Video infographic from the UK Direct Marketing Association.
Finally a Laravel-based CMS to play with. Would there were time. Pyro CMS version 3 https://www.pyrocms.com/
“What’s the breakdown for tablets by device orientation?”
On expected improvements to Gmail balanced against fragmentation in Android.
See it in its full glory on Behance and/or grab a stashed version of it here.
So when did Hybrid HTML email coding start to be known as Spongy? I get it, it squeezes down small but can only expand to a certain point, but LOL – spongy.
I remember first trying out Emmet when it was the Zen Coding plugin for Coda (a good six or seven years ago). Now it’s all grown up, changed its name and it’s built-in to Adobe Dreamweaver.
The basic component of the animation software used by studio that brought us Spirited Away and My Neighbour Totoro is now open source.
You have a multidimensional array where the elements’ keys/values are each on their own line. You want to remove all elements that have the same key.
Called Adobe Experience Design CC it looks like a melding of Illustrator and Photoshop plus UX tools a very clever “Repeat Grid” design feature.
Distilled info from this OSX Daily article: “How to Resize a VirtualBox VDI or VHD File on Mac OS X“.
Just include an extra “.dwt” ‘pre-extension’ in the filename – i.e.
D’oh. Still a PHP noob after all… Despite NULL and FALSE meaning different things – they’re equal in PHP if you’re not type matching. ref http://stackoverflow.com/
Add this before the Loop in archive.php: Found on wordpress.org/support
Google is bringing out a new email product: Google Inbox. It’s going to be a cross between email and task manager.
I’ve read a couple of interesting articles about the future of images on the web. The Picture Element from HTML5 Rocks Responsive Images in Practice on ALA There are two image problems that need solving in our multi-dimensional device landscape:… Continue Reading →
If you work with systems that can’t ignore Mac OS File System meta data…
The rise of Android and Gmail in the last couple of years has massively changed the email landscape and has caused significant deterioration in the visual integrity of responsive email.
…one work-around is to add an extra containing div and set overflow:hidden on that. (Found when using display:table and display:table-cell; to vertically centre content of unknown height.)
There ain’t no fool like an old-school-fool.