Web Browsers are a beautiful creation that allows us to view & use web pages on the internet. The governing fundamentals that make that happen transpire at the speed of light. From the many, one of the core principles is DOM — or short for — Document Object Model. What Is DOM (Document Object Model)?
If you’ve ever run your site through Google PageSpeed Insights, and came across “preconnect to required origins,” this post will cover the ground on what that message conveys, and specifically, focus on the rel=”preconnect” aspect. If you’re interested in dns-prefetch, you can check out my previously written post, where I discuss the necessary details to
Short for Media Access Control Address, a MAC Address is a permanent unique identifier for every device connected to the Internet, or having the capability to do so. There can be more than 1 MAC address on a single laptop, for instance, as you can have multiple network adapters, such as one for Ethernet/wired and one
Appealing to all masses, Microsoft Clarity was masterminded as a free behavioral analysis tool, aiming to predominantly assist website owners to comprehend the gap between what they hope or want users to do on their site, versus what they actually do. The primary idea behind it is that by understanding user expectations against real actions,
Bringing users to a website is undoubtedly a vital aspect for revenue; however, an equally critical facet of the ROI ecosystem is to keep users there to convert, and or have them perform the activities expected of them, once they’re there on the site. Obviously, it always doesn’t work out that way, and hence the