Over the years of WordPress development, the default login screen design hasn’t changed and remains simple and clean that works on different screen sizes. However, when building websites for specific clients, especially for companies, it would look nice if you can change the color scheme of the login screen as well as the logo to match with the site’s theme, right?
Good thing, it can be done easily. The great thing about WordPress is that each part of the backend can be customized by just using the PHP functions.
In today’s tutorial, I am going to show you how to customize WordPress login screen the way you want it. First, we will change the logo and then the color scheme and the some other elements. Let’s get started.Read More
There are lots programming languages out there and each works to do specific and unique tasks. Each language has a unique set of keywords and special syntaxes for organizing program commands.
In today’s article, we’re going to take a look at the three popular languages: PHP vs Ruby vs Python. We will check how they work, how they differ from each other, who uses them and how popular each language is.
At the end of this article, you will have the idea which one to learn and which the best option for each specific task is.Read More
Resume websites a.k.a Curriculum vitae (CV) websites have been on the Internet over the years. The trend dictates that more and more people are into responsive CV websites.
These kinds of website provide information that makes it easy for employers to evaluate that particular person’s skills. This has a lot of advantages as you do not need to submit a paper version of your CV because it can already be accessed online anytime and anywhere.
Its purpose is to provide an overview of of the following:
- Basic information
On today’s tutorial, we’re going to build a responsive CV website using CSS and a jQuery plugin called Easy Tabs Plugin, a lightweight jQuery plugin to provide full tab functionality.Read More
One of the amazing effects you can do with today’s modern web design is to create an image reflection effect. However, creating an image reflection effect using CSS3 alone for your site can be time consuming. This might work for awhile; however, when you need modify the images on your site, you also need to change some parts of your CSS that may take some time to be done.
Another problem you might encounter is that it might not work on all browsers.
In today’s tutorial, I am going to show you how to create an image reflection effect with two versions. The first one is using CSS3 alone while in the second version, we will be using Reflection.js.
Ok let’s get started.Read More
Creating charts that look presentable can be a bit of a pain sometimes. Most often, web designers or developers use graphics to display data using Photoshop or Illustrator, which may take a lot time to be done.
To see chart.js in action, we’re going to build the following charts using web programming languages as our labels with their fictional data.Read More
Web typography has become even more popular on the Internet in recent years. In the past, this was ignored, but with the different screens nowadays, this is an essential topic that should be dealt with. These days, with the options to use Web fonts like Google Fonts and Typekit, you can achieve cross-browser, stunning and high resolution web texts without worrying the screen sizes.
However, with all these available technologies, there’s a key ingredient missing for typographers: Kerning.
Kerning is the process of adjusting the spacing between characters in a proportional font. Thanks to the power of CSS3 and jQuery, it’s now possible to structure a well-designed typography with complete control of the text and animation quickly and easily.
Today, I’ll show you how to create stunning typography designs with CSS3 and a jQuery plugin called Lettering.js, a simple, lightweight, and easy-to-use jQuery plugin that gives complete control on web typography.Read More
High density retina displays or screens, like Apple’s Retina Display, have lots of pixels in a small space that it is almost impossible see the pixelation, thus, displaying smoother images and texts. Although Apple offered it first on the market, manufacturers have been releasing similar devices recently to compete with Apple.
When using Retina Display devices, you can see that other sites online appear blurry. This is because of the low-resolution images being stretched to fill the screen that makes the site look disgusting. A Retina Display scales 1px to 2px, making the size double.Read More
As smart phones and tablets have become popular, more and more people are have been reading their emails regularly on their small screen devices. According to Campaign Monitor, mobile surpassed web and desktop client usage last July 2012. As the mobile email usage grows, web developers and designer must consider optimizing the look of their email newsletters on phones and tablet.
Email clients such as Outlook (Windows), Mail (OSX), etc. use different HTML engines. Many have some rules and regulations. That being said, some CSS might work while some might not.
So, in making an email template, it is highly recommended to use a different approach. Many email clients completely remove the head and strip out styles while some support a limited set of inline and internal styles for formatting. To many, an old-school table layout is the best way to go.Read More
Have you tried using the SVG image format? Here is an SVG tutorial to help you delve deeper on how to use this image format to your full advantage.
In the past, the only image format that was supported by all browsers was the GIF, an image file developed by CompuServe. Then came the JPEG image file, which offered lousy compression without the loss of details, but the size is really small compared to the GIF file image.
After some time, the aim for advance 2-dimensional vector computer graphics on the Web came into being. With so much competing formats that were submitted to W3C, SVG was finally developed in 1999.Read More