Posts Tagged:Google Chrome

rfp-robotRFP ROBOT: Website Request for Proposal Generator

The time has come for a new website (or website redesign), which means you need to write a website request for proposal or web RFP. A Google search produces a few examples, but they vary wildly and don’t seem to speak really to your goals for developing or redesigning a new website. You need to write a website RFP that will clearly articulate your needs and generate responses from the best website designers and developers out there. But how?

Have no fear, RFP Robot is here. He will walk you through a step-by-step process to help you work through the details of your project and create a PDF formatted website design RFP that will provide the information vendors need to write an accurate bid. RFP Robot will tell you what info you should include, point out pitfalls, and give examples.


Using DevTools to Tweak Designs in the Browser

Let’s look at some ways we can use the browsers DevTools to do design work. There are a few somewhat hidden tricks you mind find handy! Toggling Classes With Checkboxes This is useful when trying to pick a design from different options or to toggle the active state of an element without adding the class manually in DevTools. To achieve this, we could use different classes and scope styles inside them. So if we want to see different options for a banner design, we could so something like: .banner-1 { /* Style variation */ } .banner-2 { /* Style variation */ } Google Chrome gives us the ability to add all of these classes and toggle (show/hide) them with a checkbox to make a quick comparison between them. See the demo Pen. Editing Content with designMode Web content is dynamic, so our design should be flexible and we should test…

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Mozilla’s Light-Weight Web Design Tools

Inspired Magazine Inspired Magazine – creativity & inspiration daily Without any doubt, during the past five years, Google Chrome has emerged as the dominant force in the browser war for desktop users and (obviously) mobile users alike.  Developers, on the other hand, being more tech-savvy and security-conscious than the average user, have a tendency to prefer Firefox.  Indeed all security-focused distros feature Firefox as the browser of choice rather than Chromium, even though the latter is also open source and free in every sense of the word. Fortunately the adherence to web standards means that the browser most developers are using is mostly compatible with the browser most ordinary users are using.  This is important because it means something developed in Firefox is 99% of the time going to work flawlessly in Chrome.  Internet Explorer is no longer a priority for most developers because it’s seen as a fringe browser…

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Google Is Requiring HTTPS for Secure Data in Chrome by @SEOBrock

Does your site collect sensitive visitor information such as passwords, credit card information, or personal data? If so, be warned: by the end of January 2017, Google Chrome will begin marking sites without HTTPS as non-secure. Why does this matter and how does it affect your site?The post Google Is Requiring HTTPS for Secure Data in Chrome by @SEOBrock appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/feed/

Facebook Ad Custom Audiences: Everything You Need To Know – 2017 UPDATE

We all agree: Facebook Custom Audiences are one of – if not the most – essential tools for successful Facebook advertising campaigns. In this post, we will go through everything you need to know about Custom Audiences – from set up to advanced implementation to tactics. If you’re short on time, or want this information offline, download the fully updated free ebook: The Ultimate Guide to Facebook Custom Audiences. If you’re already well versed in Facebook Custom Audiences, feel free to skip around within the article. Here’s the table of contents: How To Create a Facebook Custom Audience Types of Custom Audiences How To Create a “Customer List” Custom Audience How To Create a Website Custom Audience How To Create an App Activity Audience How To Create an Engagement Custom Audience How To Create a Lookalike Audience Targeting Facebook Ads to Custom Audiences 3 Ways To Boost Your Campaigns with Custom Audiences Advanced Custom Audiences with AdEspresso…

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Why You Should Use Micro-Interactions In Your Website

Micro-interactions are small details that refer to engagement of users to their devices as natural as it comes when viewing a particular page on a website.  Examples of common micro-interactions include the following: Pull-to-refresh feature of some mobile apps Vibration when the mobile phone is set to Mute A pop-up animation when a particular action is done Some of the most basic micro-interactions that we encounter regularly are able to do the following: Instant feedback or a display of results after doing a specific action Accomplishment of individual tasks, such as liking a post or pressing a Save button Prevention of user-initiated errors Settings modification Unknowingly for the user, these micro-interactions may come in the form of interesting and fun designs, but can also be extremely formal depending on the kind of design or theme that the company would like to use for their website. Some designers would make it…

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Mozilla Releases Firefox 4 Beta 1

They say that good things happen to those who wait, and it seems like we’ve waited long enough: Mozilla has released the first Beta version of Firefox 4. As the world’s second most popular web browser, the release of Firefox 4 (which you can download here) has been widely anticipated for close to a year. It’s release last week marks the first of many beta versions to come (new versions are set to roll out every 2-3 weeks) with the official release at the end of 2010.

Top 10 Google Products You May Not Have Heard About

Google’s quest for total web domination over the last couple of years has produced an army of helpful and successful products, including Gmail, Calendar, Maps, Earth and more. And while Google’s most successful products get a ton of press, they also have a huge list of lesser-known products that deserve a shout-out or two. Below is a list of the top 10 you may not have heard about.

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