Category Archives: Development

Signs You Need a New Web Host

One very important aspect of any successful website is a reliable and efficient web host. A good web host can make all the difference and should be seen as an investment. There are many choices when it comes to web…


David portrait3 Website Errors You Can Fix Yourself

In this blog post, we will touch upon some technical issues you might encounter with your website and how you can help remedy the situation. Website Mistake #1: Not Using Google Analytics and Google Search Console Although some may not…


Kyle portraitHow To Do a Hard Refresh

When edits are made to your website, you may not be able to see them at first glance. This is because your browser saves “assets” from your site so the page loads faster (i.e., caching). This includes items that are…


Chris portrait5 User Snippets Every WordPress Developer Needs in VSCode

User snippets are an essential part of the daily workflow for most developers using VSCode.  For the unfamiliar, user snippets allow developers to write large amounts of code in one short word. VSCode uses JSON files for each programming language…


Gui portraitHow To Use BugHerd To Review Your Site (Updated 2022)

You selected your website layout, handpicked photos, and worked through your content. Now it’s time to make sure all your hard work was put together nicely to create your web presence. This is the time to review your testing link!…


Andrew DelossantosBeginner Tips for Web Development

Building a website is like building a house. At its core, it has a base structure created from scratch or a template. Templates provide a great alternative to custom building because they minimize the need for much of the design…


David portraitHow to Properly Add Images to your Website for Better SEO & Speed Performance [Guide]

Images are a crucial part of any website design, but if they are not added correctly, they can do more harm than good. As a result, PaperStreet has compiled our tips and best practices on how to properly add images to…


Pete Boyd portraitTotal Control History – What is Editable, What is Not and Why

Total Control is our base Content Management System (CMS). It has been running for over 15 years now and supports hundreds of law firms. Clients can edit almost everything on their website, but we do run into situations where some…


Pete Boyd portraitGet 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.


Really Cool Examples of SVG Animations in the Wild

With most browsers now supporting SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) image types, it has never been easier to dynamically animate vector graphics. As a result, we have started to see some really interesting and creative usage of SVG animations across the web.


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