• Virtual Reality Desktop

    Virtual Desktop is an application developed for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive that lets you use your computer in VR. You can browse the web, watch movies, Netflix or even play games on a giant virtual screen. It looks a-maze-ing BUT, I have my concerns. I won’t lie.  The idea of being fully immersed […]

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  • Save 93% on 11 eBooks for Creatives and Freelancers

    What’s Included? Design for Founders, by Heidi Pungartnik Great design feels out of reach for many startup founders. They tell themselves they’ll focus on it later. That other things have priority. But let’s face it — how often do you buy things from businesses you don’t trust? Good design is not just pretty pictures. It […]

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  • The Crafters Revolution Font Bundle – Get 40 Gorgeous Fonts for Only $29!

    For a limited time, FontBundle.net’s offering 40 insanely gorgeous fonts for only $29 in its “Crafters Revolution Font Bundle.” All fonts in the bundle are available for both personal and commercial use under the terms of FontBundle’s Premium License. You can read the specific terms of the Premium License here. Each of these handwriting-inspired fonts […]

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  • Tips for Creating Beautiful and Engaging UI

    User interface, or UI, is a consideration in the design of anything created to be used. Although industrial and graphic designers also use UI design principles in their work, UI is increasingly important in the digital environment. Elegant UI design assures the success of apps and websites by making the user experience positive and engaging. […]

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  • Name Your Staging Environment (It’s Fun!)

    I talk a lot about the significance of having a development environment, a staging environment, and a production environment whenever it comes to managing projects for yourself or your clients. Aside from previous blog posts I’ve written, this was a significant part of my talk at WordCamp Atlanta. But at the end of the day, […]

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  • 10 Ways Technology Makes Marketing Look Easy

    Stop wasting time and resources with marketing. The best way to market your business is by finding out how to get more for less. You have a budget and set number of hours to use. It’s not about working more, it’s optimizing the work you do. There’s a better way to advertise your business using […]

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  • 20 Airport Art Installations That Wow Travelers

    If you have ever been stuck at an airport due to a delayed flight or because you spaced your connecting flights too far apart, the waiting time can be torturous. However, in certain airports, there are pieces of art that are waiting to be discovered and appreciated. In some places there are creative construction hoardings; […]

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  • Wix 2016: New Wix Builder and WixMusic

    Wix is one of the leading online website builders. It allows you to create a website that looks beautiful and professional – all without knowing how to design or code, by simply using Wix’s drag and drop website editor. In this article we are going to look at 2 new additions to Wix: WixMusic and the Wix […]

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  • Diary, 29th March 2016

    Back in the office today and we’re working hard and getting a lot done. We can’t wait to share what we’re working on with you all. (Soon, I promise!) Friday and today, I’ve been getting our Labs and source.ind.ie in tip-top shape. Now with our own logo in the corner, it feels more like home, and Aral has added […]

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  • Get More Readers to Your Business Blog

    Blogging is a great way to communicate with your customers and reach new ones. Business owner Phoebe Clare blogs at Sage and Clare, where she documents her exotic trips scouting merchandise for her online home decor store she runs with Jemma Sage. Learn how Phoebe uses her blog to share inspiration for her curated marketplace while generating […]

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  • Yoast SEO plugin tutorials

    Do you encounter any difficulties configuring your Yoast SEO plugin? Want to know more about all features and settings of the Yoast SEO plugin? We have great news for you! Joost has made a series of Yoast SEO plugin tutorials for every tab on every page of the Yoast SEO configuration pages. A playlist of a total of […]

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  • How to Create a Contact Form in WordPress (Step by Step)

    Are you looking to add a contact form on your WordPress site? Every website needs a contact form, so people can contact you about your products and services. In this WordPress tutorial, we will show you how to create a contact form in WordPress (step by step) without touching a single line of code. Why […]

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  • Google redesigns Adwords for mobile-first

    One more Google service has officially been redesigned, and it’s about time. That’s right, Google is redesigning their entire Adwords platform. It’s been around eight years since the last redesign, and a lot has changed since then. The mobile market has exploded, for one. Therefore, Adwords needs to reflect that, both in its user interface, […]

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  • Will AMP really speed up your website?

    There’s been a lot of talk lately about AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages). From February 24th onward, Google search results began to include links to mobile-page versions that were built with this open-source project. When Google begins openly backing a technology, you know that it’s going to be a big thing, but what exactly is AMP? AMP is […]

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  • Let’s Learn ES2015

    The following is a guest post by Ryan Christiani. Ryan is a teacher at HackerYou and has been working on a video series called Let’s Learn ES6. He offered to put some of that together into a tutorial format, which I thought was perfect as we haven’t covered ES2015 much here on CSS-Tricks. What’s in […]

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  • How to work with SVG icons

    March 2016 There are many ways to use SVG icons in HTML and CSS, and I haven’t tried them all. This is how we do it in our small front-end team at Kaliop. It works well for our needs, which include: Content and communication websites, often based on big CMSes, rather than full-JS web apps. Icons […]

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  • Why I don’t use CSS preprocessors

    Whenever I mention that I don’t use CSS preprocessors I tend to get strange looks from people who cannot imagine writing CSS without Sass. And so I have to defend my choice and explain why, over and over. Some people will understand, most won’t. Or they don’t want to. But here’s an attempt to explain […]

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  • Easily Sell Product on Your Website With These Tricks

    The selling of product is the single most important aspect of having a website. Though the product might change forms, everybody is selling something. Without the sale of that item, the point is null and void. A blogger sells their words, a social media site sells their format (and the information of their clients), a […]

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  • Top coding services for your designs this year

    A large percentage of web designers prefer to leave coding to others, either because they do not have the necessary coding skills, or they believe the most cost-effective use of their time is to devote it to design. By selecting a professional development team, the work is much more likely to be done right. Finding […]

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  • An  actiTIME review for those who need an accessible, smart time sheet

    There comes a time when time tracking and client invoicing integration is required for your business. In fact, it’s one of the main areas you should think of investing in if you’d like to scale up quickly and run an effective business. Lots of time tracking tools provide solid functionality, but few of them offer […]

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