How to create and embed a Twitter widget

Add tweets to your homepage with the Twitter widget

Embedding Twitter on your website doesn’t just mean a pop-up window to your Twitter news feed; thanks to the Twitter widget, you can add actual elements of your Twitter account to your website. This could be tweets you’ve favourited, lists you’ve compiled, or even your entire news feed – it’s up to you. Find out how this works and what the benefits are in our guide to embedding a Twitter feed.

Create FAQ page

Create FAQ page: Tips and tricks

How do I know whether this size will fit? How can I return an item? And what payment options are available? Customers will always have similar questions when it comes to online purchases. It’s a good idea for companies to answer these common questions on their FAQ page. Find out here how to create an FAQ page, which questions are good questions, and how to identify them.

Membership site

How to create a membership site, i.e. a password-protected website

It is not uncommon for websites to have a members’ area that contains exclusive content for registered members only in order to attract customers and foster loyalty long-term. Learn how to make a private website that requires a password, how to convert users, and what else you should consider when creating a membership site.

Create a donate button

Adding a donate button to your website

If you want to raise money for your own purposes or, for example, for a charitable organisation, a donate button can be a handy tool. Here, we’ll show you how to set up a donate button via WordPress or PayPal, explore who it’s suitable for, and what you might need to consider in advance. Read our useful article to find out more.

Backend frontend

Backend and frontend explained simply

For any software or website, there is frontend and backend. While the frontend is close to the user, the backend is the level which is closer to the system. In this article, we explain what the two terms mean, which functions backend and frontend perform, how they differ from one another, and how they work together. Read on for more.

What is a static site generator?

What is a static site generator?

Nowadays, you can use a wide variety of tools to create a website. Website builders and content management systems are particularly popular, but in some cases these applications are far too complex and resource-intensive. Static site generators are a core component of so-called Jamstacks and play an increasingly important role in the development of smaller websites.

The best static site generators

10 best static site generators

If you want to create a static website, modern static site generators (SSG) are the first choice to create performant websites without much effort. Highly optimized frontends can be generated from by using technologies like Vue, React and GraphQL. Read on to explore the best static site generator of 2021 in our static site generator comparison.

How to create a search engine for your website

Search bars: how to set up a website search engine

Usability is a crucial factor when it comes to the success of your online presence. It’s therefore of the utmost importance that users can find their required information easily and without delay. As a website operator, you can make this possible by enabling your visitors to browse your site for specific keywords. Find out more on how to create a custom search engine for your website.

Writing content for websites

Writing content for websites: 9 tips for more effective website copy

‘Nobody reads online content.’ So goes the claim and there’s some truth to it. But web texts that are well-written and relevant to your readers tend to find an audience and are favoured by search engines. But how do you write good content for the web and what do you need to consider when looking for topics and structure? Read on to find out more top tips on how to write effective website content.

Single Page Application

Single Page Applications – Definition, functionality, and benefits

We all use a plethora of dynamic websites every day. In many cases, these are down to so-called single page applications, in which only a single HTML document is used. This article shows you exactly how single page applications work, when it makes sense to use them, and which frameworks can be used to program them. Read on for more.


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