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8 Tips for Improving Bootstrap Accessibility

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A few years ago, I wrote about my experiences on developing a Bootstrap version 3 project to be fully accessible for people with disabilities. This focussed mostly on how accessible it is in terms of front-end design. (It didn’t cover accessibility i...

How to Track Ecommerce Transactions with Google Analytics

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Google Analytics is a really useful tool for tracking visitors on your website, but few developers go beyond adding the standard tracking code, which consists of a JavaScript snippet. Other than custom Events (see the link above if you're curious what ...

How to Track Ecommerce Transactions with Google Analytics

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Google Analytics is a really useful tool for tracking visitors on your website, but few developers go beyond adding the standard tracking code, which consists of a JavaScript snippet. Other than custom Events (see the link above if you're curious what ...

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6 Inspiring Examples of Gamification in Design

From the Powerball to Candy Crush to Farmville, games have permeated our lives. And for good reason: They’re fun, exciting, and rewarding. Plus, leveling up or winning a game provides us with an instant sense of gratification and pride. So to make yo...