Archive for April, 2016

High Speed: Really Accelerate WordPress Websites [#3]

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ghIn this series, we talk about the things that really accelerate WordPress websites. The goal is not to achieve the infamous 100/100 points on Google Page Speed, as these mentioned aspects often leave a lot of potential behind. We want to get as much ...

Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: May 2016

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  We always try to challenge your artistic abilities and create some interesting and inspiring artwork. As a matter of fact, we discovered the best source for inspiration: desktop wallpapers that are a little more distinctive than the usual c...

Starting a Business with Laravel Spark

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I am really excited about Laravel Spark. By the time you read this, there will probably be a multitude of posts explaining how you can set it up. That's not as interesting to me as the journey I'm about to take in creating an actual business with Spark...

Icons and Teams

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Say you're working on a website that uses an icon system. Lots of people who work on the site interact with the icon system. Designers create new icons, they tweak existing ones, they have ideas on what they want the icons to do. Developers building ou...

MH Magazine – a WordPress Theme for Online Publishers

Multi-purpose themes are becoming more and more popular. Does this mean you should use one? Not exactly. Depending on your use case, there are other types of themes that might fit your needs better and faster. Today, we’ll introduce you to the pr...

Link Audit as a SEO Measure

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Other than content, the link structure of a website is one of the most important ranking factors for Google. For the search engine’s crawlers, all links to a domain are of interest, but also the internal page navigation as well as the choice of l...

Create a Responsive jQuery Slider with Turnable.js

Advertise here via BSATurntable.js is a responsive JQuery slider that will let you rotate through a list of images as your mouse (or finger) sweeps across a container. Think of it like a flipbook made with Javascript, instead of paper. All you need is ...

Quick Tip: Try WebAssembly in Your Browser Today

In June 2015, inventor of JavaScript and co-founder of Mozilla, Brendan Eich, announced something very exciting for the web: WebAssembly. Eich explains that JavaScript has been dubbed as the assembly language of the web, something which he disagrees on...

Working with Images in Stylesheets with PostCSS

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The following is a guest post by Aleks Hudochenkov. Aleks does a great job here of showcasing what PostCSS is good at and the role it has grown into in the front end stack. That is: doing little useful jobs within CSS. You're about to see variety of Po...