7 Website Redesign Tips for Better Results

1.Mobile – Friendliness and Speed: Smartphones are increasingly becoming the devices of choice for viewing websites. About 50% of the local searches are started on a smartphone. The smaller screens are the norm now and the website design and content placement must be aligned to that. Speed is the other facet of mobile viewing and it applies equally to the desktop version too. A website must load under 3s to maximize conversions. This is a sum total of the [...]

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EU Online Dispute Resolution Platform 2013/11/EU

If you are an “online trader” who sells goods, services or digital content to consumers online or who operates an online marketplace, you will need to make changes to your website, and in some cases to your contractual terms, when the new EU Online Dispute Resolution Platform for cross-border consumer claims becomes available for use by traders and consumers. What is it? The Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes (Amendment) Regulations 2015 (the Regulations) introduce to the UK the European Commission’s [...]

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Best CMS of 2019 – WordPress

Content plays a major role in the journey of building your online presence and brand. Without it, you’re going to struggle in today’s ruthless business world. In fact, digital marketing is arguably one of the most important areas of commerce, although it’s often neglected. To maximise your operation’s potential, you need a reliable content management system (CMS). You’ll find plenty of them out there, and they all allow you to create and manage your own content, website and blogs. But [...]

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5 Reasons Why You Should Still Be Advertising on Facebook

With social media platforms like Snapchat and Twitter growing in popularity, particularly among young people, you might think that advertising on Facebook is a waste of your time. But the fact is, that’s just not the case. Facebook is still among the world’s largest social media platforms, with billions of active users signing in monthly. So much more than a home for fake news and trolls, Facebook can put your business in front of an audience you’d have little hope of reaching otherwise. Here [...]

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Istotopos is looking for a WordPress Web Developer

Istotopos is looking for a professional WordPress Web Developer to join our team. Basically, we are looking for a geek that loves coding and has the ability to take over a project from start to the finish line to meet project requirements. Skill RequirementsAt least 2+ years experience with WordPress Design and Development including themes and plugins Strong communication skills, including writing and documentation and have the ability to work as part of a team Organized always helps, and the ability to [...]

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Developer fund launched alongside Cloudflare Apps platform

Cloudflare has launched a $100 million developer investment fund alongside the launch of its Cloudflare Apps platform. The company itself raised $110 million of investment from companies including Fidelity, Google, Microsoft, Baidu, and Qualcomm last year, and with good reason. Cloudflare has grown from a team of 37 operating a network in 23 cities and 15 countries in 2012, to now employing over 200 and having a presence in 62 cities and 33 countries. “When we started Cloudflare we needed two [...]

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Istotopos is looking for a WordPress Web Developer

Istotopos is looking for a professional WordPress Web Developer to join our team. Basically, we are looking for a geek that loves coding and has the ability to take over a project from start to the finish line to meet project requirements. Skill RequirementsAt least 2+ years experience with WordPress Design and Development including themes and plugins Strong communication skills, including writing and documentation and have the ability to work as part of a team Organized always helps, and the ability to [...]

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Google Is Requiring HTTPS for Secure Data in Chrome

Does your site collect sensitive visitor information such as passwords, credit card information, or personal data? If so, be warned: by the end of January 2017, Google Chrome will begin marking sites without HTTPS as non-secure. Put another way; Chrome will now require HTTPS for sites that collect sensitive information. If you have not done so already, protect your visitors and your site with an SSL certificate and migrate to HTTPS. Reel It Back – What Is HTTPS? HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) [...]

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PHP 7.0.0 Release Announcement

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.0.0. This release marks the start of the new major PHP 7 series. PHP 7.0.0 comes with a new version of the Zend Engine, numerous improvements and new features such as Improved performance: PHP 7 is up to twice as fast as PHP 5.6 Significantly reduced memory usage Abstract Syntax Tree Consistent 64-bit support Improved Exception hierarchy Many fatal errors converted to Exceptions Secure random number generator Removed old and unsupported SAPIs and extensions The null coalescing operator Return and [...]

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Say goodbye to Flash in 2020

Adobe today announced that Flash, the once-ubiquitous plugin that allowed you to play your first Justin Bieber video on YouTube and Dolphin Olympics 2 on Kongregate, will be phased out by the end of 2020. At that point, Adobe will stop updating and distributing Flash. Until then, Adobe will still partner with the likes of Apple, Mozilla, Microsoft and Google to offer security updates for Flash in their browsers and support new versions of them, but beyond that, Adobe [...]

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