Elementor is a powerful website builder plugin that anyone can use to build attractive, responsive websites without writing a single line of code. There’s a reason why the free Elementor plugin has over 5 million active installations and an average 4.5-star rating. Like many freemium WordPress plugins, you can get by with the free version… Continue reading 10 Reasons You Should Upgrade to Elementor Pro
24 Shares Creating a good print design can be quite a challenge. Even if you’re an experienced web designer who creates all kinds of responsive design and is familiar with all CSS tricks, working on a print project might be quite difficult because print production and web design require you to use different skills and… Continue reading 10 Vital Elements of Art That Make a Good Design
PHP is an open source language that was created to make web development easier. It’s primary and most suitable purpose is as a web development language for creating web apps or APIs. You don’t need a complicated set of commands to create webpages in PHP. In fact, you can mix PHP with plain HTML in… Continue reading What is PHP Used For?
Dropbox being one of the oldest and most trusted storage platforms is preferred by many organizations and individuals as well, however, over the past few years, google drive has taken over and turned out to be more productive and diverse when it comes to features and services. The process of transfer dropbox to google drive… Continue reading Cloud Migration from Dropbox to Google Drive
It’s already time to start thinking about all the seasonal design elements that you will use for the rest of the year. That might be icons or illustrations or fonts. We have a few new elements this month that might fit the bill, as well as learning tools and inspiration. Here’s what new for designers… Continue reading Exciting New Tools for Designers, October 2019
Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however,… Continue reading Popular Design News of the Week: September 16, 2019 – September 22, 2019
Forms on websites can be used for a lot of purposes besides being a place to contact the website administrators. In previous posts, I covered how to create a fully functional contact form in PHP and how to build your own Captcha and integrate it in your contact forms. In this tutorial, our focus will… Continue reading Create a PHP Email Script and Form
Without a doubt, Quform and FormCraft are two of the most popular and highly rated WordPress form builders on the market, but which of these two giants is right for you? Today, we take a peek under the hoods to see what makes these form builders so special. We’ll identify the best features of each… Continue reading Top WordPress Form Builder Plugins Compared
Creating a website for your company, firm or organization is a very useful way to advertise and inform the users and people what your product or agency is about. But more important than that is making the people actually stay on your website to read up about it. You need to make your website’s homepage… Continue reading Useful Tips to Design a Website Homepage That Draws Visitors
Look around the web, and you’ll see that web developers (and their clients) love contact forms. And for good reason: they collect important information about customers cheaply and effectively. But so many of these forms are clumsily designed or poorly implemented, cutting companies off from their customer. Avoid these problems and learn to build better… Continue reading Build Better Contact Forms with These Guidelines
If you’ve ever built a form for your website, you must have taken a few minutes to scratch your head here and there. The task at hand can often be daunting, which is why a lot of people don’t build their own forms. Forms can sometimes take the back seat when it comes to the… Continue reading Create Your Own Professional Forms for Free with JotForm
Modern web design trends have evolved from archaic despots of fixed HTML4 layouts into the realm of parallax animation, flat graphics, and responsive layouts. This transition has been accompanied by a growing attachment to interactive websites with user profiles. So it should come as no surprise that login & signup forms can be seen everywhere… Continue reading 34 Well-Designed Signup & Login Forms
Introduction We’re living in an era in which the constant and rapid changes of habits and the increasing presence of technology in our lives is presenting very big challenges to developers and designers. The growing importance given to the design and development of applications that will be used on mobile devices with a range of… Continue reading Examples of Mobile Design Patterns
You most certainly know about Twitter Bootstrap – the popular front end framework for building websites and apps. It favors simple, responsive design, and comes bundled with a sensible default stylesheet, a number of useful jQuery plugins and an icon set. Although it doesn’t come with much else, Bootstrap is very extensible. In this article, you will… Continue reading 50 Must-have plugins for extending Twitter Bootstrap
Following on from our look at buttons in Zurb’s Foundation, let’s now take a look at custom forms and switches. During this tutorial we’re going to work on an exercise; a contact form which you can add to your projects or just play around with. Once we’ve built that, we’ll move onto other form elements.
Designing forms and fields in Photoshop may be boring, especially when you have a whole website to think about and to finish it fast. That is the reason why we handpicked the best forms and fields in PSD formats, which are free to use by you in your projects. You’ll find everything you need in… Continue reading 20 Fantastic Free Forms PSDs