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Mistakes when creating a website

The 7 biggest mistakes when creating a website

Having their own website is basically indispensable for companies and self-employed people. After all, it makes it possible for them to present themselves on the web and make contact with potential customers. To make the most of this opportunity, you should approach this task with the necessary professionalism. Make sure to avoid the typical mistakes such as those described in the following...

CSS coding made easy

CSS Tutorial: An introduction to Cascading Style Sheets

Without CSS, websites would just be a collection of text elements separated by headlines and paragraphs. Only the ability to format HTML using cascading style sheets make the internet what it is today: a colorful mix of customized online presences, from the ambitious home hobby page to the award-winning design website. Our CSS tutorial walks you through the secrets of the stylesheet language with...

Learn to code: an intro on how to get the basics down

Learning how to code: the basics

Welcome to the digital age: every day the average American spends hours looking at smartphone screens and PC monitors. But most still lack even a basic understanding on how the programs affecting their everyday life work. If you think you may fit into this demographic, don’t worry: thanks to online courses, videos tutorials, and supportive internet communities, it’s never been easier to learn...

SASS tutorial

The big SASS tutorial: what you need to know!

If you like designing websites but have a tough relationship with CSS, SASS might be the right solution for you. The preprocessor makes it easier for you to work on the design, but it has a few peculiarities. Our comprehensive SASS tutorial uses examples to explain what you can do with the programming language, and explains the subtleties of SASS syntax. If you want to learn SASS, we can provide...

Less CSS: Tutorial

Less CSS: Introduction and tutorial

CSS is one of the most important languages in the World Wide Web. But working with the stylesheet language is often unnecessarily complicated, which is why many developers prefer to use Less instead. The CSS preprocessor not only makes writing stylesheet code easier, it also expands CSS with a range of features including variables, functions, and mixins. Our Less tutorial explains how it works.

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)

A major concern on all web developers’ to-do lists is making sure their website is user-friendly. Responsive web design and accessibility measures enable you to respond to increasing global mobile traffic without neglecting layout and design. From data published in February 2016, it is obvious that Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages now provide a new tool in the fight for fast loading times and...

Gulp vs. Grunt: differentiating between the task runners

Gulp vs. Grunt: the differences between the task runners

Writing new code is an essential aspect of web development. For frontend developers, in particular, this task makes up a significant portion of day-to-day work, with the bulk of it focused on expressing the unique appearance and functions of an internet presence to optimally represent the project. While the development process produces creative tasks, it also generates a great deal of recurring...

SASS

SASS: next-level CSS?

If you design your own website, then you probably work with CSS. But have you ever thought about SASS? The practical preprocessor extends the popular stylesheet language with various helpful functions and makes it even easier for you to design. Variables, loops, case distinctions, and practical mixins make your life as a web designer easier. We explain to you what SASS can do better than CSS.

HATEOAS: information on the REST constraint

HATEOAS: what does the acronym mean?

REST (Representational State Transfer) plays an important role in the development of modern web applications. Part of the concept, which distinguishes itself from comparable solutions due to its demand for a universal interface, is an internal application structure that follows the HATEOAS approach. This article reveals what’s behind this acronym and why exactly HATEOAS is so important for REST.

Parallax websites: scrolling with 3D effect

What is Parallax scrolling?

The internet community loves variety – not only regarding content but also regarding how websites are designed. Web designers and software developers are always striving to come up with creative ideas and surprise site visitors with new user experiences. One of these innovative design approaches is so-called parallax scrolling, which uses perceptional psychological effects to convey...


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