Types of HTML Validators

HTML Validators let you check the source code of a website for errors. These tools split the screen into three parts: the source, the list of errors and an explanation. If there are errors, a validated page is recommended. If there are too many, a validation tool can convert the page into XHTML. To see… Continue reading Types of HTML Validators

How to PreventDefault Inside a Passive Event Listener

When writing a code that binds to an event, you need to make sure that you have passed the target parameter in the addEventListener() function. The target must be a mousewheel or scroll event to trigger the bind() method. If the target is a wheel, scrolling isn’t prevented by the bind() method because the mousewheel… Continue reading How to PreventDefault Inside a Passive Event Listener

YouTube No Cookie – How to Make Sure Your Videos Aren’t Tracked

YouTube No Cookie – How to Make Sure Your Videos Aren’t Tracked YouTube has just implemented new privacy measures, including a feature known as YouTube no-cookie. The new feature enables users to embed YouTube videos on their website without the need for a cookie. The change is a response to complaints from privacy advocates who… Continue reading YouTube No Cookie – How to Make Sure Your Videos Aren’t Tracked

A/B Testing With WordPress

A/B Testing With WordPress The WordPress platform makes it easy to perform A/B testing for your website. Fortunately, there are some popular split-testing plugins that you can use for your site. The first thing you need to do is set up your split-testing plugin. After this, you’ll need to create two test pages and a… Continue reading A/B Testing With WordPress