When you hear the word “sitemap”, most people think of a page on your website that list all of your websites pages, organized in a way that an end user could navigate through. This is what’s referred to as an “HTML Sitemap, or Spider Map”. While this is recommended to always have on your site […]

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If you own or run a website, you’re going to want to use Google Webmaster Tools. Some of you may have never heard of it, or have but haven’t taken the leap into getting it set up. It could seem a little intimidating at first, but really it’s pretty simple! We’re going to walk you […]

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Google Analytics is a completely free service provided by Google that allows you to get better insights into the traffic and visitors your website, app, marketing campaign or landing page gets. It’s super easy to setup, is extremely low profile and doesn’t impact your load times at all. If you’ve never setup Google Analytics before, […]

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If you’re taking on a web project, it’s a pretty sure bet that you’re gonna be needing at least one JavaScript library or plugin to get the site functioning the way you want it to – with good reason. JavaScript libraries and plugins can make the world of difference in terms of responsiveness, overall look […]

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While HTML4 and CSS2 are solid technologies and will remain the front runner until a broader adaptation of HTML5 and CSS3 compliant web browsers take place, HTML5 and CSS3 should still be a main focus in web development and design. First let’s take a look at what HTML5 is and what browsers currently support it. […]

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