If you want to embed Google Maps on your website, you have two options: either you can integrate the software using a simple iFrame element and pre-determined HTML code, or you can explore Google Maps APIs, the official programming interface of the online mapping giant. We’ll take you through the benefits of embedding Google Maps and explain the differences between the two integration methods.Embedding Google Maps: API or iFrame?
UTF-8 is method of Unicode character encoding, which claims to cover all modern languages for data processing. The format has significantly influenced international digital communication. But what exactly does “UTF-8” mean? And what is special about UTF-8 in the Unicode character set? Here you can find out which structure the coding is based on, and which bytes are permitted in the standard...UTF-8: the network standard
Cookies save user information during website access to improve the page’s user-friendliness or record customer behavior. They’re responsible for noting down login data, browser settings, and other useful information so that you don’t have to set everything up again each time you visit the same site. Cookies can be completely or partially enabled, or just enabled for particular websites. How to...How do I enable cookies in my web browser?
Have you ever toyed with the idea of creating your own Wikipedia entry? There are certain criteria Wikipedia requires in order to publish an article – and to ensure that content is fact-based, new entries are extensively checked by Wikipedia editors. Learn how to make your own Wikipedia page, and reduce the risk of your article being deleted.Create your own Wikipedia page
Due to browser community distrust in Symantec, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox have decided to distrust websites with SSL certificates issued by Symantec before December 1st, 2017. This article outlines the steps and important key dates that website operators need to be aware of in order to sucessfully renew or replace their SSL certificates before their website is branded with a warning...Replacing SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Certificates affected by browser distrust
Cookies serve various purposes on the internet: primarily, they store user data in order to facilitate easy operation of web pages and to make certain web applications available. But they can also be used to track user activity and intrude on user privacy. There are therefore good reasons to either partially disable, i.e. allow them only on certain pages, or completely disable cookies. You can do...Disabling cookies: how to turn off cookies in your browser
Sitemaps belong to the standard features of a website, but they seem to be gradually disappearing from the World Wide Web. Some online presences hide the navigation file or even forgo it completely. We explain why search engines like Google still give sitemaps a lot of attention, how important sitemaps are for SEO as a result, and how you can create sitemaps yourself – manually or with a sitemap...Sitemaps – Here’s what you need to know
The successful information architecture of a website ensures that users and search engines can quickly and easily orient themselves within a website. Anyone who categorizes page content in a sensible way and structures it efficiently facilitates both daily work on the page and later expansion of the website. As a basic framework of the website, information architecture is an important factor in...Information architecture – the backbone of every website
WYSIWYG: This strange sequence of letters has become the standard for most editor programs. This is why many users can’t imagine how these programs work without the 'what you see is what you get' principle. In the field of HTML editors, there are different approaches and opinions. We explain exactly what is behind the acronym, show you the advantages and disadvantages of the principle, and...WYSIWYG: I spy with my little eye