Loading speed of your web pages is one of your biggest priorities when it comes to providing quality to people (and clients). When it comes to any optimization or customization of your files and code, it is great idea to make copies of those files and save them on some safe place just in case that something might not end as it should. One version will be the normal – readable – and the second one will be the minified one. This will make it easier to make any changes to code in the future. Sure, you can find many …
When HTML5 was introduced by W3C for the first time, some people though that it will be end for long life of div tag. These people saw new sectioning elements of HTML5 as a new thing that will replace the divs. As we see today, they were wrong. But there are still people who don’t know when to use which tag. It is also confusing for beginners who want to dive into web design or development. Let’s take a closer look.
Good looking web page is important right? People browsing the world wide web want to look at something beautiful and have positive experience, not look at some shitty crap. While the loading speed of your page might be important factor for page’s success, only few visitors have timer with them while they browse. If your page is not tragically slow, then the visual side is the most important thing of your work.
Couple of articles about typography was already written on this blog. Today, I want to tell you what typography is about and to explain some basic terms for expanding your knowledge. Typography is one of the most important parts of any design (maybe the most important). It can bring your work to next level or take you down.
Coding skills are less and less important for anyone who wants to build web pages. How far will this go? Will we come into future where knowing HTML and CSS will be worthless and where everything on the web will be coded by software and robots?
We have many options to chose from if we want to save some time of developing new web page and go with some framework. Are these frameworks the ways we should go or should we avoid them as fast as possible? What are their pros and cons and are they suitable for someone who never saw HTML code before?