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PSD to Final try to keep up with the latest and greatest in the world of websites. We’ve collected and curated hundreds of articles, from all over the web.

How to Write an Eye-Catching Blog for the Readers

If you’re also looking for some ideas to streamline your content development process, you’re at the right place. Scroll down to unearth some useful tips and tricks that will surely help you create some excellent blog posts.

What to Expect When Converting Flash to HTML5

We had the pleasure recently of connecting with interactive software engineer Joseph Labrecque to learn more about his thoughts on Animate CC, converting Flash to HTML5 and what type of content should be converted.

The Best VPN Services

These VPNs offer solutions that will mask your online presence to keep you safe.

The Impact of Color on Conversion Rates

Color is one of the most powerful tools in a designer’s toolkit. It can draw attention, set a mood, and influence a users’ emotions and actions.

10 Ways To Improve Your Blog in 2017

Whether your blog is popular or you are just a beginner, there is always some room for improvement, and 2017 is a year for improvement.

Tips for Website Maintenance

Your website is a lead generating machine, working day and night to grow your business. But to remain effective, it must have maintenance.

7 Prototyping Tools for Web Designers

In this post, we will be check out a few prototyping collection that can assistance palliate a process, make things easier and for we to shake out prototypes a lot faster.

20 Best Plugins for Joomla Websites

If you’re using Joomla as a CMS platform to develop and administer your website, these best plugins for Joomla websites will surely help.

8 Must-Have Online Writing Skills

Unfortunately, HTML emails are leagues behind modern web development. Your fancy HTML5 and CSS3 are not available when coding an email.

The Future of HTML Emails

Unfortunately, HTML emails are leagues behind modern web development. Your fancy HTML5 and CSS3 are not available when coding an email.

Generic TLDs & How They Change The Web

In this post we will trace why these new domain names have been introduced, how they change the web, and if it’s worth to purchase them for our websites.

10 Tips to Speed Up Joomla Performance

In this post, we will discuss tips on how to speed up Joomla performance to ensure your website keeps running fast, ensuring a good experience for visitors.

Web Content Writing Tips

Having excellent copy on your website is one of the most important things you can do for your business — your web content is like an ambassador for your company,

What’s New in WordPress 4.6

WordPress 4.6 was released just a few minutes ago. It is the second major release of the year 2016, and brings some exciting new improvements.

Why Should You Update Your Old Content?

Your content has an expiration date. In general, 95 percent of the content you create will get most of its traffic within the first two to three days of publishing.

UX Trends For Small Business Websites

There are 6 trends that are making big moves into designs from smaller mom and pop shops, up to Fortune 500 companies that, as a designer, you need to pay attention to.

Five Reasons To Choose Joomla

These are five reasons why many people choose Joomla to accomplish website goals and solve real world website challenges.

7 reasons why should upgrade your Magento

Like many other softwares, Magento always upgrade its present version to become more compatible with users. The question is ‘Should we upgrade Magento?’.

9 Best Web Analytics Tools

We pick out the 9 best web analytics tools. Great free and paid for alternatives to Google Analytics. How to track how many people visit your website.

SEO is Dead. Content Marketing = Guaranteed SEO

SEO as we know it is actually gone forever. The most recent Hummingbird update to Google’s search algorithm was a final nail in the coffin. Are you dubious, or worried that our position is extreme?

24 Clever 404 Error Pages From Real Websites

To get your design juices flowing, this post will display some of our favorite website error pages. Hopefully you’ll be able to take away a few ideas to snazz up your own 404 message.

19 Search Engine Optimization Tips for Solopreneurs

If you follow those search engine optimization tips, you’ll have a far greater chance of successfully ranking with search engines, as long as you’re optimizing your posts for the best possible keywords.

10 Essential Magento Extensions You Need

Magento has a few features that could really be improved further, which is why sometimes you need to be proactive and check out what you can better achieve with extensions.

7 Best WordPress Backup Plugins Compared

Creating regular WordPress backups is the best thing you can do for your website. Backups can save you in catastrophic situations when your site gets hacked

Why Web Design is Dead

High quality templates, mature design patterns, automation, AI, and mobile technology are signaling the end of web design as we know it.

Web Image Effects Performance Showdown

In this post, we’ll take a look at one of the most popular image effects, grayscale, and assess both the ease of implementation and performance implications of HTML canvas, SVG, CSS filters, and CSS blend modes. Which one will win?

4 Myths Debunked About Outsourced Product Development

You hire a developer and you get started. But there are still many that fall prey to the myths that surround hiring of remote contract resources and eventually struggle to get faster product iterations.

10 WordPress Plugins Just for Fun

We’ve all been there. We’ve slaved over our web copy. We’ve carefully crafted and polished each sentence. We’ve rewritten, and edited, and tweaked again. We finally publish our web copy…and face total letdown.

6 steps to design genius

Expert advice for upgrading your creativity and maximising your design potential. Follow these simple steps to improve your skills and abilities.

Joomla Security Tutorial: Protecting Against Hacker Attacks

As any open source application Joomla is subjected to all sorts of hacking attacks. This is why it is important to take all possible measures to protect your Joomla site and improve its security. Follow the instructions in this tutorial in order to minimize the chance to get hacked.

Securing ExpressionEngine (EE) tips and tricks

Security is one of the most important things you should consider when designing an ExpressionEngine e-commerce site for a business. In this article, we will focus on what you should do to secure your ExpressionEngine website. The idea is to make sure that your website is secure and also efficient.

A Definitive Guide to Magento Security

The security of an eCommerce website is particularly important because these sites keep records of users’ data and order-related financial information. Any attempt to hack such data can cause a huge loss to your store.

10 security tips to protect your website from hackers

You may not think your site has anything worth being hacked for, but websites are compromised all the time. The majority of website security breaches are not to steal your data or deface your website, but instead attempts to use your server as an email relay for spam, or to setup a temporary web server, normally to serve files of an illegal nature.

13 Warning Signs Your Web Copy Stinks

We’ve all been there. We’ve slaved over our web copy. We’ve carefully crafted and polished each sentence. We’ve rewritten, and edited, and tweaked again. We finally publish our web copy…and face total letdown.

12 handy tips for writing better web copy

Writing web copy isn’t particularly complicated, but it is an important skill to master. And it doesn’t require a huge departure from the basic rules of writing that were (or used to be) hammered into us at school.

75 Resources for Incredible Website Copy that Converts

Writing great copy is one of the most useful skills a marketer can develop. After all, copy is a key element of successful internet marketing across the board, from emails with sky-high open rates to blog posts that get shared hundreds or even thousands of times.

20 Killer Web Copywriting Tips

If you feel like becoming a Copywriting Superman, you need to learn how to attract visitors. Being able to put yourself into your customers’ shoes, you should also be eye-catching and unique in your content.

11 Common Web Design Mistakes

What are the elements of a good website? We highlight 11 web design blunders that web developers and designers make and some suggestions how these mistakes can be easily avoided.

Why Do So Many Geeks Hate Internet Explorer?

It’s common knowledge that almost every single geek hates Internet Explorer with a passion, but have you ever wondered why? Let’s take a fair look at the history and where it all began… for posterity, if nothing else.

Search Engine Friendly Development: Canonical and Duplicate Versions of Content

Part 7 of our 8-part series on developing search engine friendly website structures. This was originally written by Rand Fishkin and Moz Staff, and posted on posted Moz. Image courtesy PixBay. Duplicate content is one of the most vexing and troublesome problems any website can face. Over the past few years, search engines have cracked down on pages with thin or duplicate content by assigning them lower rankings. Canonicalization happens when two or more duplicate versions of a webpage appear on different URLs. This is very common with modern Content Management Systems. For example, you might offer a regular version of a page and a print-optimized version. Duplicate content can even appear on multiple websites. For search engines, this presents a big problem: which version of this content should they show to searchers? In SEO circles, this issue is often referred to as duplicate content, described in greater detail here. The engines are picky about duplicate versions of a single piece of material. To provide the best searcher experience, they will rarely show multiple, duplicate pieces of content, and instead choose which version is most likely to be the original. The end result is all of your duplicate content could rank lower than it should. Canonicalization is the practice of organizing your content in such a way that every unique piece has one, and only one, URL. If you leave multiple versions of content on a website (or websites), you might end up with a scenario like the one on the right: which diamond is the right one? Instead, if the site owner took those three pages and 301-redirected them, the...

Search Engine Friendly Development: URL Structures

URLs make an appearance in the web browser’s address bar, and while this generally has little impact on search engines, poor URL structure and design can result in negative user experiences.

Search Engine Friendly Development: Meta Tags

Meta tags were originally intended as a proxy for information about a website’s content. Several of the basic meta tags are listed below, along with a description of their use.

The Top 5 Reasons to Keep Your WordPress Up-to-date

WordPress is the most popular content management platform world-wide. And when you keep WordPress updated, it’s also among the most secure. But if you neglect the updates, your WordPress website is at risk.

5 Myths of Password Security

High profile database breaches aren’t a daily thing just yet, but they’re certainly not rare. Here are 5 common myths of password complexity

11 Tips for Fashion eCommerce Success

Success in the world of fashion eCommerce can be elusive. Competition is fierce and the bottom line is often defined by the appearance, usability, and mobility of your website.

22 stunning examples of CSS3 animation

You no longer need Flash to create web-based animations and interactivity. Here are some of the best experiments in CSS3 animation to inspire you.

Using Professional Service Providers to Grow Your Business

Attorneys, accountants, and management and marketing consultants have specialized knowledge about niche areas that you couldn’t (and shouldn’t) hope to duplicate either personally or in the form of an in-house employee.

Magento Enterprise 1.14.2 is here!

We’re excited to announce several new developments that expand the capabilities of the Magento platform and reinforce Magento’s leadership in accelerating business growth.

Good Customer Service Made Simple

Good customer service is the lifeblood of any business. You can offer promotions and slash prices to bring in as many new customers as you want, but unless you can get some of those customers to come back, your business won’t be profitable for long.

Coder humor #45: Funny CSS

Coding can be dead boring, and really hard – so taking a few minutes every now and then to have a bit of fun is really important for morale and productivity.

Why Search Engine Marketing is Necessary

Although search engines have become increasingly sophisticated, they still can’t see and understand a web page the same way a human can. SEO helps the engines figure out what each page is about, and how it may be useful for users.

WordPress 4.2 is here!

Version 4.2 of WordPress, named “Powell” in honor of jazz pianist Bud Powell, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. New features in 4.2 help you communicate and share, globally.