Infinite Scrolling Infinite scrolling is a web interaction design technique that allows web users to scroll without ever reloading the page or clicking on any page links. Therefore, new page content is automatically loaded and additional data is fetched via AJAX and loaded onto the same page even before the user gets to that point….
What Is HTML5?
HTML5 is the recent version of the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML5). It’s the code used to describe WebPages, and encompasses detailed processing models to enhance the best and complex implementations. HTML5 being the latest development in the HTML word, serves as the backbone of most websites.
What Is CSS3?
What Is CSS3? CSS3 is the latest version of Cascading Style Sheets, which is used to embed and enhance features on to websites. First published in 1999, CSSS3 runs on the foundation set by the first 2 generations and divides up the feature set into separate docs known as modules. Each module is able to…
Content Management System (CMS)
Content Management System (CMS) What is a Content Management System, and why do I need one? A Content Management System, or CMS is a program that allows the user to control the various aspects of a website’s content from a single location. The CMS also eliminates the need for coding, making it user-friendly for those…
Responsive web design, sometimes called RWD, is a way of creating websites so they adapt to many different devices and screen sizes. The goal of a responsive website is to provide an excellent viewing experience on many different monitor resolutions, phones, and tablets. Implemented correctly, multiple devices can visit a responsive website and they will see a visually attractive layout no matter whether the screen is big or tiny.