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9 Surprising Reasons Why Your Website Isn't Mobile Friendly and What to Do About It - SiteProNews

2016-08-11T15:16:22.057-07:00

9 Surprising Reasons Why Your Website Isn't Mobile Friendly and What to Do About It - SiteProNews:



In recent years, we have seen an increase in the number of mobile users. ... So unless you are ready to say ‘no’ to half your sales, you need to make fully optimizing your website for mobile use a top priority."



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How to Optimize WordPress: A Guided Infographic | Hosting Captain

2016-08-11T14:34:29.921-07:00

How to Optimize WordPress: A Guided Infographic | Hosting Captain: "We’re going to look at all the ways your website loading speed affects your success and your SEO. After that we’ll look at a powerful infographic filled with ways you can speed up your site. Finally, I’ll offer some tips of my own for putting the pedal to the metal."



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This course takes you from coding newbie to web developer in 28 hours

2016-04-24T13:00:38.074-07:00

This course takes you from coding newbie to web developer in 28 hours: "What does it take to become a pro web developer? About 28 hours of high-quality video lessons. (And a lot of practice.)

The Complete Web Developer Course is aimed at folks who want to learn how to code from scratch."



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Using Responsive Images (Now) · An A List Apart Article

2015-10-13T12:19:06.756-07:00

Using Responsive Images (Now) · An A List Apart Article: "Ever since Ethan Marcotte started talking about responsive web design in 2010, developers and designers have been scrambling to find ways to deal with the issue of responsive images. "



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Managing Your Content Management System · An A List Apart Article

2015-09-23T13:49:08.777-07:00

Managing Your Content Management System · An A List Apart Article: "But the real first rule of content management systems is that it’s not so much which CMS you use as how you use it"



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The 13 Best Yahoo Pipes Alternatives You Should Look at Today

2015-06-10T17:06:46.246-07:00

The 13 Best Yahoo Pipes Alternatives You Should Look at Today: "Yahoo has finally given up on Yahoo Pipes, along with a number of other tools that weren’t making them any money. So, for all of us who relied on Yahoo Pipes to clean up dodgy RSS feeds need an alternative."



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The open tech of Podcatch.com

2015-04-20T16:07:14.466-07:00

The open tech of Podcatch.com: "What I haven't talked about yet is all the great open technology it builds on. Stuff that's available to anyone to use to create new apps. One of the amazing things about developing in JavaScript in 2015, and hasn't been well-appreciated yet, is how deep and generous the developer community is, to itself. I've never seen anything like this.#"



Tools to build web applications.



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Perch - The really little content management system (CMS) - Perch

2015-03-05T09:58:57.177-08:00

Perch - The really little content management system (CMS) - Perch: "We made Perch to be the best CMS for people who build websites for their clients.

Design the way you want
Perch doesn’t have “themes”, dictate a design, or prevent you using your favourite scripts. You can retrofit Perch into an existing site in minutes."



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A Vision for Our Sass · An A List Apart Article

2015-01-20T14:33:57.804-08:00

A Vision for Our Sass · An A List Apart Article: "At a recent CSS meetup, I asked, “Who uses Sass in their daily workflow?” The response was overwhelmingly positive; no longer reserved for pet projects and experiments, Sass is fast becoming the standard way for writing CSS."



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Favicon and App Icon Template

2014-12-10T13:39:37.795-08:00

Favicon and App Icon Template: "The most up-to-date template for automatically generating favicons for all Apple, Windows and Android devices. Make it easier for yourself with a Photoshop template that generates all the image sizes you need plus prepared HTML, XML and JSON files. "



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PDF Open Parameters

2014-11-28T16:23:54.492-08:00

This document describes PDF Open parameters for Acrobat 7.0, that allow you to open a

PDF file using a URL or command that specifies both the file to be opened plus actions to

be performed once the file is opened.



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CSS Margin, Padding and Border

2014-10-24T18:06:13.911-07:00

CSS Margin, Padding and Border: "And what effect do margin, padding, and border have on the width or height of an element (i.e. the box model, read more)?"



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10 Reasons Why Web Designers Should Quit Coding Now!

2014-10-12T13:52:30.472-07:00

10 Reasons Why Web Designers Should Quit Coding Now!: "A few years ago, I wrote a post called “Why Web Designers Should Code by Hand,” explaining that hand-coding gave you much greater control, resulting in better, faster-loading templates."



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PageSpeed Module - Make the Web Faster — Google Developers

2014-09-14T18:14:19.893-07:00

PageSpeed Module - Make the Web Faster — Google Developers: "PageSpeed speeds up your site and reduces page load time. This open-source webserver module automatically applies web performance best practices to pages and associated assets (CSS, JavaScript, images) without requiring that you modify your existing content or workflow."



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Font Awesome Icons

2014-08-03T12:09:10.549-07:00

Font Awesome Icons: "The complete set of 439 icons in Font Awesome 4.1.0"



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Myth - CSS the way it was imagined.

2013-12-17T16:43:10.745-08:00

Myth - CSS the way it was imagined.: "CSS the way it was imagined.

Myth is a postprocessor that lets you write pure CSS without having to worry about slow browser support, or even slow spec approval.
It's like a CSS polyfill."

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Sign PDF Documents Digitally to Enhance your Business | Foxit Blog

2013-10-29T19:43:42.084-07:00

Sign PDF Documents Digitally to Enhance your Business | Foxit Blog: "Sign PDF Documents Digitally to Enhance your Business
Signing documents is such an age-old part of our workday that we hardly give it a second thought. And that’s the problem. It’s an age-old process. One that’s hard to manage, verify, secure, and update."

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PHP On Google App Engine Now Generally Available | TechCrunch

2013-10-19T17:51:55.250-07:00

PHP On Google App Engine Now Generally Available | TechCrunch: "PHP is now in preview on Google App Engine, fully available to the general public. The preview status means that it is no longer necessary for developers to whitelist their applications for deployment."

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How To Create Interactive PDF Forms—And Why You’d Want To | Foxit Blog

2013-09-24T13:08:53.828-07:00

How To Create Interactive PDF Forms—And Why You’d Want To | Foxit Blog: "In fact, PhantomPDF 6 gives you the ability to quickly and easily turn a non-interactive PDF form into an interactive form that virtually anyone can download, fill out, print, or return to you by email. (Note: for more on interactive vs. non-interactive PDF forms, please see Filling Out Non-Interactive PDF Forms.)"

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Sign Up for an Appcelerator Developer Account

2013-09-17T14:21:43.974-07:00

Sign Up for an Appcelerator Developer Account: "What's in the Appcelerator Titanium Platform?
Cross-platform mobile development support
Create iOS, Android, and mobile web apps from a single code base
Get to market faster than developing in Objective-C or Java
Create compelling user experiences with cloud services like push notifications and check-ins
Tap into a community of 300,000 developers worldwide"

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Comparing Titanium and PhoneGap « Appcelerator Developer Center

2013-09-17T14:20:42.502-07:00

Comparing Titanium and PhoneGap « Appcelerator Developer Center: "A common question I get asked at developer events and conferences is how Titanium compares to PhoneGap. I thought I would take some time to explain how each technology works at a high level, and assess how the two technologies compare to one another."

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