Business Online

WebEngage Interactivates Your Website

February 27th, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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WebEngage Interactivates Your Website

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Your main goal in running a commercial website may be set to high profitability. Especially when you are running an online shop, you will want to generate the highest revenue possible, the more buyers you attract the better. In ecommerce one strong handicap exists. You cannot interact with the prospective buyer in a way you...

CMS

When To Build a Site with SilverStripe CMS (and when not to)

February 26th, 2013
by Sufyan bin Uzayr
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When To Build a Site with SilverStripe CMS (and when not to)

silverstripe-main Alright folks, we are back with yet another Content Management System review. As always, I shall be reviewing a CMS and assessing its usability and performance for creating a website. And which CMS is it going to be this month? None other than SilverStripe! SilverStripe is an extremely popular open source CMS that...

Design

40 Matte Paintings To Push You To Real Photoshop Artistry

February 25th, 2013
by Dirk Metzmacher
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40 Matte Paintings To Push You To Real Photoshop Artistry

matte1 Traditionally, matte paintings stem from the movie industry. Used as extensions of a film setting, they provide more depth to the whole scene and removing the limitations of a studio location. Today, with green and blue screen techiques, these paintings are still in heavy use, while - certainly - digitally created backgrounds took over the heritage from their...

Infographics

What Can You Learn From Web Design Of Fortune 500 Companies? (Infographic)

February 24th, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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What Can You Learn From Web Design Of Fortune 500 Companies? (Infographic)

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Don't you carry a positive prejudice when you hear the word Fortune 500? Hey, these companies are the most successful, the best of the best, the créme de la créme. And as they are so successful, probably everything they put their fingers on turns to gold. Now wouldn't they guarantee for an awesome example in...

Essentials

Create Favicons Online With These 5 Useful Tools

February 22nd, 2013
by Denis Potschien
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Create Favicons Online With These 5 Useful Tools

faviconeditor_xiconeditor-w550 Favicons are to websites what bread and water is to human beings: essential. They've been around long-since and will still be when we all have perished. Shortly after the inception of the web, they started their triumphal march. Nowadays, favicons are not long thought or talked about, they are just implemented like a duck takes...

Essentials

Photo Pin Lets You Use Flickr Images Easily, Cares For Licences

February 21st, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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Photo Pin Lets You Use Flickr Images Easily, Cares For Licences

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We all need images more often than not. Be it to illustrate that new recipe in your favorite cooking forum or be it to have that blog post look more interesting. It is not exactly difficult to find images around the webs. But there are strings attached. If you are not aiming solely for pictures...

Design

CSS3 Lifelike: A Slightly Different Box Model with {box-sizing:border-box}

February 20th, 2013
by Noupe Editorial Team
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CSS3 Lifelike: A Slightly Different Box Model with {box-sizing:border-box}

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The classical box model in CSS has never been the most intuitive. Thanks to CSS3, we now have an alternative to consider: {box-sizing:border-box}. This model has lots of advantages, especially when it comes to flexible layouts.

Development

HTML5 Server-Sent-Events: How To React On Server Requests With JavaScript

February 19th, 2013
by Denis Potschien
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HTML5 Server-Sent-Events: How To React On Server Requests With JavaScript

serversentevents-w550 You certainly know the XMLHttpRequest object, with which it is possible to communicate with a web server from inside an HTML document and have it updated without the need for reloading the page. Now, with the newly introduced server sent event, part of HTML5, we can even react to requests from the server side without...

Design

Photoshop Etiquette: Basic Knowhow for Designing The Web Using Photoshop

February 18th, 2013
by Denis Potschien
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Photoshop Etiquette: Basic Knowhow for Designing The Web Using Photoshop

photoshop-etiquette-homepage Adobe's Photoshop still is the market's most common and most popular choice for professional designers. Besides photography and print design, which Photoshop once got invented for, it is widely used in the designing of websites, too. The last ten years saw the product grow in functionality especially in terms of web design features. A large...

Infographics

Facts, Facts, Facts: The Anatomy of a Successful Resume (Infographic)

February 17th, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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Facts, Facts, Facts: The Anatomy of a Successful Resume (Infographic)

No matter whether you are seeking for a nine-to-five or whether you want to get that freelance job. It is always inevitable to make the best possible impression, be it on an employer or a client. How this best impression can be planned and crafted is the subject of a recent infographic. NowSourcing, internet marketers...

Development

New Tools: CSS-Preprocessor Roole and HTML Converter Markdown.css

February 15th, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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New Tools: CSS-Preprocessor Roole and HTML Converter Markdown.css

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Astonishing things happen inside the development community. It keeps pushing out tools at an hourly rate, where some tools become essential and others are never again heard of. Today we will be looking at two tools, one from each side of this spectrum. While Roole, a JavaScript-based preprocessing CSS language, proves immediately useful, Markdown.css asks...

Development

Lazy Line Painter for jQuery Animates SVG Onto Your Website

February 14th, 2013
by Denis Potschien
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Lazy Line Painter for jQuery Animates SVG Onto Your Website

Thanks to the canvas element and the drawing capabilities of JavaScript we can calculate and present graphics inside the browser. That way drawings can be animated onto a website. The downside is, that you would have to do a lot of programming to achieve this. If you are not into programming or simply want...