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Archive for November 2014

Being prepared – When your websites is hacked.

  Websites are often infected with Malware which by means is good for business. Malware will cause for warning to appear on your website when it is loaded and at times it is also affect the SEO ranking of your website. In fact many browsers will refuse to open it in the first place. Hence it is always necessary to take preventive measures and prevent your website  from being hacked. It may not be possible to make a website completely hack proof however there are steps you can take to make the job of hacking your website a bit harder. WordPress website are quite vulnerable and in [...]    Read More

The Ultimate List of HTML5 Mobile Tips

  HTML5 has a great deal to offer to the website designers when it comes to catering to the mobile phone users. With the number of people using a mobile device to access the internet on the constant rise it is necessary for just about every web developer to advice their clients that a mobile website is a must. There use to be a time when having a website was optional; not any more. Thus if you still do not have one, you are missing out on some big share of the customer base. However the mobile web development scene is very complicated. There are simply so many different devices with [...]    Read More

Getting over the hangover of old web design methods

There is a convenient development cycled followed by most web development companies which has been going on since a while now. It is something that one could say has been carried forward from the graphic design industry. The way this development cycle goes a web development company is approached by a client for a need of a website to start with. Process Flow: Start with some preliminary inquires and set to work making the design. Static design (in the form of an image or at the most HTML) that is sent to the client for his approval or feedback. Design Feedback based on Static Ideas Take [...]    Read More

Where does Drupal stand in the war of the CMS

  When it comes to making a CMS there are three names that come to the mind first. They are Drupal, WordPress and Joomla. Each of these CMS web development began in a small way and have gone ahead to become really huge. Drupal was started by a student by the name Dries Buytaert of the University of Antwerp as early as 2000. He started a small news site with a built in web board to allow a group of friends to communicate within themselves and leave messages. Later after graduation in 2001 Dries released the software as Drupal. As for WordPress it was not even a CMS to start with. It [...]    Read More

WordPress – A trip down memory lane!

    WordPress was released a long time ago in 2003 when the open source platform was still evolving. Needless to say that in the past 10 odd years nothing has remained the same. There have been advances in just about every minor elements relating to web development. We have seen many new open source platforms become available some better than those existed. While many of the existing open source platforms when through some massive changes and have evolved beyond imagination. WordPress is one open source software that is no exception. WordPress too has evolved and matured and is [...]    Read More