What You Need to Know to Start Your Own Website

What You Need to Know to Start Your Own Website

Every person working in the public sphere sooner or later becomes a part of the online community. The presence on the Internet is usually filtered through social media. However, if you’re aiming at achieving high popularity with online audience, at one point you’ll need to start your own website. When that moment comes, it’s imperative…

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Accessibility: Make Your Company Socially Responsible

Accessibility: Make Your Company Socially Responsible

[This post was also published on Wuhcag’s Blog] Website Accessibility July 25, 2012. "About 56.7 million people — 19 percent of the population — had a disability in 2010, according to a broad definition of disability, with more than half of them reporting the disability was severe, according to a comprehensive report on this population…

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Phishing Vulnerability Of Links Opening In A New Window

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The following phishing vulnerability is not well known, and should receive your full attention. To open a link in a new window, we add the attribute target=”_blank” to the anchor tag (<a>). Unfortunately, this approach turns the site vulnerable to phishing. In order to prevent this issue, we should add the attribute rel=”noopener noreferrer” to…

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How To Remove/Replace Text From An ALT Tag Using jQuery

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This post discusses on how to remove/replace text from an alt tag using jQuery. The alt tag is one of the attributes of an HTML image tag, and specifies the text to be used as an alternative to an image which doesn’t render in the web page for some reason. Let’s suppose we have a…

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Web Design & Development: Basic Questions To Ask Your Client

Web Design & Development: Basic Questions To Ask Your Client

Below is a set of basic questions to ask your client before building her web project. What is your email address? What is your business’ name? What is your business’ industry? What services and/or products do you offer? Who is your ideal client? Tell us about your project. How much of your project is already…

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How To Include A Twitter Widget Without A Plugin In WordPress

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It’s very easy and quick to install a Twitter widget in your WordPress platform without a 3rd party plugin. Here are the steps to follow once you access your Twitter page: Select “Settings” on the drop-down menu you retrieve when you click your photo profile icon located on the top right hand side of the…

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What Comes First When Building A Website?

What Comes First When Building A Website?

When you are shopping for the best website you possibly could have, you should ask yourself: What comes first, the content or design? This is the best beneficial question you can ask yourself. The answer would be content comes first. Content is more important than design. The second most important item is building a website…

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Tips On How To Edit The Content Of An HTML File

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It can be handy to know how to edit the content of your HTML files. If you do not have direct access to your server, you can access them through your control panel of your web hosting company’s website. Usually, the files are located in a section called File Manager. Let’s suppose: You want to…

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Online Tools To Test Your Website

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Here are some online tools you can use to test your website: Screenfly to test your site on most common devices. BrowserStack to test your site on several browsers and devices. You can take free screenshots of your web page at modern.IE to test it for responsive design across devices. You can find other development…

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