The web works by a series of complex events involving the client, web server, and IPS. As a web developer, it’s important to know how data flows and is eventually rendered. In this blog, we tackle those steps plus the relationship between websites, web pages, and search engines.
Plugins are independent software that add features to web pages without messing with the original code. Keep reading to learn the top advantages of using plugins on your website and some reminders to avoid poor web performance.
Hacking is a major concern for both consumers and website owners. Vulnerable websites deter users, harm brand trust, and expose sensitive data. Learn about the top 10 cybersecurity threats and what you can do to prevent them in this blog.
Building a website is a major decision that takes a considerable amount of effort and resources. Before you jump into web development and design, you need to consider your target audience, domain name, website speed, and others. Keep reading to learn more.
Site speed is a make-or-break factor in delivering a good user experience. Modern consumers are impatient and are likely to bounce when pages take too long to load. In this blog, we list 10 ways you can speed up your WordPress website.