• How to Randomly Change Background Color in WordPress

    Recently, one of our readers asked us if it was possible to randomly change background color in WordPress. Colors play an important role in how users see your website and how they engage. In this article, we will show you how to randomly change background color in WordPress. Method 1: Add Random Background Color in […]

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  • Free download: Solaris Eclipse font family

    Solaris Eclipse is a beautiful geometric sans-serif, designed by the typophiles at woodstudio. Based around the geometry of a circle, the simple shapes create a modern aesthetic that evoke the near-future. Perfect for sci-fi, electronic music, or company branding, the typeface is clean, while being packed with character. The distinct descenders on the lowercase ‘g’ […]

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  • Auto Tagging: The Key to Streamlined Digital Asset Management

    If your company has an enormous library of digital assets, finding a specific image for a new web project or targeted email campaign can be like trying to locate that proverbial needle in a haystack. The problems begin when images are added to the media library. Tagging images at that time can help improve searchability. […]

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  • Google Rich Cards – Enhance Your Search Results for Higher CTR and Conversions

    Google Rich cards was launched on 17th of May 2016 through a new markup format which is capable of displaying content (movies and recipes as of now) in a more attractive and visually stimulating manner. The main aim is to provide more visually appealing search results for users. The announcement by Google is to notify […]

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  • Pokemon Go Problems: Commonly Asked Questions & Workable Fixes

    Pokemon Go is a worldwide phenomenon that has been making headlines for the past few weeks and while there are many headlines about Pokemon Go players getting into all sorts of adventures (some of them more troubling than others), many more players have been experiencing problems inside the game. In this post, we will be […]

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  • 20 Best New PHP Frameworks

    Choosing the right  PHP framework is very important for web developers. A good PHP framework will help you build websites faster and easier and also provides a feature-rich environment for a smooth web development process. PHP frameworks are always evolving and new updates are released often, that is why we decided to share with you […]

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  • The State of CSS Reflections

    I recently saw this loader on CodePen, a pure CSS 3D rotating set of bars with a fading reflection. It’s done by using an element for each bar, then duplicating each and every one of these elements to create the reflection and finally adding a gradient cover to create the fading effect. Which sounds a […]

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  • A Quick Look at the React and Redux DevTools

    Hey y’all. Have you played with React yet? A bet a lot of you have and you’re way ahead of me on this. Fair warning, I’m no pro. If you haven’t dug into React yet, I’d encourage it. There are lots of very satisfying feelings that come along with it. Building components that you piece […]

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  • Deal: 22 Powerpoint Templates from Slidehack

    Looking to make a great impression at your next meeting? With this deal from MightyDeals.com you’ll blow the room away! Everyone is pitching big these days, and bosses, clients, even co-workers expect big results from the weeks you’ve spent working on your presentation. Getting the facts straight is vital, but just as vital is communicating […]

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  • 30 Free Flyer Design Templates

    If you’re looking for free flyer mockup designs, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve prepared a collection of 30 free flyer mockup templates that will help you create the ultimate flyer design. These free flyer mockup templates are what every good print design needs to stand out from the rest. P.S.: There is a […]

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  • How to Consistently Publish Great Content While On The Go

    You’re travelling the entire world from hard earned blogging money. Maintaining your blogs is an ongoing process, and you are roaming the world with blogging money. So, who is going to maintain the blog and its readers with the engaging posts? No one except you. Only you can post the engaging content on your blog […]

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  • Giveaway: Win free WordPress help courtesy of WPKitchen.com

    Giveaway: Win free WordPress help courtesy of WPKitchen.com Published on July 29th, 2016by Jean. Are you feeling lucky today? If yes, you came at the right place since I’m happy to introduce WPkitchen.com, a new WordPress-oriented service and partner with them to lauch a new giveaway. About WPKitchen WPkitchen.com is a new company aiming to […]

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  • Datamaps.co: Quickly Create Maps as PNG or SVG

    Maps are commonly used to visualize statistical data. Yet, these maps are not always available. Above all else, however, the editing of such datamaps always requires effort. The service Datamaps.co not only provides vector-based maps, but also makes it easy for you to add statistical data as well as adjust the design. Choosing a Map […]

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  • Keys to Success as a Freelance Designer

    Freelancing is quite addicting. Being your own boss, setting your own hours, working from your favorite location, just to name a few. But every freelancer knows that the job comes with more than a few difficulties: dealing with clients, accounting, invoicing. And then there’s the part where you have to know how to sell yourself […]

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  • Microsoft opens up Node.js to other JavaScript engines

    Now running on Linux and MacOS, ChakraCore is an alternative to the V8 engine underlying Node.js. Microsoft said in an announcement this week that it has a preview ready of Node-ChakraCore on Linux linking ChakraCore to the popular Node.js server-side platform. The company also is featuring an experimental implementation of the ChakraCore runtime on x64 […]

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  • The Designer Toolbox No. 8

    Get our posts emailed to you with our monthly newsletter, subscribe here. Our monthly article – The Designer Toolbox. Every month we will try to share the latest resources such as educational tools, ebooks, email tools, apps, CSS HTML tools, websites, inspiration sources and much more. Maki Icons An icon set made for map designers. […]

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  • How Doctors in Florida Are Protecting Pregnant Women From Zika

    Last Friday morning, Florida health officials announced the first four cases of Zika transmitted in the US. After weeks of investigation, officials had traced the virus back to mosquitoes living in a small neighborhood north of downtown Miami. Christine Curry heard about it from a friend, who texted her to turn on CNN. Which is interesting, […]

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  • Web Development Reading List #147: Security Guidelines, Accessible UI Components, And Content-First Design

    Web Development Reading List #147: Security Guidelines, Accessible UI Components, And Content-First Design By Anselm Hannemann July 29th, 2016 Web Development Reading List 6 Comments When working in a team, it’s important to stick to rules. A common challenge is to build all your projects with a similar or the same toolset and coding guidelines. […]

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  • Blog post planning

    Maintaining a blog takes more than just writing a bunch of blog posts. You should develop a strategy and planning for your content (especially if you are writing with multiple authors). Also, you should interact with your audience and respond to their comments. In this post, I’ll explain the importance of content planning and give […]

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  • It’s Relationship Building, Not Networking

    Networking is an awkward word. It connotes connecting with people in an impersonal way in order to get something out of the connection. On the surface,that’s ok, but there’s more to networking than finding people who will help to advance your career. That’s why I’m a bigger fan of “relationship building” than “networking.” Yes, it’s […]

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