Nowadays, the mobile device is the most frequently used device around the world, as well as across generations. All you have to do is take a look at the people around you on a bus, during a concert, or even in the line at the grocery store.
Month: November 2017
Updating your WordPress theme ensures that your website theme has the most up-to-date features and functionality. We also regularly improve the security of our theme, and publish bug fixes through updates.
As you’re probably well aware, designing a website can be tricky business, and that’s why we strive to make the Jupiter theme as user-friendly and intuitive as possible. Even so, we have many not-another-one, shaking-my-head kind of moments when certain web design mistakes resurface over and over again.
Okay, we can all agree that it’s important to backup your website to prevent losing your data. After all, there are so many instances such as upgrading your theme, migrating your website data, hacking and security breaches, and more that can make your website vulnerable to losing data.
Did you know that in the U.S. alone, one-fourth of all mobile device users rarely browse the Web on their desktop?
Your header is undeniably important to the success of your website as a whole. It’s the first thing people see when they visit your site. It allows visitors to understand what you’re all about and often times it is a pivotal means of navigation.
We can all agree that keeping an open line of communication with our respective clients and users can go a long way. Client feedback helps propel businesses by inspiring them to exceed expectations, and more importantly, by pointing out areas that still have room for improvement.
You asked, and we heeded! Our goal with this new Header Builder was to knock down any limitations or restrictions you once had in customizing your headers and give you full reign over the look and functionality of your headers! In this article, we’ll introduce you to some of the new header toys you’ll have along with how to make use of them.
Whether you’re redesigning your live website or installing updates, it’s better to first try it out on a staging environment. This prevents any unwanted downtime for your website, which will prevent visitors from being turned away with an error message.