At some point every website editor faces the same problem: not getting enough traffic. The good news is that you are not alone. You may have thought it would be easier, after all there are over 300 million blogs out there so how hard can it be?! News flash: you are not only competing with […]
These days Bitcoin is the most well-known digital currency in the world, we cannot ignore it. Bitcoin is here to stay and I’d like to share some simple information about Bitcoins and how you can we use them.
A little bit like in fashion, web design is more and more dependent on trends. Trends come and go, and some stick around for years, when they greatly improve user experience. My 2 last speaking engagements were about “Web Design Trends”, so I decided to share what I believe best resumes the top 15 trends […]
A Contact page is part of almost every company’s website. Keep reading and discover some simple tips that’ll help you build a solid contacts page in DNN. The goal The image below exemplifies what we want to achieve with this tutorial: a simple and organized contacts page, where your customers and visitors can easily reach […]
Changing the look of the login page is probably one of the things we first need to do when setting up a new WordPress website. In this tutorial we will present some simple ways to customize WordPress login page logo and form. There are some cool plugins to use too!
By default SharePoint 2013 detects if the site is being displayed in a mobile device and shows the content in a very simplified portal that remove most of the features. Sometimes you just want more control over your mobile website. Deactivating this view can be useful if you want to get the full site to […]
By default SharePoint web part editor is static and sometimes the web part and the editor are not visible at the same time. To change this behavior I came across this solution originally developed by Matthew Koon which I tweaked a little to work both with BindTuning themes and the original Seattle theme. SharePoint default […]
By default SharePoint 2013 doesn’t have a breadcrumb (like the 2010 version used to have). This was a very helpful feature to navigate back in your site and some users really miss it. This post was updated on 12th June 2014 to solve the missing icon issue reported by some users. The good news is […]
While mobile market has been growing up and mobile web apps become popular, there was an open source UI framework arising which really cares about mobile design, touch events oriented called jQuery Mobile. No, it’s not a jQuery Mobile version. This is a common misconception, probably due to its name. But the truth is jQuery […]