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Chiedza and Ellinah on Living in Purpose, Lessons in Crises and The Pride in Building a Powerful Brand

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There’s one final piece of the performance puzzle that has less to do with page download speed, and more to do with on-site page performance—and it's just as important. It doesn't matter if your site loads instantly if it jitters and chugs whenever someone tries to use it. In fact, that’s even worse. Load speed is only annoying at first, but a laggy page is annoying throughout the entire browsing experience.

How can you keep your page snappy even after it’s been loaded? It’s all about limiting the amount of processing work the computer needs to do. Primarily, this means limiting animations and UI flourishes:Don’t go heavy on animations. Animations require a lot of processing and graphics power, and can cause serious lag.

Avoid animating images as much as possible. You can sprinkle them in there, but don't go overboard. Animations require a lot of power, and animating images requires exponentially more power! Browsers have a hard time doing this type of work in bulk — especially on mobile devices.Be careful about adding too many background gradients, box shadows, and text shadows. These are forms of “pseudo-images” that are equally as intensive for the browser to animate.
Essentials to Consider When Organising a Music Festival

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There’s one final piece of the performance puzzle that has less to do with page download speed, and more to do with on-site page performance—and it's just as important. It doesn't matter if your site loads instantly if it jitters and chugs whenever someone tries to use it. In fact, that’s even worse. Load speed is only annoying at first, but a laggy page is annoying throughout the entire browsing experience.

How can you keep your page snappy even after it’s been loaded? It’s all about limiting the amount of processing work the computer needs to do. Primarily, this means limiting animations and UI flourishes:Don’t go heavy on animations. Animations require a lot of processing and graphics power, and can cause serious lag.

Avoid animating images as much as possible. You can sprinkle them in there, but don't go overboard. Animations require a lot of power, and animating images requires exponentially more power! Browsers have a hard time doing this type of work in bulk — especially on mobile devices.Be careful about adding too many background gradients, box shadows, and text shadows. These are forms of “pseudo-images” that are equally as intensive for the browser to animate.
Contemporary African Literature in The Maldives… Ellinah and Chiedza Share Their Favourite Things

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There’s one final piece of the performance puzzle that has less to do with page download speed, and more to do with on-site page performance—and it's just as important. It doesn't matter if your site loads instantly if it jitters and chugs whenever someone tries to use it. In fact, that’s even worse. Load speed is only annoying at first, but a laggy page is annoying throughout the entire browsing experience.

How can you keep your page snappy even after it’s been loaded? It’s all about limiting the amount of processing work the computer needs to do. Primarily, this means limiting animations and UI flourishes:Don’t go heavy on animations. Animations require a lot of processing and graphics power, and can cause serious lag.

Avoid animating images as much as possible. You can sprinkle them in there, but don't go overboard. Animations require a lot of power, and animating images requires exponentially more power! Browsers have a hard time doing this type of work in bulk — especially on mobile devices.Be careful about adding too many background gradients, box shadows, and text shadows. These are forms of “pseudo-images” that are equally as intensive for the browser to animate.

Ellinah & Chiedza

Ellinah Chipumha & Chiedza Danha Unplugged: The Powerhouse Visionaries & Lifelong Friends with a Shared Passion that Birthed a Cultural Movement.

This is THEIR Story. Making HERStory… We’re not big on gambling, but we’re willing to bet our last dollar that…

Chiedza and Ellinah on Living in Purpose, Lessons in Crises and The Pride in Building a Powerful Brand

Looking back to your early years, is this the life you envisaged for yourself? Ellinah: Absolutely! I have always loved…

Essentials to Consider When Organising a Music Festival

1. Research other festivals worldwide and attend some so your experience is first-hand. 2. Research suppliers for your entire supply…

How Chiedza and Ellinah Both Got it From Their Mamas!

Ellinah: My Mother, Carolyn Chipumha. She is the strongest woman I know. My mother is an ambitious woman. She is…

Plaxedes Wenyika

The Metarmophosis of Plaxedes Wenyika: Boldly stepping into her year of 40, wiser, stronger, happier and living her BEST life.

THIS IS HER STORY. MAKING HERSTORY There are the select few who need no introduction. Whose body of work speaks...

Plaxedes celebrates her loudest and proudest day ones’

My mum and my grandma. My mum is a non-conformist and one of the most beautiful souls I know; I...

Breakfast at Pistachio’s and a Touch of Lipstick…Plaxedes Shares Her Favourite Things.

Show: Korean Drama series. I’m a total junkie… Podcast: Eric Thomas Eat Out: It depends, but breakfast at Pistachio’s is...

Hey Chicca…Keep Serving the World with Your Sauce, The World Needs More Kindness

Hey Chicca I see you doing the most and I am proud of the woman you have become. It’s been...

Danayi Madondo

Introducing Danayi Chapfika Madondo: The Multi Faceted Creator Using Fashion to Narrate Impactful Stories and Minister to People’s Inner Beings…

THIS IS HER STORY. MAKING HERSTORY First is an ‘Ode to Askana’, a visual poem that speaks to the pain...

The power in knowing your own voice on the journey to regaining mental health

1. Take time to be alone for the sake of reflection and reconnecting with your inner person. 2. Learn to...

Warm Blue Seas with Delicious Prawns to sink into…Danayi Shares Her Favourite Things

TV Show: Breaking Bad and Game Of Thrones (before the bad ending) Holiday Destination: Vilanculos, Mozambique; beautiful warm blue seas...

Dear Danayi…You are loved, you matter, your gifts are yours to share with the world….

You are loved, you matter, your gifts are not your own, but yours to share with others. Remember to always...

Sharon Bwanya

Introducing Sharon Bwanya: The ‘Curious & Questioning Chatterbox’ Blazing A Trail Straight To The Highest Public Office in the Land!

This is her story. Making HERstory. It’s hard to imagine the term “dynamite comes in small packages” being coined with...

Priceless Tips on How to Travel the World on a Shoe String Budget

1. Lots of forward-planning to select destinations with temperate weather conditions during off-peak periods when flights and accommodation are more...

Some Gafa Love and the Power of ‘NO’… Sharon Shares her favourite things

Holiday Destination Troutbeck, Nyanga. It is serene and beautiful all year round. Fresh air, tasty water, beautiful scenery, great food....

Dear Sharon…Hang On to Your Childlike Belief that YOU can Achieve Whatever YOU Set Your Mind to…

Dear Sharon, Never forget where you came from and how far you have come. Do not forget, especially, the many...

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