DataURI vs CSS Sprites – Understanding Which One Performs Better

As a website’s complexity increases, the performance of the website becomes an important consideration for site owners. Most importantly, you need to consider how your site will perform if it contains too many images. Considering the fact that, images have more chances to be shared than the text displayed on a site, many site owners […]

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Dealing With Selector Specificity – The What and How Of It

Irrespective of whether you are working on a small-sized, medium-size or a large project, coding issues tend to creep up if they aren’t addressed properly. Selector Specificity is one such issue that haunts developers, especially the ones working on large-size websites. As your website becomes bigger in size, it is important that the CSS selectors […]

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Is QR Code On The Verge of Extinction in the Mobile Arena?

For the last few years, QR codes have been considered one of the most effective marketing tools. However, the advent of Ricoh’s “Clickable Paper” technology is expected to make a significant impact on QR code popularity, and will become the cause of extinction for QR codes. In this post, we have an overview of the […]

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An Anatomy of the Perfect Bug Report

Developers produce code that should work in every browser, every operating system and every device specified in the performance and compliance goals for a site or application. No matter how much effort we put into testing our work, clients will likely find something that doesn’t work: no matter how talented your development team is, bugs […]

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Major Pitfalls of Editing Content via Mobile Devices

Mobile is pretty much everything for modern web. Everything you do can be made on mobile, should be optimized for mobile and managed on mobile. One of the most popular issues today is a mobile user experience. There are tons of posts, articles and researches about mobile UX that examine website and apps design, frustrating […]

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Major Pitfalls of Editing Content via Mobile Device

Mobile is pretty much everything for modern web. Everything you do can be made on mobile, should be optimized for mobile and managed on mobile. One of the most popular issues today is a mobile user experience. There are tons of posts, articles and researches about mobile UX that examine website and apps design, frustrating […]

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15 Things to Check Before Launching a New Website

Thousands of websites are launched daily and the majority of these are incomplete websites, either because the owners do not really mind imperfection or because they have simply forgotten. The problem is, this can affect the website’s credibility and authority. If you are a web designer, developer, or someone whose business will soon rely on […]

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How to Build a 5 Star Rating System with Wilson Interval in MySQL

In this article I’m going to explain how to build a 5 star rating system with MySQL. We will be using triggers to make the queries lightweight and fast. Triggers are supported in MySQL since version 5.0.2 so make sure you’re up to date. I will not explain how to implement the results in PHP, […]

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Want To Support Something Meaningful? Consider Speedwapp Right Now!

What will you be doing in April 2016? Or is it too early to project that far into the future? Happily, technology geeks don’t share your outlook. Everything in their world is about delivering faster, easier and friendlier tools for web development, so it’s no surprise that “the best web design tool ever”—an app with […]

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What You Pay Is What You Get: The Future of WYSIWYG Editors

Do we really need Web designers and developers? It’s a question that keeps being asked every few years when a new ground-breaking tool gets released. These tools aim to bring standards compliant code to the masses (with minimal user effort and cost), often in a well designed web, console, or desktop application. It all sounds […]

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