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SSL Certificates explained: DV vs OV vs EV

By | Web Design, Web Hosting

What are SSL Certificates? Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates are digital certificates that authenticate websites and encrypt information to protect and validate data. There are three basic types of SSL Certificates that, while possessing the same purpose of encryption and protection, vary in how they are verified by an issuing…

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The perfect local SEO landing page

By | SEO, Web Design

Getting your landing page right for SEO AND have it converting to its max potential has always been quite tricky. And with the overwhelming amount of articles telling you how to do it “their way”, it’s difficult to know what actually works. Well, another one of those articles popped up,…

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5 Web Design Mistakes You Should Avoid

By | Web Design

Image by: Joe (via Flickr) With user experience being one of the MOST IMPORTANT factors of any website, web developers strive to find the perfect mix of usability and creativity. But more often than not, we’re seeing older designs that manage to drive viewers away instead of doing the opposite….

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Creating Flexible Web Layouts Using CSS

Creating Flexible Web Layouts Using CSS

By | Web Design

Last time we talked about responsive web design, we introduced a cool CSS feature called media query. This allows us to make changes to our website from a single stylesheet. We’ve demonstrated it with a simple example by changing the background color of our div – if the screen width…

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Responsive Web Design: CSS3 Media Queries

By | Web Design

I’m sure most people have already heard about the rise of responsive designs – especially if you’re interested in web design and development. Over the last few years, having a responsive website became an absolute must. The days when you had to drag and scroll your way around websites are…

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Google is evolving!

By | News, Web Design

In its 20 year history, Google’s logo has gone through quite a few changes, and while the last few were pretty subtle, this one definitely is not. They’ve custom created a new geometric sans-serif typeface and called it Product Sans, it’s designed to be light-weight (305 bytes, compared the old…

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