I had a post in my drafts for CSS-Tricks recently I called "Removing the Space from the Bottom of Modules". It's all about that tricky situation where you want even padding all the way around some elements to visually separate them. But elements inside will also need bottom margins, and that might lead to extra space along the bottom where that margin hits the padding.
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When you watch an animated Pixar movie, the 3D graphics are extremely detailed and realistic because they’re “pre-rendered”. Each frame may have taken many hours or days for the computer to render and then later you watch those rendered frames in …Continue reading →
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Okay, so this isn’t really JUST a wedding event WordPress theme. David & Mary is also a multi-purpose theme that you can use with just about any niche, and its responsive layout will ensure that your content — wedding-inspired or otherwise — will be featured beautifully on both desktop and mobile devices. David & Mary […]
Designers ask Adobe for a better user interface for type The introduction of OpenType fonts in 2000 offered designers a rich and sophisticated typographic repertoire. The number of fonts that support these typographic features has grown exponentially over the years. And yet, we – the designers, producers, and users of digital type – have observed with […]
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Now, I’m not here to start a battle about tabs versus spaces or alphabetical order of CSS properties versus organizing in terms of concerns (positioning styles, then element layout styles, then whatever else), because I’m honestly not attached to any one system anymore. I used to be a one-tab kind of person, along with not really even thinking about the ordering of my properties, but slowly, over time, I’ve realized that most of that doesn’t really matter. In all the proj
Let’s talk about mistakes people make when designing a blog. Mistakes that can turn out to be quite destructive over time. The biggest challenge here is that the majority of these problems don’t ever surface most of the time. They just sit quietly in the background, killing your client’s site a tiny bit every day. The end result? The client can’t use the site up to its full potential as a marketing tool. This is never good. So, let’s get right into
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I mentioned the “Swiss School” and “the grid” layout in another article and while most comments were positive about the article, there were a number of people who asked if the grid was even still alive. I assure you the grid layout is alive, well, and used all the time. Those who never learned it just […]
I believe most of you guys have seen the Google News personal project that George Kvasnikov put together. In my opinion, it was a great exercise on how to apply the Material Design concepts to a real product. These kinds of projects always give us freedom to do what we think is right, however we don't have the constraints of the real world. But as a personal project the outcome is amazing and so is the presentation. It's a great example we should all follow in the presentation of our own UX proj
It’s Tuesday which means that the Treehouse Show is back! In episode 112 of The Treehouse Show, Nick (@nickrp) and Jason (@jseifer) talk about icons, responsive images, timesheets, and more. For a free month’s trial, Join Jason and Nick at …Continue reading →
In case you didn’t know, WooCommerce is a popular WordPress eCommerce plugin and it’s available for free. WooCommerce is packed with many great features and will make e-commerce easy! To power up your WooCommerce website, you may need to install some extra plugins and give your theme some extra features. We selected 20 of the best ecommerce plugins for WooCommerce websites, every great online ...