Tag: web sites
Have you ever been worried about your website’s speed and security or instances of malware or malicious traffic? How do you fight against hacks, virus attacks, and other ill-wishers, widespread on the Internet? The ugly truth is that sooner or later every website faces these issues. The need for a solution that saves hours of efforts, huge costs, and inconveniences, is inevitable.
Do you really own your own website? Check out the infographic below presented by WebsiteHostReview.com to learn about what you can do to make sure you own and retain the rights to your website.
We live in a fast changing Internet world. What was current yesterday could be old news today. If your website has been live for a while now and you haven’t updated it recently you may find some of the features you are using are outdated and that it could be time for a refresh. The guys over at Red Website Design have compiled a handy list of 21 website features that they believe shouldn’t be used in today’s modern world.
There are plenty of Content Management System options out there, but there’s no one-size fits-all. Some platforms work better for e-commerce businesses and content while other cater to sites with more visual and editorial content. The fact is that it can be a little overwhelming so the folks at Bluehost created the infographic below to give you a breakdown of some of the most popular and reliable CMS options.
A WordPress website health check is must to improve website’s performance. It includes various things like checking hosting, images, speed and so on. Explore the following infographic and check out some remarkable tools that help to discover any problem areas and learn best suggestions for improvement of your site.
More than one month after Healthcare.gov was launched, trouble has plagued the website, as the high volume of visitors exposed many of the website’s capacity and software issues. Check out why the website failed to meet people’s expectations in the infographic below.
Web design has seen quite a bit of advancements and enhancements throughout the past decade. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the history of web design.
With more and mote people using mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets, having a web site that can accommodate these devices is essential for success. In this infographic, learn about what responsive web design can do for your business with this infographic.
Where does your website’s traffic come from? We all know that the Internet is just a series of plastic tubes with cats running through them, and these cats and tubes somehow result in visitors to your website. This infographic endeavors from HostGator to explain where this traffic comes from and a few tips to increase said traffic as well.
As of middle of 2013 the number of mobile device users accessing the internet has surpassed the number of desktop computer users. It is estimated that a whopping 119 billion USD will be spent via mobile eCommerce by year 2015. If your website is not ready for this mobile device revolution using Responsive Web Design Technique then you are losing potential businesses. In increasingly larger quantity with each passing month.
To know the Evolution of HTML5, CSS Chopper presents an infographic that contains the past, present and future of HTML5. Every aspect of HTML5 right from its introduction, different phases and the present scenario has been explained wonderfully. As well, the future prospective has also been described in a striking manner.
Programming languages form the foundation inn a world of increasing inter-connectivity. However, did you know that the first programming language is over 100 years old and was written by a woman? It’s true! Check out the following infographic from Veracode as we delve into the history, evolution, and prevalence of programming languages over the years.
This infographic by TechWyse is designed to show you why your website may not be loading fast enough.
As we enter the second quarter of 2013, Designzzz takes a look back and observes which web design trends have ruled the first quarter and what you should be focusing on to stay ahead in the race.