It’s September! Which means fall is here, the pumpkin spice lattes are flowing, and the end of 2014 is in sight. We can now begin to look at the web design trends of 2014 (so far) and make some predictions as to what will have staying power in 2015. At least that’s what I plan to attempt in today’s post.
Checking the technical aspects of your website is a necessity if you want to make sure that Google and other search engines give your web pages high rankings. If your web pages contain particular errors, Google won’t be able to see them. Regular website audits make sure that your site gets the rankings that it deserves.
The phenomenon of parallax scrolling website design is growing in popularity across the internet, bringing the user experience to a new interactive level of online viewing.
Leeds began as a Saxon village. By the time of the Domesday Book (1086) it had a population of around 200. By the standards of the time Leeds was quite a large village. Many were much smaller.
Then in 1207 the Lord of the Manor, Maurice De Gant, founded a new town at Leeds. At that time trade and commerce were increasing in England and many new towns were founded.
Duplicate content is an issue for many webmasters. Although there is no penalty for having duplicate content on your website, Google has ranking algorithm filters that act very similarly to a penalty. Google’s Gary Illyes confirmed at SMX last week that duplicate content does not influence the other pages on your website.
Talented teenager Lewis Walters is tantalisingly close to making his Leeds United first-team debut after recovering from injury on the back of a six-month rehabilitation programme. Phil Hay reports.
Get your Baggy Trousers on as Madness head to Leeds
The Yorkshire Country Cricket Club is set to be transformed into the House of Fun as Madness announce they will perform in Leeds.