How do you define a beautiful website? What does it take for a web design to be transformed into a beautiful website? What does beautiful mean when developing a website? I`ll try to answer all these questions for you by showcasing some of the websites I consider being the best of the best.
It seems like yesterday that we were all listening to long, drawn out tones as our dial-up internet connected. Fast forward to now, and speed is everything. Over half of internet users expect websites to load in 2 seconds or less! What does a slow website cost you? Well, visitors for starters, but that’s just the beginning.
Today I’m going to show you just how important your website loading speed is for the ultimate success of your online business or blog. We’ll also look at a few valuable tools you can use to measure your speed and how you can increase your website’s performance today.
According to a survey conducted in 2014, it was shown that the non-English downloads of WordPress has outgrown the English language downloads. Andrew Nacin, a core WordPress developer, mentioned at WordCamp in Seattle that only 5-10% of the world population use English as their primary language, it certainly means that the time is not far off when the languages like Spanish and Mandarin dominate WordPress installations.
Although it’s somewhat of a niche and ‘high-end’ service (compared to the baseline, consumerist products and services anyway), architecture is making its presence known on the web. Architecture agencies and freelancers worldwide have their websites set up to display previous projects in best ways possible, to leave an impression on clients, to create a need for their services.
Contrary to popular belief, WordPress sites aren’t any more or less vulnerable than other websites. The same malware threats – Pharma hacks (spam injections to your site database/ files), backdoors, drive-by downloads, malicious redirects to dangerous websites, database phishing (steals your users’ information) – are just as common on HTML or websites built on other platforms as they are on WordPress.
Convincing people to stay a day or two at your hotel is difficult because it’s very likely that you’re dealing with a fierce competition. Small and large-scale hotels and properties struggle to gain the market`s acceptance and a place in it because they are forced to go up against well-established players with a proven track of quality services and satisfied customers.
To stand out from the competition, there is the need of establishing successful, results-driven marketing campaigns with the use of a series of promotional tools which could help get the name out to the public. One of these tools are the very well known brochures, which are leaflets containing information about your hotel. They`re usually displayed in hotel rooms or places with high foot traffic within the hotel or its amenities.
We’re all using web browsers to navigate on the internet. Most of you(to be more specific, 65% according to my analytics) are using Chrome and Safari to navigate through this website. These 2 browsers have something in common: they are both built on the WebKit platform, or in other words, they are WebKit browsers. Although Google and Apple assigned them already some quite nice UI elements, some people thought that there is room for more.
Working with WordPress is a breeze, mainly because the architecture of the content management system is rock-solid and easy to understand but most importantly because the community is so big and can offer you solutions for all your needs, through themes and plugins. Those who run websites built on WordPress are using a series of plugins which can make their life easier and more productive but generally speaking, plugins affect the loading speed performances of your website and there are some cases which don`t require using a plugin.
“Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!”
If you’re a developer working with WordPress, you’re probably used to see the Hello World! post quite often, since it’s the only post which comes with a fresh new WordPress install. This is my Hello World! post.
My name is Madalin Tudose and I`m a web developer. I build HTML Templates and WordPress Themes which are eventually released on ThemeForest under the
DeliciousThemes brand. In other words, Welcome to DeliciousThemes! – my playground; and my business; and my blog.
Nowadays, more and more web applications are trying to take their stake from the internet, coming in your help and trying to make your internet`s life easier through their admin panels. Many people are using today twitter and facebook,or other social networks to communicate,and as a reward,big networks are offering what is called “The API key” (application programming interface) to help programmers to create related web applications.
Now,is so simple to create a web app, there are many tutorials showing you how to use an API key; all you have to do is to come with an out of the box idea.So, you have the application. What`s next?
I`m saying an “Administration Panel” and you must agree with my point of view because is a must-have for a web app.So, I want to come in your help by presenting you 34 most appealing and fully featured back-end control admin panels from the internet.
Choose you favorite, create a web app and start taking your stake from this big pie called internet!