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Retro font styles hold the power to take the audience in older times with suitable designs. You can create any era you want in your creative designs through perfect vintage typeface. Designers with a special inclination towards vintage themes like to collect retroelements for various projects. However, it is always nice for any creative professional […] The post 22 Free Retro Fonts all Designers Must Have first appeared on Line25.
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Magento already provide you a set of built-in fonts, but you can easily include custom font file in your custom theme as well. This guide will describe how to include font in your theme easily. Please follow the below steps to include the custom fonts: Add font file to your theme directory at below location. [...]
Meta has recently announced its open-source project, Velox. This offering comes as an execution engine aimed at accelerating data management systems and streamlining their development. Velox is currently under active development and is geared at helping to consolidate and unify data management systems in a beneficial way. The open-source project aims to solve the challenge … continue reading The post SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Velox appeared first on SD Times.
I've been a web developer for 15 years, but I'd never looked into accessibility. I didn't know enough people with (serious) disabilities to properly understand the need for accessible applications and no customer has ever required me to know what ARIA is. But I got involved with accessibility anyway - and that's the story I'd like to share with you today. At the Fronteers Conference in October 2014 I saw Heydon Pickering give a talk called "Getting nowhere with CSS best practices". Among other things, he made a case for using WAI-ARIA attributes like aria-disabled="true" instead of classes like .is-disabled to express application state. It struck me then and there that I was missing out on a few well-prepared standards, simply because ARIA belongs to that accessibility space that I had no idea of. The post Making Accessibility Simpler, With Ally.js appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
In the dispensation of CSS libraries and frameworks, a ton of awesome libraries have been built to simplify the work of a developer in the quest to create intuitive interfaces. However, quite a lot of them (Bootstrap, Foundation) impose design decisions that are difficult to undo; they come with predefined components, therefore, eliminating the need for dynamic customization. This is the reason why Tailwind CSS is considered to be a good choice for building 21st-century web interfaces.
As a creative freelancer, I’ve seen a peculiar trend among other freelancers more times than I’d like to recount. I’m going to bring some attention to it, and hopefully persuade... The post Promoting Your Freelance Services the Right Way appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We live in the modern era of speed and technology, so using efficient and useful tools is a must for most of us and is the standard way of doing things. After a strong search on the internet but also after talking with guys from different domains, we succeed to create this showcase of 12 useful tools for your projects. Any of these tools will ease your work and will help you get better results. 1. Tickera.com Do you organise an event and want to take full control over your tickets and customers? Are you looking for the easiest way … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
On the Checkpoint Research blog there's a recent post covering the recent critical Drupal bug, a.k.a. Drupalgeddon 2, and providing a deeper look into the bug and how the exploit worked. Two weeks ago, a highly critical (21/25 NIST rank) vulnerability, nicknamed Drupalgeddon 2 (SA-CORE-2018-002 / CVE-2018-7600), was disclosed by the Drupal security team. This vulnerability allowed an unauthenticated attacker to perform remote code execution on default or common Drupal installations. [...] Until now details of the vulnerability were not available to the public, however, Check Point Research can now expand upon this vulnerability and reveal exactly how it works. The post covers the basic issue, a lack of input sanitization on Form API requests, and what versions it existed in. It then dives into the technical details, showing a proof of concept for the exploit and how an attacker might locate a place in the application to use it. It also looks behind the scenes at the code that handles the request and shows where the issue lies. The post ends with a look at "weaponizing" the exploit and executing whatever code you'd like on the server.
Not everyone can afford a subscription to expensive software like Photoshop or InDesign. Did you know that PowerPoint is actually a great alternative to designing flyers and posters? In this post, we're showcasing a collection of unique PowerPoint flyer templates you can use to design simple flyers and posters without an effort. Believe it or […]
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