The end of this year is almost coming and Christmas is already on our doorsteps. It’s never too late to hang your stockings, keep milk and cookies and wait for Santa Claus to drop in at your home with lots of gifts and Christmas cheer.
We all love desktop wallpapers as they always come in handy and you will always find a wallpaper to express your feelings or mood. I know some of my friends who keep changing their desktop background almost on a daily basis. Unless like me, who rarely change their desktop wallpaper. So, How about you? When was the last time you changed desktop background?
WordPress! is an award-winning CMS, which enables you to build Blogs, Web sites and powerful online applications. Many aspects, including its ease-of-use and extensibility, have made WordPress the most popular blog software available. Best of all, WordPress is an open source solution that is freely available to everyone.
InstantShift is proud to announce yet another amazing giveaway. This is our way of saying thanks to our readers for being part of the iShift community. This time we're pleased to announce our latest giveaway where you all have a chance to win 3 lifetime memberships of ElegantThemes WordPress Themes Club (total value of $747). Continue reading to learn how you can win one.
In recent years people have started to experiment with numerous systems of embedding web fonts into their pages. This is great for times when designers really want to have total control over their typesetting. This method has a few drawbacks, however. Most notably people using certain types of browsers won't be able to load embedded typefaces at all.
To make matters worse mobile users will probably gawk at the way that pages load if they're designed this way. Fortunately there's another way to design sites with web fonts that won't require you to use any special tricks. Basic type design became something of a forgotten art, but it's come back into vogue again as a way to fight software bloat. Then again, it also helps to understand the ins and outs of modern embedded typefaces as well.
Every year plenty of conferences and events meant especially for web designers and developers are held. However, it isn’t possible for one to attend all of them, as it will leave no room for project development (the main task of a designer and developer). Therefore, we have come up with 30 events and conferences that a web designer and developer should take part in to improve his overall skills, and learn about the latest trends, and build contacts that eventually help business to grow.
There are small things that shouldn’t be taken as pros for attending conferences but are still nice, it’s the contests which are organized and the free stuff which is given away by various companies in order to promote their products. So here are the top 30 events for you;
Owning a blog and having a successful one are two completely different things. Same thing goes for an ecommerce site.
There as many ecommerce websites out on the internet, but only a fraction of them are considered to be successful. Why? Because they were able to figure out how to convert their visitors into actual customers.
IT professionals are constantly looking for ways to improve their web designs and website development skills. One of the most effective critiquing tools they have in their corner is the use of feedback. Feedback, whether good or bad, allows them to see what others think about their product and design.
While web design can proceed without input from other sources, it does help to determine what is effective and what is not.