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How To Password Protect Your WordPress Site’s Content

Approximately half of the world’s websites run on WordPress. With millions of people using WordPress to share information, security is always paramount. WordPress is easy to use and gives you control over your content and there might be cases where you would like to share content with selected individuals. Perhaps you would like to share...
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CSS Tips To Level Up Your Skills

Front end development is focusing more and more on efficiency. Pre-processors like Less and SCSS make the job easier for many programmers but there are many ways to write minimal quick CSS the native way. Luckily we have some tips below to help you eliminate the many duplicate rules and overrides. They will help you...
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Keynote or PowerPoint: Which App To Choose For Presentations?

When it’s presentation time, using the right kind of software can make the job easier. For PC users, the choice is obviously PowerPoint but Mac users have another option: Keynote. So which one do you choose? They’re both great for different uses. This article will talk about the pros and cons of the two software...
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Best Ways To Boost E-Commerce Conversion Rates

There are many ways to get people to visit your e-commerce site. But getting them to go to your website is just half the battle because the real one is to convert visitors into paying customers. According to Moz.com, average conversion rate for a typical e-commerce site is 1.6% and 92% of people who visit...
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Google’s Hour Of Code

Don’t have programming knowledge but want to learn? Try Google’s Hour Of Code and learn. Students from all over the world can take part in Computer Science Education Week and the Hour of Code conducted by Google. There are a variety of coding challenges through super cool activities so that everybody can learn to code...
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Tracking iPhone Usage & Limiting Screen Time

Did you know that the average American smartphone user spends an average of 4 hours and 16 minutes glued to their screens? According to market research organization eMarketer, this statistic is alarming because mobile phones were supposed to help us connect with each other not isolate us from society. If you think that your smartphone...
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5G Smartphone In 2019?

Reports have surfaced that Samsung and Verizon are in the talks for a 5G smartphone that is set to be unveiled in the first half of next year. The two companies are planning to present a proof of concept at the annual Qualcomm Snapdragon Technology Summit in Maui this week. The device will feature Qualcomm’s...
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Factors To Consider When Choosing A VPN Provider

As more and more people use the internet, privacy and security are becoming major issues. VPN or virtual private network can come as a handy tool if you want to hide your internet footprints. There are still many people who are unsure about VPN especially because there are so many myths surrounding it. The most...
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The Udemy Black Friday And Cyber Monday 2018 Sale

Did catch Udemy’s Black Friday sale? This was perhaps your best chance to grab courses for unbelievably low prices. The courses on Udemy are reportedly as low as $9.99. You can choose from web development, app development, security and even programming languages like Java and Python. There’s still time (approximately 20 hours as of this...
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