VS Code has become popular since it’s initial release in 2015. Released 1 year after Adobe Brackets and a year before Atom. The battle of the text editors began to rival Commercial software Sublime Text. VS Code was designed to be a next-generation Code editor built on top of the Electron Framework. It’s lightweight functionality and its extensible features make it fully compatible with the majority of programming languages. Microsoft has also made it cross-platform so it supports Windows, Mac, Linux and it can even run as a portable app.
New technologies have always played an important role in driving business development. Just like steam power and the cotton gin ushered and encouraged the Industrial Revolution. Groundbreaking changes, were brought about the way business was done in the 18th century. The internet and a string of high-tech inventions gave different industries a tremendous boost and led to the Digital Revolution which started in the 1950s and which is still underway.
This is for all the individuals who have a WordPress website. Yes, your site is up and running along with a beautiful and well-crafted design. Still, you would need SEO to secure a proper ranking as well as to make the site work at full pace. You need traffic more than anything, so you need your page to rank higher in the search results; thus, you need SEO.
Local SEO helps to boost your business locally and in your region. Done correctly, it has helped many business houses increase their local customer base. One of the essential tools that enhance local SEO is Google My Business (GMB). It’s helped several local companies to increase their online visibility.
Just like the weather on a summer’s day, Google’s algorithms change several times during the working day. Most updates have little or no impact on your website’s ranking position, but some seriously impact the position of your website on the search engines’ results pages.
In this penultimate year of the decade, there are lost to know and do in web design especially when the internet has undergone such dramatic changes in the past couple of years. Expectations of the users, business owners and shareholders have also changed at an equally rapid pace. Therefore, as a web designer, you will need to know the current as well as the upcoming trends in web design and deliver just as your clients want.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is an umbrella term for the various tactics you employ on your website, which will determine your ranking in the search engine results pages (SERPs). If you want to increase your visibility on Google and Bing, you will need to master various powerful SEO techniques. To do so, read this mini guide to optimising your site for the SERPs.
Welcome to my stretched Bulma navigation tutorial. For those of you that don’t know. Bulma is an incredibly easy to use free and open source CSS Framework built on the latest CSS flexbox features. Bulma comes with many components, such as a navigation bar and elements like tooltips and buttons which can be customised to suit your needs. Furthermore, it is modular, allowing you to use as many or little features that you require.
In these days of short attention spans, people no longer have time to read. Online audiences are looking for interactivity and dynamic elements (such as videos and images) to make them feel engaged while they are surfing a website. Using a slideshow on the homepage, with stunning imagery related to your company, and making it interactive is always a great idea if you want to leave a lasting first impression on a website visitor. It makes them more likely to spend time on your website and get to know your business better. This way you can make sure they read your most important content, and eventually buy your products, or check out your services.
WordPress is the most accessible way for marketers to begin their quest for starting their soon-to-be-famous brand. However, we also know that WordPress works best with plugins even if the platform itself is highly customizable. Automation tools such as Omnisend have been a great help for marketers to navigate around the platform and use the available tools to the fullest. But, that’s not all that WordPress can offer, right?