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How To Master Fireworks’ CSS Properties Panel And CSS Professionalzr

Today, being a designer is about much more than drawing beautiful interfaces in Photoshop or Fireworks. To properly design a website or application, a UI designer must understand the technology with which their products will be built; therefore, they must have a minimum set of front-end development skills. The World Wide Web is not static. Quite the opposite: It’s responsive 1 , fluid 2 , evolving 3 and eve ...

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Upcoming Web Design Events (Dec. 2014 – June 2015)

The year may be slowly coming to an end, but there are still so many exciting conferences to keep in mind before we turn our calendars over to 2015. Our industry’s indefatigable speakers aren’t quite done yet! We have to admit though, 2014 was a truly exciting year! With so much happening in the industry, conference organizers have done their best to keep you up to date. Take a look at some of the amazing e ...

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Upcoming Web Design Events (Dec. 2014 – June 2015)

The year may be slowly coming to an end, but there are still so many exciting conferences to keep in mind before we turn our calendars over to 2015. Our industry’s indefatigable speakers aren’t quite done yet! We have to admit though, 2014 was a truly exciting year! With so much happening in the industry, conference organizers have done their best to keep you up to date. Take a look at some of the amazing e ...

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Google Algorithm Update Promotes Mobile-Friendly Searching

Google Algorithm Update Promotes Mobile-Friendly Searching is a post by SEO expert Melissa McGibbon . For information about our SEO services or more great SEO tips and tricks, visit the SEO.com blog . Does your site pass the mobile-friendly test? While you were busy shopping for your Thanksgiving turkey Google quietly implemented another algorithm that affects websites that haven’t converted to a responsive ...

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How to Use Source Maps for Better Preprocessor Debugging

CSS preprocessors have become an indispensable tool for most front-end developers. However, despite the many advantages they provide, using tools like LESS, Stylus or Sass also present new problems, one of which we’re going to talk about (and solve) in this tutorial. The Problem Unless you’re working on a small website with very few pages, it’s a common best practice to divide the stylesheet into several mo ...

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8 Lessons I’ve Learned About Using Google Analytics at Scale

Like many websites, we use Google Analytics to track data about our visitors and what they do on our sites. However, Tuts+ is a fair bit bigger than a lot of those sites, and at our size, we run into a few problems using it. Here's what I've learned about working with Google Analytics at scale. 1. Slice Data Into Smaller Date Ranges to Deal With Sampling Issues Google Analytics will only return 500,000 rows ...

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Don’t Get Lost In Translation: How To Conduct Website Localization

A common mistake with localized websites is considering the translated content to be just another version of the pages in the original language. Translation isn’t everything. Of course, for the user it’s all about the content : Is the content relevant and understandable and in line with the user’s cultural context? As pointed out in Entrepreneur 1 : “According to research firm IDC, web users are four times ...

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Proving the Value of SEO

Proving the Value of SEO is a post by SEO expert SEO.com . For information about our SEO services or more great SEO tips and tricks, visit the SEO.com blog . Have you read (or been bludgeoned by) all those articles about how SEO is supposedly dead? Or do you feel that, despite getting plenty of traffic and rankings, you’re not actually obtaining any new customers? Are you wondering if all your SEO efforts a ...

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