Google’s AMP Vs Facebook’s Instant Articles for Faster Loading on Mobile Devices

Google AMP & FB Instant Article

Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)

Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), launched to the world this week, and it’s got a big partner announcing support for the format today: WordPress.com. Google released AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) to making the web quicker on your smartphone. The company just added AMP – enabled pages in its mobile search results. From Yesterday, any site on WordPress.com now automatically supports AMP.

 

The idea behind AMP was to create an open-source framework that publishers could contribute to that would help speed up the mobile Web.

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To Clean up Your Code – CSS Variables Finally Landing in Chrome

CSS Variables

 

 

Designers who have developed any size Website have had this issue: when you have to change one of your image’s hues it’s no simple accomplishment, requiring a hazardous pursuit and replace or hunting down every instance of its use.

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Why you must upgrade your e-business to Magento 2 ?

Magento Upgrade

 
Programmers who care.
Magento Upgrades that won’t break your site.

 

Need help upgrading to Magento 2.0 ?  Click Here >>

 

If you are an eCommerce business you must be wondering whether it is useful to upgrade your business to the newly launched Magento 2. This write-up discusses about the latest updated version of the eCommerce framework that will help you make up your mind. Meanwhile, we are a team of Magento 2 developers with many years of hands-on experience in developing eCommerce portals and here is our take on Magento 2.

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Super Six Tips to get started with Responsive Web Design

responsive web design

 

Responsive web design service can be well expressed as the most diversified activity with multiple variation in styles and qualities. One of the crucial factors of achievement in Responsive design is creativity and best ability to design a most attractive site for both mobile users and desktop users.

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Now Google Index First HTTPS Pages Before HTTP Equivalent Page

Google Indexing

In a bid to further protect its users from cyber attacks, Google has announced that it will start prioritizing secure HTTPS URLs over regular HTTP ones, even if they don’t have any links pointing to them.

 

Typically, having lots of relevant links has been among the top ‘techniques’ for sites to rise in Google’s ranking. (more…)

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