If you can do something faster, then you have an advantage. The same goes for websites. No one likes a slow website. Join Bridget and I as we look at how you can speed up your website!
I was invited by Social Champ to talk about Google Core Web Vitals, and it was a great Twitter hour. Thank you, guys! There were a lot of good questions, and the community on Social Champ are great. So what are the much talked about Google Core Web Vitals anyway?
Cater a Wedding for 100 People Without Using a Food Processor or Build a Website Using Only HTML and CSS
Build a Website Using Only HTML and CSS As you can see, I was hoping this post would appeal to as many interest groups as possible, while covering my bases with top ten keywords, right? The only thing missing is… Read More »Cater a Wedding for 100 People Without Using a Food Processor or Build a Website Using Only HTML and CSS
Page builders help everyone speed up the process of creating a website. The bad news is they might be slowing down the finished product. The good news is they don’t have to.
Addressing the ever-changing landscape of devices by creating flexible, fluid and adaptive Web sites
When people talk about a Responsive Website, they are usually talking about one that works well on a mobile phone. Responsive means however, that it should work on any size screen. Even larger ones. There are more than 200 (about) different standard size screens from mobile ohones to desktop screens. What about the screens you see in hospitals or train stations? Shouldn’t a website scale nicely outwards as well as inwards? Read More »(What is) Responsive Design?