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Big red hearts, teddy-bears, candles, romantic dinners, candy, flowers... Ah, the most romantic day of the year is nearly here. Now is just the right time to spruce your blog or website with the right decorations. We decided to help you with your decorative efforts and created an exclusive pack of valentine's icons.
There is a great plus to being a designer - while most of the population is frantically searching the stands with Valentines cards for something unique for their loved ones - you can easily create a custom made card for your special one. I collected 50+ FREE vector design resources to help you with that.
Web design is a fascinating subject to learn, but an unprepared novice might find it daunting. The amount of techniques and nuances makes it hard to find where to start from. I know even the most experienced web designers don't know absolutely everything. There is a number of very good web design courses on the web that are aimed to help you with that. I'm gonna show you the best ones.
Cross-browser testing is a critical step to take before a website goes live. Those who neglect this process risk high bounce rates, since some users might be unable to view or even navigate your web presence. There are many tools to help you with cross-browser testing. The following list includes free and freemium tools that you can use to ensure greater browser compatibility.
One detail you absolutely can not oversee when launching a new project is hosting. This article is aimed to help you a bit in making an educated decision. We will focus on one of the most affordable and reliable companies on the market - Bluehost. Find out about their services and prices and if it all fits your project.
Joomla has always created a lot of flutter in the web development community, and can easily be regarded as one of the most widespread content management system around. But even a blockbuster CMS with seemingly flawless execution can leave out rough spots that have the potential to turn into nasty burns for the said website. Here are some of the Joomla security measures you'd be wise to implement.
These last couple of weeks I've been reflecting on 2014. The year was full of events. We learned a lot and made changes. Let's revise some of those things we learned about web design this year.
It's become a tradition for every self-respecting blog somehow related to web design to have a post predicting web design trends for the upcoming year or summarizing trends for the ending year, or both. I was curious if the trends that were predicted for 2014 in fact became actual trends. Here are the results of my small research. Plus my predictions for the upcoming year.
Web Design Library is a rather old blog, it's been online for about a decade. Christmas posts are a long withstanding tradition of this blog. I've already published one this year. But since I haven't been working here that long it was interesting for me to explore what this blog has to offer. So I read all the old Xmas posts. I've gathered here the most interesting ones, I think you'll like them too.