Tag: wordpress

How to make your WordPress blog responsive

Filed by twago community on September 13, 2017
How to make your WordPress blog responsive

Darko Gerguric , is a freelance WordPress developer from Zrenjanin in Serbia with a solid knowledge of HTML, CSS, PHP, jQuery. He ist skilled in PSD to WordPress, Backend and plugin coding and completed more than 100 projects. He is always open to learning new things and to getting new ideas. In this days, when […]

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Top 10 must-have WordPress plugins

Filed by twago community on August 23, 2017
Top 10 must-have WordPress plugins

Rajesh Settu is a web designer & WordPress developer with 10+ years of experience in developing websites, web applications & mobile apps. He is currently managing his own IT firm Authorselvi based out of India, which builds Websites, Web applications, Mobile apps and PHP applications. Since the launch in 2003, WordPress has become one of […]

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Creating your own, free WordPress homepage

Filed by team twago on July 19, 2013
Creating your own, free WordPress homepage

A topic that has been circulating the internet for many years has been the creation of an own Homepage – and doing this without any expenses. Many companies and other ministries offer this (usually in the form of a modular construction system), but there are a multitude of difficulties which one must deal with when […]

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Web and app development are the top skills of 2011

Filed by team twago on January 13, 2012
Web and app development are the top skills of 2011

Alongside app development for social platforms and mobile operating systems, web development is one of the most sought-after freelancer skills. The project situation for app developers and experts in the area of web technologies continues to develop positively in the wake of the growing mobile Internet sector. This development is further highlighted by twago’s end-of-year […]

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CMS: A Brief Introduction

Filed by team twago on November 8, 2011
CMS: A Brief Introduction

This is a guest article written by Jose Antonio, from ZZ Multimedia, a web design & programming company based in both Madrid and Barcelona. This article is about the capabilities and opportunities offered to you by CMS, and will cover the most important tools (most are free software) that can help us to develop very […]

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Why freelancers should blog – or not

Filed by team twago on September 28, 2010
Why freelancers should blog – or not

The term blogging is commonly known. Everyone is allowed to blog, and many do it. This means that there are countless blogs on the Internet. Whether they are private individuals, freelancers, self-employed, or large corporations, blogging is almost obligatory and an integral part of modern communication strategies. In this article we explain why entrepreneurs should […]

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10 useful online tools for freelancers and self-employed

Filed by team twago on April 12, 2010
10 useful online tools for freelancers and self-employed

Most of the time lots of freelancers and self-employed work with their PC – programmers create code, designers create graphics or translators change texts from one language to another. Most of this work is not accomplishable and transmittable to the customer without a PC. Consequently, many programmes are installed on these computers. However, there are […]

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