I think that there is one important media query that we have missed and that a lot of people just ignore. We go from large size monitors (1200+), to middle sized (1024) to tablets (734) and then mobile. Well we forgot a really important one! Ready?
If you are tired of looking at themes that have over-the-top graphics, you might want to go in for a simple, modern and minimalistic WordPress theme. Besides having minimal styling elements, these Minimal WordPress themes offer designers and developers the right starting point to venture out developing and embellishing them further.
Use the Jquery DataTables.net plugin along with RavenDB to display and sort through a multitude of data
Build and customize your own bootstrap theme to create a clean new UI on top of familiar elements created the same HTML and CSS you’re used to
According to Forbes, one out of every 6 websites on the Internet is powered by Wordpress (nearly 60 million in all), with 100,000 more popping up each day. Wordpress.com currently hosts over 56 million blogs. As of this writing, Wordpress stats did not include the number of self-hosted blogs, but rest assured there are many of us! I’ve been using Wordpress since Gold days and it only gets better with each release.
Writing powerful code is one of the key developmental areas of web design that allow a site to rise to its true potential. While some experts are masters at developing sophisticated coding that truly puts the site’s best attributes on displays, many other struggle to push past the plateau that separates mediocre coders from really great developers. Use the 7 following tips to push your A-game forward, learning how to develop codes that will let you stand out from the pack and begin creating dynamic web destinations that blow your past creations out of the water.
Use Google Analytics as your guide to better design optimization and improved user experience to retain users and increase conversions. Just about everyone will tell you to install Google Analytics but barely anyone will tell you how to use them!
First of all, I can’t tell all of you how excited I am about the popularity my blog has gained. I went from seeing 5 people a day to seeing 25,000! I owe it to each and every one of you. I’d love to recount my entire story about how amazed I am, about how I love that my articles are contributing! About my switch from online discussions to meaningful article writing. About my monetization journey and more.
I was pondering on the impact of craigslist and realized how revolutionary that site is. It’s a million sites together and it’s nowhere near overwhelming with a sleek and intuitive simple interface and a wealth of products. Fifty different users can use it in their own manner and it works.
I’ve been working with Laravel for about two weeks now and have encounter a bunch of interesting problems/confusions that are not explicitly explained anywhere. Hope this helps you!
I noted some common errors and overlooks. If some of it seems very elementary or basic, that’s fine. The way I compiled this list was by watching what I googled, what problems I had and others had, and put my solution/answer here.