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Who does not like clear skin? But few people are gifted with naturally glowing skin that is flawlessly clear. Everybody wants to achieve flawless skin, but not many of them are fortunate enough to have it. Some take makeup while others choose to use Photoshop to retouch their pictures and make their skin look flawless. […] The post 15 Tips to Get Skin Smoothing and Retouching Right in Photoshop first appeared on Line25.
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I've been a web developer for 15 years, but I'd never looked into accessibility. I didn't know enough people with (serious) disabilities to properly understand the need for accessible applications and no customer has ever required me to know what ARIA is. But I got involved with accessibility anyway - and that's the story I'd like to share with you today. At the Fronteers Conference in October 2014 I saw Heydon Pickering give a talk called "Getting nowhere with CSS best practices". Among other things, he made a case for using WAI-ARIA attributes like aria-disabled="true" instead of classes like .is-disabled to express application state. It struck me then and there that I was missing out on a few well-prepared standards, simply because ARIA belongs to that accessibility space that I had no idea of. The post Making Accessibility Simpler, With Ally.js appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
The August issue of SD Times is now available. This issue features an in-depth look at how the pandemic has changed the way companies handle hiring, the challenges of mobile testing, and why low-code is on the rise. … continue reading The post <span class="sdt-premium">premium</span> SD Times August 2021 appeared first on SD Times.
If you're looking for a different type of a font to make your design stand out, a cursive font can be a great choice. Cursive and script fonts aren’t new, but they’re a less common choice for many designers. This gives you a chance to use cursive fonts to add some originality to your next […]
To understand the significance of the Prestashop Add Sub-User Account for Buying module for your eCommerce shop, let me just quote a famous & popular Ethiopian saying. When spiders unite, they can tie down a lion The proverb is very much practical & keeps the importance in our everyday lives. It conveys a very simple [...]
You might already know about the CSS gap property. It isn't exactly new, but it did gain an important new ability last year: it now works in Flexbox in addition to CSS Grid. That, and the fact that I … The post Minding the “gap” appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Dee and Chris talk about “everything money-related” at CodePen. Dee has been managing this stuff since CodePen’s beginning. First largely pro-bono (sorry, Dee), then later as a side gig and part-time job. Dee is full-time now at CodePen, but finance stuff is only part of her role (programming being the main job). It’s a lot […] The post 332: Running the Finances of a Startup appeared first on CodePen Blog.
If you’ve used Embedded Pens before, you might notice the UI for helping you get the code from them has been updated: All the same functionality there, it’s just everything works better. I’m a particular fan of how clear the choice is now on which tabs to display by default (that was a bit wonky […] The post New Embed Modal appeared first on CodePen Blog.
The Widgets screen will soon take on the same look as the Gutenberg block editor. We take a quick look at the new block-based widgets. The post The WordPress Widgets Screen Joins the Gutenberg Era appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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