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News Releases

Introducing Twenty Nineteen Frontity Theme

We are happy to announce that the Twenty Nineteen WordPress theme is now available as a free Frontity theme! 🎉

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News Performance

Google Search Console now consolidates search performance data to canonical URLs: what does this mean for SEOs?

A couple of months ago, Google announced a big change in how they report URL performance in Search Console (clicks, impressions, average position and average CTR). In this post, I will explain you what this change is all about and what it means for SEOs.

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Business & Marketing Performance

Why you Need to Prioritize Mobile Speed in 2018

The slickest, most beautiful UI is nothing if it isn’t slick and responsive. It doesn’t matter if you run a blog, an E-Commerce site, or if you’re a multi-national conglomerate. If your site takes half a minute to load, users who otherwise might be your customers might start voting with their feet.

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Development

How to Get a Free SSL Certificate & Setup your WordPress Site to use HTTPS

SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is a cryptographic protocol to provide security over internet communications and protect data being transferred through a computer network.

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Performance Plugins

How to Add Google AMP to your WordPress Site

One great way to speed up your WordPress site on mobile is to add Google AMP. Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) are web pages designed to load near instantaneously.

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Business & Marketing Performance

4 Best Practices to Win on the Mobile Web

As part of the “Campus Experts Summit” event that took place last month at Campus Madrid, the Mobile UX Manager at Google Claire Illmer hosted a session called “Winning on the Mobile Web”.

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Development Themes

10 WordPress Themes Built with React JS

React (sometimes referred as React.js or React JS) is a JavaScript library for managing the display of data on the front-end and building user interfaces. It was created by Facebook and is currently being used by Netflix, Airbnb, and many others companies.

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Performance

Top 7 Features of Progressive Web Apps

Now that we know what Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are, we can dive a little deeper and talk about those key features that differentiate them from a native mobile app and a regular web experience.

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Performance

All You Need to Know About Progressive Web Apps

A lot has been said lately about Progressive Web Apps because of their relative ease of development, the wins for the user experience, and their other many benefits: offline mode, no installation required, etc.

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Performance

8 Reasons Why Your WordPress Site Is Running Slow (And How to Fix Them)

Research has shown that most people leave a site after 3 seconds if it takes a lot of time to load. This negatively impacts on your user experience, SEO, conversion rates, and ad revenue, among many other things.