The internet has been around for a long while, and over time we’ve changed the way we think about web design. Many old techniques and ways of doing things
Nearly 49% of all the web traffic worldwide originates from mobile devices (excluding tablets). If you don't design mobile-friendly websites, you'll likely lose out on this massive chunk of
The developer’s debugging console has been available in one form or another in web browsers for many years. Starting out as a means for errors to be
DevOps job posts often ask for automation skills, which is a positive way of asking for someone who’s professionally lazy in a way that results in efficiency. The good news is that developers can also learn a few tricks from the land of ops to make their days easier and their work better.
Keeping track of your hacks
Today's post I will be taking a look at some UI and UX tools that you may find handy for your design process.
Keywords are essentially the bridge between a website and a search engine. They are what helps a search engine identify what your site is about, and how relevant it is when a certain term or phrase is searched for by the user. A search engine keeps a database of websites which they have filed away under the appropriate tags/topics to be able to produce fast results. You can make sure you have a much stronger chance of appearing in the SERPs by optimising your website for the right keywords. However… There can be hundreds of options when it comes to keywords. So how do you know which ones you should optimise for? Keyword research. The general rule of thumb is to look for keywords which have a high search volume (meaning your website will have more opportunities in the SERPs) but on the lower scale of competition (meaning you won't be fighting multiple large companies for a piece of the pie). We will look at how you can do this a little later in the article. First, let's take a look at
Custom post types are the first step in turning your basic site into something pro. Today's WordPress Wednesday, I've collected 5 Custom Post Types plugins
Today's WordPress Wednesday post, I'll show you 15 Gutenberg Blocks Plugins that can extend the capabilities of the Gutenberg editor.
Animated Knots is the world's leading site for learning how to tie knots of any kind. From Boating Knots, Fishing Knots and Climbing Knots to how to tie a Tie, or even Surgical Knots — we’ve got it covered.
When we talk about front end performance we think things like concatenation, minification, caching, or gzipping assets on the server so that the page
In these politically uncertain times, developers can help to **defend their users’ personal privacy** by adopting the _Privacy by Design (PbD)_ framework. These common-sense steps will become a requirement under the EU's imminent data protection overhaul, but the benefits of the framework go far beyond legal compliance.
Let’s give credit where credit is due. The global political upheaval of the past 12 months has done more to get developers thinking about privacy, surveillance and **defensive user protection** than ever before. The risks and threats to ourselves, and to our users, are no longer theoretical; they are real, they are everyday, and they are frightening.
Seven years ago, I decided I wanted to start backing up all of my computers to a NAS. In doing some research for that NAS, I couldn’t find a blog, forum post, reddit thread or anything else …
As mentioned in This Week In F-Droid 17, Tutanota is now on F-Droid.In this special post Ivan fromTutanota, tells us the story.Hi, I’m Ivan and I am developi...
F-Droid always avoids tracking users as much as we can. We will neverrequire an account, and we have put a lot of effort into making it hardfor even the f-d...