How Does G Suite Work: Cloud Computing & Latest G Suite updates from Google

To answer the ‘How does G Suite work’ question, let’s first understand what G Suite or Google Apps for Business is. G Suite is a package of cloud-based services for companies, organisations etc. These are apps that we’re probably all familiar with. It allows for: Collaboration Communication Storage Gmail for Business: Professional vs. Free Email The biggest advantage for a company or a business using G Suite is the use of the company domain name  for a professional email address as opposed to the free version. With Gmail for Business, you can have amrita.k@yourcompany.com (professional version) instead of amrita.k@gmail.com (free […]

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How to use cPanel: Beginners Guide to Using cPanel’s Commonly Used Features

cPanel is a popular dashboard to manage hosting orders however, if you’re not too clear on how to use cPanel, this article will walk you through the basic functions that you can perform with relevant screenshots. What is cPanel? cPanel is a dashboard to manage your web hosting account through a web interface. cPanel makes managing a hosting account easy that even those without technical expertise can set up websites. The cPanel dashboard also gives you updates, ability to access and manage add-on domains, FTP, security measures, enable backup for your files & more. We at ResellerClub also offer easy […]

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ResellerClub has been featured on HostingAdvice.com!

We at ResellerClub completed 10 years in the industry last year and have been powering ahead with our vision of providing Web Pros around the world with a one-stop marketplace for all their needs and our good work has been taken note of and boy, are we glad! The fantastic team at HostingAdvice did a test drive of our platform, products & customer care and it is satisfying to see our earnest work earn praise 🙂 HostingAdvice is often the go-to place for reviews & is a useful resource for those looking for hosting from various providers. Laura Stamey from the HostingAdvice […]

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How to plan a Website: 6 Steps to get you thinking

Looking to launch your website but not entirely sure how to plan it? We’re here to help. But first before we get into how to plan a website, let me just highlight some surprising project planning statistics: An astounding 97% of organizations believe project management is critical to business performance and organizational success. (Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers) For every $1 billion invested in the United States, $122 million was wasted due to lacking project performance. (Source: PMI.org) Fewer than a third of all projects were successfully completed on time and on budget over the past year. (Source: Standish Group) All this to say, […]

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Make the Most of your WordPress Theme by Cleaning House

In one of my earlier posts, we debated whether WordPress themes were replacing web designers. While the answer was a resounding no, let’s not discount the potential of a theme by itself. WordPress themes have helped millions of businesses get online. According to Code in WP, in 2014, the total number of theme downloads from WordPress.org was 123,498,018. That is a HUGE number! Does your theme impact your website’s performance? Sure, it does. Your theme is essentially like a house with great decor. It provides the styling and layout for your website. It matters because: Help conveys your identity through […]

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Building your own CMS: Here’s what you should know

A Content Management System (CMS) is a software that enables you to create and manage digital content. It is a web application used to update pricing through its APIs, manage files, create content, manage images etc. to maintain your website or online portals . Examples of CMSes include Drupal, WordPress, Joomla and the like. When should you consider building your own CMS? Some consider building their own CMSes in the following cases: For more control in terms of customisation & to fit your required purpose (as you cannot modify a code from WordPress or an existing CMS) If the existing […]

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Motion in Web Design

Motion has become an important element in design. Google explains motion in web design as ‘Something as simple as tapping a card to expand and reveal more information is made better by fluid animation’. The reason why motion in web design is important is because: It engages the user It gives the user a sense of control It allows for fluidity which results in seamless user experience Is an indicator that an action is in progress To elaborate on the last point, at one of our Ctrl+F5 events earlier this year, Anish Tripathi (VP Product Design at BookMyShow) made a […]

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Web push notifications: History, Effectiveness & more

We’ve all seen the little pop-up with a one line message and ‘Allow’ and ‘Block’ options when we open an address on the browser – either on our desktops or on our mobile phones. These are called ‘push notifications’. In this article, we will talk about the history of push notifications, their effectiveness & how they work. Please note, in this article, we will only cover web push notifications (on desktops & mobile browsers). We will leave the mobile app and in-app notifications for perhaps another article in the future 🙂 Push notifications are best for: Short or urgent, time-sensitive […]

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