Web Design Basics
More materials by author Alice Lagno
You can make logging into your site as complex or as simple a process as you want, but as you'll see from the tips I share here that now might be a good time to put some common sense to use, and stick to keeping your overall login process relatively simple.
I don't know if you've noticed, but October is already here. And this means Halloween is not far away. I have selected 30 funny and scary things for your Halloween party 2014.
There are definitely cycles in web design where things fall in and out of favor every few years. Using a full-screen background image in one of those trends that is coming back. And fast. As with any other trend, there are prons and cons of using it. Let's look more closely into them.
We love WordPress. And we know you love it too. In this post you'll find 20 of the latest WordPress themes added to our store. All of the web templates you'll see here are ready-to-use and professionally designed. And you can have a WordPress theme for every possible purpose!
The World Wide Web has come a long, long way from its initial days to being the transformational force we know it as today. The struggle these days is on how to make your site rise above the hundreds of millions of other websites out there, and have people take notice of it. Fortunately there are several existing, and emerging, web technologies which can help you create the kind of user experience you've always wanted your visitors to have.
Unless you've been living under a rock for the last decade or so you are aware that ecommerce has become an important part of the global economy. From the days of the dotcom bust, when one e-commerce site after another went out of business, we've arrived at a time in history when e-commerce sales are rapidly heading towards the $500+ billion mark each year. Learn how to design a great e-commerce website with this simple guide.
The world of web development is constantly changing, with new development, business and productivity tools being introduced every single day. The vast majority of these tools will prove to be useful to at least some developers out there, but which ones do you actually need to use, and which ones are just fun to play around with?