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Sep 26 2016

Migration from HTTP to HTTPS: An overview

Posted on September 26, 2016 | by Team Acodez | in Web Development | No Comments

http to https migration

My first question is how many of you are still using HTTP? Raise your hands! Probably, a few of you! The rest are playing it big with HTTPS. The newbies and some people who are ignorant about the security issues are using the HTTP mode. Right now everywhere on the web, you can find that HTTPS […]


Sep 21 2016

22 Simple Usability Tips for enhancing E-Commerce Web Design

Posted on September 21, 2016 | by Sanjay Shankar | in Web Development | No Comments

simple usability tips for ecommerce web design

E-commerce has caught up big time with the masses. With the widespread use of the Internet and smartphones, more and more number of people are turning towards e-commerce websites for online shopping. However, the increasing popularity of the e-commerce has also increased the competition. Many new players have come into the arena of e-commerce, which […]


Sep 7 2016

16 useful Free WooCommerce Extensions

Posted on September 7, 2016 | by Sanjay Shankar | in Web Development | 4 Comments

16 useful Free WooCommerce Extensions

WooCommerce — the open source e-commerce plugin for WordPress has become hugely popular among retail giants. Around 171,000 online retail outlets have adopted this plugin to bring home more happy sales figures. Its tagline of “Sell Anything Beautifully” has created a lot of hype, and there is no reason why you should not join the […]


Sep 5 2016

Usability testing techniques that actually work: An overview

Posted on September 5, 2016 | by Rajeesh PK | in Website design | 1 Comment

Usability testing techniques that actually work An overview

You have developed a great product targeting a certain group of people. There is a huge crowd swarming in upon its launch. You have given your 100% to the product, and you believe it’s going to create an unbelievable excitement among the people. But, after a few days to your dismay, there are no customers […]