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  • 10 Best Email Previewing, Testing, & Rendering Tools - You know the expression, "What you see is what you get"? Well, when it comes to email marketing campaigns, that might not always be the case. Since everyone uses different email providers such as Gmail, Outlook, or Yahoo, emails can appear differently for various subscribers.
    Topics: free, best, tools, tool, preview, rendering, youll, previewing, email, marketing, emails, html, testing.
  • 13 Free Learning Resources for Designers, Developers - Here is a list of free online learning resources for designers and developers. There are tutorial sites, informative trade blogs, technical sites, educational games for designers and developers, and courses from a traditional university.
    Topics: developers, coding, include, design, web, resources, tutorials, free, learning, courses, html, learn, designers.
  • 16 Tools for Website Accessibility - "Web accessibility" refers to content designed so that people with disabilities can access it. Accessibility involves a wide range of disabilities, including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language, learning, and neurological. Here is a list of tools and plugins for website accessibility, including plugins and ecommerce themes for WordPress
    Topics: web, tools, content, accessible, users, problems, website, tool, html, accessibility, wordpress, page.
  • 275 Free, Responsive Email Templates - Whether you’re sending a newsletter, welcome message, product announcement, or holiday greetings, there are plenty of customizable email templates to match your brand and design on any device. Here is a list of responsive email templates.
    Topics: free, welcome, template, responsive, templates, product, html, collection, email, marketing.
  • 28 Best Email Newsletter Templates and Resources to Download Right Now - If you had to guess, how many email newsletters do you think you're subscribed to? Ten? Twenty? Fifty?
    Topics: right, templates, html, marketing, offers, download, free, template, emails, newsletters, newsletter, resources, email, best.
  • 9 Breadcrumb Tips to Make Your Site Easier to Navigate [+ Examples] - In the fairy tale Hansel and Gretel, two children drop breadcrumbs in the woods to find their way home. Nowadays, you probably don't experience too many lost-in-the-wood experiences, but I'm willing to bet you've felt disoriented on a poorly designed website.
    Topics: navigation, breadcrumbs, html, examples, way, tips, users, pages, page, css, site, easier, navigate, breadcrumb.
  • A Beginner's Guide to HTML5 - HTML5 was designed to do virtually anything you want to do online without having to download browser plugins or other software. Want to create animations? Embed music and movies? Build advanced applications that run in your browser? You can with HTML5.
    Topics: version, attribute, browser, create, html, video, guide, html5, web, beginners, using, add.
  • A New Way to Embed External Content To Your Markdown Files with Remarkable-oEmbed - At Elastic Path, we use markdown to author our product documentation. Markdown is a great format for any type of content publishing. It's a plain text format that can be used without any special tools or software. However, sometimes we need to add a little more than just plain text article. One request I had often received was to be able to add videos within the documentation, such as a visual step by step guide. But that's not natively supported by markdown format. Plus, these videos are hosted by a 3rd party service provider. That's also a problem because markdown does not have any native way of embedding contents external sources. What is Markdown? Markdown is simply a set of guidelines/syntax for writing. Markdown parsers then follow those guidelines and convert the document into another format for publishing. The syntax is very simple and does not get in the way of the readability of contents. A document written using pure markdown format can be consumed as-is. A common usage is converting those documents into html files for publishing online article. With the simplicity of the markdown format, it is possible for anyone within our organization to be able to contribute to our product documentation. For the same reason, reviewing the content before publishing is also a smooth experience. We build our documentation website from the markdown documents using a tool called Docusaurus v1, which uses remarkable markdown parser for converting the documents into an HTML format. How to embed external contents using Markdown? As mentioned earlier, Markdown format does not have any syntax or guideline for embedding contents from external services. There are several ways a video or any other external contents could be added without using any special tools: A link to the external contents - This is the simplest approach but lacks a cohesive experience. The user will move away from the content and go into another site or page containing the video. An iFrame whose source is the page containing external contents - The drawback with this approach is that another "site/page" is being embedded in your page, instead of only the content you're interested in. Add html code provided by external content hosting platform - Usually the service providers have a "Share" or "Embed" option that will give you a block of html code that can be added into into your website. That code  can be added into your markdown document. But, this requires writing and maintaining html code in the markdown document. That affects the maintenance, simplicity, readability, and review of contents. Besides, even a small typo or mistake can break the html page when that document is converted from markdown into html. All of the above approaches have some drawbacks. This is where oEmbed really shines. That's why we've built remarkable-oembed - a plugin for remarkable markdown parser. What is oEmbed? Similar to Markdown, oEmbed is simply a specification or guideline for content providers and consumers. Following the specs, providers can deliver contents to be consumable in any way without implementing tools for every consumer. Additionally, consumers can retrieve contents from various service providers without implementing specific tools for different providers. You may have already used oEmbed in various tools or platforms. For example, have you ever added a link to an image or a video into a rich text editor, which then automatically replaces the link with the corresponding image or video? That's most likely oEmbed under the hood. The consumer, such as blog editing tool, contacts the content providers following oEmbed specs. Provider then responds back with appropriate html code (or an URL to an image) and the consumer then replaces the original link from user with the response received from the provider. The user (i.e. blog author) does not need to deal with any code. oEmbed plugin for remarkable-oembed At the time I didn't find an existing plugin for the remarkable markdown parser that uses oEmbed specs for embedding content. So I decided to implement a plugin ourselves. The plugin adds a new syntax for content authors to provide the URL of the external content. When the markdown document is converted into using remarkable parser, it will retrieve the external content and include it in the html document prepared for publishing. Going with this approach added extra benefit for Elastic Path: Simple and familiar syntax for embedding content without requiring html code to be maintained Easy to update if we change our video hosting platform Embed other type of media from 3rd party sites  besides video, if needed The simplest form of the plugin syntax is: `!oembed[alternative text](source url)`. This is very similar to existing/built-in syntax of markdown format for embedding an image. Many platforms support oEmbed specs already. For example, embed code editor from codesandbox.io, audio player from Spotify, video from YouTube or other streaming services, and so on. If you use markdown format for any type of content publishing, such as docs, blogs, news, announcements, and so on and use the remarkable markdown parser, try out this plugin! Check out the open source plugin repository for installation and usage instructions. A list of supported providers can be found in the repository if you search for the `providers.json` file.  Feel free to open a pull request if you find any type of provider missing. There are still opportunities for features to be added into this plugin. Help us build those features! Thank you Special thanks to some of my colleagues for engaging in the design discussions (shout out to Jake Lin, Damoon Tahmasbi) and many thanks to Allegra Chan for carrying out the implementation.
    Topics: embed, code, external, way, remarkableoembed, files, format, oembed, plugin, content, document, markdown, html, contents.
  • How HTML Headings Help SEO - HTML headings are phrases or short sentences introducing a new section of content. Google has confirmed that headings help communicate the content's purpose. But search engine optimizers often debate how, exactly, Google uses those headings.
    Topics: google, headings, subheadings, structure, snippets, help, content, using, html, seo, search.
  • How to Add HTML Embed Codes to Your Website [Quick Tip] - If you want to curate others' content from social media or just make your own visual social media content work harder for your overall content strategy, you need to know how to embed HTML code onto your blog or website.
    Topics: content, html, website, add, post, page, code, click, youd, codes, social, embed, quick, tip.
  • How to Add YouTube Videos to Your Website: A Step-by-Step Guide - Video adds value to your website, and the right videos can help drive increased traffic and conversion. As noted by Forbes, users retain 95% of the message when they watch videos compared to just 10 percent by text, making video a great starting point to streamline connection with prospective customers.
    Topics: videos, youtube, stepbystep, video, website, guide, html, users, add, embed, user, site, code.
  • How to Breathe New Life Into Your Google Search Results With Rich Snippets - Google rich snippets. What the heck are those? They're these awesome things that can help you improve your website's SEO and generate more site traffic from search engine results pages (SERPs), and in this article, I'm going to tell you how to set them up.
    Topics: create, life, rich, html, event, google, product, information, breathe, tags, search, results, snippets.
  • How to Create an HTML Form That Sends You an Email - Sometimes, improving UX can cost a lot of money.
    Topics: html, email, form, create, send, sends, forms, code, php, youre.
  • SEO: HTML, XML Sitemaps Explained - There are two types of sitemaps: HTML and XML. HTML sitemaps guide visitors, mostly. XML sitemaps guide search engine bots, to ensure they find a site’s URLs to index. Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of each will help with your search engine optimization.
    Topics: seo, search, sitemaps, site, sitemap, link, xml, pages, explained, urls, page, html.
  • SEO: How Google Reads and Renders JavaScript - JavaScript can improve a shopper's buying experience, encourage interaction, and even bolster site performance in some cases. But where search engine optimization is concerned, JavaScript requires an extra degree of care.
    Topics: seo, javascript, renders, rendering, google, googlebot, html, index, reads, content, render, page.
  • Structured Snippets: The Low-hanging Fruit of SEO - I addressed rich snippets last week, explaining how they can enhance organic search listings for ecommerce product pages. Structured snippets are similar in concept, but they don't receive as much attention in the context of organic search. I'll address structured snippets in this post.
    Topics: organic, snippets, snippet, google, html, table, data, structured, rich, seo, tables, fruit, lowhanging.
  • The DNA of your emails: making html changes when you don’t code -   We know that as a marketer your job involves wearing many hats, some hats that you didn’t expect to have on. These skills gaps can sometimes impact your want to create campaigns that match the expectations of your brand, and sometimes can cause a lag in getting campaigns out the door. Ever wondered about that code that makes your emails beautiful but are too afraid to look into the backend? This blog post will break down the simple tweaks you can make without the need of an engineering or design team.
    Topics: css, dont, tag, colour, inline, code, style, html, making, font, example, dna, emails, email, changes, text.
  • The Simple Guide to Creating an HTML Email [+ Free Templates] - When you create an email using a drag-and-drop or module-based tool, you're actually generating an HTML email.
    Topics: version, emails, guide, simple, text, free, different, template, plain, templates, way, load, email, creating, html.
  • Ultimate Guide to Hero Images [Best Practices + Examples] - Whether or not you realize it, you judge every website by its visual appeal. And it only takes about 0.05 seconds to form an opinion. That means the hero image (the first photo, graphic, or video people see) has to be eye-catching enough to keep people scrolling the site.
    Topics: image, html, design, web, practices, hero, guide, best, images, css, ultimate, page, examples, text, size.
  • - Ever wondered how computer programming works, but haven't done anything more complicated on the web than upload a photo to Facebook? Then you're in the right place.
    Topics: web, work, page, languages, javascript, website, design, html, language, programming, style, css.
  • Where to Buy & Customize Beautiful Shopify Themes - Looking for the perfect Shopify theme? Check out these resources to find the best free & premium Shopify themes + experts to customize your own theme for you!
    Topics: store, best, youll, themes, youre, page, web, design, html, stores, shopify, buy, customize, theme.