Great news! Our friends from ThemeFuse are going to share three premium WordPress themes licenses with three winners here on our site.
Undoubtedly, you already have WordPress on your blog or site. Perhaps you have not yet had the chance to afford a premium theme, though. Or maybe you just haven’t found one that you are a big fan of. That’s fine, though, as three lucky winners today will get to browse ThemeFuse’s library and pick a theme of their choice for free.
The Web is swarming with elementary website builders that promise to help anyone set up an online presence in a matter of minutes. However, 74% of sites are not being fashioned with these platforms, because they don’t have what it takes to satisfy clients with high standards. Therefore, the task of creating and publishing unique installments is appointed to web designers and web developers, who usually team up and invest a lot of energy in coding.
A mobile website design is vital to companies whose main goal is to reach all potential users of the WorldWideWeb.
It has become a necessity in today’s generation of extensive mobile use, which debunks arguments of it being merely a fad. Instead, analysts believe that the future of the internet will be tremendously dominated by mobile browsing.
We hear and say it all the time, the Internet is a great resource. This is certainly true but it can also be this black hole where you spend the bulk of your time searching only to come back to life several hours later. As you already know, the average writer spends between 50 and 70 percent of their time on the Internet.
This is can be cool if you are only there to watch Brittana GIFs, but the web can be an endless abyss that will easily overwhelm you. For this reason, there are a number of tools you can use to manage how you use the Internet and get the best use out of it as a writer.
Web design is evolving. Designers are ideating innovative design concepts to cut on the renderability issues, optimize load times and make sites search friendly.
Web design’s new ‘buzz words’ are concepts like responsive, scalable and adaptive layouts.
However, there has been a great debate between the responsive and adaptive layouts, so how should designers, and clients, differentiate these methods and apply them for a website template?
I`m a big fan of Envato community. If you don`t know them yet, they`re a group of enthusiasts who run and manage tens of websites dedicated to digital stuff. I`m sure you heard about PsdTuts or ThemeForest. Yep, they`re the people behind these platforms.
The Envato Marketplaces are home to thousands of talented designers, developers and creators of all kinds, who sell a huge range of digital goods and assets. The largest of the Envato Marketplaces is ThemeForest, home to WordPress themes, website, email and eCommerce templates.
The days when WordPress was just a blogging platform are long gone. Its CMS capabilities transformed it into the most popular solution for building a website. Nowadays, WordPress can serve the most diverse websites: blogs and magazine websites, obviously; websites for restaurants and hotels; video platforms; websites for music bands.
You can even build eCommerce websites using WordPress and this is exactly the niche we`ll be talking about today!
TimeLog is a free coming soon template, perfect for your coming soon websites! Its purpose is to create a bound and make a lasting impression to your website visitors. It can be used as an under construction/coming soon template, but also as a maintenance mode page.
Nowadays it`s important to show to your website visitors, being they simple users, prospects or clients, that you care about them. Therefore, every detail counts. A coming soon template is the perfect tool of adding a bit of professionalism to your projects!
Staying interested in your blog can sometimes be a challenge. Struggling to write posts is a common phenomenon, but bloggers rarely admit to it. There are many reasons why your interest might be waning – you could be suffering from writer’s block, or you could have chosen a narrow topic which is too limited.
Follow these tried and tested tips to help rekindle your passion for your blog!
Personally, I’ve always enjoyed rich user experiences on the web where I could see how much effort creating something must have taken. The minimalist trend was never entirely my thing, although I don’t have a reasonable explanation for this. It’s just my own take on web design.
But rich user experiences are not about building 100%-Flash powered sites anymore. In this day and age, the results (as in monetary results) are what matters most for almost all websites, and having something that’s visually attractive is only #2 or #3 on the list.