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Need your eLearning system to grow with your business? Take a look at these tried and tested growth hacks that'll help you sale your LearnDash website. The post How to Ensure your LearnDash LMS Scales with Your Business: 9 Sure-fire Growth Hacks! appeared first on WisdmLabs.
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The Ampersand is loved by all types of creatives! Its shape has evolved into a variety of styles since it was conceived as a ligature of the letters ‘e’ and ‘t’ from the Latin ‘et’ for ‘and’. You can find a range of ampersand designs across different fonts and typefaces, from cursive script variants to […] The post Art of the Ampersand: 35 Creative Examples of The '&' Character appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
DevOps teams are under rising pressure to deliver higher-quality software in less time and with fewer resources. This is no easy task any way you slice... The post Flow Modeling: How Work Moves Through the Enterprise appeared first on Plutora.
The first question clients and stakeholders seek answers to with any digital product and/or service today -- and rightly so -- is how to establish an effective user experience. We, as designers, however, know that good design and a good user experience are rarely achieved by fixating on one discipline, but rather by adopting a multidisciplinary approach. At best, it's about finding a balance between UX, UI and interaction design, usability, accessibility, web performance (front end, back end, networking), service design and content strategy (i.e. writing copy).The post Getting Practical With Microcopy appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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In a new post to his site Christoph Rumpel shares an introduction to the use of Content Security policies to prevent client-side security issues in your applications. While his examples are more Laravel-specific, the concepts can be applied to just about any framework or home-grown solution. As more and more services get digital these days, security has become a significant aspect of every application. Especially when it comes to third-party code, it is tough to guarantee safety. But in general, XSS and Code Injection is a big problem these days. Content Security Policy provides another layer of security that helps to detect and protect different attacks. Today, I will introduce this concept and its main features, as well as show real-world examples. He starts with a general look at web application security vulnerabilities and, more specifically, cross-site scripting issues. These are the ones that a Content Security Policy (CSP) can help prevent. He then covers the basics of the CSP header and gets into the implementation. In his example he sets up the addition of the CSP header as a middleware so that it's included on every request. With the default header all resources are blocked so he walks through the process of restoring access to the scripts, fonts and styles his blog needs to work correctly. With the basics covered he then gets into a few more advanced features of CSP policies such as nonces for resource identification, iframe handling and the submission of forms. The post ends with a recommendation of the Laravel CSP package for use in Laravel applications. If you're looking for something more framework agnostic you might want to look into ParagonIE's CSP Builder library.
Every generation has complained about the habits and technology of younger generations. Malesherbes, a French statesman, thought that newspapers isolated readers in contrast to the “spiritually uplifting” group practice of... The post Anti-Apps: The Rise of Apps That Get You Away from Technology appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Designing a website for a small business has its challenges. Its impact on the business can be huge in terms its ability to reach out to a huge number of potential customers. When taking on such a task, the following is important: Display high quality design throughout. The UX should fully engage the user. The […] The post 20 Best Pre-Built Websites for Small Businesses appeared first on Line25.
Today marks the day we sent out our 300th edition of the Smashing Newsletter. This article is a little celebration in which we share little Smashing stories from people working behind the scenes.
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