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Posted by Andor on Aug 06, 2018, in Web design

  Advanced Web Design Trends for Magento Developers to Get a Competitive Edge E-commerce websites need to be very competent and user-friendly to be on top of the tight competition in this sector. On thinking of web design and development, now many of the businesses prefer to choose CMS (Content Management System) which come with a lot of features for specialized web development for e-commerce purposes with plenty of choices in … read more

Posted by Andor on Jan 10, 2018, in Programming

Python is an object-oriented, potential high-level programming language that Guido van Rossum created. It possesses a simple and easy to use syntax that makes it an ideal language for individuals trying to master computer programming for the first time. It is basically a general purpose language that possesses varied applications from Web development such as Django and Bottle, mathematical and scientific computing like SymPy, Orange, Nu… read more

Posted by Andor on Jan 10, 2018, in Programming

PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor and it is a widely-used, powerful server-side open source scripting language for writing potentially originated web pages. Rasmus Lerdorf created it originally in the year 1994 and now The PHP Group produces the PHP reference implementation. However, originally PHP stood for Personal Home Page but it is now known as Hypertext Preprocessor. PHP could be meshed with various famous databases that even … read more

Posted by Andor on Dec 19, 2017, in SEO

Page Speed is basically a measurement of how quick the content of a page loads. It is confused often with ‘site speed’ that is basically the page speed for page views’ sample on a particular site. Page speed could be explained in ‘time to first byte’, which means the time required for a browser for receiving the first byte of information from web server and in ‘page load time’, which means the t… read more

Posted by Andor on Sep 10, 2014, in SEO

Since the Hummingbird update from Google, in August 2013, much has changed. The new search algorithm affected mainly over 90% of the searches and therefore the online businesses. It was the biggest change since 2001! This update developed new thinking and a new approach for web designers who want to achieve better ranking results for themselves or their client’s websites. Ok, but what actually has changed in the past year and was… read more

Posted by Andor on Jun 05, 2014, in Frameworks

Bootstrap makes front-end web development faster and easier. It's made for folks of all skill levels, devices of all shapes, and projects of all sizes. © www.getbootstrap.com We created this guide with great tips & tricks for the Twitter bootstrap for you. In the first part we will discuss the basics and tips for grid layouts, buttons and tabs. In the second part we will cover the actions area and how you can implement yo… read more

Posted by Andor on Dec 20, 2013, in Web design

With the fast evolution that the web design industry has been experiencing, what aspects do we expect to disappear in 2013? Better yet, what trends are we likely to see in 2014. There are many things to look forward whether the reports from the experts are anything to go by. Here, we shall look at as many of them as possible. If you are into Internet marketing, you will thus know what to look forward to if you want to reach a big segmen… read more

Posted by Andor on Dec 06, 2013, in Wordpress

With more than a decade in the market, WordPress empowers around 17% of the websites on the web. For those who are still contemplative over use of WordPress and looking for reasons to get started, here’s range of reasons stated below for quick understanding. Get the power of easy management Yes, WordPress is effortlessly the most convenient and easy content management platforms available today. From the task of adding new pages … read more