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14.02.2014 - 02:43

How can you get your blog in top of searches? What makes your website work? What is CSS? Why do you need to use alt-texts on images? Who is reading your blog? Why doesn't your site look so great on mobile devices and how to fix it? How can you make commenting easier for your readers? What's the difference between responsive and mobile website? Is everything on web scary and dangerous? You can be a total novice with...

19.01.2014 - 03:32

Have you ever embedded a video from YouTube or a song from Spotify on a responsive website? Unless there's some sort of css-trick to fix the width and height of the video, it will be oversized and impossible to view on narrow screens. The simple fix would be to add inside media queries the desired width and height as auto. That works with images. However it doesn't really work with iframes. For them the height gets...

14.12.2013 - 03:46

Previously the Google ads had static sizes, width and height that remained the same no matter what size your screen was. It was a problem, since wide ads would crop on the smaller screens and smaller ads weren't very effective on the wider ones. Now Google AdSense advertisement is working better on responsive websites. There's an actual responsive ad version, which you can use with media queries to change the ad...

07.12.2013 - 04:00

Both my Second Life blog and brand site look now better than ever. This design has been hanging as a PSD-file on my Mac since last spring. I just hadn't built it and published the new sites. Not until now. The look is simple, crafty and of course girly. It's coloring is based in peachy tones with basic grey, black and white. The brand and blog, while being separate sites, are very much connected. Therefore I used...

29.11.2013 - 23:39

I was looking for a simple way to add Instagram photos by a certain user or under a certain hashtag to a website, when I stumbled upon SnapWidget. With SnapWidget you don't have to do magic tricks and conduct a seance to get photos by ANY Instagram user (I'm guessing the public profiles only) or ANY hashtag. SnapWidget is a pretty simple widget that comes as a free and paid versions. The free version includes ads...