Tag: Speed Optimization

  • How to Improve Google Pagespeed User Interaction Metrics in WordPress

    How to Improve Google Pagespeed User Interaction Metrics in WordPress

    User Interaction is one of the critical aspects you need to concentrate on if you want to deliver a welcoming user experience. Unfortunately, you can’t sit down in their place and see your site from your visitors’ point-of-view, so you need a way to figure out how your site responds to input… read more

  • How to Manage a Large-Scale WordPress Site (5 Best Practices)

    How to Manage a Large-Scale WordPress Site (5 Best Practices)

    Every website owner and developer hopes their site takes off and becomes successful. High levels of traffic, engaged users, and a steady stream of content from multiple contributors sound great when you’re managing a small site. Of course, the reality is that handling a large-scale WordPress website is no […] read more

  • 6 Ways to Use Reviews in Your Content and Pitfalls to Avoid

    6 Ways to Use Reviews in Your Content and Pitfalls to Avoid

    Want a shortcut to creating content that will convert, resonate with your customers, and save you time? Enter third-party review websites. For content marketers, reviews are like an unending recipe book. They are your golden ticket to efficient content that converts. (A 2017 study by the Spiegel Research Center […] Read more

  • Shrink your images

    Shrink your images

    Drag and Drop JPG , PNG & WEBP Why? With Shrink Me you can reduce your image file sizes without suffering visual quality loss, and thus make your sites and apps faster for your users. It is almost impossible for the human eye […] Read more

  • 15 Tools and Resources That Will Help You Grow as a Designer

    15 Tools and Resources That Will Help You Grow as a Designer

      This article was created in partnership with BAWMedia . Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. It’s hard to stay in your web design comfort zone when trends and technologies are in a continual state of change. Many of your design and development tools might continue […] Read more

  • What Users Want More Of From Your Site

    What Users Want More Of From Your Site

    Putting yourself in the shoes of your site visitors ensures your site gives your target audience exactly what they want. While it’s a simple task to figure out basics about your typical site visitor, it isn’t always as easy to figure out what individual consumers want from your site. […] Read more

  • If You Aren’t Using Website Videos, You’re Missing These 3 Benefits

    If You Aren’t Using Website Videos, You’re Missing These 3 Benefits

      Video options abound, particularly given its growing influence on content marketing success. If you’re thinking video is best done on social media channels, you may not reap the biggest benefits. You need to create videos for your website. To make that pitch to your brand’s executives, read on and […] Read more

  • Design, prototype, share. All in XD.

    Design, prototype, share. All in XD.

    Go from concept to prototype with Adobe XD, the all-in-one UX/UI solution for designing websites, mobile apps, and more. With the new Starter plan for XD, it’s fast, easy — and free. Experience design. Redefined. Adobe XD is built for today’s UX/UI designers, with intuitive tools that eliminate speed […] Read more

  • SEO for the Mobile Index

    SEO for the Mobile Index

    How Will the New Mobile First Index Impact Your Website? Google announced that some sites would be switching over to the “mobile first” index. As usual, this led to a plethora of “the sky is falling” posts, mostly just to get a few clicks. Today, we are going to […] Read more

  • Collection of CSS snippets

    Collection of CSS snippets

    Some time ago I asked on twitter about the favorite CSS snippets people use regularly. What’s you favorite CSS snippets which you use again and again? Rules: – Has to fit in one tweet – Has to be vanilla CSS (not Sass, Less…) – You don’t have to include […] Read more

  • Oops! 17 SEO Misfires to Avoid With Website Content Marketing

    Oops! 17 SEO Misfires to Avoid With Website Content Marketing

    I doubt any marketing team can perfect its SEO and content marketing efforts. Time, degrees of expertise, and changing algorithms always get in the way. But SEO misfires abound for B2B and B2C websites and they can be avoided or at least minimized. Let’s dive in. 1. Keyword selection […] Read more

  • Admin panel made simple

    Admin panel made simple

    Features Tabler comes with tons of well-designed components and features. Clear and telling code that you won’t get lost in. It was made with care and loves so that you don’t have to spend hours […] Read more

  • 8 Server Issues That Affect WordPress (and What to Do About Them)

    8 Server Issues That Affect WordPress (and What to Do About Them)

    We always have such a laser-trained focus on our WordPress site that sometimes it’s easy to forget that problems with it may not stem from conflicting plugins , a hacked login , or a bloated theme . Sometimes it’s the underlying web server that’s at fault. In my experience, […] Read more

  • Making a multi-resolution logo

    Making a multi-resolution logo

    As a designer it’s natural to make logos for high-density displays. However when designs wind up in the real world they’re often displayed in tiny sizes – as app icons and website favicons that can be as small as 16×16 pixels. Conventional wisdom says that logos should be reproduced […] Read more

  • Principles of Design

    Principles of Design

    This site is an open source resource created to help us understand and write Design Principles. What are Design Principles? Design Principles are a set of considerations that form the basis of any good product. Why use them? Design Principles help teams with decision making. A few simple principles […] Read more

  • Shards – help to cover almost any type of interface requirements

    Shards – help to cover almost any type of interface requirements

    Shards is built with performance in mind having a small footprint and weighting ~12kb minified and gzipped. With Bootstrap 4 at its core, Shards is responsive by default being able to adapt and reflow its layout to any screen size. Everything new in Shards is well documented so you […] Read more