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Design Essentials You Should Implement into Your WordPress Blog

Your blog is the culmination of hours of hard work. Whether you are blogging to share personal insights, or as part of a business strategy, you want to make sure that your hard work pays dividends in blog visitors and subscribers. A good site design is one of the ways that you can set yourself apart from the competition. Knowing what features improve the user experience can help you tailor your website to meet their needs and encourage future growth.…

20 Optimization Techniques For Strengthening The Speed Of Your Website

Web optimization is indispensable and a crucial aspect of enhancing the speed of a website although it is something that webmasters often overlook. Imagine the money and resources that you can save and how you can boost the speed of the website and eventually increase the traffic and readership for maximizing the benefits of a business. According to a survey, less than half of the online visitors leave those websites that take more than three to four seconds to load…

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The 10 most obvious reasons for using responsive design in 2015

In the ever-expanding world of today, it is very hard to keep up with the competition if you don’t incorporate responsive design into your websites. By using responsive design you ensure that your content is properly displayed, irrespective of what device you use to access particular type of information. The list below is compiled for those who are not yet sure whether they should be using responsive design when designing their new website. It will help them understand why having…

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Four Essential Tests you should apply on your Newly created Websites

If there was only one single piece of advice we could give you for building and launching your new website, it would be this:

 

Take nothing for granted.

 

Just because something should look, or function, a certain way, that doesn’t mean it’s always going to. Just because my site looks a million dollars when viewed on Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, that doesn’t mean Internet Explorer is going to load it the same way. Nor we should assume that just because we find it easy to log on to my site and use all its features, doesn’t mean my customers are going to enjoy the same way. Perhaps they naturally navigate the site in a way we hadn’t thought of, or come up stuck at a point we assumed would be pretty straight forward.