Creating Personal Branding for Your WordPress Backend

WordPress has come a long way since its launch on May 27, 2003. It is an open source Content Management System and critics have left no stone unturned to criticize the open source nature of the award winning CMS. Defying all odds, WordPress was adopted by plenty of brands as their blog’s Content Management System….

Creating a Juice Ad Poster + 3 Filter Forge Licenses Giveaway

Photoshop is a great tool to create scenarios that can be successfully used for poster advertising. The use of Filter Forge 2.0 and its great collection of available filters gives you even more power and flexibility in creating what you want by bringing your creativity to life.

Moving Towards a Diegetic Web Design

In the world of cinema studies, diegesis refers to the internal consistency of the film. A diegetic film, for example, would introduce any music or titles through a logical on-screen source, such as a radio or newspaper. In contrast, a non-diegetic film would superimpose the soundtrack or titles over the footage. The first example has…

Common Mishaps in Copywriting

Revision is absolutely a part of the writing process, and thanks to spell and grammar check, we seem to have a better grasp of the written language, at least. The only problem is that tools to check spelling and grammar are frequently wrong or not observant enough, making us look silly.

Web Design Tips For Absolute Beginners

If you’re a beginner in web design and you’re about to get your website made, there’s a lot you have to keep in mind. These are some tips of things you have to think through at an early stage, and can also be used as a reminder for those that have a little bit more…

Designing Web Application Interfaces from a User Experience Standpoint

Web designers often overlook the true value of user experience. There is a lot to be said for how a user interacts with your page which can make or break your business and brand. All areas of design ultimately fall back to values of true user experience. You may ask yourself questions such as “how…

Sr. Stock Marketplace Giveaway: Win Great Digital Goods Now!

The marketplace for online digital goods has become popular in the last few years. With demands for more sophisticated plugins, more variety of themes and templates. Everyone wants more and new stuff for their project. Popular sites such as Envato Marketplace have enjoyed much success and today we are happy to partner with Sr. Stock…

Using jQuery to Create a Right Click Function to Save Website Logo

How many times have you tried to right-click and save the logo of a website? And how many times has the resulting image been of very poor resolution? Many sites provide a press page with some hi-res logos and images, but these press pages are not easy to reach. How can we get the best…

The Awesome Art of Origami with 33 Inspiring Examples

Most of us have heard of origami. This traditional Japanese folk art means to fold paper (ori=folding, kami= paper). Origami has existed for several hundred years and is today considered a modern artform. This art has been most known for a number of traditional figures, especially cranes. But there’s so much more to it than…

Utilizing the Geolocation JavaScript API for Serving Alternate Style Sheets – Part 2

At long last, here is part 2 and here be geolocation! Aside from the geolocation API, we will talk about Web Storage (namely: localStorage) and a wee bit of jQuery for a quick AJAX call & fading effects. Finally, we will use some PHP functions for sunrise and sunset time’s calculations.



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