Many webmasters, when choosing a hosting, are wondering about how the choice of a hosting provider affects the site’s SEO performance. There are several basic positions that are influenced by the hosting provider. First of all, this is the availability of the site. The responsibilities of the hosting provider include ensuring high network uptime. If […]
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Every man and his dog has already heard about DevOps. Many companies have implemented DevOps already and some companies are just about to do it. Therefore, a new question arises: “What is AIOps?”. This is a less popular term than DevOps but in reality, they are closely intertwined. AIOps is a logical part of DevOps […]
If you’re a web developer, you’ve probably heard colleagues say web designers should learn to code. Designers rarely say developers should learn to design.
A common method of presenting a set of related images to promote a subject matter on a website is to arrange them as what is called either a slideshow or a “carousel.”
If you have ever been frustrated when you visited a website due to the slow speed with which the images load, you are not alone.
Successful web design is all about visitor engagement. For many years the look and visual appeal of a website has mattered most, but layouts that mimic popular discussion forums may be the next big thing in web design.
A landing page is an online page that prompts visitors to take action. The action can be anything from signing up to a newsletter or downloading a brochure to buying a product or a service. Its purpose is to generate interest, encourage interaction, capture leads and finally convert visitors into customers or fans.
A website designer went to the 1975.com website and noticed a glitch effect. When the cursor hovers over the page, the text can be selected, and there is also a red/blue glitch effect. The person wanted to know how this is achieved and how it works.
Freelancers usually get asked to build small or medium size websites while companies that need large or enterprise websites generally use web design agencies. If you’re a freelancer and a client wants a 100 or so page website, it can be a lucrative payday for you if you charge them enough.