5 Tips for UX Design Pop-Ups to Improve User Experience On Your Website


All profit-driven online stores are determined to get more conversions from their website visitors, encouraging them to purchase or at least subscribe. Numerous e-commerce stores are using onsite retargeting to increase their conversion rates, and their results speak volumes. Using pop-ups on the well-planned UX Design will improve the user experience. The common feature that…

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Canonical URLs: A Brief Guide to Canonical Tags


If you want to learn all about SEO then you must get upper-hand knowledge about canonicalization first. You need to start with the setup of canonical URLs. But you must keep in mind that if you implement it incorrectly, it can create lots of problems which can have a negative influence on the performance of…

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The Most Common Graphics Design Errors and How to Avoid Them


Graphics on the web currently play one of the most important roles, and design is the first thing your potential customers notice. It is, therefore, necessary to create a pleasant and, above all, easy-to-use interface in which they will easily navigate and will not be in the dark. Here's a summary of the rules to…

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Stay up to Date with Continuous Integration Notification Systems


Whether everything went according to plan or if a mistake was made, you still want to be informed right away. Therefore, using a notification system is essential. Before reading it, I strongly recommend you read our previous articles on continuous integration. In the first article, we explain what continuous integration is and why it should…

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Continuous Integration (CI) in Practice – #3


Continuous integration is an essential tool for developers. When launching programmes into operation, mistakes are efficiently prevented thanks to automation and standardisation. Before you jump into reading this article, be sure to check both articles in the series: Continuous Integration (CI) in Practice - #1 and Continuous Integration (CI) in Practice - #2. CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION AND…

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Continuous Integration (CI) in Practice – #2


There are many different systems available for task recording, document generation, team communication, and deployment. This article's second instalment will demonstrate how these tools may be used to create a productive system. You can get a lot of advantages by integrating these otherwise independently operating tools. You should not forget to read the first article…

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Continuous Integration (CI) in Practice – #1


The practical benefits and drawbacks of incorporating continuous integration (CI) into (not just) a web integrator context, what is easy and what is difficult, what demands attention, whether we are talking about tools or people. Continuous integration is an essential component of the efficient development of online applications in today's era of intense competition and…

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Web Applications in the Cloud Environment – #2


In the first part of this article, we learned about traditional cloud service models, the principles of developing PHP applications for deployment in this environment, and lastly the concepts of cloud operation economics. In the second half of this article, we will discuss our practical experience with deploying a PHP system that was not initially…

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Web Applications in the Cloud Environment – #1


Cloud-based platforms are becoming increasingly popular as an operating environment for web applications. What benefits do they have over traditional "on-premises" infrastructure or traditional web hosting? And what new possibilities (from the perspective of the web integrator) can the cloud offer to the architecture of LAMP-based web systems? These, and many other topics, will be…

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