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Scaled bitmaps on websites = blurry images

Even a large entity such as the U.S. Postal Service can have graphics that are sub-optimal. Compare the difference for how the logo appears as of July 1/2016, relative to how it should look: Why does it look blurry? The logo is a fixed dimension PNG file, but it’s later …

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Keep Your Web Info Updated and Accessible

If you have a Web site, there can be several different products involved. Those products could all be managed in the same place or in different places. So let’s go over a few of the major items and talk about keeping them updated and accessible. A web site with a …

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Elegant Themes and Divi Theme Make Building Web Site Easier

Building a great Web site in a minimal amount of time is always the goal. I become a bigger fan of using WordPress every day that I use it and it is important to Choose the Perfect WordPress Theme. One of my favorite themes is Divi because it is both …

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Setting Up Successful Ecommerce Site Requires Many Decisions

There are many factors involved in setting up a successful e-commerce Web site. I put together a detailed post on our Web Design Solutions Unleashed site listing many of them. I encourage you all to read Important Decisions When Developing An E-Commerce Web Site and go through the list of …

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Review of Xara Web Designer 365 Premium

The folks at Xara are not only keeping up with what Web designers want & need, they’re pushing Web design boundaries in all the right ways. The bells & whistles are all there in Xara Web Designer 365 – parallax scrolling effects, sticky elements, animations, photo grids, smart shapes, clipart, …

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Building Mail List Signup Forms With Bloom WordPress Plugin

Yesterday I shared that we are doing some testing of a new mailing service for our newsletters. The post you are reading goes out to two Graphics Unleashed lists. But we also have lists for some of our sister sites. Those lists are relatively new so we don’t have to …

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Testing Web Site Speed to Identify Slow Elements

Last week I wrote how Google Tag Manager Simplifies Code, Speeds Site and the various techniques we used in Shaving 66% Off WordPress Web Site Loading Speed. Sure you can just visit a site yourself as a way to test the speed, but it isn’t the most accurate measure. Ideally …

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Shaving 66% Off WordPress Web Site Loading Speed

Loyal readers know that I’ve really been focused on making our Web sites load faster. First I wrote The Many Elements of Web Site Speed and then Google Tag Manager Simplifies Code, Speeds Site. Now that I’ve completed a number of tweaks, I want to describe the steps and results. …

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Google Tag Manager Simplifies Code, Speeds Site

Yesterday I described The Many Elements of Web Site Speed. There are many variables that can be fine tuned to add more speed. Some have a small effect, others have a big effect. Today I want to talk about one change that can simplify maintaining a site while also adding …

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The Many Elements Involved in Web Site Speed

Whether a Web site is fast or slow depends on many different things. I’ve been very disappointed with the speed of some of our sites lately and I am working on addressing the issues I can change. This is important to those visiting the sites and is also a factor …

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