On Monday morning, December 10, from 1:00 – 4:00 AM ET, we will be performing internal network maintenance. During this time, there may be brief network interruptions to the following services:
The Importance of Accessibility
Adhering to Website Accessibility practices is important for many reasons. In fact, for larger businesses and government institutions its necessary due to the Americans with Disabilities Act legislation that mandates that business and government websites be accessible to those who are visually impaired. Furthermore, there may be more people with visual disabilities visiting your website than you think.
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Eric Karkovack wrote an informative article about making WordPress more secure. This article dives into some WordPress security essentials that we follow here at CUAnswers. It takes a look at some things like, choosing the right plugins, user best practices, utilizing SSL, and the importance of removing unneeded functionality.
Congratulations to First Financial Servicing on the launch of their brand new site!
The new site showcases a clean, simple design that displays insightful information for members. Additionally, the site is completely responsive and looks great on mobile devices!
Below are some features that can be added to your website to help your Credit Union stand out from the crowd. Lets face it, many financial websites look and feel the same as well as offer similar products and services. These tips will help enhance the overall user experience to deliver more value to your visitors, while highlighting products and services and communicating a more effective competitive advantage.
Certain CSS Selectors are no longer as much of a performance concern as many developers may have once thought. With the ever-changing browser landscape we know that browsers are now faster and smarter than ever before.
Here is a list of the common CSS Selectors in order from lightest to heaviest and as we can see at one point it would have been recommended to avoid such selectors.
|4.||General and adjacent sibling|
|5.||Child and descendant|
|8.||Pseudo-classes and elements|
Now, however, we don’t really have to worry about selector performance. As mentioned above browsers have evolved. Actually, Google doesn’t even worry about it anymore. A good tool to measure website performance is Google’s Page Speed Insights. In 2013 Google actually removed the common “Use efficient CSS selectors” rule. Keeping optimized images, leveraging browser caching, and minifying internal and external files is much more important when it comes to performance boosts on a website.