There’s a tough competition among video sharing platforms and obviously, Facebook doesn’t want to send their visitors over to YouTube. This is the reason why if you want to share a YouTube video it will only show a teeny-tiny thumbnail, along with a title and a short meta description. Not something that has a very effective click through rate.
In the other hand if you share a Facebook video, it not just shows large but it also starts to play automatically when your friends scroll through it on your timeline. It even loops the video, generating more views so Facebook can brag that they generate more views.
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Atoms, molecules, organisms, templates, and pages, what all those things have in common? You’ll be surprised, the Periodic Table.
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The design trends have always been dynamic and interesting. In the era of digital art, they can fade away as quickly as they appeared. What has been contemporary over the past few years may look completely outdated now. Although some trends have stood the test of time, others have disappeared in the blink of an eye to make room for new modern views.
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If you came of age during the 90’s, you likely remember watching “Friends” on TV, eating cereal Saturday mornings while watching cartoons, and staying up late to play video games using your Game Boy Color. When you searched the web during that time, all websites had nothing but text and static HTML. Fast-forward two decades and “Friends” is on streaming services or syndication, Saturday cartoons have been replaced with entire channels dedicated to the genre, and handheld video games are most commonly played on your mobile phone.
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Nowadays, an increasing number of individuals, companies, and governments of different countries start worrying about how personal data of Internet users is consumed and how much privacy and anonymity are kept on the Internet. Today most of the information is available on the Internet and many people use smartphones to obtain it. Meanwhile, your gadget contains personal photos, addresses, and phone numbers, as well as information about bank accounts, social status, and health. Still, there is a direct threat that the smallest violation of safety standards can cause damage to the daily life of any person.
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I have already presented how to draw faces with plain HTML+CSS and we’ve also learned about CSS keyframes animation. Let’s combine these two and create a continuously moving face with blinking eyes looking around and with a smiling mouth. Let’s do this using nothing but plain HTML5 CSS3!
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Today online presence is absolutely necessary for any successful business. If you do not have a corporate website or a social media profile, you can assume that your business simply does not exist.
This effective marketing tool allows you to:
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HTML, CSS, or Python? Whichever coding language you are learning and no matter what your skills are, having a quality work environment can not only speed up your work but also improve its quality, what leads to a much higher satisfaction. In the end, while it’s true that you can learn HTML with nothing more than Notepad, there is no better way to practice your skills than to actually create and deploy or edit live projects.
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In 2018, the European Union became the first major international body to institute regulations on internet data protection. The commission’s policy is called the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, and it went into effect as of May 2018.
The rules of GDPR are applicable to any website or online application that can be served to citizens of the EU. So even if your primary audience and data center are located in Australia or the United States, your site can still be held to the regulations.
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