Have you found yourself writing the best content for your blog, but still not getting a lot of traffic? The biggest reason why this happens to your blog is the lack of SEO optimization. You will find tips below to help you optimize your blog for the search engines, and which are the most common […]
Anyone can benefit from having careful To-Do lists to follow. Having a schedule to follow can take out the chaos out of a hectic day. If you have many obligations and tasks to complete in a day, you need to follow a schedule to keep on track. With modern technology at hand, many people rely […]
If you’re looking to add some animations to your latest web project look no farther then magic css. Many different animations are supported, and normally I would point out a demo page for something like this. However in this case, I am not going to do that as the demo page is so shitty. I […]
Slick is a fully responsive, desktop and mobile friendly carousel, with CSS3 support (where available). After a brief look, it seems that it is very easy to setup and use. Within a few lines of code. Check it out on GitHub. Licensing: It is dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses.
How about a little April fools day fun. Looking for the perfect front end framework for your latest project? Look no farther then Bootstrap Foundation Five! Featuring beautiful markup: Here’s a screenshot from the main page: Check out the site.
<x-gif> is a web component for flexible GIF playback. Speed them up, slow them down, play them in reverse, synch multiple beats to a rhythm, synch them to audio, whatever you like. It fetches the GIF via Ajax, slices it up and thus let’s you do all of the above with a simple GIF image. […]
What is it? As you may have guessed from the title, it’s a rich text editor framework for the web platform, with patches for browser inconsistencies and sensible defaults. It has a very basic look, which seems to be very easy to customize (I haven’t tried it yet, but have briefly looked over the code). […]