The question that always arises when starting a new web project for your business is should I hire a professional, or should I try to DIY?
Latest Postsfrom The Better Web Blog
5 Tips on Communicating an Issue to Web Devs
When working to solve a web issue, knowing how to communicate clearly and provide relevant information is paramount to saving time and money.
Help No One Can Find me… My Site Isn’t On Google!
To be successful today, you need to reach people where they are—online. First, get your site on Google, then get it to rank…here’s how.
Like a Change of Address Card for the Internet… 301 Redirects
Using 301 redirects correctly can ensure that users are directed to the correct page and make it easier for search engines to crawl a site.
Adding a Tool to Your Arsenal: Google Search Console
Google Search Console is a valuable tool for website owners wanting to improve their site’s visibility and performance in search results.
Refresh and Review: Caching
A website you’ve visited before loads faster than the first time you visited because your browser stores a copy of the site, a.k.a caching.
The Right to Internet
A readily apparent reason to make your website accessible is so your site can attract as many users as possible—since more visitors typically equate to more business.
Having a website that loads quickly is key to capturing a user’s gaze, but where to begin? We recommend testing your site’s page speed.
The Low Down On Lazy Loading
Lazy loading is a technique where the browser doesn’t load website images until necessary. But how does that help both websites and users?
Codes Decoded: HTTP Status Codes
When visiting a website the browser sends a request to the site’s server, then the server responds to the request with an HTTP status code.