Responsive Design

Well designed but not responsive website

A well designed website doesn’t mean always that a website is responsive too. But first of all: What’s responsive? First mentioned was the term responsive web design, based on an article at Wikipedia about responsive web design, in 2010 by … read on

How to Add an Image to HTML Lists Using CSS

Adding images instead of bullets (list markers) to lists adds a nice touch to your design, enabling you to carry the design of your web site into your list elements. This is quite easy to do using the CSS list-style-image … read on


How to Create Simple Rounded Corners with CSS 3

CSS rounded borders are amongst one of the most useful new features introduced in CSS 3. Here we’re going to take a look at how you can create rounded corners to highlight a text paragraph for adding emphasis. To create … read on

Cover Your Risks on a Business Level

Whether you are running a graphic / web design studio, working as a software developer or profi blogger, or as a Consultant in SEO / IT your main focus will be acquiring new clients, fulfilling deadlines and jobs and getting … read on

Best Responsive Themes for WP Recipe / Food Blogs

Amongst some of the top ranking themes for WordPress comes those that busy themselves with the food industry, the topic of todays top themes for WordPress. An uncountable number of TV shows and Star Chefs, Restaurants, Recipe Collectors and Testers … read on

How to Change WordPress Header Image on Posts and Pages

If you’re using a Twenty Ten based theme for your WordPress blog, you’ll most likely have the advantage of being able to upload your own custom header images, not only for your default header, but also for each individual post … read on

Some have it, some don’t

Together the many mega designers that have the luck to be able to sell their ideas in their sleep, exists a less fortunate array of designers that just “get it in the neck” on a regular basis. This doesn’t necessarily … read on

Why Use Layers in Graphic Software?

… Photoshop, PhotoPlus, Elements and Co. Not to use layers wouldn’t really make so much sense unless you’re making a simple graphic or image resize. If you work for over time with graphic software and layers – the question you … read on