“Google.com is the GOD of Internet”. We all know that. God loves all its children and so does Google. But Google has so many children that it keeps forgetting their names. Some children are active, some are lazy, and some are even naughty. It must be reminded about the children each and every day. If a new child is born, there are quick ways to remind the God about its … Continue Reading
In the world of computer programming, schema can be defined as the overall structure for a database. As per the Schema.org website, Schema markup is the code that you integrate with your website to help the search engines return more informative results for your users. If someone has ever used rich snippets, they’ll understand exactly what schema markup is all about. When you include content in your HTML pages, the … Continue Reading
If you are running a website or a blog, it becomes essential to keep track of different statistics that serve as a benchmark for all the hard work that you have done. These statistics may include your search engine rankings, incoming links, keyword density, traffic monitoring, code validation, website speed, mobile compatibility etc. Today I will take you through such free website testing tools that simply kick ass. If you … Continue Reading
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Today, Elegantthemes.com will be launching their brand new, much anticipated WordPress theme – Divi. According to this Sneak Peak Post, they claim Divi to be the most powerful WordPress theme ever created by Elegant Themes. Their team has been working hard on the development of this theme and has integrated many robust features … Continue Reading
I’m sure everyone of us wants to have good relationships with people around us. Well, the same opinion holds true for WordPress development as well. Once you’ve chosen to work with WordPress developers, it’s absolutely essential for you to develop a healthy work relation with them. There should be a mutual understanding between you and the developer. This becomes even more important under cases where there’s no face-to-face interaction between … Continue Reading