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Flat Web Design

Flat Web Design

Not long ago, web designers around the world were habituated to use flashy design elements, gaudy graphics and meaningless gifs just to impress the visitors. Of course, this would make the website extremely heavy and sometimes visitors had to wait for 5 minutes to get...

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What Is So Unique About Minimalist Site Design?

What Is So Unique About Minimalist Site Design?

The term ‘Minimalism’ precisely suggests simplicity which leads to the omission of any kind of exaggeration that distracts a viewer from the main theme. The movement started in visual art around 1960, and later in 2000, the concept started being popular in web...

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10 Things to Do After Launching A Website

10 Things to Do After Launching A Website

Most of us invest heavily to have a stunning website to represent our brand on the web. This is a good strategy because without having a solid online presence most of the businesses will fail to convince and convert potential customers. But the problem is most of the...

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The Epic Battle Between Website and App

The Epic Battle Between Website and App

Business owners more particularly e-commerce website owners always remain indecisive when it comes to making a choice between a Responsive website and a native app. Silly is not it? You might be thinking why not both? Well, the proposition holds some water but the...

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The Problems with Responsive Web Design

The Problems with Responsive Web Design

You love responsive design, right? Of course, you do. The way a responsive website fits different screens and browsers is just magical. You feel great when you see how different elements of the website changes positions, some elements appear or disappear magically...

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Writing Unique Metadata for Your PHP Website

Writing Unique Metadata for Your PHP Website

So, you have planned to launch a website and it will probably have thousands of pages. That sounds great! Hopefully you are going to develop the website in PHP right? Because if you have decided to develop the website in plain HTML, it means you will have to go...

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