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Intuitive web design does not mean that you as a designer should be able to whip up a website without any thought being required. Intuitive web design is to be viewed from the user perspective. If the user does not have to think while using your website, its design is intuitive. Intuitive Web Design is...
Ten life lessons learnt from famous people across time and every career you can think of, from presidents to actresses, we can learn something from everyone. Read More
Flow charts have a ton of practical application but aren't often thought of as a design project. A flow chart can be a beautiful and functional design element. When it comes to using flow charts, the most common reason is to communicate complex information more visually. You can see processes and how elements in the […]
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Technology has achieved milestone evolution over the years in several areas, including the financial sectors. One such sector is payday loans, whose operations have been... The post How Technology Is Helping With Payday Loans? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
The OS X users out there are no doubt familiar with the Homebrew package management system that makes it easier to install and update software on your system. This includes PHP and several other related pieces of software. In this post to his site Andy Grunwald shows you how to use Homebrew to migrate your local PHP setup up to PHP 7.2. Last week, Hans Puac, a colleague of mine, wrote a small guide into our internal company chat on how to migrate your local PHP environment on macOS to the new Homebrew version 1.5.*. The guide helped a lot of other engineers inside trivago. I thought it might help more people from the internet. I asked Hans if I am allowed to share it, and he approved. So kudos belongs to him. Here we go: With Homebrew 1.5.0 the tap homebrew/php got deprecated. They migrated it to homebrew/core, but this is changing the installation process completely. He then walks through the steps (complete with the commands required) to make the update happen: Cleanup (the currently installed PHP packages) Update [Homebrew] Install PHP (7.2) Verify the installation Install extensions Cleanup He also includes a few tips to help you troubleshoot some of the common problems including wrong versions of PHP, wrong php.ini being used and a "module already loaded" issue.
From dawn to dusk, people are dependent on grocery items; their unavailability affects their daily activity. People rush to grocery stores to fulfill their daily needs; hence, the demand for Grocery stores is conventionally high. Queues in grocery stores were never-ending; however, Corona Virus Pandemic changed the scenario. Of course, people haven't stopped using grocery [...]
There are scores of developers who hate CSS; don’t get it, don’t want to get it, etc. Most of that is either down to inefficiencies within the language or misunderstanding of how to properly construct a website structure. I mostly love CSS but there are some parts of the language that I always hated, like […] The post CSS :is appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
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