How to Develop Website with Responsive Design?

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responsive-designResponsive design is just about the new web regular. Many businesses have accepted the task and also have created specific style solutions (such as for example just mobile) or have attempted to address the problem cross-platform. In this post we will tale a look at the most important tips together with locallogy: responsive website design in order to help you with responsive web design process.
Planning: As always, arranging is the quantity one priority. As soon as you solve your style challenges in writing, you are prepared to build your site.
Look at a Mobile First Technique: That's where you construct the mobile web site first, then level up and construct the tablet and desktop computer designs. Among the major concerns for several three is the logo design and/or text. If the written text is easy to learn on the mobile gadget you then shouldn’t  have any problems with the tablet or desktop computer.
Build the appearance and Feel of one's Site Initial: Some firms, like Jiffy Software program, build the complete layout of the user interface first, before performing any coding. This ensures the look is had by them and feel the client wants before they perform any coding. When building a design for a mobile web site, one essential concern is making the control keys large plenty of for a fingertip. Another concern is keeping the look both simple, yet functional. Many developers tend to add a great deal to a mobile user interface, which can cause style and usability problems. When in question, keep it simple.
Images: When developing responsive style layouts, create optimized pictures for each layout. This reduces bandwidth and scaling issues. Take advantage of JPEG, GIF and PNG-8 file formats. In no way use PNG since it can bloat your documents sizes by 5-10 times.
Limit the usage of Text on Mobiles: Only use what’s essential, rather than attempting to reproduce your desktop web site on mobile device. The latter will create long scrolling web pages, which can make you lose viewers.
Clean Design: That is especially essential with responsive design. Be sure you strip aside all non-essentials when designing your website. This can improve page loading period.
With responsive design, overall performance is everything. Contemplating such things as exact coding, testing template parts, optimizing images, etc, most of these will contribute to websites that load quick and perform well.

The Ultimate Guide to Developing an Actionable SEO Audit

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SEO Audit Ultimate Guide
Editor’s Note: When we say “Ultimate Guide,” we mean it! Here’s a handy table of contents to help navigate the post: Introduction: Let’s figure out.

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What it takes to win with customer experience management

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Customer service is important. Super important. If you underestimate the importance of excellent customer service, chances are somewhat slim to win your customers as your most important influencers. In this blog post, you’ll find everything you need to know about customer experience and why it truly matters for your business. So better let’s get started. […]

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Running 3D graphics inside the browser with Three.JS. A first review by Usersnap.

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Over the last few years, browsers got some super powers. They evolved from simple viewers for HTML & CSS to platforms executing our beloved web applications. With developments, such as WebGL or tracking.js, developers can do incredible things inside browsers. Recently we stumbled upon Three.js. So we decided to do a review on how browsers […]

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We Are Developers. Are you too? A conference review.

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Yes – we are developers. At least we’re pretty techy at Usersnap. And if a developer conference is taking place in your hometown, you know where to find us. Yesterday I joined the We Are Developer Conference in Vienna, and today I’m going to share the best learnings and insights what the developer scene in […]

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How to use the Usersnap Bug Tracker? 11 Tips and Best Practices.

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Bug Tracking is a constant endeavour that is paying off with time. Bug tracking has a positive influence on customer satisfaction and conversion rates, a topic which I have explored in an earlier blog post. Today I want to share a few tips and best practices on how to use the Usersnap bug tracker with […]

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10 mistakes to avoid when tracking bugs. A glimpse into the world of bug tracking.

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Errors happen during the entire web development cycle. And that’s perfectly normal. No matter how hard a team tries, errors creep into projects. But this means that there is always room for improvement. You’ll find hundreds of lists out there talking about mistakes that can be avoided during web development projects. However, most of these […]

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7 Excellent Open Source Bug Tracking Tools unveiled by Usersnap

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Over the last few years, developers got some super powers. Or at least, technologies enabled developers to do amazing things. And that’s incredible. However, there is one big challenge that comes with every new website or app. Something we – the tech-savvy people – call “a bug”. And those bugs are giving us, the developers, […]

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A day in the life of a software tester. A starter’s guide to software testing.

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Your software application is acting weird: it’s crashing during quality analysis and the front-end application isn’t working as expected! You need a software testing team to figure out the problem areas of your application. The testing team finds and reports bugs to the developers. The testers just saved the project team from a nightmare! That’s […]

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6 Tips For a Successful User Acceptance Testing Plan

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A while ago, we published an article on “What User Acceptance Testing is all about” and a follow up article on “5 UAT Testing Types”. Since then, we got a lot of feedback from users and people asking for further advice on the topic of UAT. Therefore we decided to sum up all those inquiries […]

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GitLab vs GitHub. Key differences & similarities explained by Usersnap

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There’s a lot of content out there on GitHub, and the developer community seems to entirely love GitHub. It’s the software that helps us build more great software. While GitHub is going mainstream and is now more and more morphing into the business life of software development, we see ourselves confronted with the question of […]

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We benchmarked 12 major web development blogs and analyzed their website performance.

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In mid 2015 we conducted a lot of performance improvements for our website and blog. And we continuously did our homework. Just last week we did a major website speed upgrade for our blog. So, we thought it would be fun to benchmark our web development blog with some other major web development & design […]

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New Course Roundup: JavaScript, Bootstrap, RxJava & Project Reviews

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of April 25, 2016. COURSES JavaScript Unit Testing – Guil Hernandez & Joseph Fraley In this course, you’ll use Behavior Driven...

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New Course Roundup: Swift & Development Tools

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of May 2, 2016. COURSES Closures in Swift 2 – Pasan Premaratne One of the more powerful features in Swift...

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Thanks For Being Awesome, Treehouse Teachers!

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This #TeacherAppreciationWeek we’re proud to celebrate our team of inspiring teachers and guest teachers, who are leading the way for us to change the lives of our students each day. We’re thankful for their vibrant personalities, dedication to our mission, determination to...

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Five Ways to Validate Your Idea

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A friend once said to me, “dude, I have an idea for a billion dollar website.” I’ve heard this type of thing many times before, but I entertained him, “oh yeah? What is it?” I asked. His enthusiasm growing, “it’s...

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From Nanny to JavaScript Developer in 6 months: An Interview With Techdegree Student Ashley Clifton

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This week we introduced the Treehouse Techdegree, a new comprehensive program for students to master the career-changing skills they need to become a developer. There are over half a million well-paying jobs in the Tech industry waiting to be filled,...

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Take Control of Your Future and Become a Certified Developer with a Techdegree

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Over the years, Treehouse has helped over half a million students across the world to learn valuable coding skills, and many have achieved career and life-changing success as a result. During this time we’ve learned a great deal from our students...

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How to Ask Your Boss for a Learning Budget

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You like learning new things. You’re interested. You don’t want to be put in a box. You’re a firm believer in T-shaped skillsets. You have a few super powers up your sleeve. Now, you’ve decided you want training in a...

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A beginner’s guide to deploying static sites with versioning and rollbacks using Flightplan

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With the rise of cheap VPS (Virtual Private Server) services and the increase of complexity in the architecture of new web applications, deployment processes are becoming a very important topic and a skill to master to some extent. Long gone the days when we just needed a cheap hosting service and an FTP access to […]

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Treehouse, at work!

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So, you love learning with Treehouse, right? Did you know there’s a Treehouse plan for businesses and organizations? Check it out! Just imagine the possibilities! Your development team could finally make that iOS or Android app they’ve been dreaming about....

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New Course Roundup: PHP, JavaScript, Game Dev and Android

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of April 11, 2016. WORKSHOPS Basic Error Handling in PHP – Alena Holligan An undeniable fact of software development...

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Bundling Angular with webpack

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I love building Angular applications. Because Angular is so modular you can separate your JavaScript code like your controllers and services into multiple files. But adding all of the script references to my HTML file is painful. If only there...

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How to Identify a Great Junior Hire For Your Dev Team

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Are you looking to hire a junior developer this year? Great idea! Creating a talent pipeline now that helps you fill your development team later with skilled workers who know your business is the best way to prepare for changes...

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New Course Roundup: PHP & Swift

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of April 18, 2016. COURSES Integrating PHP with Databases – Alena Holligan Building a PHP-driven page is the first...

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How to Design a Useful Wireframe

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The backbone of a structured digital project, wireframing is one of the earliest and most important design activities. Wireframes allow the team to answer crucial questions about layouts, navigation, visual hierarchy, information architecture, and content priority from the start. In...

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We like fun games and we cannot lie

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Here at Treehouse, we’re big fans of games. A quick game of Street Fighter at lunch, ping pong during a break, or Spyfall after work. Games help us get to know each other, collaborate better and have a little fun,...

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#CodingWisdom: 6 Tips For Beginners

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If you’re new to coding, you’re in for an exciting learning adventure. What may seem overwhelming at the start, will soon be familiar, exciting and even motivating. However, to accompany the highs, there will be a few lows. You’ll likely encounter...

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Six Great Books for Coders that Aren’t About Coding

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In an industry that moves as quickly as programming, you could easily spend every waking second of your life plowing through books and blogs that are relevant to your work, especially in the first few years of learning to code....

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A beginner’s guide to deploying static sites with versioning and rollbacks using Flightplan

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With the rise of cheap VPS (Virtual Private Server) services and the increase of complexity in the architecture of new web applications, deployment processes are becoming a very important topic and a skill to master to some extent. Long gone the days when we just needed a cheap hosting service and an FTP access to […]

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7 Handpicked UX Tools for Designers

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A master of UX design needs to master many skillsets: graphic design, prototyping, user research, and design collaboration. Luckily, there’s no shortage of tools to help these individual skills. Here are 7 tools we’ve found useful for mastering UX design....

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5 Tips to Have the Most Productive (and Awesome) Internship Program

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It’s almost summer, and you know what that means. Soon you’ll be welcoming bright-eyed summer interns to your team! An internship program is a great opportunity for them to get experience, but also a great opportunity for you to lay...

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New Course Roundup: Java, Swift, Unity and Android

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of March 28, 2016. COURSES Hibernate Basics – Chris Ramacciotti Most meaningful applications you will write will have a database...

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Amanda’s Story: Turning a High School Passion into a Career

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    A basic web design class in high school introduced Amanda to a passion for the web. However, it wasn’t until 10 years later, when Amanda was stuck in a dead end job that she decided to go back...

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Kyle’s Story: Building a Valuable Online Resource For My High School

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  14-year-old Kyle was drawn to the endless opportunities to create and share on the web. In the 8th-grade he began to dive into coding and built a basic website, Study Central for his fellow students to share study guides....

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New Course Roundup: Android & iOS

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of April 4, 2016. COURSES Animations and Transitions – Ben Jakuben This course teaches how to implement animations on Android, with...

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Welcome, New Treehouse Teachers!

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We are very excited to welcome three new teachers to the Treehouse team! These awesome teachers/developers are excited to create new content for PHP, C#, and .NET and bring years of valuable industry experience to the team. We asked Alena, James and Carling...

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Getting Started With GitHub Basics

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Getting started using GitHub can be hard. Even working at GitHub I’m still learning how to use it and finding out about new features. If you’re new to programming it might seem like one more thing to learn. So what’s...

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A beginner’s guide to deploying static sites with versioning and rollbacks using Flightplan

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With the rise of cheap VPS (Virtual Private Server) services and the increase of complexity in the architecture of new web applications, deployment processes are becoming a very important topic and a skill to master to some extent. Long gone the days when we just needed a cheap hosting service and an FTP access to […]

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New Course Roundup: HTTP, Django, CSS & Android

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of March 14, 2016. COURSES HTTP Basics – Chris Ramacciotti In this course, we’ll take a look at the underlying method...

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Alexander’s Story: Becoming an iOS Developer at 15

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From playing with his first iPod touch at a young age, Alexander was fascinated by iOS and aspired to create his own apps. Over the upcoming years, Alexander’s appreciation for technology grew and he realized the best way to see...

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New Course Roundup: REST API, Java, Django and JavaScript

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of March 21, 2016. COURSES REST API Basics – Kenneth Love Many of the APIs you’ll encounter on the Web use...

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Joshua’s Story: Making the Jump to a Tech Career

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Joshua was a Business Development Manager but knew it wasn’t the career he wanted in the long-term. He had a background in marketing and often found himself with technical ideas, but without the skills to execute them. So he decided to...

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9 of The Best Free UX e-Books

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  Looking for some expert techniques to give you an edge in UX design? We’ve rounded up a selection of our favorite e-books from the Web that you can download right now for free. 1. The Psychology of Web UI Design...

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A beginner’s guide to deploying static sites with versioning and rollbacks using Flightplan

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With the rise of cheap VPS (Virtual Private Server) services and the increase of complexity in the architecture of new web applications, deployment processes are becoming a very important topic and a skill to master to some extent. Long gone the days when we just needed a cheap hosting service and an FTP access to […]

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New Course Roundup: Swift

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of February 15, 2016. COURSES Build a Vending Machine App in Swift 2.0 – Pasan Premaratne In this course, you will...

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You Don’t Need to be Indebted to Your Education

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In recent years, the escalating state of student debt in the United States has become an increasing concern. But unfortunately, awareness hasn’t improved the situation. Here’s where we stand at the start of 2016: The number of young people taking...

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HTML and CSS: Still Relevant for Designers in 2016

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If you’re a designer trying to stay current you may be feeling some pressure to learn one of the many new web programming languages that are “hot” right now (React, Angular, etc.). Not only because these languages are gaining in...

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New Course Roundup: GitHub & Python

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of February 8, 2016. COURSES GitHub Basics – Kyle Daigle and Alyson La GitHub is a collaboration platform built on top of...

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