The FAQ page is a web page of primary importance to any website, no matter its type or purpose. It’s a compilation of questions and answers which are believed to be commonly asked withing the community that uses that particular website. Although it’s frequently tagged as “noindex” on most sites ( this prevents web crawlers […]
The pressure-sensitive screen of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus comes with plenty of potential; and brand-new cutting-edge feature, 3D Touch, is here to unlock it and turn to your advantage. The gadgets are able to measure the degree of pressure that brings about two different types of taps. The first is quick, gentle and light, […]
Marketing yourself online is a tough business. Sure you can push yourself with social media marketing or SEO. But the fact is, depending on who you’re trying to talk to, this is only part of the picture. For maximum exposure, choose an online portfolio to push your work out to the right people. But if […]
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The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the systematic rules for managing the transfer of different kinds of files such as text, images, music, videos and other multimedia files used by the world wide web. It explains how files are formatted and transmitted between the server and the browser. Internet protocols like HTTP are a collection […]
Editor’s note: This post was written by Codrin Arsene, a technology writer and a senior product manager. His areas of expertise include digital marketing strategies, UX/ Design and bottom of funnel conversion and optimizations. He is a Content Writer with Y Media Labs where he writes on mobile app strategy, analytics, marketing strategies and online […]
Every single one of the most popular web applications in the world today was once a fledgling startup. Without product and engineering teams composed of hundreds or thousands of people, the founders of these companies had to find ways to build amazing products with a minimal budget. Pop culture now regards many of these creators […]
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Topic: jQuery / CSS3 Difficulty: Intermediate / Advanced Estimated Completion Time: 30 mins Today’s tutorial we will code an Audio Player from Impressionist UI. We will code it with CSS3 for the styling and the “MediaElement.js” for the functionality. MediaElement.js is a HTML5 audio and video player that also works for older browsers using Flash […]
This week, we’re going to take a look at some of the most popular content management systems that have made their way to the top in the past year. Some of the CMS platforms you’re definitely familiar with, some might surprise you, but it’s definitely going to be a tour not to be missed by […]
In 2016, Laravel is by far the most popular PHP framework. This list will help you decide which custom PHP framework to deploy. There are so many PHP frameworks, with almost all of them encompassing incredible features. PHP has gained widespread recognition and has become the world’s most versatile server-side scripting language. It is a […]
One of the most challenging and tricky parts of the design process can be choosing a color palette that represents your brand or message, while creating an amazing base for the design. Creating perfect color combinations is more than just picking two colors and running with it. There’s actually quite a bit of science and […]
You probably browse through their great collections of website design. Now you can go to the Awwwards NYC conference and immerse yourself in web design and rub elbows with some pretty awesome designers for two days. But you need to mark your calendars now. Tickets for the event – June 16 and 17 in New […]
For centuries, humanity has been symbolically relating the shifting seasons with change. Seasons have always been used as a metaphorical depiction of the correlation between life and death, light and darkness, good and bad. Each transition between the four stages of climate change requires a cleanse of all things unhealthy and unworthy of our time. Marking […]
Topic: CSS3 Difficulty: Beginner Estimated Completion Time: 20 mins In this tutorial we will code in pure CSS3 the Navigation Menu that you can find in Impressionist UI. Step 1 – HTML Markup We will create an unordered list with a list item and an anchor tag for each menu link. To create the sub […]
Flexbox layout is perhaps one of the most long-awaited features in CSS. It is the “talk of the town.” It is suitable for tablet and mobile applications and small-scale layouts, however, its enormous potential allows it to deal with all sorts of projects, including large-scale ones. Its primary task is to efficiently use all the […]
As Wiki states, a Duotone is a halftone reproduction of an image that brings out its middle tones and highlights. Blue, brown, red and yellow are considered to be the everyday choices. However when it comes to enthusiastic web designers, there is no such thing as common or dominant. As the past several months show, […]
Topic: jQuery & CSS3 Difficulty: Intermediate Estimated Completion Time: 30 mins In this tutorial we will code the jQuery and CSS3 Calendar that you can find in Futurico UI Pro. To do it we will use CSS for all the styling and for “functionality” we will use jQuery and jQuery UI. From jQuery UI we […]
Digital review is a place where infographic style meets the current trends. While traditionally formal assessments are considered to be boring and insipid; however, when it comes to website design sphere, everything takes a whole new look. With different dynamic effects and a bunch of instruments for prettifying interfaces, the statistics-related projects are just destined […]