Some of you are likely already aware of these plugins, while others will be hearing about them for the first time. These plugins are specifically for WordPress websites. These are only 3 of thousands of plugins available for WordPress. But these 3 are considerably strong and I would recommend them for most WordPress sites.
Personally, I love working with WordPress. It is the most popular CMS (content management system) for good reason. Building a simple website is incredibly easy and adding new functionality is only a plugin or development project away. Although this is true, there are also good reasons why companies choose other systems like Drupal, Joombla, Magento, etc., [...]
Sellya is a fully responsive OpenCart theme for any store, it uses Bootstrap and it’s created by using the latest HTML5 and CSS3 features. Admin panel with 300+ custom build options allows you to do extreme customizations without knowing any HTML or CSS. You can change over 130 colors, apply 275 background patterns of 8 areas or upload your own, choosing over 500+ fonts and very many theme settings. Great looks on [...]
Luomo is an modern Tumblr theme with an expressive, responsive design. It is designed to display your media at its best. With Luomo, you can tailor each post to complement the way your content looks and feels. Luomo adapts to the screen size of the device you’re using to view—your content will look awesome on any device.Pierre – A Super Clean Tumblr Theme – MORE INFO
This is a simple and clean Tumblr theme. It is easy to customize and it supports Disqus, Flickr, Twitter, Dribbble, Instagram, Google Adsense and Google Analytics. Pierre Theme is responsive and it looks great on mobile devices [...]
Editor’s Note: Stripe raised an additional $20 million of financing in early July. The Series B round was led by General Catalyst, with angels ranging from Peter Thiel to Aaron Levie, as. Earlier this year, we got the first inside look at the startup, founded by brothers Patrick and Jonathan Collison.
Off of Ramona Street in Palo Alto, down a narrow alcove lined with potted plants and flowers, is a small office hidden by hanging leaves that passersby might confuse for a misplaced country cottage. Inside, Patrick and John Collison, brothers in their early 20s from Limerick, Ireland, are punching away at their keyboards. Crumpled bags of chips are on a nearby table; the [...]
As responsive design rapidly increases in popularity, we felt we would take a look at some of the varied solutions and techniques that are being adopted for managing the navigation/menu on smaller screened devices.
Planning and building your menu for mobiles will perhaps be the trickiest aspect of your responsive layout, not just with the coding but also having to decide what will stay and what will have to go to fit everything into the smaller screen. It is a juggling act between both readability and the desire to show as much on the screen as possible.
Progressive And Responsive Navigation (Tutorial)
This tutorial, from Smashing Magazine, takes you [...]
Looking for some nice cursive/script typefaces to use on your designs or on your website? Here’s a collection of 10 fonts that can help you create the handwritten or classic look you’re looking for:
Ballpark Ballpark is a cursive font that, although comes only in one style, has presence. Created by Mickey Rossi, this typeface is inspired by baseball. It will look especially good in headings and titles.
Champignon Champignon is a feminine typeface that has been around for quite a while. Its thin and elongated ascenders and descenders may not always fit in the body of a text but it can work well as title or [...]