Monday, 26 August 2013

10 Best Wordpress Plugins for Website Backup

One of the worst nightmares for any developer is losing precious data from his website. If one has to re-do the entire work and get back all the data, the process is only going to be long and tedious. Thus the better approach is always precaution – precaution from spammers, hackers, viruses and Trojans. An effective yet simple way of keeping a website backup regularly is by using plugins. In WordPress, which is regarded as a premier content management system, there are several open source plugins that can be installed to create a backup of the website. The work of these backup plugins is to automatically create daily or weekly backups.

Thursday, 22 August 2013

5 Best Tools For Responsive Web Design

Responsive web designs mean the ability of websites to open and function smoothly on multiple devices. With the increasing popularity of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, web developers have quickly understood the importance of responsive website designs. Today it is no longer a matter of choice that websites need to be responsive, it is compulsory. To develop a responsive website, it is important that designers know how to use frameworks, grids to their advantage. They also have to be well aware of at least a few standard screen sizes. It is also not uncommon for developers to test their websites in multiple devices during the development phase.

Sunday, 11 August 2013

Top 5 Useful Mobile Web Browser

Smartphones have taken over the market and today everyone is going the mobile way! While browsing on the mobile phones have increased manifold, many mobile web browser are also hitting the market. For the users, it becomes essential to know which are the most user mobile web browsers currently available in the market.

Friday, 2 August 2013

How to Cover Up a Component Title in Joomla

Joomla is one of the most popular CMS solutions in the world. This popularity can be attributed to the fact that a developer can manage a website without having to deal with HTML and PHP codes. Most of the features can be tuned within the CMS. Often developers look for ways to cover up the title component in Joomla. Here we shall find a way through it without any coding in five easy steps.