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Typography is an essential aspect of web design. It consists of two parts ideally typeface and font-family




Code editors

Photos and Images


Web Design Inspiration

Web Design Blogs

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Web Design Frameworks

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CSS Generators

Code validators

W3C Markup Validation


Online platforms

Youtube Channels 

Wireframe tools

Graphical tools

Analytics tool


WordPress Themes

Collaboration Tools

VCS Tools

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Various types of web hosting services

Shared Hosting Plans

To place (host) a smaller website or project on a budget, there’s no better place than a shared hosting service. Shared hosting is like renting a room, or hostel – you get a spot on a server, that you need to share with others.

Why is it called “shared?”

Multiple websites on a single server require users to share resources like bandwidth. This is not recommended for larger websites with a lot of traffic. They may cause slowdowns, small projects will be right at home. If there’s a high-traffic surge to other websites hosted on the same server, the website might be slower. It happens because the resources are

By now you should be having your domain name and want to share your content – portfolio, photography, blog, ecommerce store, business website, etc. – for which you need a place to host it. Consider web hosting is like renting a place for your project. You place your website on your dedicated web server, making sure visitors can come and see your content 24/7/365.

Hostinger primarily provides three types of web hosting services: Shared hosting, cloud hosting, and VPS hosting.

All web hosting services are protected by the latest security technologies, to ensure data protection. Also, if you are unhappy with their services, Hostinger provides you a 30-day money back gurantee, for any kind of hosting you purchase. So, either way, you are the ultimate winner smile.


Shared Hosting Plans

Shared hosting lets us offer a high-quality service for small projects, keeping a low cost!
Some of the features of Shared hosting:

  • Unlimited number of emails with premium
  • Unlimited bandwidth with premium
  • Unlimited number of websites with premium
  • Powerful control panel
  • Backups
Shared hosting is offered in three different plans: single, premium, and business. Users can find the perfect solution for their needs. No overpaying for features they don’t need. You can see the full feature list on our shared hosting landing page.

Cloud Hosting Plans

Cloud hosting uses the power of cloud computing, combining it with the simplicity of shared hosting. Cloud technology is the latest in reliable web hosting technology. Website files are on multiple physical servers, arranged into a virtual cloud server. This provides speeds up to 3x faster than regular hosting. It even comes with its own dedicated IP address and SSL certificate.

Cloud hosting is a lot safer because files are spread across multiple servers. In fact, the speed, size, feature, and resource capabilities match a dedicated server while having major advantages over them.

Same as Shared hosting, the user interface is powered by our control panel, creating an environment that is easy to manage, learn, and grow. The back end is completely taken care of – you only need to worry about creating and growing your website.

Some of the features:

  • Seamless Upgrade from shared hosting
  • Dedicated IP
  • Live Upgrade between cloud packages (for example, from Startup to Enterprise)
  • Free Lifetime SSL included
  • Daily Backup/Snapshot of all data on the account
  • Embedded CloudFlare protection (with DDoS protection mode selection)

Vps Hosting Plans

This one is for the users who must have no less than the best reliability and performance solutions. VPS – Virtual Private Server – hosting is a service that provides powerful dedicated resources. VPS hosting is like renting an entire condo in an apartment building.

Each virtual private server is placed on a server, with multiple other VPS hosted. The difference is, that you do not need to share resources. What you buy is what you get – no resource sharing.

With VPS hosting you receive root access – the ability to modify the virtual server from the bottom up. Hostinger support a massive selection of Linux based operating systems. This allows users to maximize the benefits they get, depending on their project.

VPS hosting is prefered by users who need a lot of power, and have a lot of technical expertise. VPS hosting works best with highly technical projects. Websites with high traffic, computing power and other requirements. This includes web applications, servers, and business websites.

Some of the features of VPS hosting:

  • Dediated IP with IP4 and IP6
  • Easy web scripting and OS installer
  • Easy-to-use VPS hosting control panel
  • Enterprise level data backups
  • 100MB/s connection
  • Full root access
  • Fully managed back end

30 web design buzzwords you should know in 2020

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Web Design and development industry has their way of naming things which are often uncommon to new guys entering into this field. In this list, you will find some of the commonly used jargons or buzzwords used in day-to-day work which you cannot avoid to learn in 2020. Among these some of them I have personally used in my articles which you might come across.

So, below is the complete list of jargons which I thought of sharing with you all.


The term accessibility also known as web accessibility refers to making your application or tools accessible for disabled people. Learn more about web accessibility

Adaptive Design

Its a process of designing web pages according to specific width of the browser. The contents or layout of the page only adapts when the browser comes to a particular size or point. In short, adaptive design requires different fixed layouts to adapt to various screen sizes. Learn more about adaptive design

Anchor Tag

The anchor <a> tag used in HTML knows as hyperlinks, which helps to link from one page to another. Typical anchor tag looks as below –

<a>Click me</a>


Its the point where you break your current layout into new value points of your device. In simple terms, breakpoints are standard screen sizes which is used in CSS to properly structure your web page layout in various screen sizes. Learn more about breakpoints


Breadcrum is a type of horizontal navigation used in websites to identify the users location. It is mostly used in content heavy sites like blogs, news related sites and e-commerce.

Content Management System (CMS)

CMS is a software application used to manage content of your website. With simple and user friendly graphical interface you can modify your content on the fly. WordPress is one of the best CMS which you can always try for free.


Cache is a mechanism of storing assets or resources by making a copy of the same from the web server, so that when requests are being made from browser, it can be delivered faster. Learn more about caching


Cookie is a small piece of code stored in user’s browser. Learn more about cookie

Content Delivery Network (CDN)

A content delivery network, or content distribution network, is a geographically distributed network of proxy servers and their data centers. The goal is to provide high availability and performance by distributing the service spatially relative to end users. Some of the organization providing CDNs are – Google, Microsoft. Learn more about CDN


The name of every website are known as domain name. Each domain name is unique. To have your website, the first resource you will need is a domain.


Document Object Model is W3C standard for accessing documents. It is also a standard for manipulating elements HTML elements. Learn more about DOM


A framework in UI is a combination of HTML, CSS and JS ready to use code components which is used by developers for consistency in coding. Frameworks are mostly used to save development effeort, responsive design requirements etc. Learn more about frameworks


Small icon displayed on the top-left side in your web browser tab when you open any website. Its visual representation of the brand’s icon.


Hosting is the second most essential tool to have an online presence. Hosting is a service offered by hosting providers like Hostinger, Bluehost and many more. Its a space in server which is purchased to host the assets (images, fonts, code etc) of your website.


A library is a set of code written by someone  to solve some specific purpose. Learn more about various types of css librarires

Landing Page

A landing page is a normal web page of your website which is designed specifically with some goals. Such goals can be generating leads for your website, or clickthrough pages. Learn more about landing pages

Media Queries

It is a process or technique introduced in CSS 2 to make responsive websites. It uses special syntax to write css which starts with @media. Typical media query is written as below –

@media not|only mediatype and (mediafeature and|or|not mediafeature) {

Learn more about media queries


A plugin is a software application that acts as an addon to provide additional functionality or features for your application. Common use of plugins are in wordpress websites. Learn more about plugin.

Responsive Design

RWD or responsive web design is an approach of making websites look good for any screen sizes. It is called responsive web design when you use CSS and HTML to resize, hide, shrink, enlarge, or move the content to make it look good on any screen. Learn more about reponsive web design

Static website

Static websites are the most simple type websites coded in HTML and CSS. Content of the websites are also coded in HTML and CSS and displayed to the browser.


A server is a computer which makes data available for other computers called client.


Sessions are used for storing information in the servers as well as in client machine. It also comes under web storage which is introduced in HTML 5


Search Engine Optimization is the process of growing the quality and quantity of website traffic by increasing the visibility of a website or a web page to users of a web search engine.


A sitemap is a collective list of all available pages in a website.

User Experience

UX also known as user experience is the overall experience of a user with the product which he/she is interacting with. Learn more about user experience

User Interface

User Interface also known as UI is synonymous to another term known as Front End Development. UI mostly takes care about the look and feel (layout, spacing, typography, colors) of any web or mobile apps in terms of coding.


Each individual page on a website is termed as a web page displayed on web browser.


A website is a collection of web pages about a particular or multiple topic. It consists of various items like images, media files, links, etc.


A wireframe, also known as a blueprint, is a visual (with no more than two colors) guide that represents the skeletal framework of any application. Wireframes are created for the purpose of arranging elements to best accomplish a particular purpose.


What You See Is What You Get is a visual content editor mostly used for content management system to manage your content easily with easy drag and drop and with little to zero coding knowledge.

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Create a website with wordpress in 4 easy steps

Create a website with wordpress in 4 easy steps

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Creating websites might be complex process but selecting right tools and resources, might help you to achieve your work in a simple and easy way. So, in this guide, I will help you to create a website with wordpress in four simple steps

Before moving ahead, check my comprehensive glossary section to understand some of the terminologies which you can learn and will help you to create a better website.

Now that you are aware of the basic jargons, follow this 4 simple and easy step by step guide to create your website.

#1 Get your domain name

To get your website online, first step is to have a domain, which is the name for your website. Every website that you visit today including mine, has a unique name. Domain name is divided into two parts: label and TLD. To help you understand, I will take example of my website skimirsh.com. Here skimirsh is the label and .com is TLD (Top Level Domain) are the strings of text added after the label.

With hostinger, you get a free domain name for one year, if you take their premium hosting plans.

#2 Purchase hosting

When it comes to hosting, Hostinger is my most favourite platform. They support various types of hosting services, and provides awesome features like – unlimited web hosting, affordable hosting as Hostinger is the only cheapest hosting provider and a fully certified ICANN member. You can find all types of hosting services provided by Hostinger.

All web hosting services are protected by the latest security technologies, to ensure data protection. Also, Hostinger provides you a 30-day money back gurantee, for any kind of hosting you purchase. So, either way, you are the ultimate winner smile

#3 Select platform to set up your website

By now, you must be done with both your domain and hosting and will be having access to your cpanel provided from Hostinger with your login credentials. It’s the tool developed to help you control every meaningful aspect of your hosting easily. From email to subdomain, everything is seamlessly accessible.

With clear navigation system, it becomes very easy and simple to manage our website. We will be focusing mostly on the Website part of hPanel, as in this stage our goal is to have our website created. Hostinger provides multiple ways to get our website live.

Here is a list of things which you can control from your hPanel

  • Hosting accounts
  • Domains
  • VPS services
  • Emails
  • Websites
  • Databases
  • File manager services
  • Caching
  • DNS options

This is the tip of the iceberg. These tools enable amazing features, like Git auto-deployment, static content caching, cron jobs, SSH access.

With this powerful tool you can manage, improve, and grow your website effortlessly. In addition, the technology powering the hPanel uses up to four times less memory (RAM) than the closest competitor. Making it much more lightweight and fast, without sacrificing power.

Popularly requested features are developed in-house. That way the service are offered for less – meaning the users save money as well.

Below mentioned are the popular types of websites you can develop.

  1. Blogs
  2. e-commerce websites
  3. Portfolio websites
  4. Enterprise websites
  5. Portfolio websites
  6. Educational websites

The type of websites listed above can be created with any of the options provided by Hostinger which I have already shared.   

Auto Installer

This tool allows users to get started in one click. After buying the service and setting up the account, users can install a CMS in a single click. Installing CMS likeWordPress, Drupal, Joomla takes a minute!

In this guide, we will see one of the most popularly used CMS, WordPress which you can use to create almost any type of websites.

Benefits of using CMS like wordpress:

  1. Free and Open source CMS
  2. Easy to learn for beginners
  3. Better community support and great documentation

How to Install WordPress?

To install WordPress it is very easy. Go to Auto Installer tab under Website section of the visual hPanel. You will always get the latest version of the CMS.


Credentials WordPress

#4 Install a theme

Great, you have come a long way and have successfully done installing of WordPress. Let’s move ahead with the final step of your website. WordPress has a huge collection of themes. some of them are freeium and paid. To create your website, you can use some of the best free themes – OceanWp, Astra, 

The one which I use and recommend is Divi from Elegant Themes. Its the best theme I have ever used till date and the best part is, my website is also developed using Divi. Try out Divi

Divi WordPress Theme


Finally, you have learnt various ways to create your website. Also you got some additional resources by which you can get some awesome look for your website. So get yourself online..

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