The logical answer would be yes. I mean, with every tool, plugin, add-on or program you install, your site will theoretically load a bit slower than it did before. It’s probably a millisecond we’re talking about here, but it does matter for it to perform well.
You know that your WordPress site can’t live without plugins. WordPress websites were made to cohabit with plugins. But what’s the threshold that makes your site go down and even crash at a given moment?
When search giant Google announced its new mobile-friendly ranking algorithm back in April, the news sent shockwaves through the global digital community. We braced, trembling in our boots, as the ominous so-called ‘Mobilegeddon’ approached.
As the nickname implies, most of us in the search community expected the shift to mark an apocalyptic downfall for the industry. Thanks to Mobilegeddon, having a mobile-friendly website is no longer optional. Now, if you want to stay relevant in the all-seeing eyes of Google, ‘mobile-friendliness’ is imperative.
Typography doesn’t exist in a vacuum, the letters often powerfully evoke specific times and places and can help us come to a clearer understanding of significant cultural changes. Tracing their unique forms can provide a picture of the historical and political chapters that collectively tell our story.
Not only are there a plethora of font families but there are also the font styles within each family. So, really, the question isn’t whether or not you can get a specific font – it’s where to begin!
If you use Google analytics or some other analytics tool, and your traffic is not meeting your goals, you may indeed be scratching your head. Or maybe you are getting traffic with huge bounce rates early in the visit.
What are you missing? Here is a checklist of sorts that you may want to use to make sure you have all of your “bases” covered. And splattered in among these checklist items, there are some tools that might help you bridge those “missing links.”
CSS3 has always been a good friend for web designers and since the inception of jQuery, they have made the web platforms easy and independent.
They offer an insight to the most crucial factors of any web process i.e. inspiration via User Interface and Knowledge via Coding. After all, that’s all a web process is made of! New technologies are being launched everyday and some are revised or renewed.
Sometimes websites are just so darn ugly. You have to wonder what they were thinking about when they slapped it together. However, if you want users to take an interest in your website you can learn from all the mistakes of previous website admins.
While it might be a bit ugly below, every website is a goldmine of information on how not to design a website. When you put together the lessons, you can determine the best way to design your own site.