Hello Internet!, So trolling around like I always usually do, I have come across an amazing list of cheat sheets for use as a web developer. The great part of modern web development is the absolute wealth of free documentation out there, the drawback, of course, is its not always up to date. So bellow
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As you guys have seen of late I have become a pretty big fan of info-graphics. If I could find a nice way to make a poster out of it I would have them all over my wall in the office. Here is the next instalment of a great info-graphic, all thanks to the lovely
Here is a nice follow up on our previous article which you can read here: Interesting enough we here at Linuxweb use neither of these two frameworks in our website development. We have hacked and code our very own. Enjoiy!!
by Neil Patel on June 13, 2014 With over 150 million active users, and 50% of all users logging into Google Plus daily, Google Plus is a social network you can’t ignore. Sure, it isn’t as popular as Facebook or Twitter, but it can help impact your search engine rankings in a positive way. A
What do penguins, pandas and hummingbirds remind you of? If you own a blog or a website, these are the “animal” updates to Google’s algorithm that help mould the state of content you see online today. So much can be said in regards to SEO that you’d probably be able to fill countless books with
So the folks over at Search Engine Land who wrote the great blog article on 6 Essentials Of E-Commerce SEO You’re Probably Still Missing (I tweeted about this here). Well they also released this awesome info-graphic (And you can download the PDF versions Too). Condensed Graphic: Full Graphic
Really nice to come across a well rounded, well designed cheat sheet every now and then. I am hoping to bring a few of these to you. Te guys over at ZeroLag hosting were kind enough to share these with the world and allow us to repost them at free will on our own sites.