Google Chrome is Getting Materialized - Here's How it Looks

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Google wants to Materialze everything. Yes, you heard that right, Google is now planning a redesign for Chrome, its web browser, that would adopt the "Material Design" ideas that Android uses, according to The Next Web.

Following Screenshots of the redesign were spotted on Google's developer website and show a slight tweak to the way Chrome looks, including squarer corners, a flatter look, and redesigned buttons for bookmarks and information.

According to the report, the new design is functional but not finished and it's not yet known when Google plans to roll out the update.

I'm eager to use the Material Design on Google Chrome.
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Remarketing WordPress Plugins Explained (for Google and Twitter)

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The average online marketer is content with creating separate areas of commerce on different online markets. They have their brand on Twitter where they market, they have Google ads where they also market, and they try to push people to their website to make purchases. All too often, these are three separate efforts.Being able to combine your different marketing efforts together is what remarketing tools are for. They help you target your ad spend on people who have visited your website before in an effort to get them to return and make that purchase they were contemplating before.

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5 Infamous Failed Redesigns

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Somewhere there is a graphic designer who is reading the title of this post and silently praying to themselves, "Please don't let it be me." Still, the truth must be told: Some redesigns were epic failures. You can imagine the scenario: Some new executive who wants to “shake things up” calls in a creative team. Instead of changing the product — Remember New Coke? — they figure changing the logo is a safe move to freshen things up and move the brand into the 21st Century. What could go wrong? Plenty of things, as these five infamous examples of failed -redesigns reveal:
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Setting Up Magento - A Quick Guide

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As far as ecommerce platforms go, Magento is one of the best. It has been used by anyone from big businesses to small, home-based shops all around the globe. Even big brands such as Nike and Lindt use Magento to power their online stores. You too can benefit from the immense power this ecommerce platform offers its users. In this part, we are going to talk about how you can get a Magento-based online store up and running without a problem. Let's get into the installation and setting up of Magento ecommerce platform.

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Website Designs that Clients Will Love to Edit Themselves

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Clients change their minds – All the time! How frustrating is it to spend two weeks on a project for a client and a week later to be asked to add a form or a slide-show to your original design?
Clients don’t want to be annoying you to make small changes either. They would rather make them themselves, but they cannot handle code, which was why they employed you in the first place.
You might think that using a website-builder is a compromise too far, but if you offer user-editable website design as an option when you quote for a job, you might be surprised at how many clients jump at it.
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Advanced Guide to Free & Open Source eCommerce Solutions

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The open source eCommerce platforms are popular in the industry because of their flexibility and no cost strengths. There are tons of options available in the market as far as eCommerce platforms are concerned. But today I've organized a superb list of free e-commerce web application frameworks & tools. These open source eCommerce software will help you boost your small or medium scale businesses and serve billions of internet users. By the end of  May 2015, there were already 3 billion internet users worldwide and nearly half of the worldwide population will be using the internet by the end of this year. This figure is just 42.4% of the entire world’s population! Only the US eCommerce sales are predicted to grow from $263 billion in 2013 to $414 billion in 2018. According to Comscore total digital commerce (eCommerce), up 14 percent year-over-year in Q1, continues to grow at a faster rate than the overall retail sector.
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Seven Tips for Ensuring Your Website is Secure

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Seven Tips for Ensuring Your Website is Secure
You've chosen your content management system (CMS), built your website, and now everything seems to be running smoothly. You're getting more viewers and posting more content, but all is not as it seems. You’re responsible for your data and the data of your readers. You’ve put a lot of hard work into this site already. But it’s at risk. It’s incredibly easy for someone with no experience in coding or web design to create their own professional-looking website. Unfortunately, a lot of these novice webmasters fail to realize the potential risks to their site and their personal information. Domain hijacking, phishing attacks and other maladies that may affect your website are becoming an epidemic these days.
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How to Maximize the Accessibility of Your WordPress Website?

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Is your WordPress website accessible? Well, there are many reasons to ensure that your site is accessible. An accessible website can be beneficial for Search Engine Optimization. In fact, creating these kinds of sites, engages more visitors to your great content that in turn increases your productivity. So, it will be better for you to maximize your WP site’s accessibility if you want to achieve targeted goals quickly and efficiently. Well as these 5 features that helps a website become great are important I think maximizing the accessibility of  a website is also important. Undoubtedly, Content Management Systems are awesome, and WordPress is one of the most user friendly CMSs in the web world. And, it becomes imperative to make your site accessible for different groups of visitors, including users with disabilities, search engine robots and mobile users.
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The Importance of Responsive Web Design

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Google processes more than a 100 billion requests worldwide, every month. And even though it has not revealed how many of these 100 billion requests were made through mobile phones, it has given considerable importance to mobile-friendly sites. The Mobilegeddon update is designed to reward mobile friendly sites as of April 21st, 2015. Making sure your website is user-friendly, no matter what device it is accessed from, has become more important now than ever. Add to that, the consistent use of smart phones and tablets has increased demand for websites that are compatible with multiple devices. And how are companies staying on top of this demand? With the use of responsive web design.
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How To Overcome Common Mistakes Made By New Online Businesses

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There’s never been a better time to start an online business. It doesn’t matter if you’re making your first steps into the fierce market or are simply taking your existing company online. The opportunities are unquestionably huge. However, it’s easy to jump in at the deep end and commit the same mistakes that 99% of new websites do. With the right information behind you, though, you can avoid those traps and ensure that your venture is a huge success from the outset. Here are some of the most regular errors that new websites make, and how you can battle against them to make your business thrive.
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