Way back in 1995, Microsoft released the first iteration of Internet Explorer and blew everyone’s socks right off. Web designers and developers finally had a browser that supported CSS, and it introduced Java and applets to the world.Read more >
We at VIEO love a good GIF – you should see our Slack channels – but we have to acknowledge a sad truth about these excellent ways to express emotions:
They’re inefficient, they don’t look as good as they could, and they slow down your page load time.
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If you follow VIEO, you’re probably familiar with Lauren’s striking graphic and web design work – including VIEO's stunning new website. So, it should come as no surprise that she’s earned a promotion to Senior Graphic Designer!Read more >
Having trouble sizing images in your responsive WordPress website?
Prior to WordPress 4.4 responsive images could be a bit hit or miss depending on your theme. Sometimes your images might spill out of your content area or be squished vertically on mobile devices. If that sounds like what you’re struggling with, read on!Read more >
As developers, major version changes to a CMS are always exciting - and stressful. With major version changes, we are introduced to new functions and abilities that we may not have had in the past. However, we may also run into breaking changes. So what can we expect from WordPress 5.0?Read more >
As you've likely already heard, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25th and includes some pretty hefty fines for violations. If you're marketing for a company in the U.S., you may have assumed the EU regulation didn't concern you. However, even non-EU companies will have some work to do if they market on the web. And really, who doesn't market on the web these days?Read more >