Business Online

Content Strategies to Increase E-Commerce Success

May 16th, 2016
by Florian Beischall
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Content Strategies

Today’s article is about content strategies for online shops. In this post, we’ll tell you why it is wise to think long-term and goal-focused as an online shop, as well as which content strategies are recommendable to generate more traffic and achieve success. The Basics of Long-term Content Marketing The foundation of successful content marketing is usually created with a strategic placement of the...

Cartoons

Cartoon: In Ten Years From Now

May 15th, 2016
by Dieter Petereit
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Cartoon: In Ten Years From Now

Today I refuse to work with any new tool that takes more than a little effort to learn it. The reason is simple. In the last 25 years of building web experiences for clients, I have learned one thing for sure. You never stop learning, and each new tool has a life span that’s shorter than that of the average mayfly. Putting too much effort...

Business Online

SEO: 7 Rules of Thumb for Internal Links

May 14th, 2016
by Florian Beischall
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SEO: 7 Rules of Thumb for Internal Links

Internal linking is a great tool for any website owner, but its potential often is not maxed out. Thus, this article is supposed to give you an overview of the advantages on well thought-out internal links, as well as a couple of rules of thumb. Internal Links and Their Purpose Internal links, which are placed in the main menu, create an additional navigation option...

Design

Flexbox Patterns: Ready-To-Use Building Blocks for Your Design

May 13th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Flexbox Patterns: Ready-To-Use Building Blocks for Your Design

If you ever delved into Flexbox as an alternative to the classic CSS box model, you probably don’t want to go back. The hitch is, that you need to deal with it in-depth, and who has enough time for that these days. Thus, we’re often stuck with old methods of getting things done, just because we know how to reach the goal using them....

Themes

Best of 2015: 100+ Free WordPress Themes

May 12th, 2016
by Nataly Birch
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Best of 2015: 100+ Free WordPress Themes

Among numerous content management systems, WordPress is the one that grabs the biggest piece of pie. It is a favorite choice whether you need to create a simple personal portfolio or a sophisticated online magazine. Even eCommerce projects can be built based on it. Its massive regularly updated repository of plugins, modules and themes is one of its main advantage over others. There is...

Apps

Ionic vs. Pure Cordova: Three Reasons Ionic Wins

May 11th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Ionic vs. Cordova: 3 Reasons Ionic Wins

Saying that one particular type of mobile development (native, cross-platform or hybrid) is the only right way to create mobile apps is similar to saying that only one programming language is the most suitable for coding. As project requirements are always unique, while tools and technologies have different qualities and, what’s more, constantly evolving, nothing can be just black and white. That’s why, even...

Tips, Tricks & Tutorials

High Speed: Really Accelerate WordPress Websites [#4]

May 11th, 2016
by Andreas Hecht
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Really Accelerate WordPress Websites

In this small series, we talk about the things that really accelerate WordPress websites. Google Page Speed Insight is not relevant for us, as this is purely about speed. We want our website to enter the millisecond area. We’ve laid the base for this in the first, second and third part. Today’s episode is about the delivery of CSS and JavaScript files. CSS and...

Design

Fontea: Using Google Fonts in Photoshop

May 10th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Fontea: Using All Google Fonts in Photoshop

The canny tool creators from Source are back. Fontea is a recently published plugin that allows you to use all Google fonts directly within Photoshop. Fontea works starting from Photoshop version 2015 on up and is free. An extension for Sketch is also announced. Comfortably Use Google Fonts on the Desktop Years ago, I presented ways to download and locally use all Google Fonts,...

Design

Simple State Manager: Responsive Web Design Made Easy

May 9th, 2016
by Denis Potschien
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Simple State Manager

Media queries allow you to react to changes in width and height of the browser’s display area. When the browser window is changed on desktop devices, or when a mobile device is changed from portrait to landscape mode, fitting stylesheets can be applied immediately with CSS and media queries. Control the behavior of the media queries via JavaScript using the JavaScript tool Simple State...

Development

3D Within the Browser: Seen.js Creates Complex Graphics and Animations for Canvas and SVG

May 8th, 2016
by Denis Potschien
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Seen.js

HTML5 and JavaScript provide all functions needed to create complex graphics and animations within the browser. For that purpose, the JavaScript library “seen.js” offers a broad array of options to build complex 3D worlds in the browser. “seen.js” is independent of jQuery or other libraries and constructs impressive 3D objects and sceneries on the basis of HTML5 Canvas and SVG. 3D within the browser,...

IMHO

The WordPress Theme Index and the Garbage Invasion

May 7th, 2016
by Andreas Hecht
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WordPress Theme Index

One theme to rule them all, one theme to find them, one theme to bring them all and in the darkness bind them. This is a rather exact description of the current situation in the official WordPress theme index. It seems as if there was only one theme left which is uploaded and presented in new versions all the time. In between, the index...

Business Online

SEO: Using Headlines Correctly

May 6th, 2016
by Florian Beischall
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SEO Headlines

Captions don’t create a top ranking on their own, but they are an important factor when it comes to rating a page. Thus, using headlines correctly is an essential task at all times. Today, I’ll show you how to use headlines appropriately and display them in the most optimal way. The heading tag is used to define headlines. Here, the different headings of a...