Category: Blog

What do we need to know about Google Penguin 4.0 Update?

26-Sep-2016

In April 2012, Google launched the first Penguin Update to prevent webmasters and digital marketers from increasing the search engine ranking of websites through black-hast SEO techniques like buying links from various link syndicates. The search giant has already released Penguin 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 2.0, 2.1, and 3.0 to dissuade digital marketers from promoting websites […]

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12 JavaScript Frameworks and Libraries for Building Modern Web Applications

6-Jun-2016

The usage statistics posted on various websites depict the massive popularity of JavaScript as a client-side programming languages. JavaScript, along with HTML5 and CSS3, is also used widely by web developers to build responsive websites that look good and deliver optimal navigation on both computers and mobile devices. But JavaScript is designed as a lightweight […]

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Why Most Web Application Developers Use PHP Frameworks?

1-Jun-2016

As a hugely popular server-side scripting language, PHP does not need an elaborate introduction. It supports all major operating systems, web servers, web browsers, and databases. The programming language is also currently handling several large and high-traffic websites including Facebook, Twitter and Wikipedia. So you can always use PHP to create a variety of dynamic […]

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Proper Way to Assess Security of Your Website

24-May-2016

As highlighted by several studies, each website nowadays is vulnerable to targeted security attacks. There are many instances when targeted malware attacks compelled large enterprises to shut down their websites and mobile apps for a temporary period of time. Likewise, many cyber criminals nowadays use websites as a tool to distribute malware. Hence, it becomes […]

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How To Avoid CSS @import To Improve PageSpeed

4-May-2016

The CSS @import is a process to import stylesheets or CSS files into another one. For example(1), if you would like to import style2.css file in your server to style1.css, the scripts in style1.css would include a @import script at the top like this: @import url(“style2.css”) Why avoid using CSS @import? During the loading of […]

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How To Enable Gzip Compression?

3-May-2016

Gzip Compression is a simple, effective way to reduce the size of web files by almost 70% or more that allows web servers to provide smaller file sizes. It helps saving many bytes of bandwidth; hence taking less time to load your pages over all. And with Google’s strategy shift to mobile users, Gzip compression […]

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Page Speed Optimization: How To Do It Right

28-Apr-2016

With the current strategy shift to mobile, Google has clearly hinted that site speed is one of the ranking signals used to rank pages by its algorithm. It is a crucial part of a site’s usability that enriches user-experience. According to research, “1 second delay in page response can result in a 7% reduction in […]

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What Made Google, Facebook and Others Move to HTML5 Video?

4-Apr-2016

After experimenting with HTML5 for four years, YouTube announced its decision to switch from Flash to HTML5 in January 2015. According to youtube-eng.blogspot.in, “Over the last four years, we’ve worked with browser vendors and the broader community to close those gaps, and now, YouTube uses HTML5 <video> by default in Chrome, IE 11, Safari 8 […]

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Platform 5: A Tool That Simplifies Custom WordPress Application Development

31-Mar-2016

The usage statistics posted on various websites indicate that WordPress is much more popular than other open source content management systems. Also, WordPress allows developers to avail a higher number of open source and paid themes in comparison to other widely used content management systems. The pre-made WordPress themes enable developers to build websites without […]

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Why More and More Businesses are Opting for Word Press Web Development?

2-Mar-2016

According to the latest CMS usage statistics posted on BuiltWith.com, 39% websites currently use WordPress. At present, the open source content management system is being used by well-known websites like eBay, Sony, New York Times, Forbes, Reuters, CNN, TechCrunch, Microsoft News, Mashable and MP3.com. Many analysts even predict that WordPress will continue to dominate the […]

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