EasyPop is a jQuery plugin designed to be super easy to use as well as customizable. It’s main use is to display the title of a menu item or icon within a popup bubble.
As Web Designers it’s important to stay on top of the latest trends in web design. Inspiration helps us to come up with fresh ideas or build on the ideas of others. Let’s start this week off with a few awesome designs that caught my eye.
When it comes to building, launching and maintaining a website, there are countless things that need to be taken into account. There are companies out there that deal specifically with the whole process, with teams that work full time on maintenance. Fortunately for us lowly bloggers, there are tools available that help with maintenance, allowing us to monitor and even increase traffic to the site. I’ve put together a list of the tools I use to keep an eye on site traffic and to help increase it.
- Best viewed in Chrome and Safari
- Basic HTML knowledge required
- Also includes photoshop file
When it comes to web design I’m a huge fan of both minimalism as well as heavy imagery. If you’re a photographer, artist or designer, minimalism is a great way to emphasize your work.It allows the user to focus on a single aspect of the site at a time while still remaining visually pleasing.
Often times when a client asks for special customizations or animations to their site, I will dig for a jQuery plugin that accomplishes my goal. However, on occasion, when the customizations become overly original, I will need to put something together on my own. At least with the help of multiple plugins.
I recently came across a bug with Tumblr. Now this could just be the theme itself, I’m not sure. Whether you’re getting the same bug on Tumblr or something else you’re working on, this fix will apply to most sites with embedded videos.