Web Development

Firefox takes the browser lead in Europe

January 4, 2011
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For the first time, Firefox is now the most used browser in Europe. Firefox reached a market share of 38.11% in December, leaving behind Internet Explorer in 2nd place with 37.52%. Firefox doesn’t have themselves to thank though, as the reason for being number one is mostly because of Internet Explorer losing market shares due […]

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Web Hosting Hub – Get your website online in minutes!

December 7, 2010
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I’ve said it several times before and I’ll say it again – if you’re just a tiny bit serious about your website, blog or whatever it is that you’re having online, you’ll want to have it hosted somewhere where you have control over your website and you’re not putting all your eggs in a basket […]

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G.A.S.P.: WordPress anti-spam plugin. Good idea, but does it deliver?

December 2, 2010
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G.A.S.P. , GrowMap Anti-Spambot Plugin, is a WordPress plugin that takes a different approach to spam filtering than Akismet does, which is the anti-spam plugin used by most WordPress bloggers. Instead of analyzing the content of each comment as well as having a giant database with information about which URL’s, IP’s etc. to mark as […]

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HTML5 – The Internet Future (Non-Technical Guide)

August 31, 2010
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So we all know that the web is basically built on HTML, and that programming language has been with us since 97, but now we are seeing the emergence of the new incarnation of HTML. The current version of HTML, (4) has been with us a long time and from its humble beginnings way back, […]

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Apple Showing Off HTML5

June 8, 2010
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Apple created a new web page meant as a HTML5 showcase. It has seven HTML5 features, demonstrating their functions: Video Typography Photo gallery Transitions Audio 360º product view VR All of the demos have some kind of interactivity built-in so you get to manipulate with the result. Even though this web page is supposed to […]

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SEO: Why Meta Description Is Still Important

July 30, 2009

By now you may have heard several times from search engine experts, that “meta tags” are not as important any longer as they used to be. While that’s especially true for “meta keywords”, as they were simply being abused too much, meta description is still important to maintain in your website pages. Let me explain […]

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