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AMP, short for Accelerated Mobile Pages, is new new open source initiative tospeed up websites accessed from mobile devices.

AMP HTML is HTML with some restrictions to bolster more reliable performance and some extensions for building rich content beyond what standard HTML offers.

In this day and age of new design trends, faster and faster website speeds, and mobile dominance, one classic page element is still sticking around, though many may overlook it. Around since the early days of the web and a mainstay on different sites, the sidebar has had longevity.

Usability testing is sometimes one of those things that designers conveniently ‘forget’ about. Why? Well do a search for it. Usability testing, as it is generally practiced, costs money. There are interviews to perform, a variety of tests to create for each and every project, services to pay for… and what if your client’s in another country?

Modules plays an important role in the Drupal eco system. It adds the much needed functionality and build out features lacking in core.

Here is a list of modules that will aid you in building out a website with all the features required to operate a fully functional website to it's fullest.

Why does Googlebot crawl for /mobile/* and /m/* pages that are not referenced anywhere on your website?

Before I make my case about using Bing Webmaster Tools, I want to preface the conversation with a couple of statements:

If you’re an SEO, chances are, you’ve recommended link building as a tactic. And, unless you work for a very trusting firm, you’ve probably been met with the question, “When will we see a return on our investment, and how much will we see?”

Drupal 8 has been known to be slightly slower then its predecessor. But given the fact that it is more complex and so many modules added to core, it would be forgiven to suffer a bit on the perfomance side.

This is why BigPipe is a huge welcome feature since Views to be incorporated into Drupal 8.x core.

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