Category Archives: Tutorials

Written by: Dan C, on 2016-05-05

Web design and development is a collaborative process and it needs your client’s involvement in all stages. Learning what your potential clients wants in a website takes time and client questionnaires should focus on: – What the site’s supposed to do for the client. – What the site will look and feel like. 1. Why […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-08

C, C++, C# and Objective C are a set of similarly named programming languages, some of which are related and some of which are not. C, C++, Objective-C and C# are not different variations of the same programming language. C is the oldest of these languages and the most popular programming language ever made. C was originally […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-09-08

That’s probably one of the most popular questions from first-time learners, and it’s something that educators debate as well. Two common misconceptions cause people to ask this question. The first misconception is that there is a “best” programming language for learning, and the second is that the first language you start learning will decide what the […]

Written by: admin, on 2014-08-07

Facebook has just implemented a new feature that allows any video you encounter to automatically play as you scroll down your Facebook newsfeed. If you choose to click on it, it will also play the sound. If you are bothered by the automatic video play in Facebook, just follow these simple steps to disable it. […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-07-09

Web addresses, short codes and QR codes are common tools that allow readers to quickly access digital content from print media. Web Addresses (URL) At the beginning, companies having their own web pages listed their web address on print advertising, business cards and product packaging. Users understood this and simply typed the address in a […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-01-28

Since WordPress 3.7, there’s a new feature which allows your WordPress website to automatically perform minor core upgrades when new versions are available. Background updates are very safe and together with the ability of rolling out automatic updates over a longer period proved to be an excellent option. If you’re running WordPress 3.7, your minor […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2013-04-10

The internet is the biggest and most dynamic marketing and advertising instrument and with proper Search engine optimization and marketing, even the growth of small businesses and start-ups can be accelerated. Here are some efficient Search engine optimization guidelines for small business: Content – Content material has to be catchy and convincing because it is the content that will […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2012-11-07

Before you choose to build an app, you first have to know precisely what the app will do and what it will be called. Here are a few steps to help you name the app. 1. Be authentic Make sure your app name doesn’t sound too close to an already popular app. Also, do your homework and […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2012-10-19

Why do you need an analysis for a software project? Try and imagine you building a house. Considering you are going to use it, it will need certain features. Also, you may want to know what it will look like when it’s finished. Both aspects need to be clear before you start building it. Also, the […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2012-10-17

1. Prioritize content and keep it simple Keeping your site simple means: eliminating most images. simplifying navigation, layout, and design elements eliminate Flash and other proprietary software keep your site free of clutter break up text and other content. Mobile site visitors are on the move and with space being a valuable resource on a mobile site, […]