In order to improve the site’s SEO even further, Bluelounge requested to improve their Shopify site’s PageSpeed score to above 90/100 on both Desktop and Mobile. These are my notes to achieve 95/100 PageSpeed score on an e-commerce site. The steps explained here may not be applicable to all Shopify powered sites, but hopefully you will be able to pick up a point or two.Continue reading
OK, I am going to be honest here. I used WordPress for Bluelounge’s Knowledge Base (KB) section, but it has been replaced with Zendesk‘s KB functions for a while now. So when Creative Bloq featured Bluelounge website as one of 35 great examples of WordPress websites, it is not entirely accurate. Nevertheless, thank you Creative… Continue reading
After a few delays, we are finally releasing the BIG and long-waited update of our ever-popular MiniDock with Lightning connector.
Have I mentioned about Mika? I guess not, since my last post had been over a month ago and we launched it around the end of March. Check out the video as it will describe of what it is. For more information, go to Mika product page.
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The final days of the year have finally come. Not to be shy, but I feel 2011 is a very productive year and the team. Let me do a quick recap:
Website: www.shopify.com [rating: 4.5/5] A shop in minutes, a business for life. JadedPixel, developer of Shopify, is certainly not exaggerating its tagline, you really can set up your online store in minutes. It all started a year ago. I had zero experience on working with e-commerce system. I always thought it had to be customized… Continue reading
Hocus Focus is a photo studio located in Senayan City, Jakarta. They offer new concept of children photography, babies, toodler, family picture, maternity and pregnancy. Their site includes a gallery of their portfolio, contact info and promotions. Check it out: http://www.hocusfocuskids.com. Diphemanil Oxybutynin Xanax drug testing Hydrocodone m358 Tramadol ultram Phentermine 37.5 tablet Female uk… Continue reading
After spending years of layouting using tables in HTML, I decided to start working on my coming web projects using full XHTML/CSS. This would be a big step to keep up with the dynamics of WWW. I know it’s old news and kind of a bit late, but better than never. For the others who… Continue reading