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Mobile web has strongly influenced our habits of when, how, and where we use the world wide web. The way of how we navigate through websites has changed the most. A few years ago, the mouse had the main responsibility for the navigation, and now, tablets and smartphones are controlled via simple taps and gestures. Thus, contemporary websites should definitely consider taps and gestures when it comes to user interfaces and mobile navigation. The Hover Problem Navigation on a smartphone or tablet works fine without paying close attention to taps and gestures. Links are opened via tap instead of a click, and scrolling is done by swiping. However, when it comes to hover effects, which are quite popular in web design, mobile devices will already give you trouble. That’s because a hover effect, using the CSS pseudo class “: hover”, for example, just doesn’t exist on mobile devises, and thus, it won’t be triggered when calling up links via tap. So, when equipping links with hover effects, the link target and the hover effect are processed at the same time on mobile devices. At best, the visitor will see the hover effect for a short period of time, until the […]
Creating your own WordPress theme is a great way to learn about the inner workings of the world's most popular CMS. It also means that you can customize things to... The post 10 Free Resources to Supercharge WordPress Theme Development appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
If you ever wanted to draw an illustration but had no idea how to begin, this tutorial is for you. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to set up Adobe Illustrator document and produce high-quality illustrations. This is fairly easy to follow for a beginner. Pay close attention to everything as every bit of this […] The post How to draw a scary zombie illustration in Adobe Illustrator using brush tool appeared first on Line25.
Dropshipping has been considered as the major business methodology by which people choose to initiate their startups. Dropshipping is one of the most secure and robust models which holds a lot of insurance in it. During the course of the Covid 19 pandemic, the dropshipping model proved a major helper for businessmen all over the [...]
Latest PECL Releases:psr 0.6.1- Fixed test failures on PHP 5.6 yaml 2.0.3Bugs Fixed: - #75029 Empty documents are valid (bd808) - #75213 Fix float parsing on Alpine (neclimdul) - #76309 Quote strings like "0." when emitting (bd808) - #76522 PHP 7.3 compilation fixes (dktapps, remicollet) - CRLF and whitespace fixes (petk) mustache 0.8.1- Require libmustache >= 0.5.0 - Remove old deprecated experimental compiler - Change minimum PHP version to 5.6 - Allow installation on PHP 7.3 - Fix missing php5to7.h (@remicollet) handlebars 0.8.3- Allow installation on PHP 7.3 - Removed class aliases `HandlebarsRegistryRegistry` for `HandlebarsRegistry` and `HandlebarsRegistryDefaultRegistry` for `HandlebarsDefaultRegistry` psr 0.6.0- Added PSR-18 support (@flyinghail) - Documentation/CI improvements (@sergeyklay) - Set minimum PHP version to 5.6 mustache 0.8.0- Require libmustache >= 0.5.0 - Remove old deprecated experimental compiler - Change minimum PHP version to 5.6 - Allow installation on PHP 7.3 swoole 4.2.7+ `Server` adds `task_async` config item, supports switching between pure sync mode and async mode, sync mode by default (backward compatibility) + Support `gethostbyname` in `Runtime::enableCoroutine` + Support `PHP7.3RC5` version * Fixed low version `GCC` compatibility problem (#2094) * Fixed ssl timeout bug for `client->recv` * Fixed `Socks5` proxy not work (#2103) * Fixed the bug that `connected` property of `CoRedis` was not updated. (#2104) * Fixed `taskWait` segment fault (#2098) * Fixed `CoSocket` reuse problem * Fixed a bug in `ProcessPool` - `SwooleSerialize` will be forced to close in PHP73 (unsupported temporarily) redis 4.2.0RC3phpredis 4.2.0RC3 The main feature of this release is new Streams API implemented by Michael Grunder. 4.2.0RC3: Optimize close method [2a1ef961] (fanjiapeng) Prevent potential infinite loop for sessions [4e2de158] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix coverty warnings [6f7ddd27] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Fix session memory leaks [071a1d54, 92f14b14] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko, Michael Grunder) Fix XCLAIM on 32-bit installs [18dc2aac] (Michael Grunder) Build warning fixes [b5093910, 51027044, 8b0f28cd] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko, Remi Collet, twosee) 4.2.0RC2: Fix incorrect arginfo for Redis::sRem and Redis::multi [25b043ce] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Update STREAM API to handle STATUS -> BULK reply change [0b97ec37] (Michael Grunder) Treat a -1 response from cluster_check_response as a timeout. [27df9220, 07ef7f4e, d1172426] (Michael Grunder) Use a ZSET insted of SET for EVAL tests [2e412373] (Michael Grunder) Missing space between command and args [0af2a7fe] (@remicollet) 4.2.0RC1: Streams API [2c9e0572] (Michael Grunder) Reset the socket after a timeout to make sure no wrong data is received [cd6ebc6d] (@marcdejonge) Modify session testing logic [bfd27471] (Michael Grunder) Allow '-' and '+' arguments and add tests for zLexCount and zRemRangeByLex [d4a08697] (Michael Grunder) Fix printf format warnings [dcde9331] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Session module is required [58bd8cc8] (@remicollet) Set default values for ini entries [e206ce9c] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Display ini entries in output of phpinfo [908ac4b3] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Persistant connections can be closed via close method + change reconnection logic [1d997873] (Pavlo Yatsukhnenko) Documentation improvements (@mg, @elcheco, @lucascourot, @nolimitdev, Michael Grunder)
Just what you've been waiting for; a one-stop resource for the best developer tools and services 2019 has to offer. Choosing which tools and services are needed and selecting the best that are currently on the market is always a challenge. There's no shortage of tools and services out there, and every year more and […] The post Best Developers Tools and Services in 2019 appeared first on Line25.
Accepting input from the user is one way to create more dynamic programs and applications. To do so in Python, developers must use the input() function. In this Python tutorial, we will discuss how to use the input() function, learn about its parameters, and how to validate user input data types. Many programs rely on […] The post Accepting Input in Python with input() appeared first on Developer.com.
This week's Designer News (N.362) includes CSS Visual Guide, Sketch Tools, Bootstrap Forms, CSS Spinners, Match Fonts, Scrolling in Web Design, Hover Animations, and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.362) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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