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Good design can really get you in the mood. Today, we've got a collection of dark and moody website designs that will help inspire you to create a distinct atmosphere in your design work. While most dark collections have a bit of a “downer” vibe, not all of these designs have that feel (although color […]
PrestaShop Warranty Management module helps shop owners to offer a warranty on the products of the store. There are basically three types of warranties that a shop owner can choose to offer customers. General Warranty: It is the warranty that a shop owner can offer to customers directly on buying the product at no extra [...]
Many professionals are now switching from Premiere Pro to DaVinci Resolve. Why? Because it offers amazing features compared to Premiere Pro and After Effects for free. Switching to DaVinci Resolve allows you to save up to $600 per year that otherwise spent on Adobe Premiere Pro. This gives professionals more money to invest in things […]
Popular posts from PHPDeveloper.org for the past week:Tomas Vortuba: Build Your First Symfony Console Application with Dependency Injection Under 4 Files Ben Sampson: Masking IDs in URLs using hashids in Laravel Matt Stauffer: Adding an Auto-Generated Sitemap to Your Jigsaw-based Static Site That Podcast: Episode #50 - The One Where We Talk to Shawn about Event Sourcery, CQRS, Event Sourcin PHP.net: PHP 7.1.18 Release Christoph Rumpel: How I Built The LaravelQuiz Chatbot With BotMan and Laravel Pineco.de: Scheduling MySQL Backups with Laravel Exakat Blog: The 100 PHP functions that you have to know php[architect] Podcast: Episode 10: Treasure, Old and New Symfony Blog: New in Symfony 4.1: Misc. improvements (Parts 1-4) Matt Sparks: Building a PHP Framework: Part 5 - Test Driven Development PHP Roundtable Podcast: Episode #071 - Extra, extra: PHP 7.2 released! StarTutorial.com: Understanding Design Patterns - Iterator Ben Sampson: Using enums in Laravel PHPUgly Podcast: Episode #107: Drugs, Tattoos, and Coding (aka PHP: Pot Head Programming) Laravel News: Working with Mutable and Immutable DateTime in PHP Rob Allen: Using Serverless Framework with OpenWhisk PHP Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Brett Florio and the Foxy.io crew
When requirements read “when visible” your brain should go straight to IntersectionObserver. That’s exactly what Zach is doing here to kick off an animation when it scrolls into view. Except this animation is an SVG SMIL animation: an <animate>… The post Fire SVG animations (SMIL) when the SVG is visible appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
WPDK is a rather new development kit for WordPress and promises to enable the simple creation of easily maintainable plugins and themes. It’s supposed to improve the WordPress kernel and extends its core features and classes. WPDK is fully object-oriented and guarantees easy usability. WPDK is the acronym of WordPress Development Kit. It’s an easily installable PHP framework that was written for the plugin and theme development with WordPress. The WPDK – WordPress Development Kit Framework Nowadays, developing plugins and themes is not an easy task anymore. The code is becoming increasingly more complicated, and more and more features have to be implemented. This is the best time for a development plugin that promises to stand for an easily maintainable code base. Due to its object-oriented infrastructure, WPDK encapsulates many aspects of the development of a WordPress plugin or theme and automatically executes tasks that generally are supposed to precede the right approach of a developer. The developer should focus on his idea, and not on the infrastructure. Thanks to the expansion of the WordPress objects with the WPDKWordPressPlugin object, the developer can access a bunch of advantages with a simple action. Further Information: WPDKWordPressPlugin Class Reference WPDK – Examples […]
Event flyers can be fun projects that give you a little more freedom with your design. Many events come with a design style of their own, providing ample opportunity to bend or break some of your brand rules. The downside to event flyer design is that it often comes with tight turnarounds. So how do […]
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, […]
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