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Web Design Trends to Watch Out for in 2014

July 21, 2014

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The scope of web designing is ever expanding in proportion to the rapid online space spreading out. And to get the spotlight in this era of fast paced development, keeping up to date with the trends is essential. Like the internet, website design techniques continually grow to augment the user experience. 2014 is shaping up […]

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Is HTML5 a Good Choice for Web Apps in Today’s Mobile Age?

July 18, 2014

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While web-based mobile apps are coded in HTML5 (or using CSS/JavaScript), and can be accessed via any phone or tablet devices. In contrast, native apps are built for a single mobile OS – be it Android, iOS etc. According to reports from BI (Business Insider), a contradiction has been observed: while some consumers prefer native […]

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HTML and CSS for Web Designers – Essential Guidelines

July 15, 2014

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Due to the rising demand of website, HTML and CSS have become essentials for creating a most fascinating and feature-rich website. So, it is important for the designers to be aware about it. May or may not be beginners sentient about all the features of HTML and CSS, while building an effective website. Let’s take […]

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7 Best Tools for Web Designers and Developers

July 9, 2014

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Web designers are well aware of their job’s difficulty, so they know that taking advantage of the newest tools and services are the key to success. However, most web designers are completely devoted to their job, so they rarely have time to search & find different tools and applications that can help them be better […]

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How to Build Effective Audience Engagement on Twitter

July 8, 2014

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Looking at the present scenario we can rightly say that after Facebook it is Twitter that seems to be playing a major role when it comes to social media marketing. More and more online businesses are now using Twitter for increasing their brand awareness, drawing more traffic and the list goes on. You simply cannot […]

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Single Hosting with Multiple Domains

June 12, 2014

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The feature of domain sharing makes the user split his domain into more than 2 or 4 servers, This process allows you to have a domain server which works in different location and then in the last redirects you to the home page, they all use the main name of the domain but operate at […]

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Flat Designs – Features that Makes it Stand Apart from the Rest

May 28, 2014

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Flat designs is a worth mentioning designing trend, and that has received prominence in the last couple of years. This technique has a long way to go and to pave the way for the designers a number of websites have released a host of kits for improving the user interface, with the help of different […]

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Some Effective Ways to Enhance Your Web Designing!!

May 22, 2014

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Having a website is a must for every business house in today’s business world. The world is moving so fast that everyone wants everything on their fingertips. A large number of companies have started selling their products and services online. However, in order to capture the interest of customers, it is very important to have […]

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10 Worst Web Design Ideas for About Us Page

May 21, 2014

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It goes without saying that ‘About Us’ is indeed the most crucial page of your website. With so many ideas available for designing the ‘About Us’ page, web designers often tend to get confused about choosing the right one. Finding the right idea for designing the ‘About Us’ page is actually the stepping stone towards […]

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10 Pivotal Web Designs Tips (You Ought) to Consider in 2014

May 19, 2014

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Last year, in 2013, we’ve observed a huge drift in the digital sector, i.e. web design and development. The dramatic drift brought with it many new changes, modifications or, to be exact, new trends that created a huge stir in the web design community in a positive fashion. Some of those trends are still prevalent […]

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Web Development Tips to Enhance your Skills & Improve your Website

March 13, 2014

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If you are a web developer lost in the loops, there is no saving you. In fact, most develops give in their entire day to being slaves to loops and bettering them by the day. Coding is indeed a major concern with most people and in case you are a developer who wishes to develop […]

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What is HTML5

September 21, 2010

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HTML was developed by the W3C until 2004, when members of the HTML working group grew disturbed with the direction the W3C was going with HTML. They felt that the W3C was not paying enough attention to the real-world development needs of the language and focusing too much on XML and XHTML. So they formed […]

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Magento for Developers: Part 4 – Magento Layouts, Blocks and Templatese

August 3, 2010

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Developers new to Magento are often confused by the Layout and View system. This article will take a look at Magento’s Layout/Block approach, and show you how it fits into Magento MVC worldview. Unlike many popular MVC systems, Magento’s Action Controller does not pass a data object to the view or set properties on the […]

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Magento for Developers: Part 3 – Magento Controller Dispatch

August 3, 2010

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The Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture traces its origins back to the Smalltalk Programming language and Xerox Parc. Since then, there have been many systems that describe their architecture as MVC. Each system is slightly different, but all have the goal of separating data access, business logic, and user-interface code from one another. The architecture of most […]

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Magento for Developers: Part 2 – The Magento Config

August 3, 2010

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The config is the beating heart of the Magento System. It describes, in whole, almost any module, model, class, template, etc. than you’ll need to access. It’s a level of abstraction that most PHP developers aren’t used to working with, and while it adds development time in the form of confusion and head scratching, it […]

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Magento for Developers: Part 1 – Introduction to Magento

August 3, 2010

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What is Magento? It’s the most powerful online eCommerce platform in the universe and is changing the face of eCommerce forever. Of course, you already know that. What you may not realize is Magento’s also an object-oriented PHP Framework that can be used to develop modern, dynamic web applications that tap into Magento’s powerful eCommerce […]

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Web Design That Can Increase Its Usability

July 23, 2010

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Internet users encounter web design usability before they even have decided to use it and more so before they make up their minds on probable purchases. A fact is, the internet is the ultimate setting for empowerment, where the one who is clicking the mouse controls everything. Search engine marketing is important as generally visitors […]

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