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For many years, it seemed like columns were one of the toughest layout challenges web designers faced. It often took various hacks, such as clearfixes, to get them aligned and... The post Better Layouts Through CSS Flexbox appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Among the most popular suggestions on Smashing Magazine's Content User Suggestions board is the need of learning more about the interaction and communication between designers and developers. There are probably several articles worth of very specific things that could be covered here, but I thought I would kick things off with a general post rounding up some experiences on the subject. Given the wide range of skills held by the line-up at our upcoming SmashingConf Toronto — a fully live, no-slides-allowed event, I decided to solicit some feedback.
Social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram have become virtually ubiquitous in today’s culture, and it’s more important than ever for businesses to consider them essential components... The post Why Influencers Should be Part of Your Social Media Marketing appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
WordPress powers 31% of the internet’s websites and offers website owners the power to create any kind of site they want. Adding to that, developers in the WordPress community have... The post 15 Ways to Customize WordPress Without Touching PHP appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Technical Thoughts, Tutorials, and Musings: I was wrong about PSR-11 Laravel News: Laravel Factory Helper Command stitcher.io: Typed properties in PHP php|architect: Serverless PHP, Array Functions, and Data Structures with Chris Tankersley Pine: Checking a RegEx Pattern Against an Array of Strings Tomáš Votruba Blog: How to upgrade Meetup.com API to OAuth2 with Guzzle murze.be: A?A~A... Sending and receiving webhooks in Laravel apps Delicious Brains: Switching to Windows for Local WordPress Development: PartA,A 2 symfony Project Blog: Simpler Macros in Twig Templates Laravel News: Immutable PHP Currency Converter PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: PHP 7.4.0 alpha 1 Released Laravel News: Video: Dries Vints on Maintaining Laravel Derick Rethans: PHP Internals News: Episode 15: base_convert() Improvements murze.be: A Look At PHPA?AEURA(TM)s isset() symfony Project Blog: SymfonyLive London 2019: workshop topics and complete conference schedule are available! Pine: Generating Vue Files With Artisan Command
Designing a beautiful wedding album can be tough when you also have to go through hundreds of photos while enhancing and editing them as well. Thankfully, Photoshop introduced a solution to that painful process with Lightroom. Now, all you need are a few Lightroom presets and you can instantly enhance your wedding photos in a […]
This week's Designer News (N.412) includes Launching the new Firefox into the World, The UX Sales Deck, Text input highlight - TripAdvisor style, How to use SVG as a Placeholder (and Other Image Loading Techniques), The Metropolis Typeface and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 412 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
If you've done any complex web UI development, you must have at least once furiously tried driving an element's z-index up to thousands, only to see that it's not helping position it on top of some other element, whose z-index is lower or even not defined at all. Why does that happen? And more importantly, how to avoid such issues? In this article, I'll recap what z-index actually is and how you can stop guessing whether it might work in any specific case and start treating it just like any other convenient tool.
There is something different about this pandemic infused remote working stint all across the globe. For starters, everyone is working from home, and most importantly people are being forced to work at home/remotely due to the prevailing circumstances. While remote working seems to be a great idea(and it is!), a mass and forced remote working...
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