Yelpix Weekly Digest 24.07

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Contentful; Webster’s Dictionary defines “contentful” as… not found. Clearly someone made up this word, but that is not necessarily a bad thing.

The world of user experience metrics is moving quickly, so new terminology is needed. Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) is one of a number of metrics measuring the render time of content on a web page.

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D2C Website Examples: 6 Examples of Direct to Consumer Brands by webfx

If you’re thinking about switching to direct to consumer (D2C) marketing, you’re probably wondering how to do D2C marketing effectively. D2C marketing involves selling directly to consumers, rather than using a third-party to sell your products, which helps your company reap more profit.

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10+ Examples Of Responsive Websites That Nailed It by webdesignledger

You would naturally like to see that your website will look good on every browser and device. Especially so if it’s an eCommerce website.

The following responsive web design examples are designed to provide you with information you can use to accomplish just that.

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What Web Designers and Their Clients Need to Know About SEO by speckyboy

SEO has become one of my least favorite topics. It’s something that I’ll begrudgingly discuss with clients, but only when I have to. And writing about it? I’d rather hide under my bed. In some ways, it feels like one of the dark arts.

But here I am, attempting to change my own sentiment. Why? Because it’s simply too important to ignore. Both web designers and their clients need to have an understanding of how SEO works. More than that, a healthy realization of its pitfalls is also necessary.

It’s easy to develop the wrong expectations for SEO and the required effort it takes. And the market is littered with dubious claims – making it difficult to determine sound advice from hyperbole.

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Three Reasons Why Template Kits Will Change How We Look At WordPress by Noupe magazine

t’s a statement that probably rings true in a number of domains, not least of which is the world of web design. Whether it’s using a website builder or getting started in WordPress, downloading plugins, testing out page builders, tinkering with Elementor templates or trying your hand at the new template kits (more on this later!), it can be an adventure as daunting as the Chamber of Secrets to work out what you should use and why.

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