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When you are a freelance designer/developer you have so much freedom and life would be all glory, if you didn’t have to think about how to land your next gig. While the demand for designers and developers is steady and even on the rise, this doesn’t help much, if you are out of work.
Even though the internet has provided us with a zillion ways to promote and market our businesses and attract new customers and clients, email still remains strong as the de facto standard of both professional and personal communication.
When you are a designer/developer you are always on the lookout for fresh, free or paid, resources to use in your projects or simply to be inspired by. Definitely, there is no shortage of such resources and the choice is overwhelming. There are free resources in many categories, such as images, brushes, free PSDs, free scripts, etc.
White space has, over time, become one of the most basic and yet very crucial aspects of web design. While white space basically refers to the rather empty area on the design plane, it does not always have to be white as such. In fact, white space is so called because white tends to be one color that blends well with virtually any color scheme.
When you start searching for WordPress themes – free or paid – you soon realize there are a great many of them. You can’t try them all and it is a huge time-saver when you can find a good list of recent themes. Without any illusions that this list is the best, here are my 2 cents to save you the hassle to find good free WordPress themes.
Today you’re going to learn how to add a background image to your page using HTML5. In previous versions of HTML, you could use the background attribute of the body element: However, in HTML5, the background attribute is not supported.
Unless you have spent the last few years shying away from the internet, there are good chances that you are well aware of the importance and benefits of using a good Content Delivery Network service.
If you haven’t heard about Bootstrap, start by reading our Boostrap 101 post or visit the Bootstrap website. If you want to see what can be done with Bootstrap, visit these sites: Bootstrap Expo and Built with Bootstrap.
If you are running an online magazine or a blog, the importance of comments can never be underestimated. In fact, even if you are running just a general purpose website, comments serve as a very handy tool to help your readers and visitors interact with you, and provide you vital feedback and constructive criticism.