I’m a firm believer in knowing where that link is going to take me before I click on it. That’s why I like to use document icons to indicate what kind of document is behind a download link. For client sites, it’s a matter of creating a paragraph style that inserts an icon when that particular paragraph class is invoked. For clients with little to no HTML and CSS knowledge,
I don’t know about you, but I am always on the lookout for ways to customize WordPress, either with a cool plugin or just a customized template. Pixelita Designs uses premade themes only on rare occasions; we prefer to “roll our own,” since we feel that in most cases, this gives the client the best experience, bang for his/her buck. So here, in no particular order, are ten really great
If you design and build web pages for a living, then you probably have used a code editor. It is one of the tools of the web design trade. So you should have one that is powerful, yet intuitive and easy to use. We are featuring ten of the most popular code, HTML and CSS editors available on either the PC or Mac platform (or, if you are lucky, both).
In this day and age of instant gratification (do you, like me, stand in front of the microwave and holler “Hurry UP!!!!”?), it’s nice to know that there are still a couple of things you can do to improve your web site’s visibility and performance in the time it takes you to heat up a Hot Pocket™! So, what are you waiting for? Get that Hot Pocket in the microwave