She Ain't PrettyJuly 31st 2015
What does a classic 80's rock band from Saskatoon have to to with modern website design? To find out why it's a good song for website designers pull up a chair. We can sit and watch some classic Much Music while we explore the issues of modern website coding.
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Mobile Apps vs Mobile Websites - Facebook and Linked-In Weigh InJuly 15th 2015
Is it better to create a mobile friendly website or a mobile native app? It's never good to cherry-pick your stats. Let's take a look at this from a different perspective.
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Web Design Isn't Dead - At Least Not YetJuly 9th 2015
Do things like Joomla Templates, Wordpress plugins, Mobile Apps, and Push Content mean that website design is dead, or does it just mean that website owners are being pushed into believing it's dead when really it's still alive and thriving?
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Free Network Diagnostics - How to use WinMTRJuly 6th 2015
Have you ever tried to go to a website and it won't come up even though you know it's working for other people? Sometimes this is caused by problems in your local network or the many connections between your computer and the destination website hosting servers. WinMTR is a simple tool that can help you troubleshoot the problem like a pro.
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Google's Mobilegeddon UpdateJune 18th 2015
Google's "Mobilegeddon" sounds like a scary thing for anyone that has a website. It has been almost 2 months since the algorithm changes and reports are coming in describing the effects of upgrading to responsive design and sticking to the one-size-fits-all website approach. We've made our conclusions and are offering free website reviews.
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HTML and CSS Coding Standards - Who Cares?May 28th 2015
It's not enough to assume that your website code is compliant just because the website looks fine on your computer. There are ways to check your site and verify that the code is standards compliant - which can be important in making sure your website is getting good search engine results. Happy Search Engine - Happy Website...
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