It all started in late 2012 and the early part of 2013 — WordPress Foundation requested that developers who are selling their WP-related works via Envato marketplaces should not speak at, volunteer for, sponsor or organize WordCamps. Obviously, things got heated (and personal) — you don’t tell one of the biggest communities of WP developers to stay away from WordCamps and expect no reaction at all, do you? After a lot of furore and debates, Envato eventually announced a GPL-friendly policy for their marketplaces.Read more
Today, we have something to give away for free and we know you’ll like it. The creators of Freepik came up with a big icon-set of 500 symbols and decided to make it available exclusively through our lovely Noupe Magazine. We share it only with our German sister Dr. Web. Read on to learn how to get hold of Freepik’s Web Mega Bundle 500. It’s easy as can be…Read more
You know it. A website should be self-explanatory, navigation should be obvious. “Don’t make me think!” If you need a manual to tell your visitors how to use your website, you’re a dead
man designer walking. This is generally true. But! Imagine you changed your website, but ever so slightly that your regular visitors won’t even notice. But! You want them to notice, because to you and at best also to your visitors these changes are a big deal, though not obvious. Would it not be great to have a possibility to gently poke the attention of your visitors to the right direction? Intro.js is a framework to achieve just that. It guides your visitors around the fresh parts of your website and has some tooltips at hand.
Of course it is advisable, no, mandatory to have your source code checked, double-checked and validated to avoid errors and to ensure standards compliance. Instead of having your project run through one of the many validators out there, you can opt to use the brand-new diagnostic tool by the clever name of Holmes to achieve the same. Holmes is a tool, that uses CSS to check your source code for non-compliant and invalid HTML. Here is how it does it…Read more
Each month, I bring to you a roundup of some of the best free themes released for self-hosted WordPress websites. Now that March has ended, here is this month’s edition!Read more
Long gone are the times where we had to code CSS entirely by hand. It’s already been a while since more and more little helpers started to get created. These little helpers usually cover one single aspect of CSS and support it with a more or less elaborate graphical UI for visual development in the likes of WYSIWYG. Today I want to introduce you to a rather new service from Spain, which comes to cover four basic missions every CSS developer has to accomplish. The service is called CSS Matic and its creators are quite known in the field of web design.Read more