June 11, 2016 - Posted in Development
When an update is made to your website (on our end, or even on yours), and you do not see anything new, you may need to clear your browser cache to see the changes.
When using a desktop or laptop, this can be done by bringing up the site of your choice in your browser, then once it is loaded proceeding to then hold the SHIFT key and either pressing the reload/refresh button of your browser, or pressing the F5 key on your keyboard once.Read More
May 12, 2016 - Posted in Development
As of 2016, approximately 50% of the time people look at your website they are viewing it on a mobile device (e.g. iPhone or other smartphone, iPad or other tablet, etc.).
Does your site look good on a mobile device? If it’s an older site (say, 2012 or earlier), chances are it doesn’t, as it wasn’t the norm to take that into account when developing web sites at the time. Nowadays, responsive websites aren’t just a luxury–they’re a necessity.
Now, you could break out a bunch of different devices that you have around the house/office and see how your site looks on each one, but there’s a better way. We suggest that you check out the Google resizer tool.Read More