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Hottest Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) Trends in 2017

Conversion rate optimization is the art and science of making the most out of the site traffic you already have and driving more sales without spending an extra penny on user acquisition and advertising. E-commerce matures and becomes more and more competitive every year. Store owners who are serious about their business need to quickly […]

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5 Apps For Improving Productivity

With the constant barrage of new information and notifications via the Internet and social media, it can sometimes be difficult to stay focused and on task. In light of this, there has been a near-endless number of productivity apps that have arisen — in this limitless sea of choices, the search for the perfect one […]

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Sunlight Media is a Top LA Web Designer, Says Research Firm Clutch

At Sunlight Media, our team of expert web designers, developers and internet marketers are trained to handle all of our clients’ online web development and marketing needs to ensure their success, and Clutch agrees. They listed Sunlight Media as a top 5 LA web designer, in a new report highlighting the top firms in the […]

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Basic Command Line Usage: Part 2

In continuation of our previous post on basic command line usage, we will take a further look at the most common commands one would use when working with a Unix-based terminal. In this post, we will cover creating, deleting, copying and editing directories and files. mkdir To make a new directory (folder), type mkdir <directoryname> […]

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The Do’s & Don’ts Of Using A Password Manager

If you have paid any attention to Internet-related news in recent years, it is no secret that internet security is constantly in a state of flux and compromise. Hackers, and other would-be assailants, are finding new ways to infiltrate personal data — in ways that were thought impossible up until now. The recent report of […]

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Basic Command Line Usage

For many computer users, the command line interface is something that is viewed with much dread and aversion — to many it seems like something only those with computer science degrees would ever even consider using without causing fatal detriment to their computer systems. However, the command line interface (or CLI as it is commonly […]

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Setting up an SSL Certificate

Since Google announced late last year that they would be giving search rank priority to sites using secure HTTP connections (HTTPS), it’s becoming ever more important to have your site encrypted with an SSL certificate. SSL is an essential technology for any site with eCommerce functions or collection of sensitive data, such as credit card […]

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Using GitHub for Social Coding

In a recent blog post, we gave an overview of version control using Git, what it is, and how to get started using it for your projects. What happens though when you want to share your projects with others, collaborate publicly, as well as see the open-source technologies being worked on around the world? This […]

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An Introduction to Node.js

JavaScript development has come a long way since it was first introduced in 1995, by Mozilla co-founder Brendan Eich. Originally used as a client-side scripting language, JavaScript has expanded its use to applications far beyond its original intentions. No longer is the language solely used on the client-side. With the introduction of Node.js, JavaScript is […]

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An Introduction to Version Control using Git

The enterprise of coding and computer programming is rarely (if ever), a linear process. Even after the stages of brainstorming, research, wireframing, and other planning, the actual activity of coding involves a lot of back and forth, changing things as you get a clearer picture of the vision for your application. To assist in the […]

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