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Category: Web Development

Top 13 Conversion Tools for Your Coding Needs

May 20th, 2016 - Filed under Web Development

Most of the web designers (if not all) usually leave the coding part to programmers or developers, as they either don’t have much time or lack the necessary coding skills to get the job done. In fact, at times even web designers with programming language favor recruiting developers to meet their coding need in a quick and accurate manner. After all, as designers, you will need to take care of several things like promoting and selling your designs.


Tip: If you’re having difficulty in finding the right sites where you can sell your designs, you can save your time by reading our other article on: Want to Sell Your Designs Online? Try These 12 E-Marketplaces. Read more…

Top 15 CSS3 Animation Tools You Must Try

May 11th, 2016 - Filed under Web Development

The CSS has come up with new version i.e. CSS3. It has gained popularity and has earned an excellent reputation among the designers. Its animation has allowed maximum HTML elements without using JavaScript or Flash! These animations change your website from one style to another. It also let the users changes as many designs they want.


So here is few handful collection of CSS3 Animation Tools, you will probably cherish. Read more…

Top 15 Websites to Answer All Your Programming Questions

January 11th, 2016 - Filed under Web Development

Are you in need of some websites to answer all your programming questions? Being a programmer is not always easy. Programming is a wide field and a person must spend so much efforts, time and skills to master it. Luckily, as the help of the Internet is now popularized on a global scale, you know we are not alone in this world. Many people share their experience online and offer help to those in need, which is really beneficial to beginners and those who didn’t spend much time to acquire professional skills (someone like me).


Being someone who needs to know the answer to these programming questions myself, I have decided to make a collection of helpful websites in programming. Hope you can make full use of my list! Now, let’s go! Read more…

15 Types of Web Developers & Designers for Highly Competitive Projects

November 3rd, 2015 - Filed under Web Development

“Rome was not built in a day”, same goes with your web project. Those who are a tech enthusiast might be well aware of this fact as there are different stages of web development such as

  • Getting acquainted or gathering information
  • Defining scope and planning
  • Web design
  • Web/ technical development
  • Testing and delivery
  • Maintenance


Ever development process needs to carry on this complete development flow so as to built highly competitive projects. Thus, you need people for specific roles and they need to have a knack for what they are doing then only one can get phenomenal projects. Read more…

10 Ways to Optimize Your Blog Post for Search Engines

October 29th, 2015 - Filed under Web Development

Blogging isn’t just a scroll of a mouse. If you want to get high rankings in the search engine, it takes a great effort than just sitting down and waiting for views. Everyone might have heard of SEO and its benefits but let’s admit it, we don’t always have the time in the world to do both SEO and ensuring the business and product’s quality.


There is always an available writing service that could provide you with SEO. You may want to hire someone who could do your SEO or you make and write essay about it; but if you do not want to spend much, then read on and learn the methods of optimizing your blog posts. Read more…

Top 20 Online Tools to Optimize and Audit CSS Codes

August 3rd, 2015 - Filed under Web Development

A functional website is a result of various efforts brought together. A number of elements count when it comes either to developing or designing a website. From its styling to content layout, things matter and so are the tools. Among the list of tools, CSS is one important that helps in formatting websites. CSS can be used over a web page to get the desired look.


Internet is flooded with a number of websites that have an appealing look and offer great user experience while browsing them. Having such a wide choice of websites available to web audience, the visitors will only choose to browse sites that offer unique experience to them. Thus, to be on top on this list, it is important for the web owners to offer highly usable, appealing and intuitive websites. Read more…

How Content Can Attract Traffic to Your Website

July 23rd, 2015 - Filed under Web Development

Regardless of what type of business you run, it is important for people to be aware of what products or services you provide and be able to view your content. Attracting traffic to your blog or website is vital for creating larger audiences and generating new business opportunities. Anyone who operates a website needs to learn about attracting quality traffic to it.


Promoting your post will not be sufficient in regards to delivering more traffic. You require data driven strategy that is based on establishing what kind of article is most ideal and will effectively drive traffic. Digital marketing is a highly competitive industry that is accelerated by content. Read more…

10 Ways to Control Google Indexing for Better Search Engine Results

July 13th, 2015 - Filed under Web Development

Every webmaster sets up the website or update website content with an only objective to make their business noticed by the online searchers. But this can only be possible, if the website content has good ranking in the search engine result page. Today, there are various search engines (such as, Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.) accessed by the online users and Google is the giant search engine with billions of users from all around the world. According to the survey, 90% of the webmasters prefer their content to be visible with good ranking at Google search engine. It shows that this giant search engine is imperative for every business, who wants to establish their company in the digital world.


Google search engine algorithm has been programmed to bring relevant content to the online searcher according to the query. It is not easy for any webmaster to develop the website content that can perform well on this search engine. Therefore, this blog brings to table some imperative tips from the industrial leaders. But before that, it is imperative to understand how Google search works. Read more…

5 Tips to Get DoFollow Links Without Guest Posting

July 12th, 2015 - Filed under Web Development

Back in the day, link building is simple as we can just purchase backlinks from dealers, or write a bunch of articles and submit them to article submission websites to get backlinks. But that doesn’t work anymore in the post-Google Penguin era.


While the right backlinks can grow your website’s rankings, the wrong ones can get it severely penalized. For instance, Google has taken action on websites participating in private blog networks with PBN de-indexation. You never know what’s Google next step and its ever-changing algorithms have made link building a challenging game, especially in the post-Penguin era. So what should you do? Read more…

Top 10 Online Tools to Minify Javascript

May 9th, 2015 - Filed under Web Development

Coding is believed to be the most imperative aspect associated with building a web solution or service. The more readable the code is, the better it can be worked upon by multiple developers who haven’t been familiar with the project right from scratch. Especially if you’re coding using popular web technologies like CSS, Javascript etc. Special emphasis must be laid on making the code readable and easy-to-understand.


Minification is one such technique which plays a vital role in allowing the developer to remove all the unnecessary characters such as new line characters, space characters, block delimiters, comments etc. from the source code without touching the basic functionality. One of the greatest things about minification is that it involved removal of characters which simply improve the code readability but aren’t necessary for actual execution of the respective code snippet. Read more…

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