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You have probably seen a lot of articles on web design trends for 2015. Ghost buttons, card design, large background images and videos, scrolling instead of clicking, material design… You have heard it all already, haven’t you? But have you … Continue reading
Get your new designer-client relationship off to a flying start by investing some time in proper consultation, says Simon Foster. Quite often when I start a new design project or meet new clients, I’m reminded of a very common scenario … Continue reading
Creating fancy CSS effects is great, says Shopify’s Jonathan Snook, but it’s more important to craft code that’s fast and efficient. You’ve only got to look at the amazing things people are making with CSS to know that, as a … Continue reading
We are providing these steps so that once you follow these correctly; the chances of your site being quickly indexed will really go up. Even if you are already having a blog or site on WordPress, this list can really … Continue reading
Not all projects are smooth sailing. Sometimes things go wrong, clients aren’t happy and the time and resources you originally planned to spend on the project expands exponentially. Your expected profit becomes dramatically scaled down and you may even end … Continue reading
As smartphone and tablet adoption rapidly increases, so does the importance of mobile-friendly websites. In this post today we are going to explain why you should study Web Design for Mobile Devices. Why having a responsive website is so critical … Continue reading
In today’s Post we are going to start a Series ” Why Study Web Design “. So keep a look out for the next Posts about Web Design Studies. Read on to learn more about Why you should Learn Web … Continue reading
Eye-tracking studies are hot in the web design world, but it can be hard to figure out how to translate the results of these studies into real design implementations. These are a few tips from eye-tracking studies that you can … Continue reading
Designers know it very well that how important usability is to their websites. No matter how much creative a website is or how much good the content is, visitors will not come to your website again if they can’t access … Continue reading
One of the easiest CMS engines to learn is WordPress. They have a free service where newbies can sign up to learn the system without committing to a full domain name. Once you get a personal server there are many … Continue reading
How to disable resize property of textarea Sometimes it seems very frustrating to keep textarea in resizable mode. You can disable this property very easily by simple CSS rule.
If you are using jQuery 1.5 and below you need to use .attr(). Here it is 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 To check <input class=”checkbox” /> use $(‘.checkbox’).attr(‘checked’,'checked’); To uncheck <input class=”checkbox” /> use $(‘.checkbox’).removeAttr(‘checked’);
Yes its very easy to center a block element inside other block element. Here is an example. If you have following HTML code: 1 2 3 <div> <div></div> </div> This is how we make innerDiv center horizontally.
In today’s we found an article By Dan Nisbet. Working with people can be hard. But get it right, and you’ll be able to produce stunning work more smartly and quickly than ever before. With methodologies such as agile and … Continue reading