Design

Create SEO-friendly URLs for Web Images with Cloudinary

September 13th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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URLs for images are typically not useful for search engines because they’re comprised of an extensive list of random characters. To boost your site’s SEO ranking, you need concise, meaningful image file names that make it possible for search engines to extract information about a picture. Because uploaded image files rarely have descriptive names, it poses a challenge for developers and site content managers,...

Plugins

Sitemap With WordPress: A Table of Contents for Your Readers

September 13th, 2016
by Andreas Hecht
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A professional blog is not only useful because it offers valuable content that the visitors like to read. Many other aspects also play a significant role when it comes to a professional appearance. One of them is the highest possible user-friendliness, as a good blogger will always think about his visitors first. To allow them to find the information they’re looking for as fast...

Inspiration

Fixed: Google Analytics and the Warning “Leverage Browser Caching”

September 12th, 2016
by Andreas Hecht
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When optimizing your website’s speed while following the GooglePage Speed Insights guidelines, you’ll know this alert. Activate “Leverage Browser Caching” for the Google Analytics Script. Often, this alert is to be blamed when a website doesn’t reach the infamous 100 of 100 PageSpeed points. That’s exactly where the problem is, because how can you cache a file that is not on your server? Today,...

Development

20 Exceptional Three.js Experiments

September 9th, 2016
by Nataly Birch
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Getting the most out of advanced JavaScript APIs has come into fashion these days. Mind-blowing Chrome experiments driven by WebGL,  personal portfolios of creative art directors that are marked by high-end abstract animations based on Three.js, or just hero sections that are set in motion with the help of Tween.js, all these libraries are extremely popular nowadays. They power projects that are so overwhelming and awe-inspiring that even...

(Free) Services

Top 6 Reasons Designers Should Use JotForm

September 8th, 2016
by Dieter Petereit
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JotForm’s Form Designer is a tool Noupe readers already know quite well. Throughout the years we have covered all of JotForm extensively because we are entirely convinced of its value. Today we present you the six most important reasons why you as a designer should be using JotForm. Reason 01: The Point-and-Click CSS Form Theme Designer Form Designer is the most advanced form designing...

Design

Images Solved: Cloudinary is a One-Stop-Shop for Web Developers

September 7th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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As we develop web projects, we always want to enhance our end users’ experience. We want the sites to be fast and use minimal bandwidth, while also being visually impressive. Use of images is the key to making sites visually appealing, but in most cases they do not load fast and they add unneeded weight to the site. But this doesn’t have to be...

Design

Cookies & Co.: Storage Options in the Browser

September 6th, 2016
by Denis Potschien
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For the longest time, cookies were the only option to store information locally within the browser. Even today they are mainly used in combination with server-side sessions. However, thanks to HTML5, we have another option to locally deposit data in the browser. There’s the “Application Cache”, as well as “Web Storage”, and IndexedDB. But what are the different storage options there for and what can...

Design

Images for Websites: Common Mistakes and Solutions

September 5th, 2016
by Andreas Hecht
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Today, in the year 2016, all modern websites are rich of media, with even large format images being used. On average, images have a loading volume share of over 60 percent. This should be enough reason to take care of the optimization of photos and graphics, as well as to uncover the most common mistakes. Many mistakes when it comes to images are made...

Business Online

How to Protect Your Website From Content Theft

September 2nd, 2016
by Andreas Hecht
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Content theft is not an attractive issue. Many bloggers that are in the business for a while have already had to experience this. Sometimes, content was ever so slightly changed, sometimes it was a blunt copy. This brings up the question what can be done to prevent content theft. First things first: You’re definitely not alone with this problem. I’ve had some of my...

Plugins

RegistrationMagic: WordPress Plugin for Extensive Forms

September 1st, 2016
by Denis Potschien
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Despite all of its functions and popularity, there’s one thing that WordPress is missing: the option to create and implement forms out of the box. However, adequate features can easily be added thanks to plenty of plugins. RegistrationMagic is a plugin that sticks out from the rest, as it provides very extensive options for the creation and management of forms, while being equipped with...

Inspiration

20 Code Snippets for Clean and Stylish Contact Forms

August 31st, 2016
by Nataly Birch
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Several text inputs with accompanying labels and a huge prominent CTA at the end to submit a form and send it to the recipient – usually, a contact form looks exactly like that. And it seems that there are no difficulties in generating one at home. Not so fast, however, there are some pitfalls. For example, do you need your feedback form to be...

Business Online

How to Protect Your Website From Content Theft

August 30th, 2016
by Andreas Hecht
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Content theft is not an attractive issue. Many bloggers that are in the business for a while have already had to experience this. Sometimes, content was ever so slightly changed, sometimes it was a blunt copy. This brings up the question what can be done to prevent content theft. First things first: You’re definitely not alone with this problem. I’ve had one of my...