We’ve been at this a long time; it seems like a lifetime ago that Gavick put out its first, flash-based theme back in 2007. At the time it was just a couple of people trying to put their hobby to good use; it wasn’t really expected to grow quite as much as it did. Over time our team and experience grew; flash-based websites went the way of the dodo as our focus shifted to creating modern Joomla! and WordPress themes that used all the emerging concepts and technologies such as CSS3, HTML5, responsive design and parallax effects; things move quickly in the online world, so there was always something new to learn.
If you are a PHP, JavaScrip or HTML5/CSS programmer then you might be wondering if there are any free editor with autocomplete feature?
Most new, but conscious client wants a mobile version of their website. A few months ago most of web designers have suggested building a separate mobile template. However, because of the large number of mobile devices it was a difficult task. For many websites, creating a mobile version for each resolution and new device would be impossible or sometimes impractical.
A few years ago to find out what CMS was built visited by us website you had to know the characteristics of a particular content management system. Since when available is Wappalyzer that knowledge recedes into the background.
The best-known HTTP server response code is probably 404 error pointing to a non-existing page.
Two former Facebook developers have created a new database (MemSQL) that they say is the world’s fastest and a video to demonstrate its superiority compared to MySQL.
Can we talk about failure of another Google? People do not want to pay for something that was so far free. Company from Mountain View failed to maintain current prices for access to the Google Maps API.
Here is a sobering statistic: On a daily basis, Google identifies about 9500 dangerous websites (nearly 300,000 per month!) — triple the number found only two years ago. Threats detected include sites which distribute malware and those involved with phishing for personal information. Niels Provos, a member of the Google security team, recently announced this through their blog.
The popularity of certain websites, particularly news-related sites, has been on the decline. This is largely due to the proliferation of websites competing for attention. I believe the number of users regularly using a single news or information portal is not declining, but rather that visitors are not committed to remaining for very long at the same information site.