5 Ways to Improve Social Media on Your e-Commerce Site

Quality social media is important to almost any website, especially for e-commerce websites, as it can increase leads and sales, raise community awareness and conversation, find loyal customer bases, and potentially grow your brand altogether. Unfortunately, many e-commerce websites do not use the full potential of social media on their websites and lack basic social […]

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How to Design Your Content for More Social Shares

Anyone who has ever created content has a common goal in the back of their mind: Make this one go viral. Even if it ends up like 99 percent of the content produced every day, and doesn’t spread far and wide, you still want users to share it and spread the word. After all, the […]

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45 Amazing CSS Web Design Galleries

These few years, there are many Web Design Galleries sites erupting out on the net. It’s indeed appealing to our eyes meanwhile has also opened up another perspective on our routine opinion on websites. Now with CSS friendly, these websites are sure to be on the front end of web fashion. Here, I presented you […]

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How To Create A Simple Print CSS For Your Site

Print CSS is a Cascading Style Sheet intended for print documents when users want to print the web page for reference. It applies to document view in print preview mode as well, therefore you can preview how the print document looks like after you have made amendment on your Print CSS. Live Demo: Menu Bar […]

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CSS Frameworks: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Just like there are frameworks for many programming languages – CakePHP, jQuery, .NET – there are frameworks for CSS. The point of frameworks is to increase productivity and efficiency with CSS code. Many common practices done when using CSS are pre-defined within a framework to save the developer time and effort. In this article we’re […]

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CSS Pitfalls for Web Designers to Avoid

The stylistic language of CSS has been among us for many years, yet while it possesses the ability to engage and entrance our visitors with increasingly complex feats of layout and design engineering, poor decision making can affect the final outcome. While often due to a lack of awareness of the implications or from personal […]

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The No-Pressure Introduction to CSS3

It’s difficult to escape the hype surrounding CSS3 at the moment, yet it has created a divide in the community. If you read any blog post on the subject and it is flooded with comments by developers who feel they still cannot use CSS3 in their work. Rather than being encouraging the responses from the […]

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The Most Important CSS3 Properties Explained

It’s an exiting time for web designers. Major new browser releases are coming in very fast and with them massively extended support for CSS3. Especially Google Chrome leading the way and showing what’s possible with today’s technology. But more important than the parade of cutting edge properties is the fact that more and more CSS3 […]

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Infographic: Quick Look into CSS3 Properties

These days you’ll see a lot of infographics on the web. Infographics are a great way to illustrate information and transform complex topics into simple explanations. So why not make one? In today’s article we’re showcasing an infographic, designed exclusively for Onextrapixel, by graphic designer Teresa Sposato. Teresa Sposato wanted to create an infographic but […]

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