Have you ever used a specific menu command in an app and wondered to yourself, “Why is there no keyboard shortcut assigned to this command?” I think we’ve all been there before. Fortunately, fixing the issue requires little more than a few minutes of your time. Inside, we’ll show you how easy it is to quickly create a keyboard shortcut for your favorite apps.
To showcase how to get this done, I’ll use the image editing app Pixelmator as an example. Most of the time when I edit images using Pixelmator, I want to export the contents of my work to a PNG or JPEG. While this can be easily done using the File > Export menu option, it would be much quicker to do so [...]
Typing is easy for most users when they do it on a computer. But when they do it on a mobile device, it’s harder for them because they can’t see all the keys on a keyboard at once. Most mobile operating systems have designed separate keyboards optimized for specific form field inputs to make users’ lives easier. These optimized keyboards are there to use, but most developers fail to include the right input types in their code to take advantage of them. This leads to slower completion rates when users fill out forms on their mobile device.Input Type is Not Always “text”
Most developers make the mistake of setting the input type of every form field to “text”. This is a problem [...]
You can also use them in your own theme by downloading the package and installing them on your server.
Lets take a look at how to install Genericons manually which is pretty much the same as installing custom fonts.
You’ll also find a link to a handy plugin which does the job for you without the need to mess with code.DOWNLOAD GENERICONS PACKAGE
Use this link to download the zip file containing the files.
Unzip/extract the files and upload the fonts folder to your child themes directory.
1. You can upload the genericons.css file to your child themes folder so you can then use all the icons in your theme or
2. You can take some of the CSS [...]
Developed by Francisco Cantu, Fileup is a new OS X utility that lets you quickly share files through Dropbox by dragging them onto a menu bar icon. Unlike other apps that have implemented the same sharing mechanism and user interaction (which Dropbox surprisingly doesn’t support with their own menu bar app), Fileup adds filters for file types, integrates with Notification Center, and lets you set up templates for naming files through a simple syntax. The idea is reminiscent of Vemedio’s shortlived Sharebox experiment, but, as required by Dropbox, Fileup is a separate menu bar utility that doesn’t interact with the official Dropbox client.
Like Droplr, [...]
This tutorial assumes a certain degree of comfort in the command line Terminal for installing WordPress on Mac OS X Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion or Snow Leopard, but the commands below are not overly complex and following the tutorial will get the job done. If you have no experience with the Terminal and want the easiest way to install on your local Mac then follow this guide here which installs everything with a point and click in the Finder.
Before proceeding WordPress needs a couple of things to get going and those things are an AMP stack – Apache, MySQL and PHP, Apache and PHP come bundled in OS X but MySQL needs to be downloaded and configured. Optionally [...]
Bootstrap templates are built using the most popular html5 framework i.e. Bootstrap. These bootstrap templates are responsive and have lots of amazing features which makes your website mind-blowing. If you have little knowledge about bootstrap then you can easily edit bootstrap templates. Lots of designers prefer a bootstrap framework to create templates because it has all the required functionality for creating a website. Free bootstrap templates are well designed by skilled designers and released freely so all the user can use [...]