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Image SEO: Optimizing images for search engines

Whether you’re a blogger or you write articles for an online magazine or newspaper, chances are you’ll find yourself asking whether your article needs an image or not. The answer is always “Yes”. Images bring an article to life and can also contribute to your website’s SEO. This post explains how to fully optimize an […]

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Responsive Design

Responsive Images

I come here not to bury img, but to praise it.

Well, mostly.

Historically, I like img just fine. It’s refreshingly uncomplicated, on the surface: it fires off a request for the file in its src attribute, renders the contents of that file, and provide…

Breathing New Life into an Old Website

Everyone working in development is bound at some time to discover they’ve been shelling out good money for hosting an old website that has been forgotten about. Rather than letting this investment go to waste, you could actually revive the old site by updating it. What you do with it after that is entirely up…Continue Reading “Breathing New Life into an Old Website”

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New Services, What’s new at Vontainment

We are opening up some new services to our clients soon. We are always looking for better ways to use our skills and technology to help better our services. We are very excited with our companies growth and feel it is time to expand on that. Located in Port Charlotte, we specialize in modern responsive …

SEO tasks: Creation and prioritization

It can be daunting to start in search engine optimization, I can imagine. There’s so much to do, ranging from the more technical SEO tasks to more general SEO tasks and content optimization. I can create a list for your website, or for your online shop, but you might find it hard to decide where to […]

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Site structure: the ultimate guide

Your site needs to have a defined structure, because without it, it’ll just be a random collection of pages and blog posts. Your users need this structure to navigate around your site, to click from one page to another. Google also uses the structure of your site to determine what content is important and what […]

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Essential Web Technologies to Learn (2018 Edition)

Becoming a web developer is easy, so they say. What most people feeding you that line neglect to mention is that while almost anyone can be a web developer, not everyone using that title is good at web development. All of us must make a start somewhere, and if you’re just getting started in your…Continue Reading “Essential Web Technologies to Learn (2018 Edition)”

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SEO basics: Elements of the Google Search Engine Results Page

Everybody knows what the Google Search Engine Results Page (SERP) looks like. We’ve all been there. We cross that page with every search we do. Still, the page can look rather different depending on what you’re searching for. And, which of those results are paid for and which are not – the organic ones? In […]

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CSS: The Definitive Guide, 4th Edition

A note from the editors: We’re pleased to share an excerpt from Chapter 19 (“Filters, Blending, Clipping, and Masking”) of CSS: The Definitive Guide, 4th Edition by Eric Meyer and Estelle Weyl, available now from O’Reilly.In addition to filtering, CSS …

3 ways to revitalize your digital marketing program

Ever hit a performance plateau? Contributor Elizabeth Laird looks at three ways to jumpstart your marketing efforts when you’re stuck and spinning your wheels.

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