Forms are very important part of any website, whether it is sign up form, log in form or comment form. These forms are source of interaction between your website and its users. For example if anyone is signing up on your website it will be his/her first experience working on your website and it is said “First Impression Is Last Impression”; if users see your sign up form very elegantly and creatively designed they will have good first impression about your website. Same in the case of all other forms; which play the important role in the success of your website. Today we have rounded up a bunch of jQuery Plugins, Tutorials and Resources which will aid and facilitate you in enhancing the beauty of the various forms present on your website.Read More
Bokeh backgrounds had become a huge trend from 2009 and shows no sign of stopping anytime in 2010 too. For those who don’t know what Bokeh is, it is originally “boke” and pronounced as bo as in “bore” and ke as in “Kennedy”. It basically means the “out of focus” parts of a photograph.Photographers sometimes deliberately use a shallow focus technique to create images with prominent out-of-focus regions. It has definitely caught on and is a very sought after effect amongst photographers and designers who especially love the textured quality of the out of focus bits. Enjoy this Ultimate collection of Bokeh textures, Please read the artist’s terms of conditions and copyright advice before using them in your projects.Read More
Competition between Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome has been intense since the day Google released their official browser. Chrome is the only browser to hit the market and became so much successful in a short span of time. It has outperformed Apple Safari and Opera in speed and surpassed the extensibility of Firefox. Many Firefox users have been flocking away from Firefox since Chrome launched its Extensions. Many bloggers, including me, have done the same because of the effective and multipurpose extension Chrome is supporting.
Today we are featuring helpful extensions especially for bloggers, which can make blogging a really fun and pleasing experience.Read More
In our first installment in the Tumblr series, we took a look at what Tumblr actually is, and what it does. The article finished off by showing 4 fantastic custom themes that have been created by some awesome designers for use on their Tumblr blogs. In this instalment, I want to show you 20 fantastic free Tumblr themes that will get you started on your Tumblr blog. Then I’m going to show you 20 fantastic premium Tumblr themes, for those of you that want that quality feel to your Tumblr blog, but with little effort from yourself! Here goes…Read More
The best ways to learn and try new things with Photoshop is to create beautiful wallpapers. The huge size will give you plenty of ideas to try anything you want, and there really is no destination to what you can create. I’ve compiled a list of the best Photoshop tutorials that teach you how to make really great backgrounds. All the tutorials here give a top quality final result and teach you some new and better techniques.Read More
Do you want to become drag and drop feature expert? Then look no further – this article is just for you! Mostly these plugins are written in jQuery, and they are super easy to customize and implement in your own projects very fast.
Why such plugins are so handy? You can give your visitors a lot more customization options, they can virtually personalize your website or tool to suit it better for their needs. And you must know – people love it, I love it myself!
Ready to drag and drop into this article?Read More
WordPress is a very popular blogging platform that runs millions of blogs. But, what if it doesn’t meet your needs? Just because tons of people use it doesn’t mean it will be right for you. Here are 7 solutions to help you find your own advanced blogging solution. These CMS’s (Content Management Systems) will offer you a lot of options and features – but it’s important to weigh pro’s and con’s when choosing the right system. Most of these work in the same manner; you’ll have to download and upload the files to your server (some need a database to work), and then go through an install and configure the system. Later, there should be some kind of extensions you’ll be able to add – such as themes, plugins, modules, sections – and a lot more.Read More
Diagrams are often used to help visualize something. What to do if you need to create a chart but don’t have a software like Microsoft Office? I’ve collected 32 online tools for creating diagrams, flowcharts, charts and graphs and all you need to use them is a web browser.
Certainly, you won’t need them all, but I offer you the choise to choose best from the best. Each of them has it’s own pros and cons, and I hope you’ll be able to choose the best option for you.Read More
Carousels are handy if you have a row images and want your visitors to access them in solid and really beautiful way. With jQuery opportunities this feature is made very simple and good-looking.
In this post you’re going to find different types of premade carousel plugins and tutorials how to make your own unique carousel gallery whenever you wish, find also some little inspiration at the end of article as bonus!Read More