Travel Bloggers Weekly Issue 43

Travel Bloggers Weekly curates important stories, ideas and resources for travel bloggers to create, build and grow their travel blog.

Travel Bloggers Weekly Issue 43
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Welcome to the 43rd issue of Travel Bloggers Weekly.

Travel Bloggers Weekly curates important stories, ideas and resources for travel bloggers to create, build and grow their travel blog.

WordPress 5.9.3 Maintenance Release
WordPress 5.9.3 is now available! This maintenance release features 9 bug fixes in Core and 9 bug fixes in the block editor.
Optimizing website performance with a Search Console bubble chart | Google Search Central Blog | Google Developers
7 reasons why people believe SEO myths
Here are seven reasons why people believe in SEO myths and misinformation – and what to do when these situations arise.
Designing Better Breadcrumbs — Smashing Magazine
In this series of articles, we highlight design patterns and techniques to design better interfaces. You can also find more examples in [“Smart Interface Design Patterns”](https://smart-interface-design-patterns.com/), a 6h-video course with 100s of hand-picked examples, curated by Vitaly.
Designing A Better Infinite Scroll — Smashing Magazine
Best practices and guidelines to improve the UX of infinite scroll with bookmarks, footer reveal and pagination.
Accessible Description Exposure
If you have little experience with ARIA, screen readers, or testing in general, understanding accessible descriptions can be trickier than understanding accessible names (already confusing for many). I have written explanations so many times for clients and in fora that I opted to put this together…
A Guide To Hover And Pointer Media Queries — Smashing Magazine
In this article, we’ll talk about how to adapt our sites to the different scenarios of a device pointer: whether it has a pointer or not, or how accurate it is. To adapt our site to those devices’ needs we’ll talk about how to properly use media queries `hover`, `pointer`, `any-hover` and `any-point…
Monitoring Search traffic (and more!) with Data Studio | Google Search Central Blog | Google Developers
Understanding Layout Algorithms
As front-end developers, we often learn CSS by focusing on individual properties. Instead, we should focus on how the language uses those properties to calculate layouts. In this blog post, we’ll pop the hood on CSS and see how the language is structured, and how to learn it effectively.
How to Use CSS Math Functions - Stack Diary
The CSS logical functions calc(), clamp(), min() and max() are supported by all modern web browsers. This article shows how to use them!
Prepare for the future with Google Analytics 4
Universal Analytics is sunsetting next year. Prepare now by moving over to the next generation Analytics solution, Google Analytics 4.
How to Prep Your SEO Strategy for a New Website
Your SEO strategy should be one of the primary considerations before you even start your website. Instead of fighting to make your website SEO-ready later on, start with this holistic SEO checklist for new websites and save yourself valuable time and resources

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