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How to Create a WordPress Theme?

So, you are a newbie to designing websites and yet to know the tricks of the trade. You have always wondered how the websites look so beautiful and well designed. Well, the reason behind that is the theme and if you want to go deeper, then you have to thank the tool that helps to […] The post How to Create a WordPress Theme? appeared first on designrfix.com.

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The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Responsive Web Design

Table of Contents Grid Systems Scale Everything Down Consider Media Queries Getting Started with RWD Media Queries Responsive Grid Systems Responsive Web Frameworks Responsive Background Images Responsive Navigation Responsive Typography Responsive Images Conclusion The landscape of the Internet drastically changed a few years back. Before, web designers only had to worry about a few different viewing platforms, primarily desktop views. This changed with the growing popularity of mobile devices, with their various sized screens, and created a new set of…

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CSS Positioning Basics (Screencast)

A couple of years ago I wrote an article for a company called Thinkful on CSS positioning, which also included a screencast that I hosted on my ImpressiveWebs YouTube channel. The video was “unlisted” but I’ve now made it public, and since some time has passed I thought I would post the video here. It’s pretty basic stuff for most experienced CSS developers, but if anyone wants a quick primer on CSS positioning, this should be a good guide. The…

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Be’s 250+ Pre-Built Websites Come with an Awesome New Installer

You’re reading Be’s 250+ Pre-Built Websites Come with an Awesome New Installer, originally posted on Designmodo. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Google+! Be’s New and Improved Pre-Built Installer Remember back when it only took one click to install a pre-built website when using Be’s old installer? That hasn’t changed, nor would you want it to. You may also remember the hassle involved in selecting a pre-built website in the first place. You had…

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What You Need To Know About OAuth2 And Logging In With Facebook

    In case you’re wondering what OAuth2 is, it’s the protocol that enables anyone to log in with their Facebook account. It powers the “Log in with Facebook” button in apps and on websites everywhere. This article shows you how “Log in with Facebook” works and explains the protocol behind it all. You’ll learn why you’d want to log in with Facebook, Google, Microsoft or one of the many other companies that support OAuth2. The post What You Need…

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The Importance of Web Development Services

A properly designed website is important for the success of any business. A unique website has the capacity of attracting many visitors to the business’s site, helping to turn them into customers. Web development can be said to be one of the most demanding tasks because it includes developing, designing, creating content, search engine optimization and other aspects. The importance of website development services include: · Publicizing the business Today, businesses cannot grow their market share without having a properly…

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11 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently!

This article was contributed by Anna Marsh. Creative people always see things with a different perspective. They see themselves not for what they are, but for what they can be. History reveals how creative minds like Robert Frost, Kurt Vonnegut, Le Corbusier, Kate White, Wallace Stevens and many other creative legends continue their creative passion by doing things differently. Creative people have the ability to understand themselves, their working practices, their faults and express their creativity in different ways. Here is…

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CSS Ruleset Terminology

I was trying to think of the name of a thing in the CSS vernacular the other day. It made me think we should have some kind of reference right here on CSS-Tricks, as a site with CSS in the title probably ought to have! So, here’s the basics. Breaking that down… The whole thing is a ruleset. The curly braces and everything inside is a declaration block. The bit before the opening curly brace is a selector. Each key/value…

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