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In my “Different Degrees of Custom Property Usage” article, I noted a situation about colors and CSS custom properties where I went “too far” with breaking up HSL color values. Breaking every single color into its H, S, and L parts … The post Color Alpha Anywhere appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
How many users are opening emails from you on a phone or tablet? It might be a higher percentage than you think. According to Litmus, which provides email tracking software, 54 percent of all emails were opened on a mobile device in 2016. That means that most of your emails are being seen on a […]
In a new post to his site Derick Rethans talks about "analemmas" and shows how to use PHP's own DateTime handling to determine the locations of the sun at different intervals (that's what an "analemma" tracks). Last week I listened to an
Serverless applications, particularly data warehouses, have gained popularity for both huge and modest content in recent years. Scalable functionality, along with the elimination of technological... The post What Is A Snowflake Data Warehouse? 5 Benefits To Your Business appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Two Factor Authentication for Magento 2 functionality is used to provide the extra security feature to the account. This is verified in two cases i.e creation of a new account and login into the account of existing customers. It is one the most reliable process of security of account purposes. Features At the time of [...]
Uncode is a new WordPress theme that has quickly become a ThemeForest Top Seller. At first glance, Uncode may not appear to be much different than most themes. If you look closely however, you will see how it significantly differs... The post Taking a Closer Look at Uncode, a Top-Selling Creative Multiuse Theme appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
It's no secret that web design projects often overshoot their deadlines. Design do-overs, tiny details that take way longer than anticipated and never-ending email exchanges are characteristic of most website projects. But it doesn't have to be that way. If you want to unlock scalable business growth, your web design agency must maximize efficiency. Once...
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Ben Sampson has a tutorial posted to his site for the Laravel users out there sharing some tips about speeding up your database queries when using relationships between models. Adding indexes to your database tables is a great way to get some extra performance out of your application, especially if you have a large amount of data in your tables. They should be used sparingly and only on identified slow queries, as they have implications of their own such as increased table size and increased RAM usage. But those potential drawbacks are well worth it when you can get a query down from a 3 seconds 15 milliseconds with 5 minutes of work. The effects are particularly noticeable on polymorphic / many to many polymorphic relationships. He then includes the code required to create the indexes on your tables (either a single column or a compound index involving more than one column) in your migrations. He also provides code examples showing how to use foreign keys to improve one-to-one/one-to-many relationships. More examples include optimizations for many-to-many relationships and polymorphic relationships.
Illustrations are always welcome when designers are working on their projects. They can either recreate the illustrations or derive inspiration from them. Everyone loves illustrations that come royalty-free. Illustrations are a way to express the designer's creativity. Specific illustrations send a social message and convey a deeper meaning to the onlooker. These days, artists and […] The post 9 Royalty-Free Illustrations That You Can Use on Your Projects first appeared on Line25.
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