If you’re running a WordPress site that relies heavily on photography, images, illustrations, or any other visual content, it helps to own a supplementary Instagram account to feature more of your content. Absurd as it may seem though,
On October 11, Google made an announcement that it will be updating its Terms of Service (ToS) on November 11, 2013, and along with this update is the addition of a new setting that will give “you more control over where your Page’s name, photo and actions appear on Google and across the web.”
Instagram is popular these days and has become a trend among users mainly because of one thing – its cool photo filter effects that make your lame photos become instantly appealing. However it has restrictions which
Social media sites have helped boost one’s website so placing them in your website is very essential. Nowadays, various sites have embedded these social networking sites on its place and definitely put its mark as one of the most important prerequisite to gain more audience.
Communication plays a vital role if you’re developing a website and wanted to have constant interaction with your visitors. There are different ways to do it and one effective way is by using a chat service. WordPress has different plugins for this type and one plugin that is useful is the Simple Chat.
Whether you love it or you hate it, you still gotta admit that Instagram is currently one of, if not the most popular photo sharing and social networking service in the world. Which is why I think that a good number of people will find today’s featured web graphic design tutorial to be quite interesting. […]
If you’re looking for a cool way to implement some refreshing share buttons for your site then you’re in luck — today’s post is just for you! This featured tutorial shared by Stacy Summers from Webdesign.org will show you how to create a basic and elemental pair of buttons that you can use to share […]
The professional social network has now made it easier for users to go about their site by simplifying the navigation bar. The change in the interface’s design came about on Wednesday, May 22nd, following changes to its homepage design and profile layout. It now features a much sexier design, it only shows links that “have […]
Twitter has finally decided to get rid of its @spam account last week as it tweeted its final message on Thursday (April 18). The move was finally made after it was first announced via tweet on February 25th. As it turned out, it seems that a lot of people are still confused as to what […]
If you want to increase your brand’s value and its visibility on Twitter then you might want to have this nice PHP class for Niall Kennedy’s Twitter Cards tool. This class supports all Twitter Cards modes: summary, story, image, and video. For those who still aren’t familiar with Twitter Cards, it’s basically an API that […]