A Conversion is when you turn a visitor into a customer. Simple ha. So if you have 100 visitors and you turn 1 of those visitors into a customer, you have made a conversion, well done you.
Media Queries allow us to design for different kinds of media, you have probably seen these used to create a print stylesheet for your web document.
The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) who standardise web technologies have introduced a whole array of Media Queries to cope with our varied device landscape;
Media queries can identify types of media; Screen, Print Braille, but they can also importantly identity the physical characteristics of the viewing device, for instance the width of the screen.
WordPress 3.4 is here and out the door. We’ve dubbed this release “Green” in honor of guitarist Grant Green whose soulful simplicity has kept many of us company during this release. This release includes significant improvements to theme customization, custom headers, Twitter embeds, and image captions Release post
Flexible images allow the imagery of your website to respond to the device width. let’s say you have an image width of 600px, that’s great for a large monitor, but when viewed on a mobile device with a 320px width screen the image would overflow its containing element.
WordPress blog release 3.32 is available for download or upgrade from your dashboard. 3.3.2 seems to be the predicted security patch from 3.3.1, but WordPress 3.3.4 Beta has also been released. Release post here