WCAG 2.2 Removes 4.1.1 Parsing and How axe-core is Impacted

Earlier this year, for the first time ever the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) proposed to remove a success criterion from WCAG 2. Success Criterion 4.1.1 Parsing ensures that pages written in markup languages like HTML and SVG are written in a way that allows browsers and assistive technologies to understand them consistently. Let’s take… Continue reading WCAG 2.2 Removes 4.1.1 Parsing and How axe-core is Impacted

How to Customize the WooCommerce Checkout Page

The checkout page is one of the most important pages on any eCommerce website. All the effort that you put into your website content, design and marketing will amount to nothing if your customers keep abandoning their carts and never complete the checkout process. Some statistics show that cart abandonment rate can vary in range… Continue reading How to Customize the WooCommerce Checkout Page

4 Best Real User Monitoring Tools for 2022

The success of your website or web app hinges on the user experience. A positive experience translates into loyalty through high user retention and conversion rates, which in turn increase your profits.  The good news is that you can discover exactly what kind of experience users are having on your website or web app. You… Continue reading 4 Best Real User Monitoring Tools for 2022

17 Fonts Similar to Oswald

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} Are you in love with Oswald’s clean, modern style? Are you wondering what font is similar to Oswald that you can use in your next project? Try Bamba Grotesk if you’re looking for the font most similar to Oswald. Today, we’re going to look at the history… Continue reading 17 Fonts Similar to Oswald

Exciting New Tools For Designers, Holidays 2021

The year’s winding down as everyone segues into a much-needed holiday R&R. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some awesome new tools and resources for website design projects. Check them out, and hit the ground running in January. Here’s what’s new for designers this holiday period. Enjoy!   Fancy Border Radius Generator Fancy Border Radius… Continue reading Exciting New Tools For Designers, Holidays 2021

19 Best WooCommerce Add-Ons for a Customer-Focused Store

Do you want to build a better WooCommerce store and improve the shopping experience of your customers? The best stores are always finding new way to provide the best service to their customers. This means incorporating better systems to make it extremely easy for customers to browsing, buy, and pay on your store. WooCommerce addons… Continue reading 19 Best WooCommerce Add-Ons for a Customer-Focused Store

What Is JavaScript?

Technology is advancing rapidly and web development is no different. New tools and services are constantly coming into existence to help you build the next big thing. It’s great to have so much innovation in web development, but it can be very intimidating for people who are just starting out in the field and have… Continue reading What Is JavaScript?

Exciting New Tools for Designers, July 2021

The dog days of summer are here. From vacations to pool time, you might not be thinking about work that much. But there are still plenty of new tools and resources popping up to help you become a better or more efficient designer. Here’s what new for designers this month. Haikei Haikei is a web… Continue reading Exciting New Tools for Designers, July 2021

8 Best Free Live Chat PHP Scripts

Are you thinking of adding a free live chat feature to your website? Do you want to give personalized live chat support that will improve your visitors’ website experience? Do you want your forum members to chat with each other in real time?  Fortunately, there are free PHP scripts available to help. Free PHP live… Continue reading 8 Best Free Live Chat PHP Scripts

Form Input Validation Using Only HTML5 and Regex

Validation of form input is something that should be taken seriously. With luck, nothing worse than garbage data will be submitted to a site which uses data from forms without proper validation. However, there also a chance that hackers will be able to compromise the private data of users who trusted you with their information.… Continue reading Form Input Validation Using Only HTML5 and Regex

10 Best PHP Chat Scripts on CodeCanyon

Do you want to provide real time, instant solution to your customers most pressing problems?  Live chat lets you have real-time conversations with customers and resolve their problems instantly. It allows you to provide faster service to your customers. Live chats also allow users in an online community to chat with each other in real… Continue reading 10 Best PHP Chat Scripts on CodeCanyon

How to Create Online Brand Consistency (for Email and Web)

In an economy that’s more digital than ever, one statement stands particularly strong:  “Brand consistency is the key to survival in today’s digital economy” – Marketing Week Brand consistency leads to brand recognition, and brand recognition leads to brand trust. Have you ever trusted a brand you didn’t recognise? The Challenge of Online Brand Consistency… Continue reading How to Create Online Brand Consistency (for Email and Web)

Create a Sticky Note Effect in 5 Easy Steps with CSS3 and HTML5

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to transform an HTML list into a wall of “sticky notes” that look and work like the following: The effect is built up gradually and works on all the up-to-date browsers like Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Opera. Older browsers simply get some yellow squares. Step 1: The HTML and… Continue reading Create a Sticky Note Effect in 5 Easy Steps with CSS3 and HTML5

Web Design Trends 2021: Designers Should Know

9 Shares Keeping up with emerging web design trends allows you to take on new opportunities, helping you stay ahead of the curve. By keeping track of the popular practices, you won’t have to play catch-up against other well-established designers. You’ll be able to show potential clients that you have the tools to make their… Continue reading Web Design Trends 2021: Designers Should Know

Uploading Files With AJAX

I can’t seem to reach the end of the fun stuff you can do with web technologies. Today, I’m going to show you how to upload files via AJAX. First, we’ll see how to upload files using vanilla JavaScript. And later on, I’ll show how you could use the DropzoneJS library to implement drag-and-drop file uploads. Looking… Continue reading Uploading Files With AJAX

Design with the web in mind

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Back button, URL design, keyboard shortcuts, and other things we often forget about. When designing an application, there are 3 major variations — mobile app, web app, and desktop app. *It’s actually more complicated than this, but we’ll ignore that for now. Check out my other post to find out more about the different… Continue reading Design with the web in mind

10 CSS3 Properties you Need to be Familiar With

We’ve already covered the thirty CSS selectors that we should all memorize; but what about the new CSS3 properties? Though most of them still require a vendor-specific prefix, you can still use them in your projects today. In fact, it’s encouraged! Web Development The 30 CSS Selectors You Must Memorize Jeffrey Way At the conclusion of… Continue reading 10 CSS3 Properties you Need to be Familiar With

LDPlayer vs. NoxPlayer – Which free Android Emulator is Better?

There are numerous reasons why players want an Android emulator to be added to their PC. You may be a developer seeking to validate any application. An Android emulator is often necessary when a PUBG player plays on the large screen. Android games such as Arena of Valour and Mobile Legends may benefit from an… Continue reading LDPlayer vs. NoxPlayer – Which free Android Emulator is Better?

20 Best Creative WordPress Themes From 2020

43 Shares Creative multipurpose WordPress themes for business, IT company, marketing, PC builder store, creative agencies, entrepreneur and startup landing page websites. These Best WordPress Themes are very easy to use, simply drag and drop elements to build a website. In just 1-Click, you can try out any demo that you fancy until you come… Continue reading 20 Best Creative WordPress Themes From 2020

10 Best PHP URL Shortener Scripts

URLs are rarely short and sweet. They usually contain multiple keywords and are accompanied by extra parameters to help with the tracking of different campaigns or incoming traffic. These long URLs with so many parameters can sometimes be off-putting for potential visitors. Therefore, it’s usually a better idea to use a URL shortener script and… Continue reading 10 Best PHP URL Shortener Scripts

Interview: Redesigning the Empire State Building’s Website

In 2019, to keep pace with an interior redesign of its visitor experience, the Empire State Building decided to redesign its website. Blue Fountain Media were engaged to deliver the project. With the new site launching, we spoke to Head of Design, Tatyana Khamdamova about designing for the world’s most famous building. Webdesigner Depot: The… Continue reading Interview: Redesigning the Empire State Building’s Website

Performance Tip: Use the Media Attribute for Faster Page Load Times

Sometimes web performance optimization takes a lot of work, and sometimes performance can be improved in just a moment. Adding the media attribute to conditional CSS files is an easy and quick way to speed up web page load times. TL;DR In short, if you add the media attribute to the <link> tag that calls… Continue reading Performance Tip: Use the Media Attribute for Faster Page Load Times

Axe-core 4.0 is Here!

Over the past few years, browsers like Firefox and Chrome have provided tools to better protect their users with advanced security features. The latest release of axe-core, axe-core 4.0 enables us to test accessibility even in the most security-aware environments. Improvements in axe-core 4.0 include support of Content Security Policy and has additional options for… Continue reading Axe-core 4.0 is Here!

How to Self-Host Google Fonts on Your Own Server

As web designers living in the era of high-speed internet, we have picked up the habit of adding external dependencies such as fonts from third-party servers, most frequently from content delivery networks (CDNs). However, this is not always the best decision. Sometimes, it’s still better to stick to your own infrastructure and host your assets… Continue reading How to Self-Host Google Fonts on Your Own Server