Eric narrowly averted a career in food service when he began in tech publishing at Ziff-Davis over 25 years ago. He was on the founding staff of Windows Sources, FamilyPC, and Access Internet Magazine (all defunct, and it's not his fault). He's the author of two novels, BETA TEST ("an unusually lighthearted apocalyptic tale"--Publishers' Weekly) an... See Full Bio
Now you can name the category to create one and then you can add a slug which is basically a URL add on of sorts for all your site’s posts on that specific category. For example, if I know that Colorlib produces a lot of theme collection content, I can Google search Colorlib + collections and the first search result link is – https://colorlib.com/wp/category/collections/ . This method ensures that only you’re able to view posts under the category “Collections”.
Mobile Optimized – As an increasing percentage of all website visits are made on a mobile device, website builder software allows for the creation of a responsive, mobile-friendly site. The majority of the most popular website builders are HTML5-based, which means that it is easy to create a mobile-optimized site using the applications. Other sites that are not HTML5 based may offer a feature in which you can create a mobile-ready site.
Adobe Color simply helps you to avoid any problems like that by calculating the best fitting colors in the color scheme based on the seed color provided by you. You can set the type of a color scheme that you’re interested in as well. For example monochromatic, triad, complementary, and so on. Don’t worry, this will all become clear as soon as you visit Adobe Color.
Modern web sites typically use a Content Management System or some other template processor-based means of constructing pages on the fly using content stored in a database. Individual pages are never stored in a filesystem as they may be designed and edited in a WYSIWYG editor, thus some form of abstracted template-based layout is inevitable, invalidating one of the main benefits of using a WYSIWYG editor.
If you’re not boycotting Microsoft like Arachnophlia creator Paul Lutus, then you should check out Microsoft Visual Studio’s free “Community” edition of their IDE, which supports up to five users. While their paid versions offer more advanced features, their free version includes all the essential tools for HTML editing. Plus they throw in some useful tools for mobile app development, such as code sharing between Android and iOS.
Since the 1st of January 2015, European VAT is based on the location of the buyer, not the seller's. That's why the VAT rate applied to our products for two customers based in two different european countries can differ. That's a EU Directive and there's nothing we can do about it. That's also why we don't show the price with VAT before you select your country of residence during checkout...
About.me and Flavors.me are examples of nameplate services. You simply upload one big photograph as the background for your personal webpage, then artfully overlay information and links to create your digital nameplate. These free sites help you pull images from your social networks or from a hard drive, then provide the tools to make the text and links work unobtrusively, though it really behooves you to check out other personal pages for an idea of what works.
Content is king may be a cliched line, but it’s true now more than ever. There’re more websites now than there were before. Name a niche, any niche and it’s bound to be saturated to the hilt with websites producing content about the said niche. WordPress is a very profitable niche. Why? 50% of websites use it and many of them are new to WP. WordPress newbies and even intermediate level users require few resources to get them started and make changes to their WordPress sites, not too dissimilar to the content on Colorlib; But a website like Colorlib works well and generates revenue only when offered value to readers.
Maybe just like you, at first we didn't have a darn clue about how to build a website, nevermind write half a line of code if our life depended on it! We wanted to build a website to start a side business, and felt overwhelmed, confused & scared about how to actually do it, which builder to use, and making wrong decisions. After years of trials & errors using different website builders, we're here to share our experiences with you.