Responsive Design School

Responsive Design School – Learn How-To Build Responsive Websites

By on January 23, 2014

[box type=”info” width=”100%”] The Responsive Design School is an online education platform, where web designers, developers and beginners can learn how to build fully responsive websites, from scratch, without using frameworks like the twitter bootstrap, or Zurb Foundation. Being able to hard-code responsive websites will enable you to build more robust responsive websites than the Read More...


Spotlinks – Connect Your Social Media Networks in One Place

By on January 23, 2014

[highlight color=”grey”]“Spotlinks, the official “middle man” app of links, soon available on the Apple App Store and the Android Market”[/highlight] [box type=”success” width=”100%”] Spotlinks offers to their users a unique platform which gathers in one single app all the various links of today’s social networks. Focus and exchange your web page/ social networks / contact Read More...


Coinify – Make Money from Push Notifications on Your Phone

By on January 23, 2014

[box type=”info” width=”100%”] Coinify is an Android app that delivers ads on your mobile device and pays you just for receiving push notifications. You make money from ads that you’re interested in. You control how much you make. You set the limit on the number of pushes. Coinify is all about you. Cash out when Read More...


EDMdesigner – Create Responsive Email Templates Instantly

By on January 23, 2014

[box type=”info” width=”100%”] EDMdesigner is an easy to use drag and drop editor which helps you build responsive email templates in minutes. No more HTML coding and tiresome email testing. EDMdesigner solves these for you automatically. Will be available for integration and as a standalone editor soon! [/box] You have to admit, opening an email Read More...

Are pages from social media sites ranked differently

Do Social Media Signals Affect Google Rankings? (GWH Video)

By on January 22, 2014

[box type=”info” width=”100%”] Are Facebook and Twitter signals part of the ranking algorithm? How much do they matter? Ryan, Michigan [/box] The above was the original question asked, I rephrased it in title to make it more understandable, as it clearly is a question of that nature. Matt Cutts begins the video by saying that Read More...

WordPress Blog Hacked Learn Why and How [Infographic]

WordPress Blog Hacked? Learn Why and How [Infographic]

By on January 22, 2014

I’ve posted an infographic about phishing attacks, but I think that WordPress hacking is different, and deserves a post of its own, and happily there is an infographic just right to assist us with understanding the curves. WordPress is dominating the market, literally. You can see the real-time statistics over at W3Techs. You should know Read More...

How-To Avoid Becoming a Victim of Hackers [Infographic]

How-To Avoid Becoming a Victim of Phishing Attacks [Infographic]

By on January 22, 2014

The internet is full of mysteries, code masters and hackers who love to play with other people. You have to give credit where it is due – some of these online hackers have done and achieved great things through their intelligence and vast amounts of knowledge. One such convention – that brings together hackers from Read More...