It’s a really great thing when people do everything to get closer to something really worthy and amazing. For this reason we don’t stand on one place and always try to learn more new and interesting things about what we like to do. Today there are a lot of sources that might help you in [...]
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(Note: The use of the as a fake alt is necessary so that VoiceOver reads the text in Opera. Even though Opera has a relatively small footprint, and even though it’s in the process of being switched to WebKit, I still think it’s worth our consideration. However, if you don’t care about supporting that particular browser, you could get rid of the and use an alt on the instead (even though that isn’t strictly allowed by the specification). This is assuming that the and a
I want to present a small collection of online tutorials geared towards educating new users about plugin development. If you are not familiar programming in PHP then this may be a step too far. Learning how to theme Wordpress may be an easier place to get started. But I think anybody with a firm commitment will be able to learn this system quickly and efficiently.
But the team is on the lookout for new members. Recently, Pippin Williamson was brought on board. The team keeps an eye out for potential team members amongst WordPress contributors who have demonstrated their ability through “code, competence and trustworthiness.” If you want to be invited to join the plugin directory team, help out across the community, showing off your technical expertise. Anyone who wants to get involved with reviewing plugins will need a deep knowledge of WordPr
One of the cool things you can do in Photoshop is to creating custom shapes. Kim DeSmet of Sweet Shoppe Designs teaches you how to make your own. Custom shapes are vector shapes which you can customize by resizing without losing any detail. The custom shape tool is seen in the toolbox, under Rectangle Tool by right-clicking it (it’s located [...]
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In a world where people of all ages and backgrounds are spending increasingly more and more of their time navigating through software and web and mobile apps, providing an experience that engages and guides users is crucial for the success of the application.
Today I will guide you through a series of steps to achieve a beautiful 3D interactive gallery using only CSS3 and jQuery. This tutorial is inspired by the website of Tapmates. With this tutorial we will add some... Read More
The past three years have seen smartphones become ubiquitous as web surfing mediums the world over. Statistics show that mobile devices now comprise a considerable portion of all web traffic. Therefore, in terms of web design, it’s no longer sufficient to create a website that performs and displays nicely on desktop machines alone, but rather [...]
Today's advanced lesson teaches you how to create a realistic ancient shrine scene. You'll work with non-destructive blending, lighting, texture manipulation and depth of field techniques. Sign up today to access the full tutorial and download it's source file.
With every new revision of CSS, a plethora of new, exciting attributes come to light; one of which being the understated display: flex approach. The flexbox layout model has been floating around the web for a little while now, each time with its own variation on the approach (some outdated, such as the display: box [...]
When you are placing CSS within media query you need to be aware that you need to explicitly say what it is you want to happen. For instance, if you want the width of an element to be 100px instead of 40px, you'd write 'width:100px'. However, if you no longer want an element to float right, you would need to specify that its float is now none because otherwise it would assume you still want it to float right. This is exactly what is going on in the code below. Take a look at it and see that this
The most frustrating aspect of web design for designers trained for print, is the persistent lack of typographic control. Careful typographic choices are the hallmark of quality work and the lack of that quality online never ceases to be jarring for those of us that know what we’re looking for. Fortunately, the level of control [...]
In the past week, I’ve discovered some interesting stuff developed by some really skilled people. The first one is called Freepik.com and it’s a search engine specialized in finding free graphic resources: ...
Now that is gone, use a inside the main header, or group them with and use a for the subtitle.