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This blog is regarding multisite setup in wordpress. WordPress provides the ability to create a network of sites by using the multisite feature. There are two types of WordPress networks- Sub-domains -- a domain-based network in which on-demand sites use subdomains Sub-directories -- a path-based network in which on-demand sites use paths Here we will setup a sub-domain based network, In this blog, [...]
PowerPoint slideshows used to be the boring part of a meeting or presentation. But now, with the help of cool PowerPoint templates, everyone can make presentation slideshows look more interesting and attractive, even if you don't have any experience in PowerPoint slideshow design. For this collection, we gathered some modern and stylish PowerPoint presentation templates […]
Today, I'd like to return to a subject that has already been covered in Smashing Magazine in the past — the topic of the print stylesheet. In this case, I am talking about printing pages directly from the browser. It's an experience that can lead to frustration with enormous images (and even advertising) being printed out. Just sometimes, however, it adds a little bit of delight when a nicely optimized page comes out of the printer using a minimum of ink and paper and ensuring that everything is easy to read.
We are knee deep into the real-time world by this point with so many applications working with live data. It's high time there was an explanation of all the events leading up to this point in a technological stance. So, here goes... These days, applications are moving from utilizing stale data from a database or data that's created on-the-fly following an event trigger in a live experience that follows real-world events. The first thing we think of when it comes to real-time applications is WebSockets. But, in spite of a lot of people constantly tossing around this term in technological circles, there actually seems to be huge misconceptions associated with its meaning and working.
Taking a trip in our Wayback machine, we came across our post for the best cameras for designers and believed it was time for an update. We wanted to present you with the best camera for creatives in 2020 in case you were looking to upgrade or even start a new side business. To get things started, we wanted to provide you with a handy shopping list for you to use before you buy your next camera. So let's start there! More Top Gear for Designers Best laptops for designers 17 Essential Tools for Designers Best computers for designers Best budget laptops for designers Best printers for designers Best monitors for designers Best tablets for designers Best mouse for designers Best earphones for music-lovers Best microphones for designers Best office chairs for designers Best external hard drives for designers Best monitor calibrators for designers Best pens for creatives What to look for when buying your next camera Sensor size Exposure flexibility and picture quality are highly influenced by the sensor within the camera along with the size of each light-capturing photosite on it. More light can be captured and recorded the larger the surface area of the photosite is. […]
When it comes to your brand, there are a lot of important factors in which will allow you to stand out from the others, in order to receive more recognition, thus more clients and jobs. In graphic design, we know that some of the most common jobs we receive are brand related, including web design, […] The post 15 Design Ideas for Unique Graphic Design Business Cards appeared first on Line25.
Being a student can be hard, even overwhelming at times. Most college students have to juggle a social life, part-time jobs, and internships while also trying to keep up with their education. Add the pandemic and increased digitalization to the mix and you have a huge tangle to sort in your hands. While students have...
Talk about digital coins, and Bitcoin and ETH come on the top slot. Slowly and steadily, Ethereum has gained a good buzz around it emerging... The post 5 Must-Know Facts About Ethereum appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
As a product leader at a tech company, I am a bottomless pit of need. My job as the Chief Product Officer at Mailchimp is to bring the product to market that's going to win in a very competitive space. Mailchimp's aspirations are high, and to realize them we need to deliver a substantial amount of product to the market. Oftentimes to many at the company, it feels like we are doing too much.
Low-code solutions have proven their value in the industry. Many companies are seeing increased time to production and lower development costs, but relying on these low-code solutions may mean sacrificing quality due to a lack of testing. "My belief is that the developer side testing, the quality assurance team type testing that is traditionally done … continue reading The post Low code cuts down on dev time, increases testing headaches appeared first on SD Times.
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