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Is jQuery still relevant?

I’ve been cruising the reddit listings recently and without much searching I found a staggering amount of “jQuery is outdated”, “jQuery isn’t relevant”, “I think jQuery is dying out”, “…forget about jQuery. It isn’t good for anything anymore”, “jQuery hasn’t been relevant for years in my opinion, it’s best to avoid a “career” that requires it”! Now, I think it’s fair to say: poppycock. But poppycock aside, the question remains: is jQuery still in 2017 (and as we join 2018)…

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Wholesale Baseball Uniforms – Where to Find Them

Do you need wholesale baseball uniforms? If you are looking to get hold of wholesale baseball uniforms to either sell in your shop or even for your team then you should consider a wholesale directory. A wholesale directory is going to allow you access to thousands of suppliers all through one easy to use interface. You get access to a lot of different suppliers and this allows you to compare prices and service. What can possibly be better than this…

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CC5 Overview – E-Commerce Shopping Cart Software Review

Could hardly contain the excitement with the long-awaited release and upload of the new CubeCart 5. The popular shopping cart software from Develion has long been a personal favourite for e-Commerce web design, as one of the most flexible, easy to use and stable of all the carts currently available Upon installation the first change to notice is the new skins which come pre-installed and there are 5 in total. As with previous versions of Cube Cart these skins are…

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5 Marketing Lessons We Can Learn from the Biggest Campaigns of 2017

This article was contributed by Richard Barker. As the New Year approaches, we can’t help but look back on 2017 and think that it’s been a funny old year, and that’s without mentioning the new President of the United States. The year has seen a number of inspirational, and not so inspirational (cue Greggs’ badly judged Christmas campaign), campaigns from the country and the wider world’s biggest brands. For marketers and businesses undertaking their own promotional activities in-house, how well-known…

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10 Best Chrome Extensions for YouTube Creators 2018

Whether you are beginner video content creator or professional maker, useful Google Chrome extensions help in many ways to you. Here are the best Chrome extensions for YouTube creators. Chrome Extensions for YouTube Creators 2018 1. WeVideo WeVideo is an online video editing software and it has chrome extension for YouTube creators. This chrome extension makes YouTube creators life much easier to create stunning videos. WeVideo Chrome extension offers many nice features for video creators. With this tool, You can add a voice-over to video…

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Find & Search Web, Interactive & Graphic Design Careers

In partnership with Coroflot, HOW is pleased to provide the Design Jobs List — your connection to the best design jobs for graphic, web & interactive design opportunities. Whether you are in a mature stage of your design career or are just starting out, you’ll find graphic designer jobs and careers from leading employers that are seeking to fill a broad range of positions. Take a look at the design jobs below, and make sure that your graphic design portfolio…

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How B2B Web Design Will Change in 2018

Over time, the online landscape has altered considerably, but that’s nothing compared to the up-and-coming trends that will shape the web design industry in the coming year. Keep reading to find out which trends will shape B2B web design in 2018. The year is almost over, which means it’s time to look ahead. Over time, the online landscape has altered considerably, but that’s nothing compared to the up-and-coming trends that will shape the web design industry in the coming year.…

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Launch Your Responsive Portfolio Website directly from Sketch (without coding)

🚀 Applied product thinking into my web development process. Design the content — think about how to tell your story.I printed out my case studies on whiteboard and experimented with various structure to communicate clear & in-depth stories. The logic I used includes: problem-solution-benefit; what-so what-now what; what-how-why. 2. Responsive layouts: created multi-layout based on device screen sizes, added animation to the page with CSS and launchpad animation tools.When building a page, I started with laptop layout, then went two sizes up…

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Web Design That Works!

Is the appearance of your website important? Of course it is. You only get one chance to make a first impression. In years past, that first impression would come from the attractiveness of your storefront, or the furnishings in your office, or the pleasant voice of your receptionist. In some cases, this may still be true, and those things are certainly important parts of your image. But in this day and age, many, if not most, and sometimes all, of…

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Menu Development for a Startup Restaurant

This article is designed for an Independent restaurant startup, and not an existing proven restaurant concept, or a restaurant franchise that is providing franchise style operating systems. In designing your menu, consider why you have selected the menu items and how they relate to your service system; be it fast food, fast casual or fine dining. Ie making a Caesar salad table side does not work in a fast food restaurant. The menu and your service system are the foundation…

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