Two new media tags were introduced with HTML5. The video and audio tags. If your website distributes video and audio, you may want to host your own videos using these new HTML5 media tags. By hosting your own videos, you can breakaway from YouTube and Vimeo’s rules and avoid having your channel suspended. This article discusses how to use both of these tags in your web pages.
Mobile devices are changing everything. They have significantly changed the way we communicate. Now they are also changing the way marketers reach us. This article takes a look at responsive web design and how it is changing the world of content marketing.
Media queries were introduced into the web development world by the arrival of CSS3. They now form the foundation for responsive web design. With media queries, you can create separate layouts for different screen sizes like smartphones and tablets. This article is a basic overview of how media queries work.
Hosting a separate mobile device site can create duplicate content in search engines. You need to tell search engine bots that your mobile pages are simply copies of your desktop pages but optimized for mobile apps and devices. This article discusses how to set a canonical link tag to help bots crawl your site and differentiate between a mobile page and a desktop page. The result is better indexing and rank for your mobile site that brings in more mobile search users.
Web development trends today are incredibly different from trends from a decade ago. Good web design increases ROI and sales, increases search engine rank and SEO, and it attracts more users to bookmark your site. This article describes 5 old school website design trends that you should ditch for an update.
An SOW is a statement of work document that defines the purpose, goals and requirements for a web development project. With small website projects, you might not create an SOW, but large projects require specific documentation to ensure success. A good SOW can help you avoid disputes and cancelled projects, which usually turn into bad reviews and loss of money for both you and your customers. This article gives you six tips for creating an effective SOW.