Speed up development and expand your options beyond simple Mustache.js implementation with Handlebars.
Check out these considerations for conference content distribution!
Make your life (and complex builds) a little easier with this tutorial on Gulp.
There's a new SSL sheriff in town and she's got good news for small and medium-sized sites that want to encrypt without breaking the bank!
When it comes to multi-lingual websites, there are two ways to get the job done. Find out which option is right for you.
The right code editor can save you a lot of time (and coffee!). Here's five we love and recommend.
If you're developing in Joomla,do yourself a favor and get really familiar with these five must-have extensions. Go ahead, we'll wait.
In a perfect world, your website never throws an error. In the real world, here's the best way to make lemonade out of the inevitable lemons.
Making a website responsive can be painful and time consuming. Enter responsive frameworks.
In a perfect world, any coding project would have killer design, concise functional specifications, well defined technical specifications, and a client that understands how everything ties together prior to starting development. Prepare for the way things really go down with a version control system.
Compared to the browser-based side of the web, designing HTML emails is a little like the Wild West. Nothing the following seven tips can’t handle though!
Who doesn't like a list? A list full of easy tips to help improve your venue website? Even better!
It's all too easy for web developers and designers to fall into a routine that results in run-of-the-mill websites. To guard against complacency, we make it a point to regularly set aside some time for the entire team to float around online and find out what’s new, what’s cool and where we could be pushing the envelope a little more. Here's the latest fruit of that labor.
There are many benefits to an open source CMS, but vulnerability to widgets with bad intentions isn't one of them. See what you can do to hold the bad guys at bay!
And we're back! Catch up with your favorite digital marketing duo as they walk through the technology that's about to take the events industry (and your ability to keep things chugging along year round) by storm! That's right, it's time to talk virtual reality.
It’s a conundrum: you want to make improvements to your site but you have no real idea what is and isn’t working. What’s an event pro like yourself to do? Fortunately, unlike most conundrums, this particular situation has a simple solution and it’s called analytics.
Your mission (if you choose to accept it!) is to stop spam bots from submitting forms on your site without turning off users. Our mission is to help you figure out how to do that with this quick primer on your options when it comes to CAPTCHAs.
So you've finally decided to jump on the CSS3 bandwagon? If you're wondering where to start, you've come to the right place.
It's the perfect time of year for eggnog, caroling, roasting chestnuts, etc. That also means is the perfect time of year to take a good hard look at how your event website is performing and what you can do to make it better than ever in 2016!
Is your website looking a little pale? Liven things up with one of these three techniques for website background images.
The early days of "can you punch the monkey ads" have given the mighty GIF a bad rap. But, if you play your cards right these days, a subtle, well-done GIF can be an excellent enhancement to a great web design.
There’s a thousand different reasons for building or re-designing an event website. Increasing market share? Check. Improving customer service? Sure thing! World peace? You bet (ok, maybe not world peace, but never say never!). The point is, a great event website is a powerful thing, so it’s never a bad idea to make sure yours is in tip-top shape.
So, you want a beautiful, flashy (pun-intended) website that is equal parts engaging and impressive? It also MUST be optimized for mobile and search. And you’re on a tight budget…
The first post in our new Best Practice Exchange series threw down some ground rules for event web design, courtesy of our resident design expert, Angie Golio. Today, it’s programming and development extraordinaire, Kevin Zink.
The days of slapping up an event website and calling it good as long as the color scheme matches the brand guidelines and all of the who, what, when, where, and why information is in place are over. The technology is available and the potential is huge for converting the “floating brochure” of yesterday into a responsive, lead-generating, community-building conversion machine.
Anyone who shopped at Target prior to December 2013 understands the impacts of credit card security breaches. On December 19th, Target announced that 40 million credit and debit cards were stolen and in January of this year, the company also disclosed that 70 million customers had their personal information compromised.