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Every video starts with an intro scene but not all video intros look great. However, you'll never have to worry about it when using professional Premiere Pro intro templates to create your opening scenes. The intro is arguably the most important part of a video. It's what captivates the viewer and keeps them watching for […]
Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […] The post Popular Design News of the Week: May 17 2021 - May 23, 2021 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
Prior to its purchase by Apple in 2017, Shazam had made quite the name for itself in the music recognition business. Hear a song but just don't know the name? Shazam had your back. Once the company was gobbled up by Apple, this functionality found its way into iOS and has been ubiquitous ever since.
There are plenty of articles on the optimization of text content for the best possible keyword ranking. However, the importance of image content is often underestimated or not mentioned at all. The best article wouldn’t be anything without pictures. At least, it would be incomplete. Additionally, visual elements help us understand the content of articles much better, and this is the point at which every webmaster should realize that image content is extremely valuable for search engines as well. On top of that, there’s not only the Google web search but also the Google image search, which also has a lot of potential to permanently increase your website’s visibility. Advantages of Google Image Search In the following, to clarify the value of Google image search, we want to show you four arguments for optimal images: Increases the website’s visibility Secures market shares against competitors Adds value for customers and search engines Boosts Conversions 1. Increase the Website’s Visibility For many webmasters, “visibility” is written with a capital V, and the value is often used to measure the success of onpage optimizations. Specific optimization of image content in articles, infographics, diagrams, and so forth doesn’t only increase the value for readers/customers, […]
On the Laravel News site they've posted the latest tutorial in their series covering the creation of a translation package. In this latest article they cover the creation of the database driver to replace the previous file-driven content handling. In the previous article of the series, we talked about how to handle missing translations, which brings us very close to making the package feature complete. To finish up the build phase of this series, we will discuss how we go about adding a database driver. Thanks to defining the interface for the data handling previously, redefining the handler for the database is simpler. He includes the code for: the migrations to create the languages and translations tables the models for both tables and their relations to each other creation of the database driver using the interface His code includes methods for getting either single or multiple translations including fetching them by language. He then updates the "resolve" method to allow defining the driver to use in the configuration rather than being hard-coded.
One of the biggest trends in website design is experimental typefaces. These funky, unique, and always special fonts can serve as the backbone of a project or provide a special spark. Experimental typefaces come in a variety of formats from handwriting styles to interesting serifs to color or animated fonts. There's something for everyone with […]
Latest PECL Releases:zip 1.16.0 - fix #78641 addGlob can modify given remove_path value add ZipArchive::CM_LZMA2 constant (since libzip 1.6.0) add ZipArchive::setMtimeName and ZipArchive::setMtimeIndex add ZipArchive::LIBZIP_VERSION constant datadog_trace 0.38.0 ### Added - Official support for PHP 7.4 #723 - Tools to measure memory overhead #718 Changed Move Laravel to sanboxed api #700 Remove the sandbox API for PHP 5.4 #719 Dual-licensed under Apache 2.0 or BSD3 #727 Fixed README reference to RELEASING.md was removed #720 (thanks @v1v!) MessagePack serialization with a reference #730 uploadprogress 1.1.2 - PHP 8 compatibility; this now builds on PHP 5, PHP 7, and PHP 8 uploadprogress 1.1.1 - Mark maximum PHP version as 8.0.0; this will not build on PHP 8 uploadprogress 1.1.0 - PHP 7 compatibility phalcon 4.0.3 Full changelog can be found at: https://github.com/phalcon/cphalcon/blob/master/CHANGELOG-4.0.md [4.0.3] Fixed Fixed PhalconDbAdapterPdoMysql Tinyint(1) is handled as boolean under MySql #14708 Fixed PhalconMvcViewEngineVolt to produce the correct order of variables for the join filter #14771 Fixed PhalconStorageAdapterStream::getKeys() bug in the absence of a directory with a prefix name #14725, #14721 Fixed PhalconDebug::onUncaughtException Should accept Throwable instead of Exception as an argument #14738 Fixed PhalconValidationValidatorFactory Should return PhalconValidationValidatorInterface 14749 Fixed PhalconMvcModelBinder to now correctly call has and set on the cache object #14743 Fixed PhalconSessionAdapterStream and PhalconStorageAdapterStream to correctly handle simultaneous read/write #14694 Fixed PhalconConfigConfigFactory to always add the correct extension #14756 gRPC 1.27.0RC1 - gRPC Core 1.27.0 update hprose 1.7.0 Add TagHeader for Hprose 3.0. igbinary 3.1.2 * Speed up object, array, reference, and string serialization. * Speed up unserializing integers between 0 and 65535 (as values and array keys). * Speed up unserializing objects with declared properties.
Sara digs into a bug I happened to have mentioned back in 2012 where fluid type didn’t resize when the browser window resized. Back then, it affected Chrome 20 and Safari 6, but the bug still persists today in Safari … The post Working around the viewport-based fluid typography bug in Safari appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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