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What is Reponsive Web Design

Responsive Web Design – 8 Critical Do’s and Dont’s for 2019

What is Responsive Web Design? Responsive web design is the practice of designing a page or site with a dynamically changing appearance or layout based on the screen size of the person’s device. In 2019 responsive web design is one of the most essential tools for anyone with a digital presence. This practice ensures users will have good viewing experience no matter what type of device they’re using. Perhaps that’s why it’s so surprising, when users are turning more and more to mobile devices and tablets, to find websites that continue to suffer from non-responsive web designs.  This past July,…

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10 Adobe Illustrator Tricks Digital Marketers Should Know

10 Adobe Illustrator Tips for Digital Marketers

Does the little orange icon scare you? Don’t let it. Check out the slides below and learn to love Illustrator. The abridged version follows: 1. Embrace Selection Tools The selection tool (black arrow) allows you to select a whole shape or whole group. The direct selection tool (white arrow) allows you to select an individual anchor point, an individual piece within a group, or allows you to modify a path using anchor points and bezier curves. 2a. Learn Shift + Alt… When holding shift, you can scale an object proportionately from a corner. When you hold shift+alt, it still scales the object…

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Custom Sidebars Header Customization

How to Create CSS Customizable Widgets with WordPress Custom Sidebars Plugin

We love a good sidebar. They can provide a dose of extra information, useful links, and easily accessible contact information. However, unique pages require unique sidebars, which is a problem posed by WordPress‘ default settings. Our favorite framework for WordPress is PageLines DMS, and they have a great recommendation to overcome this issue. The Custom Sidebars plugin. This plugin allows the designer to create any number of customized sidebars and assign them to whichever pages they’d like. Meaning the sidebar on your contact page can contain useful additional information, while your product pages contain sidebars with contact forms for questions….

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