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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
In today's digital world people pay much attention to typography, design and how everything looks around them. If you are a web designer, or you work in a digital agency, it is important to use the perfect fonts for your projects, because fonts can either make your design stand out or it can push away […] The post 25 Free ALL CAPS Fonts You Can Download appeared first on Line25.
INTRODUCTION Disqus Integration with Odoo Website Blog, the next level of blog commenting! Disqus Integration with Odoo Website Blog- One of the issues that publishers face now and then is spamming and inappropriate comments on their website blog. The comment section often asks users to signup, which most of the users don't like. One solution [...]
WordPress is synonymous with slick, beautiful websites that are easy to build and develop with a vast number of plugins. With template sites within WordPress, would be bloggers and website owners can become developers themselves. WordPress makes it easy to create your own highly functional website, without the expense of building a custom site from scratch. However, it’s so easy to get lost in the world of design themes, plugins and user journeys that you can easily forget the security considerations of your new site. Fail to build in security layers though, and you could find your beautiful new site … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
The Auth0 blog has posted the third part of their "Building a Blog" series of tutorials showing the use of their authentication technologies coupled with a Symfony framework backend. In this latest article author Greg Holmes shows how to deploy the application created in parts one and two to Heroku. Symfony is a PHP framework as well as a set of reusable PHP components and libraries. It uses the Model-View-Controller design pattern and can be scaled to be used in any requirement. It aims to speed up the creation and maintenance of web applications, replacing repetitive code. In this part of the series, you will learn how to deploy the blog engine that you have created in the previous parts on Heroku. The final code can be found at this repository. He starts with a bit of catching up, briefly covering the contents of the first two articles before getting into the main content of this third. He covers some of the basics of Heroku and Travis-CI before getting into the actual deployment flow. He then helps you set up a GitHub account (used as a source for the deployment), set up a local MySQL database for testing and the installation of a few required dependencies. Next is the installation of the Heroku and Travis-CI command line tools, the configuration for each and some basic setup steps for each service. Finally, he gets back to the Symfony application, setting up a few additional options in the Composer configuration to create a few commands. These commands are then executed as a part of the deployment process. There's also changes to the Symfony configuration files to reference the environment rather than a local path in several locations. The post ends with the setup instructions on the Auth0 side to allow handling to work from the newly deployed Heroku instance.
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial we’re going to create a striped text effect with a retro 70s vibe. We’ll create the effect by layering up a series of strokes and fills with Illustrator’s Appearance panel, which preserves the live text so you don’t lose the ability to edit the wording. Once the artwork is complete, […] The post Video Tutorial: Retro Striped Text Effect in Adobe Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
A prototype of the long-awaited CSS container queries has landed in Chrome Canary and is available for experimentation. Let's look at what problem is being solved, learn how container queries work, and see how they compare with and complement existing CSS features for layout.
Talking about the current trends, one of the most profitable and trending business opportunities have emerged with eCommerce. This is the reason why more than 3 million eCommerce stores are created using Woocommerce making it the most used and preferred eCommerce plugin. Moreover, talking about the total proportion it has in percentage, it covers around...
If you have been waiting to experiment with Sketch, there's never a better time to dive in than right now. The Mac-based vector graphics editing tool for user interface and experience design has become a go-to tool for many designers and developers. If you haven't started using it yet, or already downloaded the software and […]
Prestashop Advanced Product Sorting: Product sorting is crucial for an eCommerce store offering a wide range of products as it determines what should be put at the top or end of the product listing page. Finding the right product in a product list containing tens, hundreds, or thousands of products can be a challenging task [...]
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