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In this article, we gathered some of the best free splatter brushes for Photoshop we could find. You can never have too many Photoshop brushes and these freebies will come in handy at some point. Whether you want to achieve a grungy style for your design or an abstract one, these free splatter brushes will […] The post 20 Free Splatter Brushes Sets for Photoshop appeared first on Line25.
Michelangelo van Dam has a new post on his site sharing some helpful hints you can use to test your e-commerce application, be it WooCommerce or other popular PHP-based e-commerce packages. I'm participating (as much as possible) in the #30daysoftesting challenge organised by Ministry of Testing and SauceLabs. If you're interested, read the full 30 Days of E-Commerce Testing article and join this fun and educational challenge. The 2nd challenge on the list was to read and share interesting blog articles about E-commerce testing. Since I'm working as a PHP professional I thought it would be great if I oriented my focus on testing PHP based E-commerce platforms. I picked WooCommerce as it's an easy to install and use E-commerce solution. For Magento, PrestaShop and others I've added useful links at the bottom of this article. He then gets into the details of WooCommerce and what it has available from a testing perspective. He also includes links to a few resources for more general WordPress testing too. The remainder of the post consists of links to more information about testing the other popular e-commerce packages: Magento, PrestaShop, OpenCart, Sylius and Laravel-based packages.
WordPress plugins can be quite useful for WordPress users. The key is figuring out which plugins will be most helpful. A business needs to be... The post 5 Useful WordPress Plugins Every Business Needs appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
I've been working on some side projects recently (Style Check and bedrocss), and as with any project I work on long enough, I got to the point where I wanted to add a favicon. I decided to play around with SVG favicons. The support is just ok (boo Safari) but it's good enough for my needs. I'm alright if no favicon shows up on unsupported browsers. It's not the end of the world.
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It turns out wolves are a popular subject for artists and illustrators, but that's no surprise when you consider these magnificent creatures have been depicted in mythology and folklore throughout history. In today’s inspiration showcase I present a variety of ferocious art and design pieces that feature wolves, ranging from detailed paintings to stylistic illustrations. […] The post 50 Ferocious Designs and Illustrations Featuring Wolves appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Do you ever pay attention to those tiny icons at the tops of browser tabs? How about when you save a shortcut to a website or page online? Those tiny images, or favicons, are designed especially for that purpose. There's a pretty distinct difference between what makes for a good or bad tiny icon. You’d […]
APImetrics has launched a premium version of API.expert, a service that monitors over 2000 APIs across many vertical markets. The service is $100 per year and enables developers to keep track of the performance from mainstream API providers such as Netflix, Slack, and Microsoft, to more specialist and smaller vendors. David O’Neill, CEO of APImetrics,... Read more » The post APImetrics launches premium API performance monitoring service appeared first on Developer Tech News.
Discover which SVG patterns we should avoid and which patterns are the most inclusive when comparing different combinations of OSs, browsers, and screen readers.
The web development industry is evolving at an ever-increasing pace. A decade ago, the only way to create a website was by using HTML and CSS. Website development is a complex and time-consuming process. It involves many different approaches from coding, server configuration, to deployment. But today, all these things can be done through various frameworks as they include out-of-the-box features and functionalities. One of the most popular among these frameworks is MEAN Stack.
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