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I needed to select some elements between two fixed indexes the other day -- like literally the second through fifth elements. Ironically, I have a whole post on “Useful :nth-child Recipes” but this wasn’t one of them. The answer, it … The post :nth-child Between Two Fixed Indexes appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Every website I've ever worked on is probably going to break at some point. The post Every Website Will Break (Eventually) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We look at the impact stock photography has had on web design, covering both the good and the bad. Plus, tips for finding the best images. The post The Good and Bad of Stock Photography appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We are going to cover the following topic in the mobile checkout experience : Why checkout experience is important? Checkout Initiated in mobile Discuss Cart Page Experience Discuss Checkout page Order Confirmation Notification Summary: Optimize the mobile checkout experience with the least action and requirement from the customer. Why mobile checkout experience is important? User [...]
It happens to nearly every creative designer at one time or another. Sometimes you find yourself spending too much time trying to please your clients. Consequently, you might neglect to... The post Are You a Creative? Then Uncode WordPress Theme Was Made for You appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
In my video tutorial last week I made use of my old pack of light leak overlays. I’ve used those graphics in loads of my own photos over the years, so I took some time to produce a fresh batch in a totally new style. This new pack of Free Light Leak Overlays contains 80 […] The post 80 Free Light Leak Overlays for Creating Vibrant Photo Effects appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Use Case Description Sometimes there is the use-case for a system that has the same basic requirements but needs some different logic in the core for different customers. The question is: Do the differences warrant a new microservice or do you put the logic in the same? Basically, the question is: A monolith or a zoo of microservices? The answer depends on the requirements and both extremes are probably wrong.
Netlify Forms is a form handling feature that receives submissions from HTML forms automatically. In this article, we'll cover how to use it with Angular reactive forms and how to deploy the finished app on Netlify's hosting platform, Netlify Edge.
AWS, DeepLearning.AI and Coursera announced the launch of Practical Data Science, three-part series of hands-on courses designed for data professionals to learn the essentials of machine learning. The courses delve into how to use state-of-the art algorithms for natural language processing and natural language understanding using Amazon SageMaker and Hugging Face's optimization of the BERT … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Practical Data Science course, Nintex acquires AssureSign, and Apache weekly roundup appeared first on SD Times.
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