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This Monday our showcase consists of the freshest and useful tutorials and articles for deb developers that we have collected here in order to save your precious time and make your workflow more fun and easy! Why Your HTML And CSS Mastery Are Not Enough CSS3 Navigation Menu Tutorial with Notification Badges Coding in color […]
Horizontal layouts of all kinds have intrigued me ever since I found out you could do that. I don’t know exactly why I’m fascinated with them… maybe it’s just my inner rebel talking. Whatever the reason, I’m just about ready to declare vertical scrolling obsolete, passé, and soooo last millennium. Okay, that’s not really what […]
With Windows 8.1, Windows users not only got a brand new flat UI design but also lost desktop gadgets that they had in Windows 7. Desktop gadgets are those handy apps like clock, calendar, unit converter, battery meter, weather app, feed headlines and more. If you miss those little ornaments ... Continue reading »
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The runner’s zone is a situation that occurs when you have run for a long time, and your body finds a "place" where it hits its peak performance. Your body synchronizes your breaths and move more efficiently, essentially putting you "in the zone". Well, writers have a zone as well. ... Continue reading »
I’m a true believer in “laziness is the mother of all invention” and also in “cheapskate is the father of all DIY” – just kidding! My name is Ori, I am an avid DIYer, an electronics (and photography) hobbyist and I’ve got the biggest junk collection you can imagine. Nothing makes me happier than justifying [...]
This post Creating an ecommerce site for male audience was written by Catalin Zorzini and first appearedon Inspired Magazine.
More people than ever are turning to freelancing as a full-time career choice and it’s easy to see why. I’ve personally been freelancing for the past 3 – 4 years […]
Would you like to know more about polygon graphics? What is it used for? How to create something of the kind? Yes? You are a real web design professional always open to new knowledge and techniques! Of course, polygon graphics can’t be called something brand new or revolutionary, however, it can help you vary your […]
While developing Drupal websites, I have been faced with the problem of adding custom contextual links to different elements like: taxonomy terms displayed as rendered entities, blocks created with Ctools plugins, custom blocks and other. Contextual links are links attached to elements such as nodes, blocks, views displays and others. When you hover on a specific region, a gear image appears. Upon clicking it, the image shows the list of contextual links. You can see an example below.
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There is a time when only Power Point was used for creating presentations and slides. But now there are so many advanced sites and wonderful Apps are easily available in the internet. If you are planning to create an eye-catching and outstanding presentation then have a look at this collection. In this collection you will find 40+ superb sites and Apps that surely help you to creating your masterpiece and most important is they all are easy to use.
Editor’s note: This is a contributed post by Jo Sabin, community manager, and Tara Hornor, freelance editor at DesignCrowd, a leading online graphic design jobs marketplace. The most recent version of Adobe products, called Creative Cloud (CC), was released in summer 2013, but is available only as a monthly subscription. ... Continue reading »
When updating to Windows 8.1 for the very first time, users will get help tips pop-ups. These pop-ups help first time users learn Metro UI so they won’t be confused. These pop-ups normally stop appearing after users have finished the tutorial. However, some users have complained that these pop-ups will ... Continue reading »