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Web Creation Nepal is a creative logo design company in Kathmandu, Nepal. We specialize in professional and custom made Company Logo Design services in Nepal. Our Team specializes in designing effective, high impact custom logos for all kinds of businesses. Let our logo design team guide you through the process of creating your company logo, whether you're starting a new business or want to make changes in your current one, Web Creation is ready to help you.

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10 Ways to Speed Up Your Website – and Improve Conversion by 7%

10 things you can do to speed up your site


1. Minimize HTTP Requests

According to Yahoo, 80% of a Web page’s load time is spent downloading the different pieces-parts of the page: images, stylesheets, scripts, Flash, etc. An HTTP request is made for each one of these elements, so the more on-page components, the longer it takes for the page to render.
That being the case, the quickest way to improve site speed is to simplify your design.
  • Streamline the number of elements on your page.
  • Use CSS instead of images whenever possible.
  • Combine multiple style sheets into one.
  • Reduce scripts and put them at the bottom of the page.
Always remember, when it comes to your website, leaner is better.
Pro Tip: Start a campaign to reduce the number of components on each page. By doing this, you reduce the number of HTTP requests needed to make the page render—and you’ll significantly improve site performance.

2. Reduce server response time

Your target is a server response time of less than 200ms (milliseconds). And if you follow the tips in this article, you’re well on your way to achieving this.
Google recommends using a web application monitoring solution and checking for bottlenecks in performance.
Pro Tip: Read this report by Singlehop, Critical Ecommerce Infrastructure Needs, to learn nine things you need to focus on to keep your site performing well.
Then tap into these resources:
  • Yslow – to evaluate your site’s speed and get tips on how to improve performance.
  • Google’s PageSpeed Tools – to learn more about performance best-practice and automate the process.

3. Enable compression

Large pages (which is what you could have if you’re creating high-quality content) are often 100kb and more. As a result, they’re bulky and slow to download. The best way to speed their load time is to zip them—a technique called compression.
Compression reduces the bandwidth of your pages, thereby reducing HTTP response. You do this with a tool called Gzip.
Most web servers can compress files in Gzip format before sending them for download, either by calling a third-party module or using built-in routines. According to Yahoo, this can reduce download time by about 70%.
And since 90% of today’s Internet traffic travels through browsers that support Gzip, it’s a great option for speeding up your site.
Pro Tip: Read this article for more details on Gzip compression. Then set up your server to enable compression:

4. Enable browser caching

When you visit a website, the elements on the page you visit are stored on your hard drive in a cache, or temporary storage, so the next time you visit the site, your browser can load the page without having to send another HTTP request to the server.
Here’s how Tenni Theurer, formerly of Yahoo, explains it…
The first time someone comes to your website, they have to download the HTML document, stylesheets, javascript files and images before being able to use your page. That may be as many as 30 components and 2.4 seconds.
load time 1
Once the page has been loaded and the different components stored in the user’s cache, only a few components needs to be downloaded for subsequent visits.
In Theurer’s test, that was just three components and .9 seconds, which shaved nearly 2 seconds off the load time.
load time 2
Theurer says that 40-60% of daily visitors to your site come in with an empty cache, so it’s critical that you make your page fast for these first-time visitors. But you also need to enable caching to shave time off subsequent visits.
Pro Tip: Read this article to learn four methods for enabling caching.
Static resources should have a cache lifetime of at least a week. For third-party resources like ads or widgets, they should have a cache lifetime of at least one day.
For all cacheable resources (JS and CSS files, image files, media files, PDFs, etc.), set Expires to a minimum of one week, and preferably up to one year in the future. Don’t set it to more than one year in the future because that violates the RFC guidelines.

5. Minify Resources

WYSIWYG resources make it easy to build a Web page, but they sometimes create messy code—and that can slow your website considerably.
Since every unnecessary piece of code adds to the size of your page, it’s important that you eliminate extra spaces, line breaks, and indentation in your code so your pages are as lean as possible.
It also helps to minify your code. Here’s Google’s recommendation:
  • To minify HTML, you can use PageSpeed Insights Chrome Extension to generate an optimized version of your HTML code. Run the analysis against your HTML page and browse to the ‘Minify HTML’ rule. Click on ‘See optimized content’ to get the optimized HTML code.
  • To minify CSS, you can try YUI Compressor and cssmin.js.
  • To minify JavaScript, try the Closure CompilerJSMin or the YUI Compressor. You can create a build process that uses these tools to minify and rename the development files and save them to a production directory.

6. Optimize images

With images, you need to focus on three things: size, format and the src attribute.
Image size
Oversized images take longer to load, so it’s important that you keep your images as small as possible. Use image editing tools to:
  • Crop your images to the correct size. For instance, if your page is 570px wide, resize the image to that width. Don’t just upload a 2000px-wide image and set the width parameter (width=”570”). This slows your page load time and creates a bad user experience.
  • Reduce color depth to the lowest acceptable level.
  • Remove image comments.
Image format
  • JPEG is your best option.
  • PNG is also good, though older browsers may not fully support it.
  • GIFs should only be used for small or simple graphics (less than 10×10 pixels, or a color palette of 3 or fewer colors) and for animated images.
  • Do not use BMPs or TIFFs.
Src attribute
Once you’ve got the size and format right, make sure the code is right too. In particular, avoid empty image src codes.
In HTML, the code for an image includes this:
When there’s no source in the quotation marks, the browser makes a request to the directory of the page or to the actual page itself. This can add unnecessary traffic to your servers and even corrupt user data.
Pro Tip: Take time to re-size your images before uploading them. And always include the src attribute with a valid URL.
To ensure your images load quickly, consider adding the WP Smush.it plugin to your website.

7. Optimize CSS Delivery

CSS holds the style requirements for your page. Generally, your website accesses this information in one of two ways: in an external file, which loads before your page renders, and inline, which is inserted in the HTML document itself.
The external CSS is loaded in the head of your HTML with code that looks something like this:
<!—Your styles –>
Inline CSS is nested in your page’s HTML and looks like this:
inline css example
In general, an external style sheet is preferable, because it reduces the size of your code and creates fewer code duplications.
Pro Tip: When setting up your styles, only use one external CSS stylesheet since additional stylesheets increase HTTP requests. Here are a two resources that can help:
Avoid including CSS in HTML code, such as divs or your headings (like the inline CSS pictured above). You get cleaner coding if you put all CSS in your external stylesheet.

8. Prioritize above-the-fold content

Having just recommended that you use only one CSS stylesheet and no inline CSS, there is one caveat you need to consider. You can improve user experience by having your above-the-fold (top of the page) load faster—even if the rest of the page takes a few seconds to load.
Pro Tip: Consider splitting your CSS into two parts: a short inline part that styles above-the-fold elements, and an external part that can be deferred.

9. Reduce the number of plugins you use on your site

Too many plugins slow your site, create security issues, and often cause crashes and other technical difficulties.
Pro Tip: Deactivate and delete any unnecessary plugins. Then weed out any plugins that slow your site speed.
Try selectively disabling plugins, then measuring server performance. This way you can identify any plugins that harm your site speed.

10. Reduce redirects

Redirects create additional HTTP requests and increase load time. So you want to keep them to a minimum.
If you’ve created a responsive website, more than likely, you have redirects in place to take mobile users from your main website to the responsive version.
Pro Tip: Google recommends these two actions to make sure a responsive redirect doesn’t slow your site:
  • Use a HTTP redirect to send users with mobile user agents directly to the mobile equivalent URL without any intermediate redirects, and
  • Include the  markup in your desktop pages to identify the mobile equivalent URL so Googlebot can discover your mobile pages.
Sound too technical? Don’t worry. This post by VerveSearch helps you navigate your switch to a mobile-friendly website without compromising speed.

The bottom line

Some of these tips are easy to implement, but a few are advanced tactics that can be intimidating if you aren’t technically inclined.
If that’s the case, you might want to get help. Here are a few resources I can recommend:
  • If you like digging in and doing it yourself, Google Developers has useful information that can help you improve site performance.
  • For a done-for-you solution, consider a fully managed server like SingleHop.
Now it’s your turn. Have you come up with a unique way to speed up your website? Share your tips below.

HOW CAN I SCORE 100 ON GOOGLE PAGESPEED INSIGHTS?

The first step is to head to the insight tool and put your URL in the box. Unless you have already worked your way through the results, you will no doubt be faced with a series of errors and warnings for you to fix. Even the most popular sites could make some improvements (at the time of writing webcreationnepal.com receives a 16/100 rating).
PageSpeed Insights is split into two sections - Mobile and Desktop. When measuring your site Google will access it using two different ways; a mobile-user agent and desktop-user agent. When accessing via the mobile-user agent, PSI tries to replicate mobile characteristics, such as screen size, network speed and device processing power. The desktop analysis does not take these factors into consideration and will generally produce a higher score, as page speed will not be restricted.

Minify JavaScript, HTML and CSS

In order to make PSI happy, all your images, CSS, JavaScript and HTML need to be optimised and minified. To minify your CSS and JavaScript, you can use a build tool such as Gulp or Grunt, or there are several online tools which can do this for you. As for minifying HTML, most CMS’s provide this as a plugin (if you are using one), if not services such as Cloudflare act as a CDN and asset compressor. Alternatively desktop applications such as ImageOptim exist to allow you to “preprocess” your images before being uploaded.
If there are any optimisations to be made, PSI will generate a zip file containing all the new assets for you. If you are just running this tool on a static site, download the new assets and upload them to your site.
However, chances are you are going to want to know what optimisations have been made to the assets, so you can update and re-optimise any new assets you create.

Optimise Images

Having un-optimised images on your site can really hinder your Google PageSpeed score. The messages from Google are very unhelpful, as to what is required to “optimise” your images. We’ve spent the last few weeks ticking all the boxes and working out what is needed:
JPEG Quality - no higher than 85%
The compression quality of your jpeg should be no higher than 85% (for example, when saving in Photoshop). In most cases, there is no need to have it this high anyway, but make sure it does not go past this number. Our designers often mention the magic number of “51” for jpeg compression, but use your judgement as to how low you can go.
JPEG Subsampling - use 4:2:0 (aka 2x2,1x1,1x1 or 2:1:1)
JPEG subsampling is a topic which is not widely talked about and required a substantial amount of research before we fully understood it. This article on Chroma-Subsampling explains it better than we ever could. A tool similar to IMGOnline can be used to change this. Alternatively we use ImageMagick on the command line.
Greyscale PNGs - use the right colorspace
This one caught us out but now seems obvious. If your PNG image only uses black & white colours (e.g. is a shade of grey and features no colour) you can set it to use the  “Gray” PNG colorspace when saving.
PNG-8 over PNG-32Using PNG-8 over PNG-32 is down to personal judgement. Most of the time, PNG-8 will be sufficient for what you need and the file size is normally significantly smaller. This thread on Stack Overflow explains more. IDUX also have a great article explaining alpha transparency
Image sizePSI won’t generally pull you up on this, but it is good practice to ensure your images are not oversized for what is required. If your image is only every used as a thumbnail, the user shouldn’t need to download a 4000px image for it.
Image meta dataEvery image created stores several bits of meta information about itself. Storing this data increases the file size, which isn’t needed on the web. Use an image optimiser or minifier to strip out this meta data, reducing the file size of the image.

Eliminate render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content

Google PageSpeed Insights requires any render blocking assets to be located in the footer of the page (just before your closing body tag). These render blocking assets include CSS and Javascript. Be careful - there may be some inline JavaScript on your page which relies on a library (such as jQuery) to be loaded before it can be executed. If this occurs and you are unable to move the inline script, you may wish to consider implementing a “javascript handler” to prevent your page from failing to execute.

Trends of Web Design in 2017


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Professional Digital Marketing Training available in Kathmandu. I have more than 6 years of Digital Marketing experience and can help you to understand online marketing and how to work on websites.

Why do People learn Digital Marketing?

1.      Sales & Marketing Professionals (including Advertising Professionals, Brand Managers and Media Planners)

2.      Entrepreneurs (including CXOs: CEO, CFO, CIO, CCO, CSO of company)

3.      Digital Marketers  (including SEO, PPC, Social Media Professionals & Web Strategists)

4.      Students (including MBAs, Graduates, BBAs & aspiring drop-outs)

Training Schedule / Session Plan?

1.      Introduction

2.      Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

3.      Social Media Marketing

4.      Content Marketing

5.      Email Marketing

6.      Mobile Marketing

7.      Pay Per Click (PPC)

8.      Conversion Optimization

9.      Digital Analytics

10.     Marketing Automation

11.  Google Analytics: Specific Techniques and Reports

12.  Google AdWords Fundamentals

13.  Facebook, Twitter Marketing and Advertising

14.  YouTube and Video Marketing

15.   Digital Marketing Strategy

Further Training Details

Training Course 
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Professional Digital Marketing Training
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SEO in 2017: Mobile optimization as a competitive advantage

Even many of the titans of the internet could do with a bit of optimization of their mobile sites. Contributor Marcus Miller offers a comprehensive view of how to ensure you're making the most of the opportunity to forge ahead.

In 2016, the inevitable happened, and mobile overtook desktop as the primary device used to access websites. This didn’t come as a huge surprise because, as far back as 2015, Google reported that more searches were conducted on mobile than on any other device category.

In many industries, this may be conservative and, at the agency I head up in the UK, Bowler Hat, our B2C clients are seeing up to 85 percent of all site sessions conducted on mobile devices.

Suffice it to say, mobile has well and truly arrived. Yet, while responsive design has been around for a while now and is fairly well-established, the majority of sites tend to fall down on usability. That is, the majority of sites are still built for desktop and then dialed back for mobile. That form-fill that was mildly annoying on desktop is an absolute pig on mobile. Even if it is responsive.

This is not good enough in the mobile-first world we are racing toward in 2017.

In this article, I am going to look at how you can ensure you are truly optimizing for mobile users. We will look at the fundamentals of responsive design and page speed, but we will also look beyond this at user experience tailored to mobile devices. We will then wrap this up with a mobile optimization checklist that you can use to identify optimization opportunities.

Our goal here is to go the extra distance to create fully mobile-focused websites; to delight our users and drive conversions; to use mobile optimization to develop a strategic advantage over the competition. And, of course, Google wants to delight mobile users so we can improve engagement and on-page ranking factors and also benefit from improved SEO. Better for users. Better for search engines. Win-win.

Why your Small Business need a Website?


Back in the days, having a website was considered luxury. The days where traditional marketing like Yellow pages, outlets, magazine ads ruled the era have phased away. Now, a buyer’s decision is highly influenced by an online research. Your ideal customers are the one who is searching for you via online methods. And if you still rely on the old form of marketing, you will be missing a good chunk of prospects. The Digital world has made it easy for a small business owner to connect with their local audience.

One major benefit of having a website is, you don’t have to pay thousands every like you used to on YP. Your website itself is the market for you where you can attract qualified leads. With a simple search on Google, users can find information about your business. And, if you have a delightful website topped with effective marketing tactics, you can convert a high number of visitors into leads.

Looking for small business website packages? Feel free to contact us so we can understand your business and offer the most competent price on the web.

Our Process behind Web Design & Development:


  • Research and Persona Development: Every design is backed with an immense research and persona development. The reason why we do it is to have a better understanding of your audience. How they perceive your website has a lot to do with their decision-making process.
  • Design Mock-up: We make at least 3 mock-ups for your business to see which one fits the best. Yes, we take your approval before moving on.
  • Design & development: We take the final wire frame and convert it into a functional website. We take attention to details making it conversion ready.
  • Testing and Q/A: Every design will pass through a continuous series of testing and quality assessment.
  • Go Live: After testing and alterations, we go live. We have our own hosting services, so you don’t have to worry about extra expenses.


Advantages of a CMS Website

A Content Management System is a system that is used to manage website content. Well known CMS platforms include: wordpress, joomla and drupal. Managing content refers to the creating, editing, publishing, and distribution of website content.

We specialize in the process of providing functionality requirements of e-commerce such as content management, marketing databases, e-procurement, e-catalogues, and information portals and various other high-end well developed features and products.

There are many benefits of having a website with CMS:


  • Quick and easy page management – Any approved user can quickly and easily publish online without complicated software or programming.
  •  Consistent brand and navigation – Design templates provide a consistent brand and standard navigation across all websites.
  •  Flexibility for developers – Because the CMS enables non-technical users to easily publish content, this frees up technical developers to focus on functionality and enhanced features.
  •  Updates— The CMS allows alerts to be set to notify the editor when content needs to be reviewed, updated or removed. This will help prevent old data from being presented and misinforming users.
  •  Approval systems – You can give different levels of access to different users, and the CMS has mechanisms to ensure content is approved before going live.
  •  Search engine-friendly – The CMS helps to optimize your website so that search engine users can easily find your information.
  • Design is separate from content – You can manipulate content without fear of accidentally changing the design
  • Mobile ready – The CMS automatically scales your site to fit tablets, mobile devices and smaller browser windows

12 web development trends for 2016


We have just entered year 2016 and it’s already a couple of days old. Just before New Year’s Eve, I showed you our take on the year 2015 in web development. Now it’s time to take a look at the new year.


  1. Motion User Interface or Motion UI
  2. Advanced platforms mean new responsive design
  3. Internet of Things (IoT) will have a huge impact
  4. Browser based IDEs
  5. Full-screen navigation design
  6. Foundation for Apps
  7. Real-time everything.
  8. Containers will become huge
  9. Blocking of advertisements on sites
  10. Security everywhere.
  11. The computer vision power of the browser
  12. Bots become standard UX

HOW TO SELECT WEB DESIGN COMPANY ?

Web design companies are the new business builders. If you want to know whether the banner design company is good or not, what experience it carries along with it, what reputation it has, Whether it is new comer or old to the online marketing, in order to succeed, is it helping you to promote your business as a banner design company to get success in banner design business, you will need the help of a web designer. With people getting more dependent on their smart phones, companies have no choice but to their business online. Now days every individual browse the net in order to find anything.



This makes it clear that if you are not online, you will never be discovered. So, if you really need to make your business boom by reaching out to more audience, it is time to hire a good web designing company. Further to the search on good web designing company you need to know what expertise they have in their own Web design company and provide what different service packages. However, finding the right web designer to help you in your online business is a very difficult task. Since there are thousands of them, it will be difficult to choose.