Browsing from smartphones and tablets now accounts for 10.4% of the entire browsing market, however users still prefer traditional desktop and laptop computers, which account for 89.3% of all browsing.
From this data we now support building mobile-versions of our website in Safari for iOS 5+ and Android browser 4.0+.
We have 3 months of a free Dropbox Pro account to the first person who asks.
What is Dropbox you may ask? Its the best damn backup system alive, any files inside your Dropbox folder on your computer are automatically synced to ‘the cloud’, and shared on your other computers, or friends & colleagues if you allow them access to a certain folder.
What’s best is Dropbox lets you undelete, yes UNDELETE, any file for a month. It also saves versions of your files, so you can go back a version or two, anytime. Not just docs, images, pdfs, whatever.
Even better, once you’ve uploaded a file, you can simply ‘Get Link’ for that massive 80mb Photoshop file and email the link, no big files to send and no full inboxes on the other end. We use this daily.
All this while you work, save, edit your files, silently (and quickly) in the background.
Pixelmator is a Mac only Photoshop alternative, its absolutely brilliant and does 95% of what most people do with Photoshop… I’ve been using it professionally for 2 years and don’t have Photoshop installed anymore.
Our eNewsletters area of the online manual for Evolved CMS has had an overhaul, we’ve added 5 new video tutorials on Creating, Editing, Sending and Reports for eNewsletters, view here (or click on the image below):
We’ve only just discovered this service which lets you browse any website using actual browsers, not emulators, so far so good, and we’ll likely signup for their professional account at $19 per month (unlimited testing).
An older service which lets you take a screenshot using just one IE browser at a time, since using Litmus I have to admit we don’t use this anymore. It can be quite slow, but is free and still useful if you can’t afford to pay for a one-off testing session:
Not only can you now see what your customers are searching for, right in the CMS Admin and on the public website as Top Weekly Searches, these searches also become new, highly focussed pages in Google and other search engines for the search terms.
E.g. a search on Ask A Naturopath for ‘tea tree‘ shows a range of treatments for blackheads, candida and others.
Here’s a little video we made explaining how it work: