Mobile-first Responsive Web Design and IE8 Soon, Internet Explorer 11 will be released. Yet IE8 is used by 4.5% of our users, and we want to serve them with a great reading experience on our new responsive website. Responsive Web Design (RWD) can be implemented in many fashions. In our case, we chose the mobile-first way, which means that we enhance the experience depending on your device, on top of the lowest common denominator: a simple mobile phone (dare I say: a feature phone). As Brad Frost wrote in his article about mobile-first responsive web design: Mobile-First Responsive Web Design is a combination of philosophies/strategies, and ultimately boils down to a broader application of good ol'™ web best practices.
Problem with email notification in Woocommerce Hi, im having a big problem with my wordpress websites. Last night i was working on vapist.com.au its a woocommerce website, the problem was woocommerce/wordpress doesnt send any email for register new user, new order etc. i have tried everything i know, change the email address, setup smtp email plugin etc. its not working. The funny thing is, if add a new user myself from wp-admin i receive email notification from email@example.com but i didnt write this email anywhere. And this morning i tried my other wordpress websites on same hosting, as lost mypassword on wp-login page, and they all dont work. So my all wordpress websites do not send email for reset password/new user/new order.
Web browser engine A web browser engine (sometimes called layout engine or rendering engine) is a software component that takes marked up content (such as HTML, XML, image files, etc.) and formatting information (such as CSS, XSL, etc.) and displays the formatted content on the screen. It draws on the content area of a window, which is displayed on a monitor or a printer. A layout engine is typically embedded in web browsers, e-mail clients, e-book readers, on-line help systems or other applications that require the displaying (and editing) of web content. Engines may wait for all data to be received before rendering a page, or may begin rendering before all data is received.
How to Build a Three Line Menu for a Responsive Website in jQuery Our goal is to build a “three line” or “3 line” (☰) menu for a responsive website. We want to do this without adding additional markup to the page. Any additional markup we want to include must be added dynamically. We’re going to use jQuery to help us out. How to become an awesome designer in 365 days One of the old saying that motivate me is “Practice makes perfect”. Proverbs can be a bit of a cliché, but in some cases they can be true. I am a workaholic by nature, which obviously has its good and bad sides. One of the good sides is that I can’t stand still, and just do nothing all day long. On the other side, working without rest and a clear goal can often be demotivating, not to mention exhausting. That’s why I decided to trust the good old saying and try to improve myself.
Comparison of web browser engines Usage share as of 2013 by percent of layout engines/web browsers. The following tables compare general and technical information for a number of layout engines. While these are mainly used in web browsers, they are also used in email clients for rendering HTML email, and used to render EPUB e-books, for example. This article is not all-inclusive—please see individual "Comparison of layout engine" articles for detailed comparisons of HTML5 feature support, CSS feature support, and the like. Unless otherwise specified in footnotes, comparisons are based on the stable versions without any add-ons, extensions or external programs. General information
HTML5 Essentials and Good Practices HTML5, together with CSS3 and responsive design are the new buzz around web technologies these days. This article will help you get started using HTML5 on your projects today and show you some good practices to put what you learned to good use. Lets see a typical HTML5 page markup: <!doctype html><html><head><title></title></head><body><header><h1></h1><nav><ul><li><a href="#">link 1</a></li><li><a href="#">link 2</a></li><li><a href="#">link 3</a></li></ul></nav></header><section><article><hgroup><h1>Post title</h1><h2>Subtitle and info</h2></hgroup><p>Content goes here.