Brackets has not yet replaced Sublime Text as my primary text editor, but it’s a definite possibility. The quick edit functions are great, it’s always nice to have a color picker handy, it’s light, it’s fast, and it looks kinda purdy. I’ve used it for light editing, as well as a couple of code experiments, so I have a pretty good idea of what it’s like to use it regularly. I have a few issues, of course; getting the live preview to work with a local copy of WordPress seems downright impossible at...
WordPress is one of the most popular technologies in the history of the Web; it powers everything from personal blogs to huge corporate websites. The trouble is, with so many possible plugins and widgets, its rare to find a theme for your site that isn’t overcrowded with unnecessary clutter. So we’re delighted that our sister-site, MightyDeals.com, has arranged a huge discount on 14 WordPress themes by Array. These themes take minimalism and turn it into an art form, with straight-forward...read more
WordPress is the most widely used CMS, it’s employed to build countless websites and we can customize it to the max. But sometimes we forget about the admin panel. Clients love white-label products because they feel bespoke. So today, we’ll cover three simple ways to customize the WordPress admin panel to make your clients feel that they’re using their own dedicated CMS. 1. Change the login logo ... This is a popular hack in the WordPress community. It’s achieved by changing the logo CSS and...read more
One of the best ways to grab a person’s attention is with a well-crafted infographic. Infographics have all the qualities of the best online content: they’re highly shareable, they’re easy to dip into, and easy to scan, they give meaning to abstract data, and they clarify complex concepts. Infographics are one of the premium ways designers have of presenting facts online. So we’re delighted that our sister-site, MightyDeals.com, has been able to arrange this staggeringly huge 82% discount...read more
One of the most important lessons you learn on any design course, is that presentation is half the battle. You can produce awe-inspiring design work, but if you can’t present it well to clients, it wil be dismissed prematurely. There was a time, when designers spent weeks painstakingly photographing, printing, and mounting their portfolios in order to achieve the right look. Thankfully, these days, designers have an alternative; and we’re delighted that our sister-site, MightyDeals.com,...read more