Category Archives: Coding

Switching to a New Domain Name? Inform Google and Bing [Guide]

Switching your domain name should always be thought of as a last resort, but if you have to do it we recommend using Google’s “Change of Address” tool.

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Get to Know your Visitors Better with Event Tracking and Google Analytics [Guide]

In this post, we will show you how to setup Event Tracking with Google Analytics for your website. You will be able to track how certain elements of your website are interacted with (i.e. how many times a button or…

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Font Awesome 5 Update

We are happy to announce we are adding Font Awesome 5 to our base WordPress theme. As you may know, Font Awesome 5 (FA5) was released a few months ago and comes with it multiple icon sets with great icon selections. It also added a whole new way of adding icons to the page as SVG with JavaScript.

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Hiring – Front-End Web Developer. Code. Code. Code.

Are you a kick-butt web developer? If you know CSS3, HTML5, jQuery, and love web standards, then we want to talk to you. PaperStreet is looking to add a web developer to our team. We are looking for someone who is talented, fun and passionate about the web.

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How to Split a PDF Into Individual Pages Using Google Chrome

If you have ever needed to take certain sections/pages from a PDF, Google Chrome allows you to do this in a few easy steps. This can be very useful if you have a PDF that is 20 pages or so and only 1 or 2 of them are relevant to what you need. Check out the steps to pulling out individual PDF sections.

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Your Website is Slow. Speed it Up To Rank Better and Keep Users

Most law firm websites are slow. They waste bandwidth, have too many database queries, run on slow shared servers, don’t use caching, and call too many JS or CSS attributes. This article will walk you through how to improve this in less than a day’s work. Each of the five tasks typically takes anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours to finalize, with varying levels of needed technical expertise.

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Get An SSL. Google Chrome to Mark Non-HTTPS Sites As ‘Not Secure’ in July 2018.

Consider this your four-month warning to get your website to go with HTTPS.  In a follow-up to our post about Google Chrome marking sites as not secure when in incognito mode, Google is now rolling it out to all versions of Chrome this summer – sometime in July.

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Google’s Featured Snippets: How to Make Your Content Stand out in SERPs

Google has been rolling out its featured snippets function for some time now, and it has the internet marketing world buzzing. For SEO experts, our goal has always been getting our clients to rank for position #1 in the search results. However, with the addition of featured snippets, we are all scrambling to understand the science (or mysterious SEO magic) behind the coveted “position 0.”

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Top Google Chrome Browser Extensions for Designers and Developers

Leveraging browser extensions can really speed up your productivity as a designer and developer. Google Chrome has a healthy extension community with tons of extensions to choose from. While on one hand this can be great, on the other hand it can also be tough to find extensions that work best etc.

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Now Hiring – Web Development Intern

Job Description: Web Development Intern PaperStreet is seeking a talented Web Development Intern. We need someone who isn’t afraid to call themselves a nerd and express their love for development tasks.  We are looking for a candidate who is eager…

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