One of the biggest culprit to website data traffic, if not the biggest, is images. Due to the increase in the number of devices with high resolution display, content creators have started using high resolution images to improve the look and feel of their websites. This results in large amounts of data needing to be downloaded by everyone, including those not using hi-res displays.
I’ve recently worked (and at the time of writing, still working) on a project that emphasises on the mobile user experience. Our client wanted a site that looks good and functions well on mobile devices, and works just as well
Throughout my career as a web developer, I’ve come to realise that building a website is a lot like cooking. Everything needs to be just right, and that there is a certain balance that needs to be kept. Get it
Every now and again I get into this situation where I have a list, and some JS function will retrieve more stuff via Ajax to insert into that list. This is normally fine if you stick to normal lists, but
There may come a time when you need to style a file input form field on your page, but here’s the catch; there are currently no known way of styling the file input fields. There are however, ways around this.