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jQuery 2.0 drops support for IE 6 to 8

Javascript Script Tag

jQuery 2.0 is dropping support for IE6 to 8. This is good news for developers and websites

Adding Google Web Fonts To A Website

Use Google Web Fonts to make your site standout

The standard set of fonts on the web are pretty boring. These fonts are ‘web-safe’ and can be used on multiple browsers. Here is a table taken from ampsoft of all the mundane fonts that can be safely used on the web. We can spice up the web typography by using Google Web Fonts

Create a popunder in JavaScript

Javascript Script Tag

How to create a JavaScript Popunder window. A JavaScript popunder window is a new browser window that opens without removing the browser focus from the orginal window. Popunder windows are oftern used in marketing spam and downloads.

Speeding up your site a few quick wins

Web Page Speed Matters

When improving the scaling performance of a site, people often jump to the server side to do all the tweaks. True the server side is the main point for logical requests, crunching algorithms, and data storage/retrieval. So big wins will be made on the server end. The other area of improvement is the client side. This is often over looked when monitoring the speed of a site. Think of how many HTTP requests your pages are calling. Can these be reduced in some way?

Replace WordPress search with Google Search

WordPress

One of the biggest drivers on the web is searching for information and the largest search engine on the internet is Google. So why stick with the default search engine in WordPress which is, lets face it pretty poor at best. Instead using the default WordPress search feature you can tap into the power of Google search and display the results on a designated results page