Web Browser Usage Statistics – June 2005

The most recent TradeMe statistics (June 2015) show that around 97% of all visitors are using browsers with the most modern standards using either Internet Explorer 10 (or more recent), Chrome, Firefox 4.x, Android or Opera. Is it time to consider dropping support for early versions of Internet Explorer?

New Zealand Desktop Browser Usage Statistics – March 2015

New Zealand Desktop Browser Usage Statistics – March 2015

Web usage in New Zealand is a constantly changing landscape and keeping up with trends is important for all online businesses especially where user interaction is concerned. Figures released by TradeMe shows that around 60% of of Kiwi Internet users use two browsers: Chrome (38%) and Safari (21.9%), created by […]

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Set Vary HTTP Request in WordPress to serve multiple designs

Set Vary HTTP Request in WordPress to serve multiple designs

There are some occasions when developing a new Responsive Website Design for mobile devices is not possible due to cost and a revised solution is required. Sometimes you’ll want to serve the content dynamically based on the user’s device instead. Google doesn’t like this much, but as long as you tell Big G what you are doing, she’ll let it slide.

NZ Mobile Usage exceeds 60% in 2014

NZ Mobile Usage exceeds 60% in 2014

Over 60% of visits (sessions) are from a mobile device, according to recent data released by TradeMe. Mobile sessions overtook desktop usage for the first time in 2014 which signals an even greater need for adaptive, responsive and targeted website design. For desktop users, Google Chrome usage continues to increase. Over […]

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