress is, how it compares to other web platforms and what its benefits are.… Continue reading What Makes WordPress a Great Choice for Creating Websites?
Some websites require you to add many images in a single post or webpage. For example, you might want to upload a lot of images from an art exhibition or an event on a website. Similarly, any business that focuses on products and services might add a lot of relevant images on a single page.… Continue reading How to Use the Free WordPress FooGallery Plugin to Create Image Galleries
It’s time for me to go all fanboy on you guys, because Vivaldi is on Android, ya’ll! Vivaldi the browser, that is. You know, the one made by former Opera devs, and which is aimed at power users who want loads of customization and choice, plus a little privacy. It’s the browser I’ve been using… Continue reading Android Fans Rejoice, Vivaldi Has Arrived
Photo by Jeremy Thomas on Unsplash Galactic Babel What would you do if I didn’t smile at you? I mean, not me in particular, but me as the stranger that you passed yesterday morning while checking the mail. You said, “hello,” because you’re a nice person — everyone knows that. But I didn’t respond. I grimaced. And I’m… Continue reading Heuristics and the Wikipedia of Galactic Babel
In respect to sentence “You have nothing to loose and a world to see, Whenever you travel”, There are many macOS apps out there, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. That is why we are sharing 9 Free Yet Worth Trying macOS Apps, If You Love Traveling. Previously, we have… Continue reading 9 Free Yet Worth Trying macOS Apps, If You Love Traveling
If you like the links, don’t forget to ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Start your designs with a concept → The best designers I know always start a project with a concept (or conceptual model). What’s your design concept for this project? How do you envision people interacting with your product? What model are you trying to emulate in… Continue reading Start your designs with a concept — and more UX links this week
What is copyright? Very few people outside the creative industry have a strong or accurate understanding of copyright law. Let’s review some copyright basics, from the ground up. What is copyright? Copyright occurs as soon as an idea is “fixed in a tangible medium.” It does not require registration or a fee. The moment you… Continue reading Copyright, Creative Commons and Licensing For Web Developers
What’s hot in UX this week: 30 Women Rocking in UX to Celebrate the International Women’s Day → Last Wednesday was International Women’s Day. According to Wikipedia, in different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women for their economic, political and social achievements. That’s what we’re… Continue reading Women in UX, YouTube channels for designers, Bots from Hell, and more UX this week
Posted · Category: Information Cloudinary, a provider of solutions for managing images and video in the cloud, is offering HTTP/2 support, enabling developers to further optimize the user experience. To take advantage of HTTP/2, Cloudinary users don’t have to do a thing – it’s been automatically integrated into the online tools. Websites have changed dramatically… Continue reading Cloudinary Adds HTTP/2 Support
WordPress plugins are quite a useful commodity as they allow designers and developers to bring in some additional functionality into their website or blog. WordPress plugins are specially popular in designing community because of their widespread variety and easy availability. In this post, we are also presenting a fresh collection of 10 new and free… Continue reading 10 New Yet Free WordPress Plugins