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Thanks to Spotify's 2015 campaign, Duotone, an old-time technique that is used to boost monochrome images with the help of applied tonal ranges and different colors to a particular part, has become increasingly popular. This year it has established itself as a fresh trend. While traditionally the solution brings about pretty dull and gloomy pictures...
This week Access All Areas members have a new font to download as part of their membership, courtesy of Peter Olexa from Cruzine. Sailor is creative typeface that comes in 5 variants: Regular, Bold, Grunge, Full Bold & Full bold Grunge, available in OTF and TTF formats. It’s great display font for both modern design […] The post Sailor Font with Five Variants for Access All Areas Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Adobe Photoshop plays a role in almost every digital creator's life. Photoshop is what many digital artists, photographers, graphic designers, and even some web developers have in common. The tool is so flexible that often you can achieve the same results in several different ways. What sets us all apart is our personal workflows and our preferences on how we use it to achieve the desired outcome. I use Photoshop every day and shortcuts are a vital part of my workflow.
With the “Not Secure” warning for HTTP websites in the Google Chrome browser, SSL certificates that help implement HTTPS have become mandatory. Organizations can achieve robust website security by purchasing a certificate from trusted certificate authorities. Mainly, the security measure includes features, such as modern encryption and strategies that secure online experience from data sniffing and sniffing, among other cyber attacks. GoGetSSL SSL Certificates GOGETSSL is a top-rated and one of the largest certificate resellers for a range of certificates, such as single-domain SSL, wildcard SSL, multi-domain (SAN), unlimited free SSL, and Code Signing certificates. The company issues SSL certificates … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
There are many people who face troubles while sending emails to others using their WordPress site. This can be solved by making use of the Gmail SMTP server. You will learn here how to send the email in WordPress and that too mainly by making use of the Gmail SMTP server. This is such a simple process and can be used for every business man or people who want to make online presence with their WordPress sites. There is no need to have technical expertise in this regard and even you can learn in detail about this without fail. How … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Imagine you were living in a perfect world. A world where everybody has fast, stable and unthrottled connections, reliable and powerful devices, exquisite screens, and capable, resilient browsers. The screens are diverse in size and pixel density, yet our interfaces adapt to varying conditions swiftly and seamlessly. What a glorious time for all of us -- designers, developers, senior Webpack configurators and everybody in-between -- to be alive, wouldn't you agree?
Animated Videos are a remarkable resource to better present a complex topic of your business and industry in the most appealing, compelling and absorbent manner. Approaching the correct animated video production company is highly mandatory in order to have your content composed and presented to the market as a standout. Then again how to identify...
The Delicious Brains site has posted an update for the last part (10 of 10) of their series providing a guide to hosting WordPress yourself for some smaller changes for doing it in 2018. I originally started writing Hosting WordPress Yourself back in February 2015, which makes this series over three years old! During that time a lot has changed, which is why I updated the series just over 12 months ago, to keep the content relevant. Since then, even more has changed in the WordPress hosting scene, so it's time for another update! I have already updated the existing articles in this series with the changes that follow. This article serves as a changelog and documents what has changed in each part of this series, where I guide you through the process of building a complete server to house your WordPress sites This update shares changes in the virtual server setup, new software releases, suggestions of server monitoring services and web server configuration changes. Each point in the list is also linked back to the other part of the series related to the changes to give more context.
On the Delicious Brains site, there's a tutorial posted asking WordPress plugin developers if their code is ready to work with Gutenberg, the next major release of the editor used in the popular blogging tool and content management system. WordPress 5.0 is right around the corner with the flagship feature, the new Gutenberg editor, set to change the WordPress landscape dramatically. Gutenberg not only impacts how you write content in WordPress, but how developers build plugins for WordPress. [...] In this post I'll walk you through the process I took for making Intagrate, my Instagram WordPress plugin, Gutenberg-compatible, which will hopefully get you started on making your own plugins Gutenberg-ready. The post starts with some general things to consider about Gutenberg's functionality as compared to the classic editor and some key places to check in your own plugins. They then provide a guide to testing your plugin by installing the standalone editor package. It then walks through the three main places to check functionality: custom post types custom meta boxes TinyMCE The post ends with some suggestions of possible enhancements such as making use of shortcodes and converting custom meta boxes.
For your business or personal needs we're sure that you are going to need to get some files from either your customers, business associates or friends. You might be needing to collect job applications, portfolio submissions, consent letters or just plain Christmas photos that your great aunt took last year. As these files start to...
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