Software and its related innovations play an integral role in modern business success. This makes hiring the right developers a necessity, but in a competitive industry, it can be hard to attract and retain high-quality candidates.
Whether you’re running an online business or managing a professional blog, internet security is an issue that affects everyone. From viruses and phishing scams to large-scale data espionage, the internet is a minefield of cyber threats that need to be avoided at all costs.
This is the first time I’m featuring WordPress themes on this blog. Actually, recently I started a web optimization company and for the same I was searching some best WordPress business or portfolio themes.
Mobile sites should be fast and easy to navigate and that’s why I seen the most successful blogs or websites keep some of the sidebar widgets hidden on mobile devices.
The iGeneration is undoubtedly here, with billions of websites now occupy the internet. Promotions are so often either preceded by a # or tailed off with a .com, and high streets and malls across the globe are struggling to attract those who prefer to browse items on their iPhone and pay with Google Wallet.
Since it came to the asp.net web hosting industry, Host4asp.net has been awarded as the best asp.net web hosting provider by many professional hosting review sites and asp.net developers.
If you’re running a WordPress blog, you would know that many WordPress themes provide the option to add your website logo and favicon. But many times even after adding the site favicon via theme options, it doesn’t show up in the browsers.
Of course many WordPress themes provide facility to create floating or scrollable menu but you shouldn’t worry if your theme doesn’t! Here I will tell you how you can create sticky menu in WordPress that will scroll along with site logo. And you can do it with any theme.