Category Archives: Coding

AndrewHiring Web Developer

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…

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Michael LuongoHow to Easily Add Animations to Your Website

PaperStreet makes frequent use of animations on homepages we build, and it’s easy to see why. Animation brings movement, life, and a sense of polish to your website, creating a presentation static websites simply cannot achieve. The best part is…

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AndrewWeb Design Launch Process Checklist – Comprehensive

Andrew gives a comprehensive overview of our website launch process.

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DavidHow to Set Up an SSL Certificate for a Rackspace Cloud Website (Step-by-Step)

David explains how to set up an SSL certificate for a Rackspace Cloud website.

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Chris De La VegaHow to Brand Your WordPress Login Page

Branding your WordPress login page is relatively easy and allows you to provide a more customized experience for the users of your website.

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KyleHow Google Wants You to Format Telephone Numbers for Mobile

At PapeStreet, we think it’s critical to have a well-designed and functioning mobile website. A big part of that goal is ensuring the phone number links correctly.

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DavidSwitching to a New Domain Name? Learn How to Use Google’s Change of Address Tool

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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Michael LuongoHow to Make Your Website ADA Compliant

New regulations expected in the spring or summer will reveal new standards for web accessibility moving forward. Review how to get ahead of the legislation and make your website ADA compliant.

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Peter BoydHow to Sync your Webmaster Tools SSL Website Property with Your Google Analytics

We highly recommend that you sync your Webmaster Tools SSL website property with your Google Analytics website property when you upgrade to a SSL certificate (in fact, just do it – seriously). In short, your query data will not sync automatically unless you make a change, so there is action required on your part.

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Peter BoydUpgrading to an SSL? Review Our Checklist First

SSL certificates are fairly inexpensive and can promote more trust in your website. However, if you are upgrading to an SSL you will want to make sure you do a few things.

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