CategoryWeb design

CSS Zen Garden

The CSS Zen Garden is a World Wide Web development resource. The goal of the site is to showcase what is possible with CSS -based design. Style sheets contributed by graphic designers from around the world are used to the presentation of a single HTML file, producing hundreds of different designs. Aside from the CSS file, the HTML markup itself never changes. All visual differences are the result of the CSS (and supporting imagery). The site has been translated into multiple languages. Continue reading

CSS grid layout

CSS grid layout or CSS grid is a technique in CSS that allows web developers to create complex responsive web design layouts more easily and consistently across browsers. [1]There-have-been other methods used webpage layout Previously Including tables , the box model , and CSS flex box . It is currently a W3C Candidate Recommendation . [2] Continue reading

CSS hack

CSS hack is a technical coding used to hide or show CSS markup depending on the browser , version number, or capabilities. Browsers have different interpretations of CSS behavior and different levels of support for the standard W3C . CSS hacks are sometimes used to achieve consistent layout in multiple browsers that do not have compatible rendering. Most of these hacks do not work in modern versions of the browsers, and other techniques, such as feature support detection, have become more prevalent. Continue reading

CSS animations

CSS animations is a proposed module for Cascading Style Sheets that allows the animation of HTML document elements using CSS. Continue reading

Conditional how

Conditional comments are conditional statements by Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 5 through 9 in HTML source code. Conditional comments can be used to provide Internet Explorer. Conditional comments are no longer supported in IE10 and IE11. Continue reading

Cassowary (software)

Cassowary is an incremental constraint solving toolkit that efficiently solves systems of linear equalities and inequalities. Constraints may be either requirements or preferences. Client code specifies the constraints to be maintained, and the solver updates the constrained variables to have values ​​that satisfy the constraints. Continue reading

CSS Working Group

The CSS Working Group is a working group created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in 1997 to tackle issues that have not been addressed with CSS level 1. The number of members reaches 125 in April 2017. [1]

The working group is co-chaired by Rossen Atanassov and Alan Stearns . Continue reading

Xpanse CGI

Xpanse CGI is an animation design visual effects company that was founded in March 2007 by Ashraf Ghori who currently serves as Xpanse’s CEO. [1] The studio originated in and operates from Dubai, UAE . Xpanse CGI is best known for creating Levity Xero Error Minus1 , the first computer generated science fiction film produced in the UAE. [2] [3] [4] [5] Continue reading

NGP VAN

NGP VAN is a privately owned American company specializing in helping progressive campaigns and organizations leverage technology to meet their goals. [2] In 2009, the company was the largest supporter of campaign compliance software, most democratic members of Congress. [3] The company’s services-have-been Utilized by customers Such As the Obama 2008 presidential campaign , the Obama 2012 presidential campaign [4] , the Bernie Sanders 2016 presidential campaign , the Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign , the British Liberal Democrats [5] , and theLiberal Party of Canada . Its current president and CEO, Stuart Trevelyan , was a veteran of the 1992 Clinton-Gore War Room , providing research, analysis, and whip counts to the Clinton Administration as a member of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs . [6] Continue reading

Kampyle (software)

Kampyle is a software and website feedback analytics company founded in 2007 and based in Ramat Gan , Israel. [1] [2] [3] Kampyle’s feedback is used to improve the company’s ability to understand their website users and customer analytics . [4] [5] [6] [7] Kampyle was acquired by Medallia in October 2016. [8] Continue reading

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HunkSign 

HunkSign is a dynamic agency in the IT development sector whose mission is to design and implement solutions perfectly suited to the needs of its customers. Its business philosophy is to offer a real long-term strategic solution for its clients, a global vision, in order to enable them to succeed in their projects. HunkSign is not only a service provider, it is a partner in its customers’ success and achievement. Continue reading

Art. Lebedev Studio

Art. Lebedev Studio is a design firm in Russia , founded in 1995 by Artemy Lebedev .

The studio creates industrial and graphic design for commercial entities and does not accept projects from private citizens and political or religious organizations. Its motto is ” Design will save the world. ” As of November 2011, it has five major art directors and over 100 employees. The studio has its headquarters in Moscow , and other offices in Kiev and New York City . [1] [2] Continue reading

Vanity domain

In the Domain Name System (DNS), a vanity domain is a domain name Whose purpose is to express the individuality of the person you Whose Behalf it is registered. This contrasts with domain names, which is an organization (eg a company) or a service that organization offers. Vanity domains may be compared with vanity , which similarly identify their owners as an individual and not just someone relying on another organization’s services. Continue reading

UTM parameters

Urchin Tracking Module ( UTM ) parameters are five variants of URL parameters used by marketers to track the effectiveness of online marketing campaigns across traffic sources and media publishing. They were introduced by Google Analytics ‘ Urchin predecessor and, therefore, are supported out-of-the-box by Google Analytics. The UTM parameters in a URL identify the campaign that refers to a specific website, [1] and attributes it to the browser’s website sessionand the sessions after that until the award window expires. The parameters can be parsed by analytics tools and used to populate reports. [2] Continue reading

URL Template

URL Template is a way to specify a URL that includes parameters that must be substituted before the URL is resolved. The syntax is usually to enclose the parameter in Braces ({example}). The agreement is for a parameter to not Be Percent encoded UNLESS it follows a Question Mark (?). Continue reading

Subscription Architecture URL

The URL Subscription Architecture (URLSA) is an open system for subscribing to frequently updated digital content on the web , such as blogs , news stories, and private conversations. It was designed as an alternative to RSS that supports social subscribing, private subscriptions, and rich content. Continue reading

Snooper URL

URL Snooper is a program to find URLs of streaming media and data . This streamed files download through any download manager . Its scope is the same as that of a stream recorder . It usually uses pcap / Winpcap for packet capturing. Continue reading

Shortening URL

URL shortening is a technique on the World Wide Web in which the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) can be made shorter and still shorter. This is achieved by using a redirect which links to the web page that has a long URL. For example, the URL ” http://example.com/assets/category_B/subcategory_C/Foo/ ” can be shortened to ” https://example.com/Foo “, and the URL ” http://example.com /about/index.html “can be shortened to” https://goo.gl/aO3Ssc “. Often the redirect domain name is shorter than the original one. A friendly URLMay be Desired for messaging technologies That limit the number of characters in a post (for example SMS) for Reducing the amount of typing required if the reader is copying a URL from a print source, for making it easier for a person to remember, or for the intention of a permalink . In November 2009, the shortened links of the URL shortening service Bitly were accessed 2.1 billion times. [1] Continue reading

Redirect URL

URL redirection , also called URL forwarding , is a World Wide Web technique for making a web page available under one URL . When a web browser attempts to open a URL that has been redirected, a page with a different URL is opened. Similarly, domain forwarding or domain forwarding is When All pages in a URL domain are Redirected to a different domain, you When wikipedia.com and wikipedia.net are automatically Redirected to wikipedia.org . URL redirection is done for different reasons: for URL shortening ; to prevent broken linkswhen web pages are moved; to allow multiple domain names belonging to the same owner to refer to a single web site ; to guide navigation into and out of a website; for privacy protection; and for hostile purposes such as phishing attacks or malware distribution. Continue reading

URL normalization

URL normalization is the process by which URLs are modified and standardized. The goal of the normalization process is to transform a URL into a normalized URL so it is possible to determine if two syntactically different URLs may be equivalent. Continue reading

Uniform Resource Identifier

In information technology , a Uniform Resource Identifier ( URI ) is a string of characters used to identify a resource .

Such identification enables interaction with representations of the resource over a network, typically the World Wide Web , using specific protocols . Schemes specifying a concrete syntax and associated protocols define each URI. The most common form of URI is the Uniform Resource Locator ( URL ), which is frequently referred to informally as a web address. More rarely seen in use is the Uniform Resource Name (URN) , which was designed to complement URLs by providing a mechanism for the identification of resources in particular namespaces . Continue reading

Typosquatting

Typosquatting, also called URL hijacking, a sting site, or a fake URL, is a form of cybersquatting, and possibly brandjacking which relies on mistakes such as typos made by Internet users when inputting a website address into a web browser. Should a user accidentally enter an incorrect website address, they may be led to any URL (including an alternative website owned by a cybersquatter).[1] Continue reading

TinyURL

TinyURL is a shortening web service URL , which provides short aliases for redirecting long URLs . Kevin Gilbertson , a web developer , launched the service in January 2002 [2] so it would be able to post links in newsgroups postings which frequently had long, cumbersome addresses. Continue reading

SWFAddress

SWFAddress is an open-source JavaScript library that allows Adobe Flash / Flex and JavaScript / AJAX websites and web applications to support deep linking , a practice that allows users to link to a specific section or page of the content. [1] Continue reading

Spoofed URL

spoofed URL describes one website that poses as another website. It sometimes applies a mechanism that exploits bugs in a web browser technology, allowing a malicious computer attack. Such attacks are most effective against computers that lack recent security patches. Others are designed for the purpose of a parody . Continue reading

Redirect server-side

server side redirect is a method of URL redirection using an HTTP status code (eg, 301 Moved Permanently, 303 See Other and 307 Temporary Redirect) issued by a web server in response to a request for a particular URL. The result is to redirect user’s web browser to another web page with a different URL . Continue reading

Semantic URL attack

In a semantic URL attack , a customer manually Adjusts the parameters of ict request by Maintaining the URL ‘s syntax goal icts altering semantic meaning. This attack is primarily used against CGI driven websites.

A similar attack involving web browser cookies is commonly referred to as a poisoning cookie . Continue reading

Semantic URL

Semantic URLs , aussi Sometimes Referred to as clean URLs , RESTful URLs , user-friendly URLs , or search engine-friendly URLs , are Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) Intended to Improve the usability and accessibility of a website or web service by being white time immediately and intuitively meaningful to non-expert users . Such URLs tend to reflect the conceptual structure of a collection of information and decouple the user interfacefrom a server’s internal representation of information. Other reasons for using clean URLs include search engine optimization (SEO), [1] conforming to the representational state transfer (REST) ​​style of software architecture, and ensuring that individual web resources remain consistently at the same URL. This makes the World Wide Web a more stable and useful system, and enables more sustainable and reliable bookmarking of web resources. [2] Continue reading

Search / Retrieve via URL

Search / Retrieve via URL ( SRU ) is a standard search query for Internet search queries, using the Contextual Query Language (CQL), a standard query syntax for representing queries. Continue reading

Rewrite engine

rewrite engine is a software component that performs rewriting on Uniform Resource Locators , modifying their appearance. This modification is called URL rewriting . It is a way of implementing URL mapping or routing within a web application . The engine is typically a component of a web server or web application framework . Rewritten URLs (sometimes Known As short , pretty or fancy URLs , search engine friendly – SEF URLs, gold slugsare used to provide shorter and more relevant-looking links to web pages. The technique adds a layer of abstraction between the files used to generate a web page and the URL that is presented to the outside world. Continue reading

Query string

On the World Wide Web , a query is a part of a uniform resource locator (URL) containing data that does not fit into a hierarchical path structure. The query string commonly includes fields Added by a Web browser or other application, for example as part of an HTML form . [1] Continue reading

Mobile deep linking

In the context of mobile apps , deep linking Consists of using a uniform resource identifier ( URI ) That links to a specific rental Within a mobile app Rather than simply launching the app. Deferred Deep Linking allows users to see if the application is not already installed. Depending on the mobile device platform, the URI may be different. Continue reading

Link rot

Link rot (or linkrot ) is the process by which hyperlinks on individual websites or the Internet in general point to web pages , servers or other resources that have become permanently unavailable. The phrase also describes the effects of failing to update out-of-date web pages that clutter search engine results. Research [1] [2] shows that the half-life of a random webpage is two years. Continue reading

Internationalized Resource Identifier

The Internationalized Resource Identifier ( IRI ) was defined by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in 2005 as a new standard in the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) scheme. [1] The new standard was published in RFC 3987 . Continue reading

HTTP referer

The HTTP referer (originally a misspelling of referrer [1] ) is an HTTP header field that identifies the address of the webpage (ie the URI or IRI ) that is linked to the resource being requested. By checking the referrer, the new webpage can see where the request originated. Continue reading

Doppelganger domain

doppelganger is a domain name that is identical to a homogeneous domain name (FQDN), but does not include the dot between host / subdomain and domain. Continue reading

Deferred deep linking

Deferred deep linking is one aspect of mobile deep linking . It describes the principle of deep linking into an app that is not yet installed. This implies that clicking (or otherwise invoking) the deep link causes: Continue reading

Deep linking

In the context of the World Wide Web , deep linking is the use of a hyperlink That links to a specific, searchable indexed Generally gold, piece of web content we website (eg, “http://example.com/path/page “), rather than the website’s home page (eg,” http://example.com/ “). Continue reading

Contextual deep linking

Contextual deep linking is a form of deep linking for mobile apps that links to specific content within an app, rather than a generic welcome screen for that app. Where basic Mobile deep linking Typically only Allows you to deep link to content in apps you’ve already downloaded, contextual deep linking Allows you to pass information through the app store . Referring information is passed through both the App Store (iOS) and Google Play , bringing the user to the content of the app. Continue reading

URLs

Uniform Resource Locator ( URL ), colloquially termed a web address , [1] is a reference to a web resource that specifies its location on a computer network and a mechanism for retrieving it. A URL is a specific type of Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), [1] interchangeably. [3] [a] URLs occur most commonly to reference web pages ( http ), but are also used for file transfer ( ftp ), email ( mailto ), database access ( JDBC ), and many other applications. Continue reading

Josh Sawyer

Josh Sawyer (born October 18, 1975), is an American video game designer , known for his work on role-playing video games . Continue reading

Christopher Schmitt

Christopher Schmitt is a web designer , author, trainer, and speaker living in Austin, TX .

Life and career

Developing Web sites since 1993, Christopher interned for both David Siegel and Lynda Weinman in the mid-90s while he was an undergraduate at Florida State University (FSU) working on a fine arts degree with an emphasis on graphic design. Continue reading

Dave Shea (web designer)

Dave Shea is a Canadian [1] web designer and co-author of The Zen of CSS Design : Visual Enlightenment for the Web . [2]

He is known for his work in web-standard development-from his design community project CSS Zen Garden to his active contributions to the Web Standards Project (WaSP). Shea is also a writer for a broad audience of web designers and developers on his popular blog, “Mezzoblue” [3] and is the creative director and creative director of Bright Creative in Vancouver, BC. Continue reading

Rob Sheridan

Rob Sheridan (born October 11, 1979) is an American graphic designer , director , and photographer best known for his extensive work with the band Nine Inch Nails . Continue reading

David Siegel (contractor)

David Siegel (born 1959) [1] is an American entrepreneur. Having started his career in typography , he became a leading web designer in the mid-nineties, then worked as a business consultant , and currently leads a start-up in cryptocurrency . Siegel is also the author of four books exploring the intersection of management and technology. Continue reading

Lisa Strausfeld

Lisa Strausfeld (born 1964) is an American design professional and information architect .

Biography

Strausfeld born in central New Jersey , one of a pair of twin daughters of an ob-gyn and an urban planner. She Studied art history and computer science at Brown University and received master’s degrees in architecture from Harvard University and in media arts and sciences from MIT Continue reading

John Styn

John Halcyon Styn is an American blogger , entrepreneur , motivational speaker, web designer , author , and Web celebrity , [1] who “pushed the boundaries of online self-expression” [2] through his various online projects. He is currently the co-founder of 1st Saturdays, [3] [4] a homeless outreach project, host of Hug Nation. [5] Continue reading

Sreelakshmi Suresh

Sreelakshmi Suresh ( Hindi: श्रीलक्ष्मी सुरेश; born 1998) [1] is a multiple award winning web designer from Kozhikode , Kerala , India . [2] She is Mainly Known for her work designing websites in India qui Gained her media coverage as early as 2006. [3] “. [4] [5] [6] Sources-have named other Individuals’re holding the titles of World’s Youngest CEO and World’s Youngest Web Designer. [7] [8] [9] Continue reading

Hugues Sweeney

Hugues Sweeney is head of French-language interactive media production at the National Film Board of Canada , based in Montreal. [1] Sweeney’s recent credits include My Tribe Is My Life , the online interactive animation work, Bla Bla , [2] Red squares , an interactive work about the 2012 Quebec student protests , [3] 2013 Production A Journal of Insomnia , a webdoc about insomnia which was originally conceived by Sweeney in the summer of 2009, when he and his wife were sleeping in their daughter’s house. [4] Continue reading

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Raghav Trivedi is an Indian citizen.I am a student and at the same time. [1] [1]

    1. Jump up^ Trivedi, Raghav. “Home” . nrgroups.esy.es (in French and Hindi) . Retrieved 2017-05-26 .

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Lea Verou

Lea Verou ( Greek : Λία Βέρου ; born June 13, 1986) is a front end web developer , speaker and author , originally from Greece . Currently Verou is a Research Assistant at MIT CSAIL , in David Karger ‘s Haystack group and an Invited Expert in the W3C CSS Working Group . [1] Continue reading

Tom Vincent

Tom Vincent (born January 27, 1956 [1] [2] ) is an American comic book artist and colorist / painter. He is best known for his work for Marvel Comics on the Silver Surfer (vol.3), which he colored from 1989-1995. Continue reading

Jason Wallace

Jason Wallace (born 1969) is a web designer living in South West London. [1] He is the author of Out of Shadows , the 2010 Costa Children’s Book of the Year. Continue reading

Lynda Weinman

Lynda Weinman Susan (born January 24, 1955) is an American business owner, computer instructor, and author, Who founded an online software training website, lynda.com , with her husband, Bruce Heavin. [1] Lynda.com Was Acquired by online business network LinkedIn in April 2015 for $ 1.5 trillion. Continue reading

Wire Stone

Wire Stone is a digital marketing agency, providing good That include Marketing Transformation Services (audience strategy, brand and market strategy, measurement strategy), demand generation (sales channel enablement, search and media strategy, planning and optimization, customer lifecycle marketing and loyalty) audience engagement and activation (omni-channel and customer experience marketing, content strategy, social media marketing), and experiential branding (application and portal development, motion and video storytelling, emerging experiences). The company’s motto is “We create digital experiences that elevate the everyday”. Wire Stone was acquired by Accenture in 2017. [1] Continue reading

Jeffrey Zeldman

Jeffrey Zeldman is an entrepreneur, web designer , author, podcast and speaker on web design . He is the founder of A List Apart Magazine and the design studios Happy Cog and studio.zeldman, and the co-founder of A Book Apart and the design conference An Event Apart. [1] He also co-hosts The Big Web Show , a podcast about the web and online publishing. [2] Continue reading

WebMuseum

The WebMuseum , formerly known as the WebLouvre , was founded by Nicolas Pioch [1] [2] in France in 1994, while still a student. It is one of the earliest examples of a virtual museum . The site won the 1994 Best of the Web award [1] for the “Best Use of Multiple Media”. [3] Continue reading

Adonay Alfaro Murcia

Adonay Alfaro Murcia is a Costa Rican footballer who played in the USISL D-3 Pro League , and the Canadian National Soccer League . Continue reading

Lee Moyer

Lee Moyer is an American painter , illustrator , graphic designer , and Web designer .

Biography

Moyer’s early work was in watercolor and oils. In 1989, he changed his focus to digital art. He worked for ten years at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History . [1] Continue reading

Moogo

Moogo was an online website builder , which was designed for users, or HTML or computer programming. It is no longer active to unregistered users stating on its website: “Sorry for any inconveniences.” Continue reading

Eric A. Meyer

Eric A. Meyer is an American web design consultant and author. He is best Known For His advocacy work On Behalf Of Web standards , Most notably Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) technique for managing how HTML is displayed. Meyer has written a number of books and articles on CSS and gives many presentations promoting its use. [1] Continue reading

Julie Meadows

Julie Meadows (born Lydia Lee , February 3, 1974 [1] ) is an American writer, web designer and form pornographic actress, est devenu Who has documentarian after-retiring from the adult movie industry. She was active in the industry from 1998-2004 to Julia Stiles . [3] Continue reading

Andy McMillan (designer)

Andy McMillan is a Northern Irish designer, publisher, and event organizer currently residing in Portland, Oregon . He publishes The Manual , a newspaper design, and organizes the XOXO Festival , an art and technology festival in Portland. Previously, he Organized Build , a design conference in Belfast , from 2009 up to icts final year in 2013. Continue reading

Rob McLaughlin

Rob McLaughlin is a Canadian journalist and digital media producer who is currently the executive producer of the National Film Board of Canada’s Digital Studio in Vancouver . McLaughlin was announced as the head of the NFB studio in May 2016, having previously served as Director of Digital Content and Strategy at the NFB from 2008-2011. McLaughlin replaces Loc Dao , who was appointed NFB Chief Digital Officer in March 2016. [1] [2] Continue reading

Rebecca Hargrave Malamud

Rebecca Lynne Malamud , also known as Rebecca Pranger , Rebecca Fowler , and Rebecca Hargrave , [1] is an American photographer and website designer. [2] She creates new work at Point B Studio in Port Orford, Oregon . [3] [4] Continue reading

Justin Lo

Justin Lo ( Chinese : 羅定偉 , stage name born 田 ; born 1 July 1976) is a Hong Kong American singer-songwriter, actor and record producer working in Hong Kong.

Biography

Lo Was Born in Syracuse, New York , [2] [3] and Moved to Hong Kong With His Parents When He Was two years old. He studied at St. Paul’s Co-educational Primary School and St. Paul’s Co-educational College . In 1989, Lo moved to Seattle , Washington, in the United States to further his studies. He spent two years in the University of Washington and finished His degree in Graphics Design at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence , Rhode Island in 1999. After graduation, he Worked as a web designer at Yahoo! in Sunnyvale , California. Continue reading

Kriesi

Christian Budschedl (born 1981), better known as Kriesi , is an Austrian web designer , digital author, technologist, founder of Kriesi.at, and co-founder of Givester. Kriesi, as one of the first digital template authors at Envato , [1] has-been responsible for popularizing the Web 2.0 style design and website layouts [2] Currently used by Thousands of web designers. He was named most influential living Human-Computer Interaction digital trendsetters in a 2012 Ben-Gurion University study of global web design techniques. [3] Continue reading

Jason Kottke

Jason Kottke (born September 27, 1973) is an American blogger and web designer currently living in Vermont . [1] He has designed the Silkscreen typeface and has won a Lifetime Achievement Award as a blogger. [2] As of July 2013 , his blog is ranked # 66 overall and # 20 in Science on the Technorati Top 100. [3] Continue reading

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Alex Johnson (Web Developer)

Alex Johnson born May 4th 1993, is a web developer from Fresno, CA [1] . Alex founded Siteful Studios [2] in 2017. Continue reading

Jason Goldberg (Contractor)

Jason Goldberg is an American internet entrepreneur. He is currently the Director and CEO of Simple Token [1] and CEO of Pepo [2] . Prior to this, he served as Cofounder and CEO of e-commerce Fab [3] and Hem. [4] He is from Rockville, Maryland . [5] Continue reading

Kevin Gilbertson

Kevin Gilbertson is an American web developer best known as the creator of TinyURL launched in January 2002. TinyURL is a URL shortener , a web service that provides aliases for redirection of long URLs.

According to Wired , Gilbertson had been riding unicycles since he was a kid, and created TinyURL to convert postings to unicycling newsgroups into web pages. [1] Google’s Adsense links covered operating costs. Continue reading

Cheryl Fuerte

Cheryl Fuerte , also known as Pinay-Internaut Inday , [1] is a Filipino web designer . She was a Filipino pioneer in blogging before the term became popular in the Philippines , having created Indayworks.com as a personal website in 1999, [2] [3] which became one of the most-awarded personal websites in Philippine Internet history. [4] Continue reading

MC Frontalot

Damian Hess (born December 3, 1973), best known by his stage name MC Frontalot , is a Brooklyn-based hip hop musician. Also known and acclaimed in nerd culture , by music critics, News , and the Media (communication) as the “Godfather of Nerdcore “. Hess graduated from Wesleyan University in 1996 with degrees in English and electronic music . Continue reading

Kevin Fox (designer)

Kevin Fox is the user experience designer who created the interface for Gmail , [1] Google Calendar , Google Reader , [2] and Friendfeed . [3]

He was a co-founder of the Internet of Things Electric startup Imp . [4] Since 2015 he has been the chief experience officer at Evan Prodromou ‘s fuzzy.io . [5] Continue reading

David Doonan

David Doonan (born 1954) is a website designer and politician. He was elected mayor of the Village of Greenwich in Washington County , New York in 2008, and left office in 2016. [1] [2] [3] Doonan also serves as the webmaster of the Green Party and Single Payer New York’s websites. [4] Continue reading

Alfie Dennen

Alfie Dennen is a British creative technologist, artist, and founder of several prominent websites dedicated to mobile blogging . Continue reading

Adriana de Barros

Adriana Aleixo Pereira de Barros (born 1976) is a Portuguese and Canadian illustrator , web designer , and poet. Continue reading

Joshua Davis (designer)

Joshua Davis (born June 13, 1971) is an American designer , technologist, author and artist in new media .

He won the Ars Narcotics Prize 2001 Golden Nica for “Net Vision / Net Excellence.” [1] He was an early adopter of open-source software, offering the source code of the praystation.com composition and animation developments to the public. Continue reading

Glenn Davis (web design)

Glenn Davis (born June 21, 1961) [1] was one of the first web designers . He is best known for his websites Cool Website of the Day and Project Cool and for being a founding member of the Web Standards Project . Continue reading

Loc Dao

Loc Dao is a Canadian digital media creator who is the chief digital officer of the National Film Board of Canada . Dao was named CDO in March 2016, after serving as executive producer and creative technologist for the NFB English-language digital studio in Vancouver since 2011. [1] [2] Continue reading

Hillman Curtis

David Hillman Curtis (February 24, 1961 – April 18, 2012) was an American new media designer, author, musician and filmmaker. [1] Curtis was the Principal and Chief Creative Officer of hillmancurtis.com, Inc., a digital design and film production firm in New York City . Curtis was successful in several creative disciplines; he started as a rock musician, became a pioneer in Web Design and interactive design with Flash and finally made short films and advertising commercials. [2] Continue reading

Katerina Cizek

Katerina Cizek is a Canadian documentary director and a pioneer in digital documentaries. Continue reading

Annabel Chong

Annabel Chong (born 22 May 1972) [2] is the stage name of a Singaporean- born American pornographic film actress who became famous after starring in an adult film that was promoted to The World’s Biggest Bang Gang . The film was commercially successful and started a trend of “record-breaking” gang bang pornography . [4] Four years later Chong was the subject of the documentary Sex: The Annabel Chong Story , in which she was interviewed about her pornography career. Academically gifted, she majored in Fine Arts and subsequently qualified in web applicationsdevelopment, before retiring from the adult industry completely in 2003. [1] [5] Continue reading

Emily Chang (web designer)

Emily Yee Chang is an American web designer , businesswoman, and blogger currently living in San Francisco . She is the co-founder of Ideacodes, a web design consultant in San Francisco and the creator of the blog and web resource, EmilyChang.com and eHub. [1] Continue reading

Jennifer Niederst Robbins

Jennifer Niederst Robbins has been a web designer since 1993. She designed the web’s first commercial site, O’Reilly’s Global Network Navigator (GNN). [1]

A graduate of the University of Notre Dame , Robbins is the author of Web Design in a Nutshell , Learning Web Design , and HTML and XHTML Pocket Reference . She has also written corporate identity style guides for such customers as Harcourt Publishing , Americanexpress.com , and OrangeImagineering. Continue reading

Time Cube

Time was a personal web page operated by self-proclaimed “wisest man on earth” Dr. Otis Eugene “Gene” Ray, DCub (Doctorate of Cubism) founded in 1997. [3] It is a self-publishing outlet for Ray’s theory of everything , called “Time Cube”, which claims that all the sciences are part of a worldwide conspiracy to teach people; The theory is the ultimate truth (and what the conspirators are said to be covering up) is that each day actually consists of four days. [4]Alongside these statements. Ray described himself as a “Godlike” being with superior intelligence who has “absolute” evidence and proof for his views. Academia who? ] has not taken Time Cube seriously. [5] Continue reading

Project Itoh

Project Itoh ( ō 計劃Itō Keikaku ) , real name Satoshi Itō ( 伊藤 聡Itō Satoshi , October 14, 1974 – March 20, 2009) , was a Japanese science fiction writer and essayist. Continue reading

Steve Isaacs

Steven Wendell Isaacs (born June 19, 1969) is an American actor, creative director and musician, perhaps best known as lead vocalist for the bands The Panic Channel , featuring members of Jane’s Addiction , and Skycycle , as well as being a VJ for MTV from 1991 to 1993. Continue reading

Steve Huffman

Steve Huffman (born November 12, 1983) is an American web developer and co- founder and current CEO of Reddit . [2] [3] More recently, he also participated in co-founding the airfare search-engine Hipmunk website . [4] [5] Continue reading

James M. Bower

James Mason Bower (born February 17, 1954 in Northampton, Massachusetts , USA) is an American neuroscientist and CEO and Chairman of the Board of Numedeon Inc., creator of the Whyville .net educational virtual world. He graduated from McQuaid Jesuit High School in Rochester, New York attending Antioch College and Montana State University as an undergraduate and then received his PhD in Neurophysiology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison , US in 1982. He was a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Rodolfo Llinas atNYU School of Medicine and the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole , Mass. And then took a faculty position at the California Institute of Technology where he was promoted to Professor of Computational Neuroscience . From 2002 to 2014 he held the position of Professor of Computational Biology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and the University of Texas at San Antonio Since 1999, Bower has been CEO and Chairman of the Board of Numedeon Inc., founders of Whyville.net Whyville . In 2015 Bower founded and became the CEO of Virtual Worlds IP Inc., based inAshland, Oregon . Continue reading

Jay W. Boersma

Jay Weaver Boersma (September 7, 1947-) is a fine art and documentary photographer , designer, and creative director , and was Senior Creative Director at Playboy.com from 1996 to 2011. Continue reading

Beverly Anne Giesbrecht

Beverly Anne Giesbrecht was a western convert to Islam, who created the controversial Jihad Unspun website . [1] Giesbrecht was a media consultant and website designer, prior to her conversion, and her creation of Jihad Unspun. She is reported to have become interested in Islam following al Qaeda’s attacks on September 11, 2001 . Continue reading

Michael Baumgardt

Michael Baumgardt , born September 12, 1966 in Berlin, Germany , is an internationally known Desktop Publishing and Web Design expert who has written about 20 books. Continue reading

jQuery Mobile

jQuery Mobile is a touch -optimized web framework (also known as a mobile framework), more specifically a JavaScript library , currently being developed by the jQuery project team. The development Focuses Creating a framework is compliant with a wide variety of smartphones and tablet computers , [3] made by the growing Necessary goal heterogeneous tablet and smartphone market. [4] The jQuery Mobile framework is compatible with other mobile app frameworks [5] and platforms such as PhoneGap , Worklight [6] and more. Continue reading

Holy grail (web design)

The holy grail refers to a web page layout which has multiple, equal height columns that are defined with style sheets. It is a widely accepted and implemented method that has been implemented with current technologies all have drawbacks. [1] Because of this, finding an optimal implementation has been likened to searching for the Holy Grail elusive . Continue reading

YUI Library

The Yahoo! User Interface Library ( YUI ) is a discontinued open-source JavaScript library for building richly interactive web applications using such techniques as Ajax , DHTML , and DOM scripting. YUI includes several core CSS resources. It is available under a BSD License . [3] Development on YUI began in 2005 and Yahoo! properties such as My Yahoo! and the Yahoo! front page began using YUI in the summer of that year. YUI was released in February 2006. [1] Yahoo! engineers. Continue reading

jQuery UI

jQuery UI is a collection of GUI widgets , animated visual effects, and themes implemented with jQuery (a JavaScript library ), Cascading Style Sheets , and HTML . [4] According to JavaScript analytics service, Libscore , jQuery UI is used on over 197,000 of the top one million websites, making it the second most popular JavaScript library. [5] Notable users include Pinterest , PayPal , IMDb , The Huffington Post , and Netflix . [6] Continue reading

Grid (graphic design)

In graphic design , a grid is a structure (usually two-dimensional ) made up of a series of intersecting straight lines (vertical, horizontal, and angular). The grid serves as an armature or framework on which a designer can organize graphic elements ( images , glyphs , paragraphs , etc.) in a rational, easy-to-absorb manner. A grid can be used to organizes graphic elements in relation to a page in relation to other graphic elements on the page, or relation to other parts of the Saami graphic element or shape . Continue reading

Foundation (framework)

Foundation is a responsive front-end framework. Foundation Provides a responsive grid and HTML and CSS UI components, templates and code snippets, Including typography, forms, buttons, navigation and other interface Elements, as well as optional functionality provided by JavaScript extensions. Foundation is maintained by ZURB and is an open sourceproject. Continue reading

CSS box model

In web development , the CSS box model Refers to the composition of a webpage or HTML page from blocks or boxes using CSS . Specifically, the box model describes the size of each such block and its content is determined by styling instructions. The guidelines of the box model are described by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) . Continue reading

Blueprint (CSS framework)

Blueprint is a CSS framework designed to reduce development time and ensure cross-browser compatibility when working with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). It also serves as a foundation for many tools designed to make learning easier and more accessible to beginners. Blueprint is released under a modified version of the MIT License , making it free software . It can be used as a tool or is written in Ruby . Continue reading

JavaScript Unobtrusive

Unobtrusive JavaScript is a general approach to using JavaScript in web pages . Though the term is not formally defined, its basic principles are understood to include: Continue reading

Media queries

Media Queries is a CSS3 module allowing content rendering to adapt to conditions such as screen resolution (eg smartphone screen vs. computer screen). It became a W3C recommended standard in June 2012 , [1] and is a cornerstone technology of responsive web design (RWD) Continue reading

Parallax scrolling

Parallax scrolling , also known as “Asymmetrical scrolling”,  is a technique in computer graphics and web design , where background images move by the camera slower than foreground images, creating an illusion of depth in a 2D scene and adding to the immersion. [1] The technique grew out of the multiplane camera technique used in traditional animation [2]since the 1930s. Parallax scrolling Was popularized in 2D computer graphics and video games by the arcade games Moon Patrol [3] [4] andJungle Hunt , [5] both released in 1982. Some parallax scrolling had been used by the 1981 arcade game Jump Bug . [6] Continue reading

Web typography

Web typography refers to the use of fonts on the World Wide Web . When HTML was first created, both languages ​​were controlled by the Web browser . There was no mechanism for individual Netscape introduced <font>in 1995, which was standardized in the HTML 3.2 specification. However, the fact that they have been made to be used by the user is a fallback, as such a browser’s default sans-serif gold minivan do, would be used. The first Cascading Style Sheets was published in 1996 and provided the same capabilities. Continue reading

YAML (framework)

YAML ( Yet Another Multicolumn Layout ) is a cross-browser CSS framework . It allows web designers to create a low-barrier website with comparatively little effort. Integrations of the YAML layouts have been created for various content management systems. These include WordPress , LifeType , TYPO3 , Joomla , xt: Commerce and Drupal . Continue reading

Xara Photo & Graphic Designer

Xara Photo & Graphic Designer is an image editing program incorporating photo editing and vector illustration tools created by British software company Xara , which was acquired by German company MAGIX AG in 2007, and now operates as a wholly owned subsidiary. Xara Xtreme LX was an earlier open source version for Linux . Continue reading

Wix.com

Wix.com is a cloud-based web development platform that was first developed and popularized by the Israeli company also called Wix. It allows users to create HTML5 web sites and mobile sites through the use of online drag and drop tools. [1] Social plug-ins, e-commerce, contact forms, e-mail marketing, and community forums can be used to their web sites using a variety of Wix-developed and third-party applications. [2] Continue reading

Webydo

Webdesign is a cloud-based web design platform that allows designers to create advanced HTML5 , responsive websites with a built-in CMS, without writing code. Webydo works with the WYSIWYG principle. This platform uses Adobe Photoshop or InDesign , [2] but with the ability to design directly in the browser. Designers can drag and drop their design elements on canvas, and Webydo’s cloud software cross-browser and cross-platform W3C validated HTML code as a built-in CMS for dynamic updates changed by the website owner. Continue reading

Website wireframe

website wireframe , also known as a schematic or screen blueprint, is a visual guide that represents the skeletal framework of a website . [1] : 166 Wireframes are created for the purpose of arranging elements to best accomplish a particular purpose. The purpose is usually being informed by a business objective and a creative idea. The wireframe depicts the page layout or the content of the website, including the interface elements and navigational systems, and how they work together. [2] : 131The wireframe usually lacks typographic style, color, or graphics, since the main focus lies in functionality, behavior, and priority of content. [1] : 167 In other words, it focuses on what does it look like? [1] : 168 Wireframes can be pencil drawings or sketches on a whiteboard, or they can be produced by a wide array of free or commercial software applications. Wireframes are created by business analysts, user experience designers, developers, visual designers, and by those with expertise in interaction design , information architecture and user research. Continue reading

Website overseer

Website overseer oversees the full process of web design , copy writing, graphics and Search Engine Optimization of an Internet website. Continue reading

Website localization

Website localization is the process of adapting an existing website to local language and culture in the target market . [1] It is the process of adapting a website to a different linguistic and cultural context [2] – involving much more than the simple translation of text. This modification process must reflect specific language and cultural preferences in the content, images and overall design and requirements of the site – all while maintaining the integrity of the website. Culturally adapted web sites reduce the amount of cognitive efforts of visitors to the site to process information, making navigation easier and attitudes towards the web site more favorable. [3]The modification of the website must have a new view of the audience. [2] Website localization aims to make a website so that it seems “natural”, to its viewers despite the cultural differences between the creators and the audience. [4] Two factors are involved-programming expertise and linguistic / cultural knowledge. [1] Continue reading

Website content writer

website content writer or web content writer specializes in providing relevant content for websites . Every website has a specific target audience and requires different content. Content should contain key words to improve SEO’s website. Continue reading

Website builder

Website builders are tools that typically allow the construction of websites with manual editing. They fall into two categories: Continue reading

WebPlus

Serif WebPlus was a website design program [2] for Microsoft Windows , developed by UK-based software company Serif . It allows users to design, create and upload their websites to the Internet without any knowledge of HTML or other web technologies. Continue reading

Webflow

Webflow is a professional drag and drop tool for web sites using responsive web design best practices.

Overview

Webflow is a cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) that allows designers to build production-ready, responsive websites without any coding knowledge required. [1] It Allows designers to Accomplish MOST aspects of web development and website distribution through a visual editor That Provides the design pixel-for-pixel precision found in desktop graphic design Applications Such As Adobe Photoshop . Continue reading

Web-based slideshow

Web-based slideshow is a slide show which can be played or viewed using a web browser . Some web based slide shows are generated from presentation software and May be difficulty to change (usually unintentionally so). Others offer templates allowing the show to be easily edited and changed.

Compared to a fully fledged presentation of the web based slide shows are usually limited in features. Continue reading

Web usability

Web usability is the ease of use of a website . [1] Some of the broad goals of usability are the presentation of information and choices in a clear and concise way, a lack of ambiguity and the placement of important items in appropriate areas. Another important element of web usability is that the content works on various devices and browsers. [2] Another concern for usability is that the website is appropriate for all ages and genders. Continue reading

Web modeling

Web modeling (aka model-driven Web development ) is a branch of Web engineering that addresses the specific issues related to design and development of large-scale Web applications . In particular, it focuses on design and visualizations that can be used for the realization of robust, well-structured, usable and maintainable Web applications. Designing a data-intensive Web site amounts to a description of various orthogonal abstractions. The main orthogonal models that are involved in complex Web application design are: data structure, content composition, navigation paths, and presentation model. Continue reading

Web template system

web template system is used in web publishing to allow web designers and developers to work with web templates for the automatic generation of custom web pages, such as the results from a search. This allows for the static elements of a web page, while allowing the dynamic elements to be defined based on the parameters of the web request . Web templates are also used in the creation of static content, providing a basic structure and appearance characteristic for web content. It can be present in content management systems , web application frameworks , and HTML editors . Continue reading

Web tasking

Web Tasking is a set of web user interactions in hypermedia purposefully conducted for the performance of tasks. Web tasking is a term coined intentionally to contrast web browsing (understood as the exploration of the World Wide Web by Continue reading

Web page

web page (also written as webpage ) is a document that is suitable for the World Wide Web and web browsers . A web browser displays a web page on a monitor or mobile device . The web page is usually visible, but usually refers to a computer file , usually written in HTML or comparable markup language . Web browsers coordinating various web resource elements for the written web page, such as style sheets , scripts , and images , to present the web page. Typical web pages providehypertext that includes a navigation bar or a sidebar menu linking to other web pages via hyperlinks , often referred to as links . Continue reading

Web browsing

Web navigation refers to the process of navigating a network of information resources in the World Wide Web , which is organized as hypertext or hypermedia . [1] The user interface that is used to do so is called a web browser . [2]

A central theme in web design is the development of a web navigation interface that maximizes usability . Continue reading

Web interoperability

Web interoperability is producing web pages viewable with standard compatible web browsers , various operating systems such as Windows , Macintosh and Linux , and devices such as personal computers (PCs), PDAs , mobile phones and tablets based on the latest web standards . Continue reading

Web Compatibility Test for Mobile Browsers

Web Compatibility Test for Mobile Browsers (often Mobile Acid test [1] ) is a test page published and promoted by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to expose web page rendering flaws in mobile web browsers and other applications that render HTML . It was developed in the spirit of the test by the Web Standards Project . The test uses for some parts JavaScript to test the different technologies. The browser has to be completed 16 different subtest indicated by a 4 X 4 raster of squares. Continue reading

Web accessibility

Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites , by people with disabilities . When sites are correctly designed, developed and edited, all users have equal access to information and functionality. Continue reading

w3schools

W3Schools is a popular website for learning web technologies online. [2] Content includes tutorials and references to HTML , CSS , JavaScript , PHP , AngularJS , SQL , Bootstrap , Node.js , and jQuery . It receives more than 10 million unique visitors monthly. [1] Continue reading

W3C Markup Validation Service

The Markup Validation Service is a validator by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that allows Internet users to check HTML and XHTML documents for well-formed markup. Markup validation is an important step towards ensuring the technical quality of web pages. However, it is not a complete measure of web standard conformance. [1] Though W3C validation is significant for browser compatibility and website usability, It has not-been confirmed what effect It has one search engine optimization . Continue reading

Visual guide

When applied to a website or similar work product, a Visual Guide can be an intermediate step towards the end goal of a complete website. By creating a visual guide along the way, the designer or developer can get input from the other people involved in the website such as the customer, their manager, and other members of the team. The visual guide will provide a view to the customer of their website or project will end up looking like. It ensures that they are kept up to date on any developments and changes made to the structure or visuals. Visual guides also allow you to define the information hierarchy of the design. [1] Continue reading

Video web presenter

video web presenter , video spokesperson or virtual host , is an online virtual presenter who is superimposed on a website and who delivers a direct message to the website visitors. To avoid confusion, the terminology “video web presenter” is the best nomenclature.

A video web presenter can be full body, half body or head and shoulders silhouette of an actor delivered against the backdrop of a static website . A good video web presenter should be sizeable and moveable, and can include various effects, such as appearing to walk onto the site. Continue reading

User Experience Professionals Association

User Experience Professionals Association ( UXPA ) International , formerly the Usability Professionals Association ( UPA ), is a professional association for people interested in user experience (UX). UXPA International supports people who research , design , and evaluate the UX of products and services . Continue reading

User experience design

User experience design ( UX , UXD , UED gold XD ) is the process of Enhancing user satisfaction with a product by Improving the usability , accessibility , and pleasure Provided in the interaction with the product. [1] User experience design encompasses traditional human-computer interaction (HCI) design, and extends it by addressing all aspects of a product or service perceived by users. [2] Continue reading

Typekit

Typekit is an online service which offers a subscription library of high-quality fonts . [1] The fonts can be used directly on websites or synced via Adobe Creative Cloud to applications on the subscriber’s computers. [2] Continue reading

Tree testing

Tree testing is a technical usability for evaluating the finding of topics in a website . It is also known as a reverse card sorting or card-based classification . [1]

A large website is typically organized into a hierarchy (a “tree”) of topics and subtopics. Tree testing provides a way to measure how well users can find items in this hierarchy. Continue reading

TOWeb

TOWeb is a WYSIWYG website creation software for Windows and Mac OS X that makes web publishing easy. [1] The latest version 5 creates HTML5 / CSS3 responsive websites compatible with any device. It has some limitations such as it can not open an external web site for editing. [2] Continue reading

Three-click rule

The three-click rule or three click rule is an unofficial web design rule concerning the design of website navigation. It suggests that a user of a website should be able to find information. It is based on the belief that users of a site will become frustrated and often leave. Continue reading

Tableless web design

Tableless web design (or layout tableless web ) is a web design method eschewing the use of HTML tables for page layout control practical purposes. Instead of HTML tables, style sheet languages Such As Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are used to arrange text Elements and we webpage .

Standards-compliant

Standards-compliance is the compliance of a website or web browser with the web standards of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). To ensure interoperability a standards-compliant web site does not use proprietary software methods or features of a browser. Continue reading

Jared Spool

Jared Spool is an American writer, researcher , speaker , educator, and an expert on the subject of usability , software, design, and research. [1] He is the principal source of User Interface Engineering, a research, training, and consulting firm specializing in product and usability, and the largest usability research organization of its kind in the world. [2] He is also an amateur magician . Spool attended Niskayuna High School in Niskayuna, NY . [3] Continue reading

Responsive web design

Responsive Web Design ( RWD ) is an approach to web design that makes the web page. Recent work also considers the viewer as part of the viewing context as an extension for RWD [1] . Content, design and performance are necessary across all devices to ensure usability and satisfaction. [2] [3] [4] [5] Continue reading

Spacer GIF

spacer GIF is a small, transparent GIF image that is used in web design and HTML coding. They were used to view the layout of HTML elements on a web page, at a time when the standard HTML did not allow this. They became mostly obsolete after the adoption of Cascading Style Sheets . Continue reading

SortSite

SortSite is a web crawler that scans entire websites for quality issues including: accessibility; browser compatibility; broken links; legal compliance; search optimization; usability and web standards compliance. Continue reading

Slicing (interface design)

In fields employing interface design skills, slicing is the process of dividing a single 2D user interface composition layout ( comp ) multiple image files ( digital assets ) of the graphical user interface (GUI) for one or more electronic pages . Typically it is share of the customer side development process of Creating a web page and / or website , aim est used in the user interface design process of software development and game development . Continue reading

Sitemaps

The Sitemaps protocol Allows a webmaster to inform search engines about URLs we That website are available for crawling. A Sitemap is an XML file that lists the URLs for a site. It provides additional information about each URL: when it was last updated, how often it changes, and how important it is in relation to other URLs in the site. This site is more intelligently powered. Sitemaps are a URL inclusion protocol and complements robots.txt, a URL exclusion protocol. Continue reading

Site map

site map (or sitemap ) is a list of pages of a web site .

There are three primary types of site map:

    • Site maps used during the planning of a Web site by its designers .
    • Human-visible listings, typically hierarchical, of the pages on a site.
    • Structured listings intended for web crawlers such as search engines .

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Scalable Inman Flash Replacement

Scalable Inman Flash Replacement (sIFR) is an open source JavaScript and Adobe Flash dynamic web fonts implementation, Enabling the replacement of text elements on HTMLweb pages with Flash equivalents. It was first developed by Mike Davidson and improved by Mark Wubben . It is a scalable variety of text-to-flash replacement pioneered by Shaun Inman . Continue reading

Rollover (web design)

Rollover refers to a button created by a web developer or web designer, found within a web page , used to provide interactivity between the user and the page itself. The term rollover in this view originates from the visual process of “rolling the mouse cursor over the button” page itself. The part of the term ‘roll’ is probably a reference to a mechanical assembly of a hard rubber ball in the base of the mouse (which rolls) to the modern optical mouse, which has no ‘rolling’ parts . The term mouseover is probably more suitable for current technology. Continue reading

RocketCake

RocketCake is a free WYSIWYG editor for building websites using responsive web design . The program allows for beginners and professionals to create and publish websites without any programming. [1] Functionality such as video players, galleries, contact forms, and animated slide shows can be added to websites through the software. Continue reading

Retrievability

Retrievability is a term associated with the information retrieval of an information system, specifically a search engine or information retrieval system. Continue reading

Progressive enhancement

Progressive enhancement is a strategy for web design that emphasizes core webpage content first. This strategy can be used to improve the functionality of the Internet. This article provides information on the content of the Internet, and provides additional information. Continue reading

Printer-friendly

Printer-friendly is a term used on the Internet to describe a web page formatted for printing . Normally, web pages include information and navigation that is only useful while browsing the website. Printer-friendly pages are designed to fit on an 8.5 “x11” or A4 sheet (see paper sizes ) and include only the content (plain text and images) of the page, along with source information. Inline hyperlinks become ordinary text, links on the margins may not be shown. Additional link target URLs may be shown. These tools are not included. Continue reading

postback

The term postback has two meanings, depending on the context: one in relation to eCommerce as a web service , and another in relation to web development . Continue reading

Polyfill (programming)

In web development , a polyfill is That code implements a feature is web browsers That do not feature the media. Most Often, it Refers to a JavaScript library That year implements HTML5 standard web , Either Established year standard (supported by Some browsers) is older browsers, gold has proposed standard (not supported browsers By Any) ON EXISTING browsers. Formally, “a polyfill is a shim for a browser API “. [1] Continue reading

Online producer

An online producer oversees the making of content for websites and other online properties. Online producers are sometimes called “web producers,” “publishers,” “content producers,” or “online editors .” Continue reading

Online presence management

Online presence management is the process of presenting and drawing traffic to a personal or professional brand online. This process combines web design and development, blogging , search engine optimization , pay per clickmarketing, reputation management , directory listings, social media , link sharing, and other avenues to create a long-term positive presence for a person, organization, or product in search engines and on the web in general. Continue reading

Onepager

Onepager is a subscription web service that allows users to create HTML5 , mobile-friendly websites using a “drag and drop” editor. The service offers both free and premium subscriptions which include both website hosting and website building tools. Onepager has a variety of website templates to choose from and can also connect to a domain. [1] Continue reading

Navigation bar

navigation bar (or navigation system ) is a section of a graphical user interface . Navigation bars are Implemented in file browsers , web browsers and as a design element of Some websites. [1] Continue reading

Mystery meat navigation

Mystery meat browsing (also known as MMN ) is a disparaging term coined in 1998 by Vincent Flanders , author and designer of the Web pages That Suck , to describe a web page where the destination of the link is not visible to the user. cursor at it. [1] Such interfaces lack a user-centered design , emphasizing aesthetic appearance , white space , and the concealment of information and basic functionality . [2] [3] Continue reading

Adobe Muse

Adobe Muse is a website builder that allows designers to create fixed , fluid , and adaptive websites without having to write any code . [4] General museums static sites giving users the freedom to host their sites with any hosting provider. Users can add more advanced features such as blogging and eCommerce to their website with plugins created by third-party developers. This application is available through Adobe’s Creative Cloud subscription . Continue reading

Modernizr

Modernizr is a JavaScript library which is designed to detect HTML5 and CSS3 features in various browsers , which allows JavaScript to be avoided by using a set of features or a workaround such as a shim to emulate them. Modernizr aims to provide this feature detection in a complete and standardized manner. [5] Continue reading

Mobirise

Mobirise Website Builder is a freeware web design application, developed by Mobirise, that allows users to create and publish bootstrap websites, without coding. [2] Continue reading

microformat

microformat (sometimes abbreviated μF ) is a world wide web-based method that uses HTML / XHTML tags for other purposes to convey additional metadata [1] and other attributes in web pages and other contexts that support (X) HTML , such as RSS . This approach Allows software to process information Intended for end-users (Such as contact details , geographic coordinates , calendar events, and similar information) automatically. Continue reading

Link page

link page is a type of web page found on some websites . The page contains a list of links to the web page owner, a person or organization, finds noticeable to mention. Often this concerns an enumeration of partner organizations, customers, friends or related projects. This list gives an indication of the context of the site in question. Continue reading

JavaScript Style Sheets

JavaScript Style Sheets ( JSSS ) Was a stylesheet language technology Proposed by Netscape Communications Corporation in 1996 to Provide facilities for defining the presentation of webpages . [1] It was an alternative to the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) technology. [1] Although Netscape submitted to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the technology was never accepted and accepted. Only Netscape Communicator 4 supported JSSS, with the rival Internet Explorer web browserchoosing not to implement the technology. Soon after Netscape Communicator’s release in 1997, Netscape stopped promoting JSSS, instead focusing on the standard CSS rival, which was also supported by Internet Explorer and had a much wider industry acceptance. The follow-up to Netscape Communicator, Netscape 6 (released in 2000), dropped support for JSSS. It now remains little more than a historical footnote, with many Web developers not even being aware of its existence. The proposed standard was not finished. Continue reading

iSkeleton Framework

iSkeleton Framework [1] is a design methodology that provides a formal strategy for optimizing web images, especially those used in CSS sprites . [2]iSkeleton (image skeleton) is a front end design methodology that aims to be segregating unchanging (for the most part of a web applications life) static images of a web application, and base64 encode them into a JS file that will serve them inline. The techniques are prescribed and are known to the developers who use them to enhance their ability to deliver content. However, as an effort to increase the developer’s awareness, it is important to keep in mind that this framework is designed. This framework selectively selects from the framework of this framework. This framework can be implemented on an existing live web app. A web service can be used to manage the web site. If a web application is being written from the scratch, it is strongly recommended to use this framework right from the beginning to enhance the design strength and user experience. Continue reading

Interactive customer evaluation

Interactive customer evaluation (ICE) is implemented in web-based applications. Its purpose is to provide feedback. The term does not refer to a commercial application. Continue reading

IM Creator

IM Creator , or IM ( / aɪ m / ) is a cloud-based software as a service website building platform and hosting company headquartered in New York City . IM was founded by CEO Jonathan Saragossi in 2011. The system enables individuals and businesses to create and maintain HTML5 websites, blogs and online stores without writing code. It operates on the WYSIWYGprinciple, and automatically generates cross-device, cross-browser compatible websites with built-in SEO tools. All services are bundled and hosted by IM is mandatory. Continue reading

HTML editor

An HTML editor is a computer program for HTML editing , the markup of a webpage . Although the HTML markup of a web page can be written with any text editor , For example, many HTML editors handle not only HTML, but also related technologies like CSS , XML and JavaScript or ECMAScript . In some cases they also manage communication with remote web servers via FTP and WebDAV , and version control systems such as SubversionGold Git . Many word processing , graphic design and page layout programs are not dedicated to web design , such as Microsoft Word or Quark XPress , also have the ability to function as HTML editors. Continue reading

home page

home page or a start page is the initial gold hand web page of a website or a web browser . The initial page of a website is Sometimes called Expired hand page as well. Continue reading

Web colors

Web colors are colors used in displaying web pages , and the methods for describing and specifying those colors. Can be specified as an RGB triplet or in hexadecimal format ( hex hex triplet ) or according to their common English names in some cases. A color tool or other graphics software is often used to generate color values. In some uses, hexadecimal color codes are specified with a leading number sign (#). [1] [2] A color is specified according to the intensity of its red, green and blue components, each represented by eight bits. Thus, there are 24 bits used to specify a web color within the sRGB gamut, and 16,777,216 colors that may be so specified. Continue reading

Hero image

In web design, a hero is a large web banner image, prominently placed on a web page, generally in the front and center. [1] [2] The hero image is often the first visual visitor on the site; it presents an overview of the site’s most important content. A hero image often consists of image and text, and can be static or dynamic (eg a rotating list of images and / or topics). Continue reading

freeCodeCamp

FreeCodeCamp (also referred to as ” Free Code Camp “) is a nonprofit organization [2] [3] which consists of an interactive learning web platform, an online community forum, chat rooms, medium publications, and local organizations. web development accessible to anyone. Beginning with tutorials that introduce students to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, students progress to project assignments that they must complete either alone or in pairs. The students are being partnered with other nonprofits to build web applications, giving the students practical development experience. [4] Continue reading

For position only

In graphic design and printing , OPS (pronounced as an initialism ) equates to for position only gold for investment only . Blank placeholders or temporary low-resolution illustrations are watermarked or stamped with the acronym FPO to indicate where the final version of an image is in the final file, film, or plate. FPO images are commonly used while still being scanned, or when desired images are still being scanned or photographed. They preserve the paginationthat will be needed once the final images are added. In web design, the FPO placeholder images provide a means for coders to finish building a website without waiting for final photographic assets. Continue reading

Flash of unstyled content

flash of unstyled happy ( FOUC , aussi flash of unstyled text or FOUT ) [1] [2] is an instance WHERE a webpage Appears Briefly with the browser’s default styles prior to loading an external CSS stylesheet , due to the web browser engine rendering the page before all information is retrieved. The page is correct and the rules are loaded and applied; however, the shift may be distracting. Related problems include flash of invisible text (FOIT) and flash of false text (FOFT). [1] [2] Continue reading

Findability

Findability is the ease with qui information was contained website can be found, both, from outside the website (using search engines and the like) and by users already on the website. [1] Although it has become irrelevant to the World Wide Web , it is usually used in that context. Most relevant websites do not come up to the top results because designers and engineers do not cater to the ranking algorithms work currently. [2] Its importance can be determined from the first law of e-commerce , which states “If the user can not find the product, the user can not buy the product.” [3] As of December 2014, out of 10.3 billion monthlyGoogle searches by Internet users in the United States , an estimated 78% are made to research products and services online. [4] Continue reading

Fahrner image replacement

Fahrner image replacement (abbreviated FIR ) is a Web design technique that uses a new style of text. It is intended to keep the page accessible to users of screen readers , text-only web browsers , or other browsers where support for images or style sheets is not available, while allowing the image to differ between styles. FIR is named for Todd Fahrner, one of the persons originally credited with the idea of ​​image replacement. [1]

Eye tracking

Eye tracking is the process of measuring the point of gaze (where one is looking) or the motion of an eye relative to the head. An eye tracker is a device for measuring eye positions and eye movement . Eye trackers are used in research on the visual system , in psychology, in psycholinguistics , marketing, as an input device for human-computer interaction , and in product design. There are a number of methods for measuring eye movement. The most popular variant uses video from which the eye position is extracted. Other methods use search coils or are based on the electrooculogram . Continue reading

Dynamic cascading style sheets

Dynamic CSS , or DCSS , is an umbrella term for a collection of technologies used together to create dynamic style sheets , using a combination of any server-sided programming language (such as PHP / ASP / Perl / JSP ) and Cascading Style Sheets ( CSS). The first idea of ​​DCSS was written in July 2002 by Jori Koolstra , a Dutch programmer. [1] Continue reading

Domain masking

Domain masking gold URL Masking is the act of hiding the actual domain name of a website from the URL field of a user ‘s web browser in favor of Reviews another name. [1] There are many ways to do this, including the following examples. Continue reading

Dynamic HTML

Dynamic HTML , or DHTML , is an umbrella term for a collection of technologies used to create interactive and animated websites [1] by using a combination of a static markup language(such as HTML ), a client-side scripting language (such as JavaScript ), a presentation definition language (such as CSS ), and the Document Object Model (DOM). [2] The application of DHTML was introduced by Microsoft with the release of Internet Explorer 4 in 1997. Continue reading

Distinguishable interfaces

Distinguishable interfaces for the use of computer graphics. Continue reading

Digital strategy

digital strategy is a form of strategic management and a business answer or response to a digital question, [1] often best addressed as part of an overall business strategy . A digital strategy is Often caractérisée by the implementation of new technologies to Existing business activity [2] and / or a focus on the enablement of new digital capabilities to Their business [3] (Such As Those created by the Information Age and Often-as-a result of advancements in digital technologies such as computers , data , telecommunications , Internet, etc.). As is the case with its business strategy parent, a digital strategy can be formulated and implemented through a variety of different approaches. [4] Formulation often includes the process of specifying an organization’s vision, goals, opportunities and related activities in order to maximize the benefits of digital initiatives to an organization. Business Intelligence , Collaboration, New Product / Market Exploration, Business and Technology Optimization, Enterprise Technology Architectures and Processes, innovation and governance; to more marketing and customer-focused efforts such as web sites, mobile, eCommerce , social, site and search engine optimization , and advertising. Continue reading

Designing with Web Standards

Designing with Web Standards [1] is a web development book by Jeffreman (third edition with Ethan Marcotte ). Zeldman co-founded the Web Standards ProjectProject in 1998 and served as its director during the formative years when the project was petitioning browser makers to support standards. Zeldman left the project in 2003. Continue reading

Dark pattern

In graphic and web design , a dark pattern is “a user interface That has-been Carefully crafted to trick users into doing things, Such As buying insurance With Their purchase or signing up for recurring bills.” [1] [2] [3] The neologism dark pattern was coined by Harry Brignull in August 2010 with the registration of darkpatterns.org , a “pattern library with the specific goal of naming and shaming deceptive user interfaces.” [4] [5] Continue reading

Cascading Style Sheets

Cascading Style Sheets ( CSS ) is a style sheet used for describing the presentation of a document written in a markup language . [1] ALTHOUGH MOST Often used to set the visual style of web pages and user interfaces written in HTML and XHTML , the language can be applied to-any XML document Including plain XML , SVG and XUL , and is applicable to rendering in speech , or on other media. Along with HTML and JavaScript, CSS is a cornerstone technology, webpages, user interfaces for web applications , and user interfaces for many mobile applications. [2] Continue reading

Cylex

Cylex is a group of international companies with business activities in more than 35 countries. Founded in 1997, it has offices in Oberhausen , Germany , and Romania ( Oradea , Palota). The company’s CEO is Francisc Osvald. Cylex offers a wide range of services in terms of online business solutions. Its main products are local search engines , a website builders and a job portal . Continue reading

CSS grid layout

CSS grid layout or CSS grid is a technique in CSS that allows web developers to create complex responsive web design layouts more easily and consistently across browsers. [1] There-have-been other methods used webpage layout Previously Including tables , the box model , and CSS flex box . It is currently a W3C Candidate Recommendation . [2] Continue reading

CSS framework

CSS framework is a pre-prepared software framework that is meant to allow for easier, more standard-compliant web design using the Cascading Style Sheets language. Most of these frameworks contain at least a grid . More functional frameworks JavaScript is not available anymore, but is mostly oriented and unobtrusive . This differentiates these functional and full JavaScript frameworks . Continue reading

CSS flex-box layout

CSS flex-box layout is a CSS3 web layout model. It is in the W3C’s candidate recommendation (CR) stage. [1] The flex layout allows for responsive Continue reading

Contact page

contact is a standard web page was website used to allow the visitor to contact the website owner or people Who are responsible for the service of the site. The page often contains one or more of the following items: Continue reading

Click path

click path ( clickstream ) is the sequence of hyperlinks on a given site, presented in the order viewed. [1] A visitor’s click through the website or a separate website, often a search engine results page, and it continues as a sequence of successive webpages visited by the user. [2] Click here to take a look at this article, and to search for sources, keywords , and / or referring domains, in order to capture data. [3] Continue reading

Chameleon (GIS)

Chameleon is an open source, distributed, highly configurable, environment for developing Web Mapping applications. It is built on MapServer and supports MapServer supported data formats. It also works well with OpenGISConsortium standards for Web Map Services WMS and Web Map Context Documents (WMC) through MapServer’s support for these standards. Continue reading

Certified Internet Web Professional

The Certified Internet Web Professional (CIW) was created by a community of Web designers and developers in the late 1990s. The company that currently owns CIW, Certification Partners, offers books, on-line learning and high-stakes exams. Third-party companies also sell CIW preparation material. [1] Continue reading

Cascade Framework

Cascade Framework is a free CSS framework for creating websites and web apps . Similar to Bootstrap and Foundation , it contains a wide range of HTML and CSS -based interface components, as well as optional JavaScript extensions. Continue reading

Breezi

Breezi is a web design application that allows users to create, design, and manage a website online, without any coding experience. [1] Design , layout customization, and content management are integrated in one visual editor. Continue reading

Bootstrap (front-end framework)

Bootstrap is a free and open-source front-end web framework for designing websites and web applications . It contains HTML – and CSS -based templates for typography , forms, buttons, navigation and other interface components, as well as optional JavaScript extensions. Unlike many web frameworks, it concerns itself with front-end development only. Continue reading

Arbitrary XML rendering

Arbitrary XML Rendering ( AXR ), is a defunct project whose aim is to create a better standard for creating web page and web applications . It will use XML for the content and HSS for the presentation layer. Some JavaScript will be used as well. Continue reading

Apache Forrest

Apache Forrest is a web-based framework based on Apache Cocoon . It is an XML single source publishing framework that allows multiple types of data-files as input, such as various popular word processing and spreadsheet files, as well as two wiki dialects. Plugins are available to support additional formats, both for input and output (such as PDF ). Continue reading

Adaptive web design

Adaptive web design ( AWD ) promotes the creation of multiple versions of a web site. Adaptive web design encompasses a range of other strategies that can be combined with responsive web design . [1] Continue reading

Web design

Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites. The different areas of the web design include web graphic design; design interface ; authoring, including standardized software and proprietary software ; user experience design ; and search engine optimization . Often many individuals will work in teams covering different aspects of the design process. [1] The term web design is usually used to describe the design process relating to the front-end (client side). Web design partially overlaps web engineering in the broader scope ofweb development . Web designers are expected to-have an awareness of usability and if Their role Involves Creating mark up aussi Then They Are expected to be up to date with web accessibility guidelines. Continue reading

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