Mobile users contribute more than 47% of website traffic. So, it is essential for webmasters to make their site responsive. However, a responsive site isn’t enough; you should also concentrate on making your site faster to increase the site rank, reduce server load, and increase conversions.
So, here are top 10 website hacks that will speed up responsive and mobile-friendly websites:
Photoshop actions are a sequence of tasks saved in a file that you can apply to any image or text. These tasks will then run on the image or text and provide a final output by modifying the image or text. Photoshop has a set of predefined actions installed to help you do simple tasks. These tasks can be anything from adding effects to changing the size of the image. Using Photoshop actions, you can automate routine editing tasks that you may perform on images or texts and thereby save time and produce identical output in different images.
In this digital age of clean and crisp lines, there’s nothing better than seeing hand-drawn illustrations in the designs of websites and interfaces. Hand drawn doodles and sketches really help inject character and personality into a design, and give a fun and friendly appearance to the overall website.
Throughout the year I’ve showcased my favorite website designs findings in the Line25 Sites of the Week roundups. This special near-end of year post showcases the best of the best, pulling together the best website designs of 2018 into one showcase of super cool sites.
It has been over a couple of years since I posted my HTML tag and usability crimes posts, both of which are amongst the most popular articles here on Line25. There’s something about this title people just can’t resist! Let’s take a look at ten crimes you may be committing in your HTML content. These won’t exactly land you a life sentence, but I bet almost every one of us will be guilty of at least one of these petty crimes.
Last week we went through the process of designing a stylish blog layout in Photoshop. Now let’s take our visual concept and cut it into slices for use with neat HTML and CSS code. All our browser testing will be done on this coded concept before converting the design into a full WordPress theme.