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Boost E-commerce Website Traffic In 7 Effective Steps

There is no doubt about the fact that November and December are ideal months for ecommerce sales, due to too many crucial days lying during these months, with the likes of Cyber Monday, Black Friday, Christmas, and Happy New Year. These are holiday months for online shoppers, but for ecommerce stores it is the moment…

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Why Angular JS For Your Next Project?

AngularJS is a complete Java Script based web application framework developed by Google. It is most widely used to develop cross platform mobile applications and simplifies both the development and testing of applications. It provides a framework for client side model–view–controller (MVC) and model–view–viewmodel (MVVM) architectures, along with components commonly used in rich Internet applications….

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Responsive and adaptive web design – what is the difference

It is obvious that launching your own online project you need it to run seamlessly on all devices. And to gain this goal there is more than one way. First of all you need to learn more about the differences between them, whether it is mobile app design, or if you need to build a…

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4 Tips to Help You Perfectly Redesign your Website

The glamour, the glitz, the magnificent design components that make your site resembles a million bucks. While thinking about a site redesign, it’s anything but difficult to concentrate just on those elements that are speaking to the eye. Lamentably, redesigning a site isn’t just an activity in feel. Without a doubt, the absolutely visual components…

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(With Picture) How to Backup WordPress Blog via Cpanel

How often do you backup your website? What would you do in case of accidental configuration change, malware and hack attacks? A complete backup of your website would be a lifesaver in any case of failure, configuration modification or attacks. Are you taking your complete website backup? No? Don’t worry. Based on my experience roughly…