When an out-of-the-box website is best for your business: Never, really. Written by: JD Antosiak, Web Developer at Oneupweb With so many drag and drop website builders nowadays, the real meaning of being a web developer has gotten lost somewhere. There is a world of people who think they could simply make an award-winning site […]
What Is Indexing? Think of a search engine index as a large database where all webpages are stored. When a new site is launched, all its pages must be added to the index so search engine spiders can crawl them, contextualize them and rank them fairly in search results. Before mobile devices had online capabilities, […]
If you’ve missed out on our last seven minutes in digital marketing heaven, cozy on up and get comfortable for a Monday Marketing Minute quickie. Our seven hottest tips rolled into one package. If that didn’t leave you satisfied, check out the full version of each of our last seven Monday Marketing Minutes below. Minute […]
Every Monday, marketing experts from Oneupweb take a minute to talk about industry tips and tricks, new and noteworthy trends, and more. This week we sit down with Ashley Mugnolo and Gillian Cobb to discuss why you need to buy an SSL Certificate for your site before July 2018, the penalties for not having one, and more! Check out the […]
Name: JD Antosiak Position: Developer What’s your average day like at Oneupweb? I begin every day by reading about the latest technology or programming trends to help make my brain bigger. Then I code until it’s time to eat. I laugh for about an hour eating with my co-workers and then return to the codes. […]
Many marketing managers learned about GDPR about a month ago, when Google Analytics sent out a message notifying account holders that they can and should update their data retention settings. Some account holders reacted with panic, fearing their historic analytics data will be lost forever once the new GDPR regulations take effect on May 25. […]
On February 8, 2018, Google released a statement that its Chrome 68 update – to be released in July 2018 – will increase web security by clearly marking all HTTP (non-HTTPS) sites as not secure in Google Chrome. If your website is currently HTTP (not secure), it’s recommended switching to HTTPS as soon as possible by getting an SSL certificate through a certification authority.
As digital marketers prepare for the new guidelines (WCAG 2.1) here are some tips to keep in mind when designing for handicap and disability accessibility:
– Be mindful that for people using devices like a screen reader, scrolling is difficult and annoying.
– Make sure you’re using a large enough size for body copy.
– Don’t use only color to indicate a form error.
– Don’t hide links or action items under hover states.
– Higher contrast between background color and type colors makes it easier to read for all users, but especially for those with vision problems.
WCAG 2.1 is the addendum to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, which is a set of guidelines designed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to make websites and all digital technology accessible to people with disabilities. . Most digital marketers know it’s beneficial to stay on top of accessibility standards when it comes […]
After the Net Neutrality repeal on December 14, Internet marketers and the companies they work with are asking a lot of questions. What is Net Neutrality? Wikipedia defines Net Neutrality as “the principle that Internet service providers must treat all data on the Internet the same, and not discriminate or charge differently by user, content, website, platform, application, type […]
With it being the end of the year, it’s time to focus on what changes we can expect to see in 2018 that will affect marketers. As part of our “2018 Predications” series, we talked to Oneupweb Developer Paul Houser and Senior Graphic Designer David Kehrer on what they think 2018 will bring in the […]
November 30 is Computer Security Day, so we asked the brightest computer minds in our office for the best tips on keeping your data safe. Here is what they had to say. 1.Never use the same password twice Passwords are everyone’s best friend and worst enemy. They keep our most important information safe and get […]