You might have noticed a small flash icon next to a couple websites on the Google search results page and some social media sites. This icon means that the webpage is using the AMP technology and it’s loading lightning fast on mobile browsers.
The year 2019 is rapidly getting to the end. This means that it’s high time to start drawing conclusions, look back and sum up what were the most impressive techniques and web design approaches that we tried in the last 365 days.
In order not to get lost in the modern world of technologies, one must learn how to navigate. Well, before robots have conquered our world, let’s find out more about such a marvelous and at the same time frightening thing as coding, so when the final battle with robots comes, you will be ready to fight.
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.
An Argument for HTML Websites in a World Obsessed with WordPress
There is a reason why WordPress sites are so popular. They allow people to quickly create sites that function properly. When building a static HTML site, there are a number of things that can go wrong. If a person does not know what they are doing, and even for those who do know what they are doing, there exists the possibility of spending as much time troubleshooting the site as building it.
WordPress is a straightforward Content Management System (CMS). Most of the time, you won’t need to touch a single code to post content on your website. But, there are advanced tasks that require you to tweak a couple of HTML codes on the editor, hence, understanding HTML can be helpful.
Gradient background buttons with animated hover transition effect implemented with HTML5 and CSS3. Try the onpage demo and see the focus position of the background travelling from one side to the other.