This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Responsive Testing Tutorial. In the late 90s, it was an easy life for the developers. The internet was fairly new and only two browsers ruled the world wide web. The screens were fixed and small desktops … Continue reading Responsive Web Design: All You Need To Know
Seven to eight years back, CSS developers brought a fifth child into the positioning element world. The name of this element was “sticky” because all it does is get ‘stick’ to the viewport and just be in your sight (depending on the developer though).
Everything you see on the internet today is a website upfront and to build it, we need HTML and CSS. When the internet was not so gigantic, it was quite easy to develop websites. There were only a handful of browsers and complexities that were almost non-existent.
This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Mobile Testing Tutorial and Responsive Testing Tutorial. As per statcounter, in 2016, mobile internet usage surpassed computer internet usage which solidified and prioritized the mobile usage stance in the market. Another statistic by Statista conveys that … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide To Building A Mobile Friendly Website
Have you ever noticed that, while scrolling on some website on your mobile devices, scrolling ends up abruptly on some, and on other websites it’s perfect? Isn’t it annoying when you scroll down on a page, and it finishes in the middle of a paragraph or image?
Have you ever noticed how a scroll works on a webpage? What if you are not allowed to touch the mouse or the arrow keys on the keyboard. How would you scroll then?
User Interface(UI) is the first thing that the user comes in contact with on your website. A good user interface attracts the user and helps to create a distinct identity of a website.This is why it becomes vital to test your UI, before pushing your website into production.
This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Responsive Testing Tutorial. Not more than a decade ago, no one talked about the responsiveness of a website. The only mantra was, “if it fits your system, well, it fits everyone else’s”. But today, every developer’s … Continue reading How To Make Responsive Images With CSS, HTML, WordPress & More!
As a web developer there is a constant requirement to keep up with the upcoming web development trends. Developers work in an environment that is continuously evolving and need to adapt to any shifts of technology.
Companies all around the globe are making their employees work from home for the first time to tackle the outbreak of the coronavirus. And it won’t be wrong to assume that working remotely will become the new normal for many of us for some time