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    MyThemeShop : Quality WordPress Themes in Budget

    December 11, 2013
    MyThemeShop Review

    When it comes to WordPress themes, we have unlimited options. Depending upon your budget, you can pick a theme for $0 (Free themes) or you can spend thousands of dollars to get a custom looking WordPress theme for you. But, when it comes for masses, it’s cost-effective premium themes which comes as a rescue. I always advocated and prefer premium themes over free themes, as they are well-coded and comes with many features such as ...

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    Responsive Design & Responsive Content – Creating The Perfect Alignment

    November 30, 2013
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    Responsive web design (RWD) – is it only for the devices? Well, a successful responsive web design derives from a carefully planned approach related to content. Content is the cornerstone of the web. It is the primary reason why people browse the internet. But unfortunately some of the websites do not put enough effort into getting their content strategy developed and actioned. It is not easy to produce a design without understanding the content and its ...

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    What Is Google Web Designer And How It Can Help You

    October 14, 2013
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    You can learn and Master coding, but it requires a lot of your time, efforts and patience on your side. But every once in a while there comes a tool that makes the previous obsolete and makes everything look pretty easy. That is one of the tool we are now talking about, launched by Google, a free tool called Google Web Designer for the visually inclined and the non-technical to perform the daunting HTML 5 tasks. Google has ...

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    An overview of CSS3 Rules and Properties for the web designers

    March 16, 2013
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    There are several important milestones that have shaped the direction of the web designer. Multiple tools have been helping them to create flexible and accessible websites. One such important tool amongst all is the CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets). CSS3 offers enhanced flexibility in the presentation of website content. In a nutshell, it makes everything in a website appear good. It helps the designer and the developer to publish content in different presentation formats based on ...

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    Solutions to Make Your Fonts/Layouts Browser Compatible

    August 5, 2011
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    It is quite obvious that webmasters & web designers often use CSS to style their fonts – be it the post titles or the ones on the header. As far as I know, majority of the browsers including IE support CSS3 @font-face but, what happens if some unknown browser does not do the same???  Simple! You’ll end up in a complete mess of your layout. So, in this article, I’ll explain about the common issues ...

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    Blogger Resurrects Blogging With the Introduction of Five New Exciting Templates

    April 1, 2011
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    Blogger though largest blogging platform was facing the complaints of being bland and monotonous for the very long time and to counter the accusations a few weeks ago Chang Kim, Product Manager at Blogger had promised to revamp its blogger with the following words : “We’re kicking things off at SXSW by giving folks a sneak peek at our next-generation user interface. The new design is not only cleaner and more modern, but it also ...

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    CSS3 Tools to Accelerate your Website’s Work Flow

    January 31, 2011
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    CSS3 has been a preferable choice for website owners for many a reasons. If you are planning to speed up the workflow and in favor of CSS3, you may find following tools very much useful. CSS3 Please! If you love tweaking your site here and there, then CSS3 Please! is the best option for you. Basically it is a rule generator that works as a playground. You can make different CSS3 tweaks and copy and ...

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