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Browserling is now a top 20k website in the world

According to Alexa, Browserling is now a top 20k website in the world. 10k positions up from 30k a few months ago. It’s yet another small step for a ling and a giant leap for ling-kind. alexa.com/siteinfo/browserling.com My goal is to make Browserling a top 10k website and beyond. Thanks for following along my adventure and see you next time! I’m just getting started here.

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Emergency Website Kit

Here’s an outstanding idea from Max Böck. He’s created a boilerplate project for building websites that fit within a single HTTP request. This is extremely important for websites that contain critical information for public safety. As Max writes: In cases of emergency, many organizations need a quick way to publish critical information. But exisiting (CMS) websites are often unable to handle sudden spikes in traffic. What’s so special about this boilerplate? Well, it does smart stuff like: generates a static site using Eleventy, uses minimal markup with inlined CSS, aims…

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How to Build a Time-Saving Appointment and Event Booking Website

For service-based businesses that take customers by appointment as well as those that host events, it’s crucial to find a booking system that takes the work out of manually managing bookings. That’s why businesses are looking to web designers to provide a convenient and efficient replacement solution. In order to build an appointment and event booking website for clients, you’re going to need to use the right tools for the job. In this post, we’re going to explore what the most common pains are in appointment and event scheduling and…

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Force HTTPS on your website

.jab-post img { border: 2px solid #eeeeee; padding: 5px; } One smaller feature we added in our last system update was the ability to force HTTPS without needing to change your code. Here’s a bit more information about why you might want to do that, and how it works. Why force HTTPS? If you’re using your default yourusername.pythonanywhere.com website on PythonAnywhere, people can access it using a non-secure connection via http://yourusername.pythonanywhere.com, or using a secure connection via https://yourusername.pythonanywhere.com. Likewise, if you have a paid account and are using a custom…

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Browserling is now a top 30k website in the world

According to Alexa, Browserling is now a top 30k website in the world. 10k positions up from 40k a few months ago. It’s yet another small step for a ling and a giant leap for ling-kind. alexa.com/siteinfo/browserling.com My goal is to make Browserling a top 10k website and beyond. Thanks for following along my adventure and see you next time! I’m just getting started here.

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5 Tips on How to Generate More Leads Through Your Website

If you have a website that LOOKS great but is not generating any leads, you are probably wondering where you are going wrong. The design, look and feel of a website are extremely important, they’re not the sole factors that are going to get you more business. Some beautiful looking websites are terrible at converting visitors into leads! Building a high converting website requires paying attention to some specific aspects of the design and content. Often these factors are ignored. Whether your business has problems getting leads from your online…

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Turning a Python script into a website

.jab-post img { border: 2px solid #eeeeee; padding: 5px; } One question we often hear from people starting out with PythonAnywhere is “how do I turn this script I’ve written into a website so that other people can run it?” That’s actually a bigger topic than you might imagine, and a complete answer would wind up having to explain almost everything about web development. So we won’t do all of that in this blog post 🙂 The good news is that simple scripts can often be turned into simple websites…

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Why You Cannot Not Afford a Small Business Website

Small businesses are up against some pretty large competitors and if you are amongst those who feel there is no budget for a website, it’s time to rethink your budget. It doesn’t need to cost a small fortune to get online and the benefits you can derive by doing so will more than pay for itself – if done right! One thing you may want to consider in the very beginning is consulting with a pay monthly web development company such as http://thewebsitegroup.co.uk/ based in London. If you are looking…

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10 Major Causes of Slow Loading of Pages From Your Website

There are many causes for slow page load times in websites, and many of of them are completely avoidable. Slow page load times come with far-reaching implications that spread their tentacles into your revenue and brand. Long story short, this is not good for business as many customers will look for alternative providers of your service if you force them to wait for more than 2-3 seconds for your page to load. A slug in the general performance of the site generally means you are worse off in other areas…

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5 Effective Tips to Protect and Secure a Website

As a website owner, one of the key issues that should be on the forefront is security. Indeed, most companies and organizations in the IT world today care most about security. The security of online platforms has become the most important aspect of business in the modern day. This is mainly because data has become the most valuable asset on the web. With technology that is making it possible to have virtually every kind of information on the web, there is no doubt that enough security measures need to be…

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