Mathew Porter Web Design & Development Blog

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RGBA and HSLA Colors in CSS3

Recently I was asked what the “new colors in CSS3” are, which was a question from a friend who was brushing up on some of the new specification. Basically this friend was referring to the W3C’s CSS Color Module Level 3 (available here: which has some new modules available in the specification, RGBA and HSLA. Both RGBA and HSLA […]

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Bing, PPC

Get more from Bing Ads PPC Campaigns

Microsoft’s, Bing Ads platform (formally Microsoft AdCenter) is a great source of increasing traffic to your site as part of your current paid online marketing campaigns, especially if you have a successful and extensive Google AdWords PPC Campaign running. You may have started to exhaust the maximum amount of conversions possible for your services, products or site in Google, so […]

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Search Engines, SEO

4 SEO Tactics to Avoid

The world of SEO is a strict place. A number of years ago when people realised that there were things they could do to make their websites appear higher on search engines and they could literally get away with doing anything to make this happen. Fortunately for today’s internet user, Google has worked hard to improve the quality of its […]

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Information, WordPress

WordPress 10th Anniversary

This week saw the WordPress blogging and CMS platform reach it’s 10 year anniversary, obviously starting life in 2003 as a open source project started by Matt Mullenweg and Mike lIttle. There have been some huge development’s and progression for WordPress in 10 years, taking up 66% of the market share of CMS platforms used online. This infographic details some […]

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SaaS Email Marketing
Email Marketing, Hosting

How to Choose a SaaS Vendor for Email Marketing

Software-as-a-Service is the most widely used form of cloud computing, and when it comes to SaaS applications, email marketing is one of the most commonly deployed. Handling your email business in the cloud comes with some unique advantages, including the ability to pay based on your needs and scale resources as your needs change. But with the cloud also comes […]

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