Happy Wednesday, friends! Enjoy some fun links from around the web. How is everyone feeling about the Day-After-Super-Tuesday?
All about the postage stamps.
Drab up your desktop with these wallpapers!
8 Cool Instagram Accounts
What chefs pack for their kids’ school lunches.
You’ve asked them, you’ve heard them, we’ve answered them, we’ve researched them. Commonly asked questions in website design and development. It’s a deep ocean of elements, strategies, perspectives, and more. Here I’ve compiled some of the questions we get the most often. They range from basic to complex, and if you have a curiosity question, leave us a comment!
We want to hear from businesses that have software challenges to share on the radio!
Oftentimes your website design might be spot on, but Google still has trouble finding, indexing, and ranking it. When you perform a Google search, Google’s programs check their index to determine the most relevant search results to be given to you. They do this by crawling and indexing, and I’ve included definitions for these terms below.
Do you use the same browser 24/7? Is it the best browser for you? Whether Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari is your current choice, there are distinct differences in speed and ease of use.
Browsers largely look and act the same: They render HTML in multiple tabs or separate windows, let you bookmark pages, and support HTTP and FTP file transfer. Within each one, however, are differences that may or may not fulfill your needs. Here’s a quick rundown of the most common browsers. What do you like to use?