I recently discovered that a popular WordPress plugin had enabled automatic updates without explicitly informing users. How did I find out? I received emails from each site where the plugin was installed informing me that an update had been completed. But it gets better. Over a holiday break, a colleague asked me to look at…Details
Do you need a portfolio website right now? There are a variety of online tools and templates that can help jumpstart the process so you can feature your work online quickly. This list is packed with options that provide free plans to help you get started. (Note that many do also offer paid options with…Details
Text messaging has become extremely widespread throughout the world — to the point where an increasing number of web applications have integrated SMS to notify users of events, sales or coupons directly through their mobile devices. If you’re looking to grow your business, a PHP text message script can be crucial. In this tutorial, we…Details
WordPress.com is where you go to use WordPress that is completely hosted for you. You don’t have to worry about anything but building your site. There is a free plan to get started with, and paid plans that offer more features. The Business plan is particularly interesting, and my guess is that most people don’t…Details
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Slab serif fonts can be used for a variety of purposes, ranging from general body text to headlines, to display copy. It’s a typography variant that has been used widely for digital as well as print purposes, and devices such as Amazon Kindle even use a slab serif as their default font. In order to…Details
Among the harshest realities of being a freelance web designer (and a human) is that we’re bound to make mistakes. None of us can escape that fact. Therefore, we may as well accept it. Still, there are major differences in the severity of the mistakes we make. A small misspelling isn’t quite the same as…Details
In recent years and changing times, I’ve found myself testing my websites across every browser I can readily get my hands on, but I’ve often wondered. What is the point in developing for IE or Edge, which account for some 5% of internet usage when they don’t support-at least easily-many features of engaging Web Design? So, is it *really* worth it to develop for Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge users? Who should we be developing for really, and is it worth the struggle to get your site working well across every browser especially when and if your target demographic isn’t going to be accessing through those browsers? Please let me know what you think and if you have anything you’d like to add. Tood-a-loo!
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