“Wish you were here!” won’t work anymore. Now, you can share your journeys and trips with pictures, social updates, blogs and videos. Make new travel memories with your friends and family and revisit them in your travel blogs. Find hidden gems recommended by other travelers or recommend that awesome travel spot that travel guides forget to mention.
Have you ever witnessed the night sky illuminated with northern lights? The beautiful emissions of light scattered all over the sky, painting the scene of a perfect magical night. While some of us may not have the opportunity to experience this wonderful natural phenomenon in person, you can, at the … Continue reading »
Sometimes, you may have the need to put your website into maintenance mode for upgrades. This would make your website temporarily unavailable to public access. You wouldn’t want errors to pop up when you are running important updates in the background, right? (Image credit: Aditya) There are several ways of … Continue reading »
Photography, these days, is a very popular hobby. You can’t walk for ten minutes in a city without spotting someone taking a photograph of something or another. Thing is, though, while more and more people are using smartphones as their main cameras, DSLRs still rule the roost in terms of … Continue reading »
Do you want to convert your PSD file to an HTML/CSS markup, mobile website or WordPress theme but hate the coding work or short on time? Skip the tedious coding and cross-browser testing. Let the professionals do it for you, while you go on a well-deserved year-end shopping spree instead. … Continue reading »
iWork was made free during the recent update of OS X Mavericks. With its real-time collaboration feature, iWork may even make you give up your default office suite to opt for it instead. However, if you have an Android device, opening your iWork documents on your Android device will be … Continue reading »
Google Chrome comes with a handy set of web development tools in the form of DevTools (The Chrome Developer Tools). In a previous post, we showed you a few basic tips on using DevTools like changing the User Agent string, CSS Editing, Changing color format, and moving the DOM. As … Continue reading »
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"I’d love to do creative work! But how do you think of all these crazy things?" It seems that creativity is magic, a mystical process, the secrets to which the mundane struggle to comprehend. So many want to be writers; so few actually want to write. When asked “where do … Continue reading »
A lot of us take our work (and live our lives) online now and the scariest thing that could happen is losing the Internet connection that we depend on so much! In situations like these, it’s great to have useful applications that work offline. These don’t necessarily have to be … Continue reading »
Having a hard time monetizing your blog? After spending hours every week planning, writing and posting great content, it can be disappointing to not make any serious amount of money from all your effort. The good news is improving your blog’s monetization and converting it into a moneymaking machine isn’t too hard – if you have the right tools.
Words! We just can’t possibly go through a day without using them. Yet, time and time again, we underestimate the ability of words to explain the abstract aspects in life such as action, motion or feelings. Fortunately for us, a few dedicated typographers have devoted their time to demonstrate the … Continue reading »
With the advent of high-definition screens, web designers now have to make sure that the images they use are optimized for HD. Skipping this process may render websites blurry or pixelated, leaving a not so good impression on visitors. One of the best ways to deal with HD screens is … Continue reading »