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7 best practices for your Drupal environment

First released in 2001, Drupal is a free and open-source content-management framework written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. Drupal is used as a back-end framework for at least 5.1% of all Web sites worldwide, putting it in 3rd place behind WordPress and Joomla. The various uses for Drupal range from… Read the full post


Cross-Browser Compatibility Tips (Part 1)

This is Part 1 of the Coding for different browsers series where we will discuss the different methodologies and tools to make the user experience for your customers as seamless as possible. In Part 1, we are going to discuss the various techniques used to render your site as you expect on multiple browsers. In Part 2,… Read the full post


The magic behind the CSS 3 (part 1)

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets; it’s a presentational language used to separate formatting and appearance of elements from the content specified in the mark up, like HTML.  Style sheets have been in use in one form or another since the dawn of the web, but in the past ten years CSS has seen major… Read the full post


How to use Typekit fonts on your website?

With the arrival of CSS3, HTML5 and legitimate web font standards, we are quite privileged to have the ability to use gorgeous fonts on our web sites. This means, we don’t have to rely on the boring old Georgia, Arial or others to decorate our typography. Today, we will see how we can use a… Read the full post


Top 3 CSS Frameworks you should know about

If you are a front-end engineer, web designer or a newbie, this article is for you. Today, we are going to cover the Top 3 CSS frameworks that you should definitely know about. Why? The answer is simple. From world’s biggest corporations to the smallest of websites, CSS frameworks have redefined web design in an… Read the full post


5 CSS techniques for better cross-browser compatibility

With a growing number of various browsers and their versions, making website look consistent for everyone is an impossible task. Some startups even dump some browsers for the sake of saving time and money on making the websites compatible for different browsers. While this approach has yet to be proven as successful, the majority of… Read the full post


This Week in Website Performance

This Week in Website Performance is a weekly feature on the Monitor.Us blog. It summarizes recent web postings about website performance.Due to popular demand, This Week in JavaScript Performance has been expanded and split into a series of weekly articles about website performance. The articles deal with the client side of the performance issue (HTML, DOM,… Read the full post


10 Ideas how to improve HTML performance

Improving your HTML performance is a key factor in the success of your website. There are certain factors that you need to be aware of when it comes improving your HTML code to optimize your website, and ultimately gain a better conversion rate.The latest HTML5 will improve the functionality of your website and make it… Read the full post