I am sure many of you have already heard or read about the sleek NIVO Image Slider built using jQuery and HTML. If you haven’t, you can go to the website and check it out for yourself. The slider allows you to display images and HTML text via 9 unique transition effects.
This slider serves as a static slider using only CSS/HTML and jQuery. Today, I am going to show you … Continue Reading
Fish logo designs are typically used in two situations.
Situation one: Your product or service is related to fish – for example, you might be a seafood restaurant that sells fish or maybe your business or client is a ‘fish doctor’ (yes they exist – see ‘The Fish Doctor’ logo below).
Situation two: You’ve chosen to include ‘fish’ in your business name or brand because ‘fish’ symbolizes … Continue Reading
Whenever I am developing a new website or WordPress theme, I try and look for new kind of content sliders and carousel scripts (that can scroll images & HTML content). Over a period of time, I have bookmarked some efficient sliders that can also be easily integrated into WordPress if you have the skills. I am sure these will be helpful to both moderate and advanced developers alike. Here is … Continue Reading
Design studios, ad agencies and printing companies and, of course, web developers often make the decision to outsource their clients’ graphic design work. The most common way to do this is to use freelance designers or third party design studios. Often times, after making this decision, the actual outsourcing doesn’t go so well. Typically, this difficulty can be linked back to one of two common problems (outlined below in more … Continue Reading
You are using a neat WordPress theme with an image header but want to have multiple images that you can randomize on your blog? Here is how to go about it…
STEP 1 – Editing Images
Make all your header images that you want to randomize of the same size (dimensions) and format. For example, if you have GIF images then all should be of the same extension. I hope you get … Continue Reading