Web Design

Web design might seem like one of those mysterious arts that only a hipster millennial can possibly figure out, but that doesn’t need to be the case. Under the hood, web design is about learning the principles, inspiring yourself to take the right steps, using the right tools, and then executing with dedication.

5 Best Website Screenshot Tools (Tested and Approved)

Best Website Screenshot Tools

After much testing, we’ve decided on five of the best website screenshot tools on the market. Some have simple user interfaces with Google Chrome extensions, while others are built more for developers. In addition, we decided on a few free options, along with some premium ones. Keep reading to see which are best for you!

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What Most Web Designers Have Wrong About WordPress Theme Hierarchy

WordPress theme design can at first seem rather daunting; even for seasoned web designers. The simplest of themes seem to be made up of multiple files that are somehow interconnected. But the good news is this: There is a logical system behind the confusion. If you’re willing to roll up your sleeves and learn a little PHP, you can turn your static HTML designs into

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10 Code Snippets to Use Images More Effectively in WordPress

You know how important images are in the world of online marketing. I don’t need to tell you that 65% of the people who visit your site are visual learners, or that infographics are a tried-and-tested means of producing viral content. And you’re not in the least bit surprised that blog posts with images receive 94% more views than those without. So rather than going down

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Landing Page Basics You Should Know + a Twist to Get Even 1,000% More Opt-Ins

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Inbound marketing is where it’s at. This means that your website, whether big or small, should concentrate on generating consumer interest in what you have to offer. And trust me, this is no easy task because website visitors know this is your goal and want something in return for their email addresses, comments, likes and shares, and yes even their money.

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10+ Great-Looking Wix Templates vs WordPress Themes

Wix Templates

Wix is one of the most popular website builders on the web. I mean, it’s still nowhere near WordPress’ popularity (currently powering more than 27% of the entire web and counting), but it’s still a force to be reckoned with, and a platform that’s getting a lot of publicity due to their user-first approach and an overall easy to use interface.

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How to Create an Attractive Dropdown Blogroll with CSS

Dropdown menus are great ways to use navigation on your site without cluttering up the page. They can get annoying though, because they can be really hard to style. Most people would use JavaScript, but we’re going to use CSS for flexibility, speed, and compatibility. Unfortunately, this method will not work with IE6, but will still be more compatible than JavaScript. (If you’d like to see the final

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Make Your WordPress Site into an Issues-Based Magazine

Many of us might remember when news and articles were dominantly available on paper sources such as newspapers or magazines. These bunches of paper were (and are) usually organized into issues and volumes. For example, the New York Times on November 23, 1963 was Issue No. 38,654 in Volume CXIII (113). The days of periodical publishing, when every certain period of time, a collection of

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