The world around us is changing at a tremendously fast speed. New technologies are presented all the time. We cannot imagine our lives without keeping our smartphones and wearables always in handy. We access the web more often than giving a simple phone call to our friends.
The web is changing rapidly. The techniques that were in demand a year ago are no longer popular. In order to keep up with the times, we need to keep our websites constantly updated. If for some reason you notice that people lose interest in your data, then it’s high time for a revamp.
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Let’s say you want to purchase something. If you’re looking to buy groceries, you’ll almost always just go to your local store. If you’re looking for any other product, however, it becomes more likely you’ll check if you can order it online. It’s so much more convenient.
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This article is about presenting how to use the Hacker Typer at Geek Prank. This Geek Typer is meant to simulate that you’re hacking into a top secret government facility. Use the program in full screen mode to hide the browser frame and make it even more life-like. Use the program to prank someone, making them believe that you’re a real hacker.
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Tracking sport event statistics and displaying the score has never been easier. With the new online scoreboard you don’t need an expensive equipment to count the score anymore. All you need is a laptop and a projector or a big screen to display the score and measure the time. The web-based online scoreboard can be customized to many different sports.
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It’s understandable when there is a little bit of rivalry between countries that share a lot in common but have distinct things that make them different. This is true when it comes to the United States, Canada, and Australia. This rivalry is seen when discussing beer, national foods, and sporting teams. There is also room for comparison to when it comes to hosting services. Let’s take a look at how the hosting services in the United States, Australia, and Canada compare to each other.
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Display Cookie Compliancy warnings to website visitors in the European Union according to the GDPR and other mindless laws. Since we don’t wan’t to annoy everyone just the necessary European population we can target the visitors according to their time zones.
The warning stripe will keep showing up on every page where the script is active until the visitor clicks the accept button. This will create a cookie on the guest’s computer and keep it for 90 days even if he leaves the website.
This label makes more sense because with a chainsaw you can actually hurt yourself.
See the warning widget in action on this website or on the demo page.
Check out the live demo here.
Search functionality is crucial to improve the user experience, making navigation on the website much easier. This functionality is built into WordPress and almost every other CMS, but in this article I’m going to present a custom and very lightweight HTML-CSS-JS-jQuery solution that is very easy to implement.
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Web design and development are hot skills in the tech market right now. They are both crucial to create a great product. Surprisingly, developers and designers often share familiar skillsets – algorithmic thinking, creativity used both for coding as well as designing 3D graphics and posters. However, it’s common to think about these specialists as somewhat the opposite sides of the web designer vs web developer spectrum – the stronger one’s developer’s skills are, the worse his designer capacities are.
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