Category: Web Dev

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Is SquareSpace Worth the Price?

by Arin Adamson

Many small businesses eventually come to the realization that they need a website. However, not everyone has an investor filling their pockets or tons of money in the bank to throw at a $10,000 website. What…

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How Secure is SSL?

by Arin Adamson

If you read my previous article, “When do you need SSL/TLS & Website Encryption?,” you might be wondering if there is anything more secure than SSL, or how secure SSL actually is. This is an important…

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When do you need SSL/TLS & Website Encryption?

by Arin Adamson

What is a SSL or TLS? Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) are both protocols that are used to encrypt users data on a server. This means all of the data being processed by…

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Display Network Remarketing Tips

by Nick Rennard

Hello Fellow Advertisers! Remarketing via Google AdWords is an effective, versatile, and popular way of advertising among PPC professionals. It’s a display network marketing technique that allows advertisers to target users who have already shown interest…

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The Importance of Simplicity in Design

by Arin Adamson

When it comes to user-friendliness making everything as simple as possible is typically the best route to go down. This is the case both in the development and the design of your website. However, design is significantly…

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The Benefits of CSS Precompilers

by Arin Adamson

When I discovered CSS precompilers, my world suddenly changed. It became a world where CSS is intertwined with many of the benefits of a standard programming language. No longer do I have to deal with…

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The Importance of Simplicity in Code

by Arin Adamson

As a web developer, I am sure you know how messy and unorganized your code and website files can get. When you are dealing with hundreds, thousands, or even hundreds of thousands of lines of…

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Which CMS is Best, Part 2: Joomla and MODX

by Arin Adamson

Welcome to Part 2 of my breakdown of some of the most popular CMS platforms available to web developers. If you haven’t read Which CMS is Best, Part 1 go check it out and you’ll…

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Which CMS is Best, Part 1: Wordpress and Drupal

by Arin Adamson

Whether you are a web developer or a future website owner, you may be looking to develop your website utilizing a content management system or CMS platform. CMS platforms are web based applications which give the…

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Learning HTML Online

by Arin Adamson

Do you have a website and want to take control of the content on your pages? Maybe you are just starting out and are an aspiring web developer? In either case, the first thing you’ll…

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How to use the Mobile Friendly Update

by MacAdam Lea

At the end of April, Google rolled out its long-discussed “Mobile-Friendly Update”, which boosts the ad ranking of any mobile-friendly pages on mobile search results. Google’s top priority is keeping searches relevant, so they have…

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wp_query() vs. get_pages() vs. get_posts()

by Arin Adamson

In my last article I discussed custom WordPress queries and what makes them useful in your custom WordPress themes. If you are not familiar with custom WordPress queries, you may want to refer back to my…

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