Yelpix Weekly Digest 01.05

Hey! This is our first MAy digest and hope one of the last of remote work Fridays. High time to prepare a business-comeback and get new tricks from our digest. Here we go!

How To Succeed In Wireframe Design by Smashingmagazine

In this article, we will take a deeper look at one of the most simple yet quite often underrated activities in web development: the design of wireframes. You’ll learn what wireframes are, why we need to design them, how to get the most out of the designs, and how to take it to the next level.

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How To Harden WordPress For Maximum Security by 1stwebdesigner

Beyond producing regular content for your website, you also must be mindful of regular maintenance. This includes paying attention to your site’s security. And if you have a WordPress site, this means undergoing a variety of hardening tasks.

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A Guide to Using Commercial WordPress Themes and Plugins by speckyboy

The WordPress ecosystem is chock full of outstanding free software. Why, you could build an entire website using an attractive free theme and a selection of highly-functional plugins. But free solutions aren’t always the best ones. This is especially the case for web designers who build sites for clients. Sometimes, commercial software is needed to achieve professional-grade results.

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5 Tips To Improve Your Geo-Targeted Local SEO Services For Multiple Locations

s we all know, SEO is a broad-spectrum umbrella term that is used to describe the measures taken to improve your website and help it to rank higher in search engine results for keywords and phrases related to your business.

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Brutalist Web Design – A Big Trend to Notice

Several years ago, we were introduced to brutalist web design. In that sophisticated era focused on intricate ideas, the use of high-end solutions, and polished realizations, it went like a bolt from the blue sky. It was a rare phenomenon, and therefore, perceived as something extravagant. However, today, the situation has changed cardinally.

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