Situational Design for the Web

During the browser wars, interesting problems presented themselves to the web design community. Many web professionals resorted to drastic measures and built separate websites for IE and Netscape — and later we had wireless markup language (WML) for mobile phones. This was because of inconsistent rendering and poorly implemented standards, and it was a means of avoiding the ugly hacking that was otherwise necessary.

This practice has evolved over the years (take print-friendly pages, for example), but the modern web almost shuns the practice entirely.


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Ultimate Guide to the New Facebook Page Design

Recently, Facebook rolled out a major overhaul of their Pages. We studied the new design extensively to see what was new and improved. In this guide, we will go through the Facebook page changes and their impact, from a design, usability and web development perspective.


8 Excellent WordPress SEO Plugins

WordPress is one the most popular tools for publishing content on the web. Everything from e-commerce websites to blogs can be developed using WordPress. Additionally, the WordPress community has built up a huge offering of free themes and plugins to make it easy for newcomers to get content published on the web quickly and easily.


5 Tips to Consider Before Giving Out Discounts

A discount is a reduction to the standard price of a particular product or service. Discounts have an old and quite strategic place in market history, and as with every strategy, they can work either for or against your business. Their success depends on several factors, such as the developmental stage of your business (newly founded, growing, long-standing presence, etc.), your number of clients and the way you handle them, and your pricing strategy.


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