Appending external links with icons that denote context improves the user experience and can increase high-intent clicks.
The IPFS distributed web makes it easy to share files across the web from a home computer. Cloudflare can extend IPFS by allowing you to use a custom domain at no cost.
The popularity of WordPress has made it a frequent target for spammers and hackers. WordPress sites can leverage Cloudflare's Firewall to block bad actors from ever reaching their site. Here's how.
Cloudflare’s Automatic Platform Optimization makes it possible to self-host high availability WordPress sites from your home
Until now, I would have never recommended to anyone that they should host their WordPress site from their home network, but Cloudflare’s Automatic Platform Optimization (APO) has changed my mind. Here’s why it’s now a viable option.
Cloudflare is best known for protecting and optimizing site performance, but they have a lesser-known scalable video streaming service that is full-featured and affordable.
Living Standard HTML (aka HTML 5) has added new elements over the past several years to help fill in content ambiguity gaps for bots and humans. Some of the elements aren’t frequently used but may improve UX, accessibility, and search visibility.
Google provided rare access to its Search product managers for a small group of webmasters and search engine optimizers in Mountain View, CA. This is a collection of highlights from the event.
Google appears to be all-in with Progressive Web Apps. There are a lot of good reasons to consider migrating and building PWAs. There are also several reasons not to, which is why PWAs may not become mainstream anytime soon.
Coywolf Founder, Jon Henshaw, interviews Rusty Mitchell, VP of Design, and Kelly Merrell, VP of Android Engineering at Mercury Intermedia.
Google Chrome Labs created the best browser extension for web design that I've ever seen. It makes some of the most practical and useful features of Chrome Developer Tools easily accessible to everyone.
After much anticipation and trepidation, WordPress 5.0 is here. The most visible change is the new Gutenberg editor, which replaces TinyMCE and also creates new headaches.