Everyone hates a slow website and most internet users will head somewhere else if they encounter a site that loads slowly. If your site is painfully slow, then you will lose visitors to another site. Many internet users detest slow websites.
Is your WordPress site slow? Are you wondering how to solve this problem? This article will give you some advice on making your site load faster.
WordPress sites are having one of the best content management systems out there today. It is possible to make mistakes in the setting up process, which could cause problems with the speed of your site. Your site needs to be fast for ranking well in search engines and so that your subscribers, customers or readers can access your site in a quick way.
So now you are going to learn a few tasks that you can perform on your site to get it to work faster. Perhaps you are not confident with the technical side website maintenance. It really is very straightforward and you will be happy that you followed this advice because you will learn some great stuff. So, it’s time to get started.
If you have been managing a website for some time now, you will have realized that having an eye-catching format and thinking about where you will put certain things is essential to attracting new visitors. You want to put your most attractive attributes where the visitor will see them when he or she clicks onto your site. You would also be aware that if a page takes forever to load, most people will leave.
If you’re interested in high quality digital assets for your projects at a bargain price, then keep on reading. Visual Hierarchy is being launched on November 3rd, entering a market over saturated by deals and freebies.
Compared to deals which are usually low to medium quality products and require further tweaking, Visual Hierarchy’s digital assets promise to be top notch right from the start.
Web Designers only
The guys behind the project disclosed that they will launch one product each month. These will be dedicated to web designers only and they will take in account the demands of the community as you will be given the chance to directly interact with their team and offer feedback regarding their products.
If you are a web or UI designer you must surely love icons. I can’t get enough of them and you probably feel the same way if you are having a multitude of projects and you don’t want to use the same icon sets over and over again.
In today’s article, you will find The Web Designer icon pack containing 30 Icons In PSD, SVG, PNG and icon font format which you can use however you want in your projects, personal or for your clients.
These lovely icons were provided by the talented and resourceful people from The Web Designer Newsletter and they are giving them for free to Design Your Way’s subscribers.
Since our time is short, most of us choose to stay in touch using virtual venues, and social networks thrive on this necessity. The century we live in is so digitalized, that distance and tight schedules have lost their alienating power over friends, family, and colleagues. For the most part, not a day goes by that we don’t reach out for each other over the internet, whether by e-mails, live conversations, or something as simple as sharing links on our favorite social networks.
On average, website visitors do not hesitate to share the content that they deem to be interesting. Especially if they are provided with handy social sharing buttons to speed things up. However, if those buttons are not to be found on the page, or if they are improperly displayed, readers might just decline the occasion to share altogether.
For website creators and owners, the effects would be negative, to say the least. If word spreads about a certain website, then it will witness loads of incoming traffic. So, the opposite of that would equal less traffic. It is common knowledge that the traffic facilitated by social sharing is actually very powerful, only coming in second after that which is generated by search engines.
If you’re like most web designers and web developers out there, then you probably fall back on one or several familiar tools in order to prototype, create, distribute, and publish your apps.
Yet, new resources are frequently added to the market, and some of them could best your established favorites in some respects. So, I took the liberty to round up over a dozen fantastic solutions, by today’s standards. Scroll down to see the list.
I am jump-starting my compilation with a glorious app builder: Apper. It’s created by IGenApps Inc., and has a self-explanatory name. ‘Apper’ is the common denomination of web designers who choose to side-step coding when creating apps for their clients. As such, Apper is a genial do-it-yourself mobile app that gives you a comfortable setting to build, share, and publish your apps. Word has it that mobile web apps made on this platform seem identical to native apps.