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We live in an era of devices that come in all shapes and sizes, which simply means that web development and designs have to respond to the environment and behavior of the end-user. This concept of ensuring that a website responds to the environment and behavior of the used depending on their platform, screen size and orientation could be termed as Responsive Web Design.
CSS media queries and their intelligent use, a mix of flexible layouts and grids, and images all come together to provide responsiveness. The whole idea behind the concept is the fact that if a person switches from their PC to their mobile phone or an iPad, there should be an automatic switch by the website that is being viewed to accommodate the scripting abilities, image size and resolution of the new device in question.
Although the point has to be true that WordPress offers a good ground set up for SEO (Search engine Optimization), however it is also true that it might not be able to do so without a nudge or two in the right direction.
Now, if you think you had enough of optimizing, once when you hit the Publish button on your screen, you should know you are doing it wrong and you have definitely missed out on a lot of traffic, if this is how you do SEO. However, even if you think you have done some onsite optimization too, one thing is for sure, you must definitely have made at least one of the following mistakes.
This blog intends on helping you digest the below mentioned few common mistakes that we keep making without knowing and some upfront and straight solutions to every single of them.
The first week of the month of September saw the release of WordPress 4.0, however, let’s be frank, it wasn’t exactly a revolutionary jump between the versions 3 and 4 that otherwise is expected in a version change.
Nonetheless, the new release of Wordpress 4.1 definitely promises some better and more noticeable changes along with a default new theme by the name ‘Twenty Fifteen’, which is supposed to be released alongside the release of the WordPress 4.1 version.
The continued success of a Web highly depends on the apps and the content created by the developers on a continuous basis. Now, with such being the scenario, how can one undermine the contribution of a developer at any point of time for a business? The apps and the contents that are created by them are the most compelling things that keep attracting visitors every day to the web, be it on any sized screen.
Joomunited has a new partner and we would like to introduce them to you: JomWALL, a Facebook like social networking platform.
JomWALL is a Joomla-based platform for building social networks and community websites, which offers simple software, with powerful collaboration tools and Facebook-like features.
Best among the rest
While there is a complete multiplicity of CMS (Content Management Systems) available for anyone to choose from, there are a few that are clearly more popular than the others. Joomla and WordPress have made it to the top of the list when it comes to popularity completely based on the benefits that they offer. However, people often find themselves confused on the question of which one should to be picked to ensure they get the best results.
Have you been struggling with the need to organize media files and folders in WordPress too? Well, don’t worry; you are not the only one. WordPress, with all its benefits and ease of use as a content management system, could be a little tricky to use at times. However, your sufferings are about to end and the complications of organizing files and images will be there no more with WP Media Folder.
What is it?
WP Media folder is the latest new tool, we offer to help you better manage media files and folders in WordPress. WP media folder highly capable of managing files, images from the native WordPress media manager.