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PHP Internals News: Episode 37: PHP 7.4 Celebrations! London, UK Thursday, November 28th 2019, 09:37 GMT In this episode of "PHP Internals News" we are celebrating the new features that are part of this release. Instead of talking with a si...
Follow along with today’s Photoshop tutorial to create your own fantasy world, just like the fictional story settings of Neverland, Middle-Earth or Westeros. We'll use Photoshop's built-in tools to establish the landmass and sea, then construct hills, mountains and deserts with some simple filter combinations, before finishing off the artwork with a vintage paper texture […] The post How to Create a Fantasy Map of Your Own Fictional World appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Having interesting side projects in your portfolio can help you make the leap from forgettable, all-purpose designer to industry superstar. The post Why You Should Include Your Personal Passions in Your Design Work appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
In today's competitive digital landscape, success is a stream of fresh ideas. Innovative thinking. Audience-led and data-driven product design that meets the needs of your business and your customer - whether they knew they wanted it or not. But for every iPod, there's a Zune. For every static, stifled Myspace or Friends Reunited, there's a The post How to Create the Right Strategy for Product Development to Improve Digital Product Design? appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
The rel="nofollow" attribute has been around for quite a while on the internet, and more and more websites and blogs tend to use it to link to sites and products that they do not wish to endorse, such as sponsored links. Such links, after being assigned the rel="nofollow" attribute, are termed as nofollow links and are not followed by search engines. What exactly is the rel="nofollow" attribute and what is its importance? In this article, I will be answering this question. The Importance of rel=”nofollow” The rel=”nofollow” Attribute The rel="nofollow" attribute came into being a decade ago, back in 2005, with the intention of using it as a means to combat spam comments on blogs. Generally, to earn inbound links for their websites, many spammers tend to comment on reputed sites — such comments rarely add merit to the discussion, but are only used to drop links. By using nofollow on such links, the purpose of spam comments is defeated. You might already be aware of the syntax, but here is how the rel="nofollow" attribute looks in practice: <a rel="nofollow" href="http://noupe.com">a nofollow link to noupe.com</a> Of course, over the period of time, the nofollow attribute evolved to do much more […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesWordPress Tips: Turn on DoFollow for Comments, Turn off Internal…SEO Basics: Backlinks – The Good, the Bad, and ……Deal of the Week: 150+ Vintage Logos at a Vintage PriceDeal of the Week: 150+ Vintage Logos and Photo Mock-Ups at 80 Percent…Deal of the Week: 326 Vintage Logos, Labels and Badges Templates (PSD,Retro Textpress for Illustrator: 20 Great Retro Text Effects Bargained
Productivity is a crowded space, with countless apps and services promising to make your life and business easier and more profitable. Of all the apps that make that promise, very few deliver, but we've found one that does: Taskade. Flexible Planning With Taskade Every problem is unique, and part of what defines us as creative […] The post Collaborative Task Management with Taskade first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
The last time I regularly worked anywhere other than my home was (gasp!) 1998. When I became a full-time freelance web designer, it was at the very beginning of the... The post Why the Grumpy Designer Will Keep Working from Home, Thank You appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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