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Reviews on Amazon are important, as they are generally very important in any online shopping scenario. The fact that we can't look at an item with our own eyes, or pick it up before we buy it, makes any bit of information from someone that had an actual experience with the product, very relevant. So, if you are looking to learn how to make money on Amazon, you can't afford to not learn everything you can about how reviews work on the platform, and how to go about getting shoppers to leave reviews on your listing. Before we get into … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial I’m going to share some useful techniques for creating a vintage style engraved text effect just like the illustrations you see on paper money or banknotes. By applying transformations and effects using Illustrator’s Appearance panel we can preserve the live text, rather than have to first outline the text into […] The post How to Create a Money Text Effect in Adobe Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
When Atlassian expanded their focus on design in 2012, Jürgen Spangl was hired as the new Head of Design. One of the first projects he initiated was creating the Atlassian... The post The Atlassian Design System: Creating Design Harmony at Scale appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
A commit can be something that helps us stay on top of things. It can be a container for related changes that belong to one and only one topic, and thereby make it easier for us to understand what happened. In this post, we're talking about what it takes to produce the "perfect" commit. The post Creating the Perfect Commit in Git appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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HTML5 becoming the official standard in 2014 was a milestone for modern web development. Better semantics, and easier controls, especially on mobile devices, were central ideas of HTML5. About two years later, its successor, HTML5.1, is nearing completion. Many of the things that are new in HTML5.1 are already being used and supported by most browsers. “<picture>” Element and “srcset” Attribute For a long time, there were discussions about how to provide different images for different resolutions in responsive web design. As a result, the “<picture>” element was introduced, which allows for the display of different images via their own “<source>” elements. The W3C also answered the question how to mark images for high-resolution displays and monitors, and introduced the “srcset” attribute. Both the “<picture>” element and the “srcset” attribute are supposed to become a part of the new standard HTML5.1. Both markup types are already being used by many web developers. As there are fallback options for both cases, there was no reason to use the new element or attribute prematurely. By now, all large browsers have implemented “<picture>” and “srcset”, even though they still are no official part of HTML5. “month” and “week” as New Input Forms There is […]
Your code is written and the design looks great. The new project is almost ready to go when the client asks, "Should this run in the cloud?" You break out in a cold sweat. The question is massive. Regions and zones, high availability, load balancing — the cloud has its own language. Don't worry; you've got this. This article will teach you how to make smart decisions about the cloud, and answer your client's cloud questions.
Having a strong online presence means I often get asked for advice. Here are a few pieces of advice I've left online recently on failure, social media and marketing. Read More
Standing on the verge of building your new e-commerce platform? Well, you probably have one major decision to make - which e-commerce platform to choose? As a matter of fact, there is no one-size-fits-all in regards to online business. Though there are certain tactics and strategies that make your e-commerce platform a success, it basically starts with few basic decisions that need to be addressed beforehand like your budget, visibility, SEO, design preferences and size of your online store. Since there are a wide variety of e-commerce platforms available today, the major question is which one to choose. Today, in … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
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