Redirection occurs any time your user attempts to load a page with a given URL but is instead sent to a site that uses a slightly different address. There are many reasons why you might consider redirection: The original site has moved, and you want to send the user to
Web designers and developers are always looking for ways to speed up their page load times. Yahoo has an excellent article written on the best practices for speeding up your page. How do you know if implementing one of their suggested practices will actually increase the performance of your page?
Because of the multifarious nature of web clients today, it’s important to consider the usage statistics when designing, implementing, and managing your site. However, misconceptions often arise when determining what browsers to design for and test with. If you were to google “browser trends” and visit the first link, you
A/B Testing A/B split testing is a method of comparing a variety of single-variable test samples to determine which changes will improve response rates. A/B testing is used heavily in web marketing to optimize page design by seeing which design combinations work, and which ones don’t. Using this testing technique,