How To Use HTML & CSS Style Tiles To KICKSTART Your Design

How To Use HTML & CSS Style Tiles To KICKSTART Your Design

We will learn How To Use HTML & CSS Style Tiles  It’s nothing so complex or constricting as a style guide; thus, it gives both a place to start, and the freedom to adjust things as you go along. This does bring up a small problem with the original Style Tiles, however. They’re PSDs. Browser-based designers like myself will want browser-based Style Tiles. We want to see how this stuff is going to look in the Web, after all, and on as many devices as possible. PRE-MADE OPTIONS Several people have already gone way ahead of us on that front. There are pre-made templates for people who want to get started with making Style Tiles in their browser. Check them out: The Style Prototype The lovely people at Sparkbox created a responsive Style Tile template based on HTML and Sass. It’s one of the simpler options, as seen in the demo, but the code is well-commented. They even went and included optional scripts to make it compatible with IE 7 and below, in case your client hasn’t updated their browser in… forever. Webstiles Created by Namanyay Goel, Webstiles have a lot in common with the other solutions on this list. What makes them different is that they were built with the lesser-known (some would say underrated) Stylus CSS pre-processor. Compass Style Tiles If you work with the Compass framework, along with things like Ruby and Sass, try this one on for size. It can be installed like any other Ruby gem, so it should drop quite neatly into your work-flow. Interestingly, body copy can be “generated” via a Sass...
In the search of Perfect WordPress theme: what to look for ??

In the search of Perfect WordPress theme: what to look for ??

Are you looking for a  Perfect WordPress theme ?? The WordPress theme market nowadays could undoubtedly be described as huge. There are tons of offers and new options appear every day. Rarely has a week gone by without any “WordPress theme reviews” in my news feed. But when it comes to the selection of a theme for a specific project, such diversity provides more pain than one might expect. Usually, we just try to find a good looking  Perfect WordPress theme that suits the aesthetic of our project, and has some set of customization options. The problem here is that WordPress themes consist not only of visual goodness, they’re pieces of software, and should be treated as such. This post aims to reveal some factors that affect WordPress theme quality and share some tips to help with the search for and selection of the right theme for you. Why should you care? Wanting to make good use of money spent on a theme’s purchase is just one thing. There’s more to consider. Your project or your business is relying on it and becomes dependent on its stability, security, and overall quality. If you are developing a site for a client with a A, it becomes critical in terms of your final product and client satisfaction. The last thing you want is endless support questions due to the poor code and unstable behavior of the theme you’ve used. So let’s see what to take into consideration when choosing the premium theme for your next project.   What should be taken into consideration? Documentation: How well are the themes documented? Do...