A URL or the address of a web page is very important for search engines. During optimization of websites for better search traffic, one cannot overlook the optimization of URLs. There are a lot of opportunities for optimization in terms of keywords, structure, dynamic or static nature, etc., in a URL. This article deals with all the major SEO opportunities in URLs.
A high bounce rate on your website indicates that users leave your site after finding your site in search engines such as Google and Bing. If you own an eCommerce store, it means you lose customers and sales. Bounce rate can be from poor web design or web development, slow web servers, a bad web hosting company, or it can stem from your product inventory. This article gives you 8 tips to reduce your bounce rate.
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.
Blocking of third-party tracking scripts like Google Analytics using ad blockers and tools like Ghostery is one way people attempt to protect their privacy on the Internet. This is great. However, when Google Analytics is missing, some critical piece of website functionality may break. This article explains a common scenario where this may happen and demonstrates a workaround that webmasters can implement to prevent the problem.
You may need to do redirections on your WordPress site from time to time. While they can be done with PHP or via code tweaks in your .htaccess file, this article explains a simpler and more robust method involving the WordPress Redirection plugin.