24 Feb / 2017
Page load speed is the length of time required to display all the contents of the page. Web page load speed is a key factor that enhances user experience and positively impacts search engine rankings. Slower page response results in page abandonment. On an average, a web page is expected to load in 2 seconds. Any longer than 3 seconds, users tend to abandon the website. Slower page response results in higher page abandonment. Furthermore, page abandonment is amplified by the over... Read More
17 Nov / 2016
There are numerous places around the world where internet penetration is quite low and which are in the early stages of digitization. It is specifically for such places that major tech companies like Google, Twitter and Facebook are actively investing to create new products and services. One of the latest advancements in the field of search is Accelerated Mobile Pages or AMP, through which Google and Twitter intend to deliver insanely fast web pages on mobile devices. The company has already sta... Read More
10 Feb / 2012
Drupal is an open-source CMS (content management system) which has earned quite a significant popularity with its features. By using Drupal, you can create complex websites easily because there is a Drupal community to give you any kind of assistance in the designing and web programming process. It also offers an array of modules.
First, let's take a look at the advantages of using Drupal -
It is an open-source platform.
It is extremely customizable, which gives you the freedom to creat... Read More
02 Aug / 2011
01 Jul / 2011
Most website designers I know can’t wait to finish a project. All it takes is a positive feedback from the client and the site to go live before they slump relaxed on their beds. That’s okay because website design can sometimes be quite energy draining, especially with crazy clients breathing down your neck with crazier design ideas.
However, the problem with this approach is the ever-changing web landscape. Designs that convert today might not convert tomorrow. Sometimes, they might not ... Read More
21 Jun / 2011
Content Management Systems today are more than just content publishers. They manage your workflow by conceiving, editing and publishing content, helping developers and designers customize the functionality and look of websites. Evaluating CMS can be tough because there are several of them to choose from. This article gives you 7 characteristics of a good CMS. The following points will help you decide what CMS is right for you.
1. Intuitiveness – The Graphical User Interface (GUI) of your CM... Read More
07 Jan / 2011
Drupal is one of those few powerful content management systems that can do almost anything that is thrown at it. It is free and it comes loaded with numerous modules, add-ons etc that make managing a website almost a breeze. But before integrating them into your website, you need to have a fair understanding of their features. You may bark up the wrong tree if you fail to figure out which Drupal modules are good for the health of your website and which are not. Unless you have fair authority on ... Read More
17 Nov / 2010
Zeroing in on a particular CMS is intriguing task since each CMS comes with its own share of weaknesses and strengths and unless you have fair level of authority in it, you are bound to bark up the wrong tree. Though there are hundred of articles highlighting the weaknesses and strengths of different CMS, they would not serve any useful purpose since most of them are filled with outdated information. So, if you do not want to get confused, just check out whether or not your chosen CMS offer thes... Read More
06 Oct / 2010
Wordpress may or may not be the best CMS but one thing is dead certain that it offers a wide range of features that are rare in most advance content management systems. WordPress has evolved significantly from the past but still, you may not find it as charming and as elegant, as it was considered to be in its hay days and the reasons are quite obvious. The main reason is that Wordpress now has its alternative. There are nearly 40 to 50 content management systems available online that claim to o... Read More
18 Aug / 2010
CSS is a remarkable language that gives website designers unlimited scope to modify a large number of pages instantly without opening and editing them manually. However, despite having a series of mind-blowing features, it has some serious shortcomings that can drive a website designer literary crazy. Now, if you are finding it difficult to manage with these shortcomings, here are some CSS preprocessors that are powerful enough to parse the variables of CSS into regular style sheets. Here in thi... Read More