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Best Practices for Registration Forms – How Not to Lose a User?

By on Mar 8, 2016 in HTML, Interesting

Emma Watson
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WordPress Developer at Wordsuccor Ltd.
Emma is a WordPress Developer by Profession and writer by hobby. She works for Wordsuccor Ltd, a leading custom WordPress web development company that serves clients across the globe. If you need to hire a wordpress developer you can get in touch with her through Facebook or Twitter.
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There may be numerous reasons for making a user register on your website such as growing your email list for boosting email marketing, the sale of products or so much more. However, for users, filling out forms is boring and annoying. Registering on the site is not slightly less frustrating than filling out paper forms. According to Forrester Research, more than 11% of US users intentionally left a website simply because of their complex and lengthy registration process. Whether you run a blog and planning a webinar and want users to sign up for it or your e-commerce site simply needs guest users’ email addresses for their abandoned carts, whatever the reason may be – you need users to register. After all, it is one of the best ways to reach out to users who probably have abandoned or perhaps forgotten about your site. But registration process doesn’t have suck. They should be short, crisp and concise. And if you are not ready to make your registration process any simpler, be prepared to lose hundreds of potential customers then. Today, in this article, we are going to share some of the best practices for designing and adding registration forms to your website in order to make the process less complex. Short is Good It’s no rocket science. Nobody wants to fill out a lengthy form. A registration form should have fewer form fields otherwise, you may find your users leave the registration process midway. Narrow down the information you...

Prolific HTML5 Frameworks That Will Overshadow in 2016

By on Nov 20, 2015 in CSS, HTML

Rick Mobiers

Rick Mobiers

Developer at Mobiers Ltd
Rick Brown is a developer who has helped companies gain momentum with their small and large scale projects. If you need to hire iPhone app programmers then simply get in touch with Rick via Twitter. He is currently working for Mobiers Ltd., a leading mobile app development company.
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HTML5 Frameworks to make your life easier   HTML5 is a powerful language that possesses fabulous features. It supports the high-end multimedia graphics, cross browser compatibility, responsive layouts, several top-notch front end designing tools, and so forth. The best thing about the HTML5 is that there are truckloads of HTML5 frameworks out there that make the web designing a simple and convenient job. All you need to do is choose a suitable framework and begin designing. A Framework can be defined as a set of practices, and methods to handle a common kind of problem. Since, these problems are quite similar in nature, they can be referred for conveniently solving new problems. Frameworks allow one to efficiently accomplish a task without reinventing the wheel. HTML5 frameworks offer a common structure so that designers don’t need to redo the things from scratch and rather reuse the available code. There are numerous HTML5 frameworks available in the market. Now, since the year 2015 is about to end, I have come up with a list of frameworks that are expected to get into the limelight in 2016. Going through the list can aid designers and developers to choose a suitable framework and create a desired design with utmost ease and without leaving the quality behind. Most importantly, all these frameworks are responsive in nature and thus, ensure a smooth performance of the designs created via them. Let’s decipher the top HTML5 frameworks that are expected to dominate in the coming year.  ...

Style HTML Table with CSS

By on Oct 4, 2014 in CSS, HTML

Enmanuel Corvo

Enmanuel Corvo

Software Engineer at LiveAnswer
Enmanuel Corvo is a Software Engineer experienced in Web Applications Development. Huge fan of Wordpress and an active plug-in author who enjoys writing code and blog posts about anything related to technology. Enmanuel also helps provide cloud solutions and software integrations to enterprise and small business.
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Table Style CSS Tables are an important component of every website. By default they provide an excellent way of representing tabular data, but lack the looks. If you want to make your tables come alive with user friendly designs you are going to need some CSS. Cascade Style Sheet or CSS can improve the looks of any table by a lot. Without any styles, tables are very dull. Add a little bit of CSS an you have an attractive display of tabular data that would make it easier to read and understand for your visitors. Plain HTML table without CSS vs. Table with CSS without styles with styles Take a look at the first table on the left. As you can see it does not look very appealing. Sure you can see all the content perfectly and it might even make sense, but I think we can agree that the looks could be improved to make it more appealing and capture visitors attention. In contrast, look at the table right under, it has some simple styling and it looks much more appealing to the eye. No doubt that a little CSS can make a big different when it comes to tables. Styling a table with css is a must. Too much styling does not help either Unfortunately, many people are confused when it comes to styling their tables. As a result, the styles applied are not very effective and instead of being appealing sometimes can be repealing. That is...

WordPress Image Hover Effect Plugin

By on Sep 13, 2014 in CSS, HTML, WordPress

Enmanuel Corvo

Enmanuel Corvo

Software Engineer at LiveAnswer
Enmanuel Corvo is a Software Engineer experienced in Web Applications Development. Huge fan of Wordpress and an active plug-in author who enjoys writing code and blog posts about anything related to technology. Enmanuel also helps provide cloud solutions and software integrations to enterprise and small business.
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Free WordPress Image Hover Effect Plugin Rollover Images are a very nice gadget for your site and that is because they are a great way to capture visitors’s attention by interacting with them. You have probably come across them while visiting some website due to their increased popularity. If you don’t know what a rollover image is let me show you right bellow: What are Rollover Images Basically it is an image that when you put your mouse over it (rollover) it changes. The change could be in color, size, opacity or a whole new different image. See image bellow Now you can see why this is such an important and cool feature for your site. It allows you to capture your visitors attention by interacting with them (hovering over the image) in a way that is not intrusive or annoying. Rollover Images are cool and all, but by default they don’t offer much content. So if you really want to put then to use you are going to have to take it to the next level by adding some text content perhaps. This will allow you to display promotions, new deals, special event etc. in a way that will catch your visitor attention and won’t go unnoticed. The good news is that if you use WordPress for your website you are in luck. There happens to be a plugin out there that will help you create rollover images and much more very easily, without have to write a...

Choosing a text editor – what are my options?

By on Jan 25, 2014 in Beginners, CSS, HTML, jQuery

So you want a text editor, cool let’s talk about text editors. As you start working more hands on with code: HTML, CSS, Java Script and any other language, you are going to want to use a good text editor because notepad simple doesn’t do the job any more. So… choosing a text editor, where to start? There are a few things to take into consideration when choosing a text editor, you want something that is reliable, easy to use and popular. Popular because that mean there is going to be tons of support and blogging  about using that editor, in addition to possible open source add ons. But at the end of the day it all comes down to personal preference, what ever makes you happy. So I have put together a list of good text editors I have used in the past, hope this helps you find your way to the perfect text editor. Sublime Text 2 Platforms: Windows/Mac/Linux Sublime Text 2 is a sophisticated text editor for code, html and prose. You’ll love the slick user interface and extraordinary features. Sublime Text 2 is a great text editor, it is actually one of my favorites text editors. I has many nice features that definably makes writing code easier. One of my favorite thing about Sublime Text 2 is that you can install all sorts of open source plugin. One of my favorite plug in is ZenCoding (really makes HTML coding a lot easier) read more about...

Adding a CSS file to your HTML page

By on Jan 25, 2014 in Beginners, CSS, HTML, Intermediate

CSS is very useful, it allows you to style your website to your taste. It is ideal when the style is applied to many pages. With an external style sheet, you can change the look of an entire Web site by changing one file. There are multiple was of using CSS and adding it to an HTML page. In this short tutorial I will show you a few ways of adding CSS to your website. First things first, Create a CSS file Open your favorite text editor (if you don’t have one get one choosing a text editior) and create a new file with extension .css. Once you have the file you can start declaring your styles using ‘tags’, ‘classes’, ‘ids’ and or a combinations of all of them. What are classes, ids, and tags The class selector is used to specify a style for a group of elements. The class selector is most often used on several elements.This allows you to set a particular style for many HTML elements with the same class.The class selector uses the HTML class attribute, and is defined with a “.”In the example below, all HTML elements with class=”red-background” will have a red background: ?View Code CSS1 2 3 4 #para1{ text-align:center; color:red; } You can also declare global attributes for HTML tags such as p, div, li, ul etc. And this is done in the same format as above: ?View Code CSS1 2 3 4 p{ text-align:center; color:red; } You can also...