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Bootstrap button generator tools helps developers to create buttons with different shapes, colors, and sizes without any programming knowledge. The tool selects the appropriate button for the developer's needs and… The post Free Bootstrap Button Generators appeared first on CSS Author.
Did you know that over 70% of marketers turn to influencers for promotions? It is because influencers are great for not only driving traffic and creating authentic content; it is also more effective for reaching the target market. Over time, the online audience has already developed a case of 'banner blindness.' So if you like...
Our objects are becoming increasingly connected. My watch is connected to my phone, which is connected to the speaker in my living room, which I can also connect (or not) to the speaker in my bedroom. When I go out to dinner with friends, we have to make a concerted effort to keep our handheld and wearable devices silenced or otherwise placed "in the background" of our social experience, so that we can focus on each other. As our artifacts and everything around us become more connected, we run the risk as humans of becoming increasingly disconnected from each other — not in a tragic, dystopian kind of way per se, but in a real way that we need to take into consideration when designing for these experiences. The post Getting (Dis)Connected: Shallow Interaction Design For Deeper Human Experiences appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
No matter whatever the business is, the purpose of every business is to make a new customer. And, in order to attract new customers, you must first better understand their requirements. The shopping experience has changed dramatically in recent years, as we are increasingly using the Internet for all of our needs. We surf the... The post Understanding & Optimizing the Buying Cycle for eCommerce Websites appeared first on noupe.
Latest PECL Releases:gRPC 1.20.0RC3 - Added memory leak tests #17862 Fixed segfault on accessing a closed client #18302 Added ini settings for fork support #18539 Fixed fork hang #18558 datadog_trace 0.18.0 **NOTE: THIS IS A BREAKING CHANGE RELEASE** This change should not impact most users. Added MessagePack serialization for traces sent to the Agent with a new function dd_trace_serialize_msgpack() #378 Changed Request init hook module blacklist now avoids miss matching partial matches #372 Add 10MB cap to payloads sent to the Agent #388 Added an getTracesAsArray() method to DDTrace/Contracts/Tracer which returns an array of spans (which are also encoded as an array.) To encode an instance of DDTraceContractsSpan as an array, use DDTrace/Encoders/SpanEncoder::encode($span) #378 DDTrace/Transport::send() now takes an instance of DDTrace/Contracts/Tracer instead of an array #378 DDTrace/Encoder::encodeTraces() now takes an instance of DDTrace/Contracts/Tracer instead of an array #378 The default encoder is now DDTrace/Encoders/MessagePack. You can still use the JSON encoder by setting the environment variable DD_TRACE_ENCODER=json. It is generally not recommended to use the JSON encoder as parsing JSON payloads at the Agent level is more CPU & memory intensive. xdebug 2.7.1 Wed, Apr 5, 2019 - xdebug 2.7.1 = Fixed bugs: Fixed issue #1646: Missing newline in error message Fixed issue #1647: Memory corruption when a conditional breakpoint is used Fixed issue #1641: Perfomance degradation with getpid syscall (Kees Hoekzema) runkit7 2.0.2 - Fix the package version seen in reflection APIs. dbase 7.0.0RC1 Backward Incompatible Changes database link identifiers are now proper resources instead of integers logical values are now retrieved as booleans instead of integers New Features FoxPro datetime fields ('T') are now supported as "YYYYMMDDhhmmss.uuu" Uninitialized logical fields are now supported as NULL base_create() now supports an optional $type parameter (either DBASE_TYPE_DBASE or DBASE_TYPE_FOXPRO) to define the type of database to be created FoxPro nullable fields are now transparently supported The $mode of dbase_open() can now be specified as DBASE_RDONLY or DBASE_RDWR The version of the dbase extension is now available as DBASE_VERSION Basic database locking has been implemented Internally the Zend memory manager is now used Error reporting has been improved; e.g. unsupported field type now raise a warning Bug Fixes Fixed #73391 (Writing of floats can cause OOB reads) Fixed #73395 (failing dbase_create() may leak memory) Fixed #73411 (dbase_pack() returns TRUE on failure) Fixed #73414 (Unsupported field types may cause dbase_open() to leak memory) Fixed #73442 (Float fields always have precision 0) Fixed #73447 (Floats written to character fields are truncated to integer) Fixed #74983 (SIGABRT when function put_dbf_field is called)
Adobe Photoshop Actions are a great feature of the app, allowing you to create a process or workflow, record how it worked, and then easily repeat the process again for other photographs or design elements. Today we’ve collected some of the best Photoshop actions out there, for photographers and graphic designers alike. They cost just […]
Web design, and particularly CSS, has taken on a predictable pattern in recent years. First, we create special effects that make heavy use of images, outside libraries or both. Then... The post Add Cool Effects with CSS Blend Mode appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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Your website is your online storefront, whether you operate online, offline, or both, which is why it makes sense to invest in professional web design. How much does it cost to build a website for a small business, though? On average, small businesses will spend $2000 to $10,000 to build a site. The cost to […] The post How Much Does It Cost to Build a Website for a Small Business? appeared first on WebFX Blog.
HTTPS is a must for every website nowadays: Users are looking for the padlock when providing their details; Chrome and Firefox explicitly mark websites that provide forms on pages without HTTPS as being non-secure; it is an SEO ranking factor; and it has a serious impact on privacy in general. Additionally, there is now more than one option to get an HTTPS certificate for free, so switching to HTTPS is only a matter of will.The post A Complete Guide To Switching From HTTP To HTTPS appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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