We will look at five important things that people rarely consider before they start building a website. As you will see, these are things that you should think about in advance as they can affect your website directly.
What is a historical ccTLD? What is the oldest domain name? Discover some peculiar facts about the vast domain world.
Live chat has become one of the most important communication channels. In our article, we will look at some advantages of using chat software and we will show you how you can add a chat to your website.
You have probably heard about CSS. What exactly is CSS, though? Do you need it on your website and how can you add it? We will answer these questions in our article.
Images can impact the speed and the performance of a website. In this article, we will look at a few popular image formats and see which ones are suitable for a website. We will also give you a few useful tips how you can improve the images on the site.
If you have a standard hosting plan that includes emails, should you still prefer a third-party email provider, or can you use the email service of your hosting provider? In this article, we will explore whether the email service of your web hosting provider can compete with that of large email providers.
If you want to launch a new website, you can use a pre-made framework with templates, or a custom-made website. Either option has its pros and cons, so if you have not decided which one to choose, you can read our article. We will look at some of the advantages and disadvantages of either option.
You have probably heard the term “cookies” many times. What exactly are cookies, though? We will answer that question and we will look at some system attributes of the cookies as well as at the future of cookies in the online world.
Heading tags are small pieces of HTML code that indicate the page and paragraph titles. We will look at the different types of tags and some good practices you should follow when you add heading tags on your website.
Does the PHP version you use affect WordPress performance? Yes, yes it does. The more recent PHP version you use, the faster your WordPress site will load. In this blog post we’ll compare how WordPress performs on 4 different PHP versions.