Avoiding Three Common Design Pitfalls in eCommerce


Good design drives sales. This philosophy defines eCommerce more than any other, with the exception of the actual quality of the items sold. As obvious as it sounds, it is not as widely implemented as it should be. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that the maturing eCommerce market, which has more than doubled in size between 2005 and 2014 in the United States alone, became a highly competitive market sector, where every mistake costs you revenue. The worst part? Design errors are a problem that can be sidestepped altogether without a lot of effort on your part. All you need is a bit of research into what are the common mistakes – and how to avoid them.

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3D Style Image Thumbnails


We all know that image thumbnails are pretty boring until they have some neat hover effect on them, or some kind of jazzy animation before the user clicks on them. So, here is a tutorial which uses CSS3 to achieve a 3D hover effect on the image thumbnails. It certainly looks neat. If you don’t believe me, read the tutorial and check out the demo yourself!

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Free Hand Drawn Set of 400 Icons for Projects


We love free icons. Don’t we? So for all the icon lovers out there, here is a brand new release of 400 Hand Drawn Icons that are free to use in your personal and commercial projects. The Icon Set has been provided by exclusively for the readers of Blog Oh! Blog.

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How to Make a CSS3 Polaroid Gallery

CSS3 has really empowered the web developer to add beauty, interactivity and animation to his web pages. The dependency on JavaScript for simple effects has reduced to a great level with the arrival of CSS3.

Just to showcase the power of CSS3, lets learn how to make a Polaroid style image gallery using CSS3 and HTML5.

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How to Make a Cool Slider Using Only CSS3 & HTML


If we talk about Image Sliders, there are multiple times when you are confused and wondering as to which Image Slider to integrate in your website. Usually, people go on the Internet, search for a Image Slider script that most probably suits their taste, download it, and try to integrate it. Almost all of these Image Sliders are built using CSS, HTML and one or the other JavaScript libraries like JQuery. If you are not very experienced with such a task, you may have a very hard time to make the Slider look and behave like you want it to do. And if you are trying to integrate this into WordPress, you will go through hell if some plugin conflicts with your Slider scripts.

So, today I will show you how to make a cool looking Image Slider using only CSS3 and HTML. You can forget about using any kind of JavaScript or any conflicts with your existing plugins.

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