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By Ronny Shapiro No Comments yet

A Deeper Look at the New Widget Builder

cover_350The need for new widgets never dies. Layout possibilities are endless, new online business services could really use a widget with which to integrate, and buttons with cool animations are always welcome. Creating widgets at Duda is an ongoing, never-ending task, and demand always beats supply.

Today, building a new widget in Duda is not a trivial task. It requires writing a full, detailed spec, creating a pixel-perfect design, writing the code, reviewing the code, fixing bugs in the code, writing automation tests, QA, and, of course, ongoing maintenance.

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By Amir Glatt No Comments yet

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 speed.

While it may seem like the topic is just more of the same information we’ve heard before, here at Duda, we’ve been following this trail long enough to come to a rather resolute conclusion:
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By Ariel Rule No Comments yet

10 Incredible Stats and Facts You Need to Know about PageSpeed

10_facts_cover-minDuda 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 that Duda sites now score in the high 90s of Google’s PageSpeed Test. (more…)

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By Stephen Alemar No Comments yet

A Guide to Website Migration With Duda

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Keeping customers up-to-date with the latest and greatest technology is one of the most pressing challenges faced by both DIY and DIFM web solutions providers. This is particularly true when it comes to how an SMB website works and looks, as it is the backbone of a business’ online presence. (more…)

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By Shoshana Brickman No Comments yet

When An API is Just What You Need (and When It’s Not)

APIs are cool, there is no doubt about it. There are more than 16,000 APIs out there these days, and they are a big deal. Maybe not as big a deal as the Patriot’s Super Bowl comeback…but then again, maybe even bigger. After all, APIs are going to be here for a very long time. As for Super Bowl winners, they have to defend their title every year anew. (more…)

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By Stephen Alemar No Comments yet

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

image00In 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. (more…)

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By Ariel Rule No Comments yet

Unlocking the Secrets of Google’s Local Algorithm: A Webinar with Andrew Shotland

screen-shot-2017-01-23-at-11-54-37-amWant to register for our webinar with Andrew Shotland? Click right here.

Even for seasoned marketers, Google has a way of making us feel like we’ve been thrust into a labyrinth with no map for navigating our way around. This is especially the case when it comes to Local SEO.

As it stands, Local SEO is a bit paradoxical and thus controversial for many. (more…)