In this tutorial we’ll use slick.js, a popular jQuery plugin, to build an attractive responsive image gallery. Here’s the gallery that we’re going to create:
When it comes to creating your business website, there are several ways to do it. You can opt for a site builder, you can have a developer design a site for you, or you can use a CMS like WordPress. While there’s nothing wrong with those options, they can be too much if all you need is a simple website to showcase what your business is all about and provide potential customers and clients with a way to contact you.
In this quick tip I’m going to introduce you to a simple, yet very useful tool called Hey Meta. If you’re interested to see what your website’s sharing profile looks like, and you’d like to make sure the meta tags you’re using are correct, Hey Meta is just what you need. Let’s dive in!
Clipping and masking is a feature of SVG that has the ability to fully or partially hide portions of an object through the use of simple or complex shapes. Over the years many developers have taken these abilities and pushed them in various directions. In this article we’ll take a look at some advanced methods along with demos that showcase clipping and masking to great effect. Let’s get started!
When you’re getting ready to launch a new website, a product, or a service, you need a dedicated place to send potential customers and clients. But, your website may not be ready to welcome new visitors yet. In those cases, an HTML5 landing page template is the perfect choice.
One of the great things about scalable vector graphics (aside from their being infinitely scalable without quality loss) is that once you know the fundamentals you can hand-code simple shapes quite easily, without needing to open a graphics application.
Launching a new website is an exciting time for your business. It opens up plenty of opportunities to expand your marketing strategy and connect with your ideal audience. As such, it’s only natural that you want to promote your website and use it in your social media profiles. But, linking to an unfinished website can make you look unprofessional. So how do you continue your marketing efforts and start collecting leads while your website is being built?
If you want to send out beautiful, well-designed emails using Campaign Monitor but you’re struggling with the design process, our new Coffee Break Course is ideal for you.
In my course, Optimize Your Website Without AMP, I showed you in detail how to optimize your website for lightning-fast performance without using Google’s AMP.
In this tutorial we’re going to build a seasonal advent calendar using CSS Grid, SVG, and a handful of festive cheer! Let’s begin by taking a look at what we’ll be working towards–click the days to see what’s underneath: