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We share a collection of free tools for creating an exact copy of your WordPress website so you can safely test updates. The post 10 Tools & Resources for Building a WordPress Staging Site appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
See our list of the top 20 best after-effects introduction, intro and title templates to make your projects stand out.
When designing a landing page to promote a product or service online, you're ultimately pointing users toward one goal. That goal most often relates to generating business via sales or leads. You may want users to purchase a product immediately, or you may simply want them to sign up for a mailing list. Whatever the goal, you want to ensure that every piece of the user experience works toward fulfilling that goal. If you don't yet have goals in mind, start by defining goals. Are you seeking to generate a 10% increase in qualified leads? Are you looking to build sales by 20%? Establishing clear key performance indicators based on what will benefit your business will ultimately help you understand how to properly approach a landing page.The post Strategies For Effective Mobile Landing Pages appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Microcopy can have a HUGE impact on your conversions. Get inspiration from these best practice microcopy examples and maximize your conversions.
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Nothing is perfect on the web. We can't make sure that our websites always work as intended, but we can try our best to design resilient and flexible websites that aren't that easy to break -- both in terms of interface design and security. Yet neither resilience nor flexibility are usually reflected in our deliverables and mock-ups. In practice, mock-ups usually represent a perfect experience in a perfect context with perfect data which doesn't really exist. A good example for it are "optimal" usernames which are perfectly short, fit on a single line on mobile and wrap nicely, or perfect photography that allows for perfectly legible text overlays. It's not realistic. We need to work with dynamic content in our prototypes, with both average and extremes being represented. The post Design Mock-Ups Need Dynamic Content: Tools and Plugins appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
A well-chosen background can help to highlight the key part of any design. It's like the theatre on which your design performs. Whether you're designing a website header, social media post, mobile app, or a greeting card, choosing the right background will go a long way towards making your design look more creative and unique. […]
In this new post to the Larvel News site, they cover some of the recent improvements in the mail handling for the framework, specifically in the use of localization to tailor the content for a certain language. Laravel 5.7.7 is now released and includes both bug fixes and thanks to Derek MacDonald a big improvement to Mail Localization. With the release of Laravel 5.7 the IlluminateNotificationsNotification class started offering a locale method to set the desired language. The application will change into this locale when the notification is being formatted and then revert back to the previous locale when formatting is complete. The post provides an example of how to use this functionality in sending your emails and how to add a "locale" field to your models. This allows you to set up a preferred default locale for the data, removing the need to reference it directly every time.
Whether it's in a novel, the latest box office smash, or when Uncle Elmer mistook a potted cactus for a stress ball, we all love stories. There are stories we love, stories we hate, and stories we wish we'd never experienced. Most of the good stories share structure and principles that can help us create consistent website experiences. Experiences that speak to user expectations and guide them to engage with our sites in a way that benefits both of us.
One of the most profitable ways of turning your blog into a business is creating and selling an online course. In this guide, we're going to show you how... The post How To Create & Sell Online Courses with WordPress For Free appeared first on Onextrapixel.
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