Maneela is a blogging enthusiast who aspires to become a wordsmith of the digital world. A writer by profession and dreamer by nature, she loves to read, travel, and try new things.
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WordPress has been dominating the CMS market since its release. No doubt, it has spilled its magic throughout the world. Analytics show that people search for different kinds of WordPress themes on a daily basis. And, no wonder why. WordPress provides a gargantuan amount of themes making it easier than ever to create a website. Functionalities of a website, by no means, is less important than its design. Thus, WordPress also offers a wide range of essential plugins. Plugins expand and capitalize the functionalities of WordPress. Undoubtedly, plugins are the best feature that makes WordPress stand among all other CMS.
Every now and then hundreds and thousands of WordPress sites are released. We never know which one might allure us. It’s almost impossible to check out an individual site’s source code to find out which theme it’s using. Moreover, not all site provides the theme’s information on the footer.
Bootstrap is an HTML and CSS framework that falls under the ultimate choice of web developers and designers. Of course, for many reasons. It is free, responsive and mobile first. Best of all, it is open-source and is easily adaptable.
Originally, it was developed by Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton at twitter to help the developers and was named Twitter blueprint. Later, when the project started to grow along with a number of developers, then it was changed to Bootstrap. Therefore, we sometimes find bootstrap being referred to as twitter Bootstrap.
” How to get more views on YouTube? “. This happens to be the common slogan chanted by people that we hear every now and then. Especially, the marketers who are running or who wish to run YouTube marketing campaigns.
And, here’s a situation that most of us can totally relate to. You got a video all ready that you really want to promote and get more views on YouTube. But, you really don’t know where to start from? Well, this is something you should definitely consider learning. After all, what’s the point of sharing your video, if your target audience is not going to watch it. Right?