Category: Malaysia Web Design

How Many WordPress Plugins Do You Actually Need?

How Many WordPress Plugins Do You Actually Need?

I was just adding some plugins to a couple of my clients’ WordPress websites and noticed there are 99 pages of plugins under the popular category from the WordPress plugins section. Holy Moly, that is a lot of plugins! Thank goodness for the popular tags directory and search by keyword box. Without those, some people […]

Measuring Website Performance: Discover More about Your Visitors and How They Found You

Measuring Website Performance: Discover More about Your Visitors and How They Found You

Measuring the number of visitors to your website sounds like a very obvious thing to do, but not many small businesses actually do it. Those that do don’t always know what the key measurements are or what to look for. Following the advice in this article will ensure that you are measuring the right things […]

Small Business Web Page: Design a Small Business Website

Small Business Web Page: Design a Small Business Website

Small business web development is gaining interest among small business owners. The need to popularize a business on the internet has slowly become a field of research among internet savvy business owners. With the growing popularity of internet among potential customers, creating small business web pages has become necessary for every small business owner.

Choosing Colors For Your Website – Which Colors Suit Yours?

Choosing Colors For Your Website – Which Colors Suit Yours?

Picking color theme for your website is often exciting and confusing experience. Should your website’s color theme represent your branding and identity? Does blue works better than green? Are there some psychology reason behind all the colors used on your site?

User Experience: Make it Easy to your Customers

User Experience: Make it Easy to your Customers

People loves a good user experience when they are looking for an information on the Internet. There are many things you need to consider when it comes to building a good user experience for your website, especially accessibility and the quality of your website such as providing clarity about your services and products.

Farewell Internet Explorer

Microsoft reported to drop the brand Internet Explorer for the browser in Windows 10. Currently the project is given code name Spartan. Hopefully, they are looking to also improve the components of the browser rather than just switching to another name. IE11 is not bad compared to the predecessor – but still lack behind Firefox […]

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