What is Shopify? – eCommerce Websites for Designers

by Brant Wilson

July 9, 2013 in Business/Freelance

As I’m sure many of you are aware you can use Shopify is a online store platform. The reason this audience is going to be interested in their platform is because of the details of their stores. They give users the ability to design beautiful online stores. Designers are visual creatures. We rely on the gut feeling over the substance. Our intuition drives nearly every visual decision we make. Shopify has carefully crafted stores to give their user base some of the most eye catching and functional shops found anywhere on the web.

The stores come out of the box with lots of great features. Just to name a few:

You can choose from over 100 professional themes
Complete control over the store. They allow you to take their store and make any custom CSS or HTML edits.
Shopping cart integration provided
Unlimited hosting bandwidth
They’ve got pricing plans ranging from $14 per month to $179. See pricing plans here

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Make $3,500 Per Website Today!

by Brant Wilson

in Wordpress

Registration for LearnWebDevelopment.com’s WordPress Bootcamp is ending soon.

The doors close at midnight on July 11, 2013 so they can give each student live instruction and dedicated 1-on-1 support.

To join this group and learn exactly how to use WordPress to make feature-rich websites faster than ever before, sign up here now.

Why join today? Here’s why…

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Top jQuery Slider Plugins for Frontend Web Developers

by Jake Rocheleau

July 7, 2013 in Inspiration Resources

Common JavaScript techniques include Ajax content, dynamic forms, and modal windows. The content slider/slideshow interface has always been around but has gained a tremendous audience over the past few years. And with the continuing growth of jQuery it is safe to assume that more developers will be creating projects with an open source license.

In this collection I want to present 30 of the most interesting jQuery slider plugins. Each one should work properly with the most current version of jQuery and they also provide their own documentation. It is a great way to introduce yourself into the system and start building websites with some more dynamic effects.

iView

iview sliding plugin slideshow jquery

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8 Techniques for Mobile & Retina Devices Detection

by Rochester Oliveira

July 2, 2013 in Resources

Despite of the awesome mobile browsers we have available nowadays, sometimes the best thing to do is to serve content at least mobile-optimized. But in order to do this you need to first detect which visitors are coming from mobile devices and which aren’t.

Today we’ll see a few ways to detect mobile browsers so you can chose the best suitable to your needs, and give your user the best experience possible.

#1 PHP User Agent

When the browser requests your server the page, it also sends some data about itself, like post data, referrer and the user agent. We could test the user agent comparing with a list of known mobile user agents so you can redirect the user to a different version, add a new cookie, set a global variable to be used in your CMS, set a HTML class or anything else you may want to do.

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