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A better website means better user experience. Better user experience means more visitors. Creating websites that balance visual appeal and ease of use can be difficult. It’s vital to keep up with the latest Web Design and Development trends in the digital world.  Read about the latest news with Web Develop and Design and how an optimized, a well-designed site can impact user engagement.
Three mobile phones lie in a row. Six apps, presented as multi-colored boxes, are arranged in two rows of three.
Google’s mobile-first is here. Google recently stated they are going to split the mobile index from the desktop one. What’s more, the mobile index will become Google’s primary index. This means mobile users will get Google’s freshest, most up-to-date search results. Desktop won’t be left entirely out, but desktop results no longer align with Google’s...
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Adding a Press Page to Your Website You never want to appear too congratulatory, you know? Especially not on your own website. Sure, you can talk about your products until the cows come home on your product pages. And even on your blog, feel free to mention your awesome services from time to time. But...
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Troubleshooting Web for Smartphone Users Smartphone users make up a significant chunk of internet search, and that number is only projected to increase. But smartphone search faces some specific challenges when it comes to mobile internet use. Two of the most common issues are faulty redirects and issues exclusive to smartphones. Here’s a look at...
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Why HTML5? Where Did It Come From? There is a W3C presentation that helps frame the historical reasons for HTML5. The slides are available in plain text [1] and Technicolor.[2] At the risk of confusing the facts,* I’ll try to explain why this is important and what is essential about it. For over a decade, XHTML1/1.1,...
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5 Top Tips When Building Website Applications Building website applications has to be one of the most fun things to do on earth. Wait, did I just write that? Man I need to get a life… OK, enough of the internal monologues. Seriously, building website applications is fun. But it can also be a nightmare...
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As an SEO company, we run into questions like, “Should you use a rel=canonical or a 301 redirect” all of the time. While we are quite versed in answering these topics, it is always nice to hear information straight from Google. In this video, we hear Matt Cutts, head of WebSpam at Google, address the...
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Making an Ajax application crawlable by the Google search engine is not incredibly complicated if you take the time to ensure the necessary technical requirements have been met. In this post, we will cover some of the key concepts in AJAX application search engine optimization. Overview of AJAX SEO Google and other search engines have...
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On at least one installation, the default HTTP headers sent by the PHP function session_start( ) were set to disable cache. In some cases, I think these headers may not be "good for Googlebot."
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Page Speed Accelerator Helps Websites Go Fast Boom! As you probably know by now, Google is about to get all jacked up on Caffeine! No, they haven’t been downing extra shots of mocha latte… well maybe they have, but that’s not what we’re talking about. The newest update to Google’s ranking algorithm has been dubbed...
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MSN.com Broken for Internet Explorer 6 Yes folks, it’s official, Microsoft has stopped error checking its own site using IE6: So is this the final nail in the coffin of Internet Explorer 6? Unfortunately, no, not really.
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