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It’s a known fact that file selection inputs are difficult to style the way developers want to, so many simply hide it and create a button that opens the file selection dialog instead. Nowadays, though, we have an even fancier way of handling file selection: drag and drop. Technically, this was already possible because most (if not all) implementations of the file selection input allowed you to drag files over it to select them, but this requires you to actually show the file element.
Today we all have moved a lot with the modern world, on the other hand, it has become extremely important to invest in digital currencies... The post Important Facts You Should Know Before Investing in Bitcoin appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Follow along with today’s Photoshop tutorial to create a topographic map effect. I’ll show you how you can quickly create a detailed pattern with a combination of Photoshop Filters, then show you how the parameters of those filters can be adjusted to customise the effect. This new technique provides some really useful advantages over my […] The post Video: How To Create Topographic Map Patterns in Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Introduction In this article, we look at how to run in-memory automated UI tests for an ASP.NET Core web app using Playwright and NUnit. The article provides demo code and solutions to issues found along the way. Automated UI Testing Automated testing of any web application is essential to ensure it functions correctly. On the top of the "testing pyramid" proudly sits UI testing or end-to-end testing, above integration and unit testing. Automated UI testing involves launching and controlling a browser to drive through a set of interactions that a user would perform. Assertions are made to see if the web app and browser behave as expected. Browsers are controlled by testing tools such as Selenium, Puppeteer, or the new kid on the block, Playwright.
It may be time to throw out “convention.” Not all of it, of course, but when it comes to typography and current trends, it is definitely time to experiment, to know your target customers, and to understand those design types that they will see as exciting, compelling, and worthy of interest. Face it. The typography you choose is the first thing, along with amazing images, that will make a visitor or user want to check out a website further. And you have to consider typography as an image. And that image has to fit the brand, the audience, and what … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
An infographic can give you a way to represent information in a graphic format, designed to make it more understandable, relatable, and engaging. But they can be tricky to make! We’ve gathered together a collection of stunning infographic templates, to get you started quickly (whether you’re using Word, PowerPoint, or Illustrator!) Infographics usually require icons, […]
The “user” is a far too abstract description of the people that might want to use your new web project. You can neither orient nor optimize your project towards a description that abstract. You need something better, like Frank, the hasty single father, or Maria, the stressed-out accountant. User personas allow for this exact concretization....
If you're working on a greeting card or a wedding invitation design, chances are you're still looking for that perfect cursive font for your project. No need to look any further because we've rounded up a collection of the best cursive fonts just for you. In this post, we're featuring some of the best free […]
There’s a movement afoot among startups in the healthcare space to tear down silos of information that hinder efficient and effective care, as well as reduce frustration for patients who have to deal with insurance, pre-authorizations for treatment, and even scheduling tests and appointments. One of those startups is a company called Olive, which has … continue reading The post Olive Helps wants developers to build out healthcare apps on its platform appeared first on SD Times.
As We know in magento 2 , multi website is supported . We can run more than one website with different domains on a single magento instance. Magento does not provide default feature to share guest cart in magento 2.In this block I am going to explain how we can achieve guest cart share functionality. [...]
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