Category Archives: Mobile Best Practices

By Stefanie Lee No Comments yet

Maximizing Your DudaPro Tools: Users & Permissions

Now that you’ve purchased your DudaPro subscription and have all these great tools at your disposal, how do you use them to your greatest benefit? What do you do with the power to delegate at your fingertips? Grant permissions to divide and conquer, of course.

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Duda Adds New Mapbox Integration To Its Platform

If you’ve ever tried to get somewhere you’ve never been before, you know how important it is to have a good map. And while maps have certainly changed over time – from unwieldy paper maps that are nearly impossible to fold correctly into sleek on-screen images that you can navigate around with your fingers –…

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Duda and the Year For Speed at the WHD Conference

The topic of website speed is nothing new to those of us who have been in this industry for some time. However, this theme has made a comeback over the past few months. The subject of mobile speed has been brought into focus, in particular, and is now front and center in the resurgence of talk about page…

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10 Incredible Stats and Facts You Need to Know about PageSpeed

Duda has been making a bit of a splash in the website builder industry this month as we are now the only Google Preferred Website Builder tackling PageSpeed head on. With all the backend dev work and tireless hours spent in building an even better platform for our DudaPros and Partners, we’re happy to announce…

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Google’s Mobile Indexing & The Increasing Need for Adaptive Web Design

In 2017, it’s time for all of us to start adopting adaptive web design as the go-to configuration for serving up websites. It’s not the fault of dedicated mobile sites or traditional responsive sites that this is happening, and, technically, there’s nothing wrong with them. Like many things that happen on the internet, Google’s behind it.

By Shoshana Brickman 1 Comment

HTTPS Now…Because Nobody Wants a Warning from Google

The last thing any of us wants is a warning from Google. It’s kind of like being reprimanded while crossing the street on a red light. You know you deserve it, you know you should have waiting for the light to turn green, but you thought it was safe. It’s embarrassing when such things happen…

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3 Things Web Designers Need to Know About SEO

Keywords just ain’t what they used to be. These magical arrangements of Latin characters (or Cyrillic, if that’s your thing) used to be your golden ticket to a high rank in a search results page. And they’re still important (this blog post is packed full of them), but there are a lot more things to…