Bloggers will go to great lengths to optimize AdSense ads on their websites, but many focus their attention to desktop version of Blogger, mostly because it is easier to test and preview changes. However, they are missing on an ever-growing percentage of users who surf the web with their smartphones - and currently at around 25% (both mobile and tablet), the percentage is significant. If you're a Blogger user, now would be a great time to enable AdSense ads on Blogger mobile (if you haven't already done so).
September 15, 2014
September 13, 2014
Posted by Qasim Zaib on 9/13/2014
Responsive Web Design has taken web developers and designers by storm, changing the way they approach the development of a website. However, it isn't perfect and has its limitations. According to Archive.org, images constitute about 62% of the total weight of a webpage on average, suggesting that there's a need for a better way than CSS rules to deliver images responsively to a virtually infinite number of screen types and sizes. Meet the new HTML 5 Picture element.
September 11, 2014
Posted by Qasim Zaib on 9/11/2014
September 9, 2014
Posted by Qasim Zaib on 9/09/2014
Bing launched an amazing image search widget last month that let you embed images from Bing Image Search queries directly on your website. The widget displayed the image stream in a nice collage or slideshow mode, and it added a cool feature in the Bing arsenal. But owing to a lawsuit against Microsoft filed by Getty Images over the feature, it has been taken down indefinitely,. However, the already installed scripts are still functional.
September 7, 2014
Posted by Qasim Zaib on 9/07/2014
September 5, 2014
Posted by Qasim Zaib on 9/05/2014
Sitelinks are Google's way of letting users know what links could possibly be most relevant to them. They help users find content more quickly. Building upon that understanding, Google has implemented a new site search box that appears within sitelinks. This search box will make it easier for users to search for and reach specific content on your site directly from the search results page and through your own site-search pages