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In times of technology, automation, and AI, handcrafted or handmade products and solutions hold exceptional value in people's hearts. And therefore, when it comes to taking art and precious talent to the limelight, you need a substantial stage beside a perfect product range. Handcrafted product websites are the digital stores that are becoming very much […] The post 13 WordPress Themes for Selling Handmade & Handcrafted Products first appeared on Line25.
WordPress stores every single scrap of information within a MySQL database. Posts, pages, comments, shortcodes, plugin settings... absolutely everything. The WordPress backend is fantastic, and does allow you to manage... The post 20 Time-Saving WordPress SQL Query Snippets appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
This week, Firefox 44 has been released to the public. The new version offers better video support (VP9, WebM in addition to h.264) and adds support for Brotli compression (a new, better compression than gzip) for HTTPS connections. Service Workers are also supported now. The new Chrome Beta channel build now includes a security panel in the developer tools. This panel shows you how secure your site is, including details on HTTPS and mixed content warnings. Unfortunately, it's not super detailed yet, and it also doesn't provide information like HSTS, HKPK and other security details, but I'm excited to see this and bet that they'll integrate more features over time.The post Web Development Reading List #122: A Performance Budget Builder, Streams, And The Web Push API appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
The standards for typography on the web have shifted. Designers are going with bigger, easier to read typography that is more seamless and consistent across devices. The trend toward bigger web typography started with oversized treatments above the scroll, from headlines to more artistic hero header text elements. Body text sizes concurrently started to increase […]
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A gradient is a gradual blending of colors where one color transitions to another color slowly. It can be a blend of colors from the same shade or can be a blend of different colors. It is possible to create gradients where one color simply blends into a different color or white or black color. […] The post 9 Tips for Using the Right Gradients in the Logo appeared first on Line25.
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A modal is a common UI element used to grab the user's attention by overlaying the page. In this step-by-step tutorial, we will show you how to implement, style, and interact with modals in UI Builder. Also known as overlays or dialog windows, modals are an easy way to ensure your user receives information or takes an action you want them to take. In order to guarantee the user interacts with the modal, most modals prevent the user from interacting with the underlying page.
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