For the past few weeks we’ve been telling you about the WordPress Bootcamps offered by LearnWebDevelopment.com. These WordPress Bootcamps have been so popular and sell out so quickly
that they’ve had to make a few changes:
- They added more seats to accommodate more students at one time.
- They brought in another WordPress expert so each student will
still get the same 1-on-1 attention.
But, even though this is their biggest WordPress Bootcamp yet, they
still expect to sell out.
Reserve your seat here.
If you are a regular reader you have probably heard that recently DesignM.ag acquired all the intellectual property rights to ZenTextures.com. As part of this acquisition we have decided to put the entire Zen Collection in your hands for only $29. That is right, $29 for over 450 high resolution textures! Get the Deal!
Every day we have people emailing us from Lost and Taken asking if there is any way to download a giant collection of textures instead of working through them one at a time. Here’s your chance.
Building your own custom portfolio website can be tough. Freelancers are often stuck looking for work and trying to land projects without prior experience to showcase. But if you can put together even a simple gallery of practice works, your potential clients will be a lot more impressed.
In this tutorial I want to explain how we can build a simple portfolio update panel using jQuery. For this demonstration I am using some beautiful illustrations from Nidhi Chanani. You will notice the webpage itself is very bare aside from the effect. This will make it easier to embed a similar page widget into any portfolio layout.
There are hundreds of brand new mobile responsive website layouts published every month. The trend has swept through the design world and taken web development to a new level. In the past we have written on some other amazing responsive websites and I want to use this gallery as another comparison.
I’ve put together 40 outstanding mobile responsive website screenshots from a widescreen monitor. All of these layouts will reposition based on the device’s window screen. You can accomplish this design style by using CSS3 media queries. Most of these layouts are perfect for inspiration as you can see how the different trends can fold together.