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Adaptively Responsive Web Design... Say What?

Posted by Yambo on 3 June 2016

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At Yambo we adhere to the Adaptive Web Design approach when building mobile responsive websites, however recently we've started to combine both Adaptive and Responsive techniques together to create one ultimate Adaptively Responsive Web Design Monster... who eats extra code for breakfast... 

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The Frustration of Spammy SEO Emails

Posted by Yambo on 13 October 2015

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Ah spam, glorious, spam!! Don't you just love the smell of spam in the morning? Well, no, not particularly, for us and for some of our clients this is an inevitable consequence of having an online web presence and an email account.

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How Friendly is Google's New Mobile Update?

Posted by Yambo on 21 April 2015

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Today is the day Google will begin to roll out a NEW mobile-friendly update for search rankings on mobile devices. The new algorithm will boost a website's search position if it is mobile friendly.

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Future of the Web

Posted by Yambo on 1 March 2014

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What does the future hold for the web? it's a tough question! With the unstoppable rise of mobile applications does the future of the web even involve websites? We hope so!

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When to leave an ALT tag attribute empty...

Posted by Yambo on 8 August 2012

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Yes, it may sound crazy, and I can hear the uproar of many SEO companies... however, I genuinely believe there are a few reasons NOT to include an ALT tag description on certain images - that's not to say there shouldn't be an empty ALT tag attribute.

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New Cookie Regulation

Posted by Yambo on 15 June 2012

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A new European Regulation from the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is requesting that all websites must, as of 26th May 2012, get 'informed consent' from users before recording any detailed information stored on their computer.

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Typography on the Web

Posted by Yambo on 8 January 2012

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Typography on the web has gone through a massive change over the last year and half, no one could have predicted quite how radical the web font movement would be.

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The future's bright, the future's HTML5 & CSS3

Posted by Yambo on 17 December 2011

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As mentioned in our previous post, HTML4 is the current web standard for designers and developers. HTML5 is supported in some modern browsers and, with this in mind, we have decided to explain some of the many new syntactical features available. 

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What is jQuery?

Posted by Yambo on 14 August 2011

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jQuery is a free and open source library of popular JavaScript functions. These can be used to add navigation, handle events, perform animations and add Ajax interactions to webpages. It is licensed under the MIT License and the GNU - General Public License.

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Internet Explorer 6 issues

Posted by Yambo on 14 May 2011

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Browser inconsistencies make up a lot of our work as web designers, in particular Internet Explorer. The average web user will most likely be using Internet Explorer as their main browser.

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