Web Development Articles
Type ArticlesContent written by the staff, as well as hand-picked user content Category Web DevelopmentContent about developing websites, web applications, and other similar projects. Tag All
Regardless of what niche you’re working with, creating a website is one of the first tasks that you’re going to want to do. Overview the five basic steps to publishing a website and get your site live today!
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Here are some things that are built into the HTML and CSS standards that you probably didn't know about. Or maybe you did. Congratulations.
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WordPress can be a cumbersome beast. Things can easily run away from you when building such websites and this causes slow loading speeds which annoys everyone. This is the ultimate guide to speeding up your WordPress website.
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Selling your website is part of the circle of life. Eventually you will get bored and want to change, or cash out while you can and retire to your garage full of books. I hope to teach you some tips on maximising the value of your website as well as outline the process behind selling a website.
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DreamHost: Is it good? Is it terrible? What is a Dream Host? Should I click on these nice affiliate links and then buy something? It’s time to find out.
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GeneratePress is awesome, it really is. No point reading further if that's all you wanted to know, but if you want to know why it's awesome please do continue.
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Have you ever wanted to sell courses online, but don't know how? You're in luck, because you're about to learn exactly that.
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console.log("%cGOOD JOB OPENING THE CONSOLE", "color:brown;font-weight:bold;font-size:600%;");
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While HTML is generally thought of as being limited to a specific set of tags, such p, h1, strong, em, and article, it is possible to create custom XML elements that can be used in any webpage.
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Slack is a powerful tool for teams to communicate together, but it can also be the perfect platform to set up alerts. Learn to make your first Slackbot with their great API.
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An infographic about the Information Superhighway. Contains data about which TLD sites use, what CMS sites use (where applicable, data on whether or not sites use SSL/HTTPS, and how long domain names tend to be.
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Using WooCommerce as a SaaS billing system, and keeping things simple(r) with WooCommerce Subscriptions
If you're starting a SaaS business, the billing system can be one of the main issues to overcome.
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What are the current web design trends in 2019? Well, to be honest, it's hard to pinpoint any trend that is future-proof and ready to be used on any kind of website. But there are few trends that started around 2016-18 that have only been perfected over time, becoming formidable tools to process and visualize information on the internet today, helping netizens consume content in truly amazing ways. This curates a professional user experience that satisfied the end user.
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