What does WYSIWYG mean?

WYSIWYG: I spy with my little eye

WYSIWYG: This strange sequence of letters has become the standard for most editor programs. This is why many users can’t imagine how these programs work without the 'what you see is what you get' principle. In the field of HTML editors, there are different approaches and opinions. We explain exactly what is behind the acronym, show you the advantages and disadvantages of the principle, and...

Risks and rewards of a rebrand

Risks and rewards of a rebrand - 5 tips to choosing the right domain and migrating successfully

Rebranding or redesigning your company’s online presence can be a nerve-wracking venture, representing a big change for your company. Whether relaunching under a new name or changing your corporate image, the challenges are not to be ignored. From selecting the best domain name to following the most important SEO aspects, this article guides you through five easy steps towards a successful...

Intelligent search: using the search function

Intelligent search: a user-friendly search bar for your online shop

For many customers, the search bar is the first port of call when visiting an online shop. It is the most important tool for research and shopping online; something which most e-commerce retailers have been aware of now for quite some time. But a search bar is often not enough. Many retailers choose to use very basic standard solutions, despite the fact that an intelligent search with features...

Website ratings: why are they so important?

Website ratings: how important are ratings and comment boxes?

As the saying goes: 'The customer is king'. This principle is emphasised online: By providing ratings, reviews, and commenting possibilities on your website, customers and visitors are given the opportunity to be heard. This also increases trust in your website. Read our article about why ratings on websites are getting more and more important, what types of ratings there are, and how they can be...

Learn PHP: our all-encompassing PHP tutorial for beginners

Learn PHP: a PHP tutorial

With a market share of more than 80%, PHP is the go-to scripting language for many programmers when it comes to creating dynamic content. Whether you’re operating your own weblog, running an internet forum, or designing an online shop, it’s likely that the software behind this will be written via PHP. Our PHP tutorial for beginners will introduce you to the basics of the popular scripting...

SVG format: how to embed SVG vector graphics

SVG format: how to embed graphic files into your website

Increasing the size of a raster graphic beyond its actual resolution comes with a loss of quality, which can lead to serious problems in your responsive web design, including increased loading times and a lower ranking in search engine results pages. Optimizing GIF, PNG, and JPG images to display properly across different devices can rapidly turn into a mammoth task. Because of this, vector...

What is an RSS feed?

Incorporating RSS feeds on your website

The standard RSS format is used on many websites to show news or updates in a compact format. Website visitors have the option of subscribing to RSS feeds in order to see new content without actually having to visit the subscribed website on a regular basis. For content providers, RSS feeds represent an interesting tool for forming connections with their readers. Since information in the RSS...

Creating a forum: how it works

Creating a forum: the best options

Despite social networks such as Facebook becoming more and more popular, internet forums for free communities are still in as much demand as ever. Thanks to their exclusivity, traditional communication platforms maintain their place online and enhance numerous web projects. What are the possibilities for creating your own forum?

Tutorial: RDFa—markup with Schema.org

Tutorial: RDFa—markup with Schema.org

Recommended by W3C as a standard for embedding metadata into HTML, HTML5, XHTML, and other XML dialects, this data format forms the foundation for the semantic web. The project Schema.org provides a standard vocabulary for the markup format. Find out more about its applications and limits and get a feel for tagging with RDFa.

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.


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