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Nowadays, almost everyone is on the internet. While some use the internet primarily to run their businesses, others are involved in jobs and tasks that require frequent exposure to the internet. And some use it just to spend time on social networks.
Ever since its release, Ghost has taken the blogging world by a storm. It has grown in popularity with each passing day, and the fact that it offers a customizable hosted solution has further added to its USP.
When you start searching for WordPress themes – free or paid – you soon realize there are a great many of them. You can’t try them all and it is a huge time-saver when you can find a good list of recent themes. Without any illusions that this list is the best, here are my 2 cents to save you the hassle to find good free WordPress themes.
Today you’re going to learn how to add a background image to your page using HTML5. In previous versions of HTML, you could use the background attribute of the body element: However, in HTML5, the background attribute is not supported.
Unless you have spent the last few years shying away from the internet, there are good chances that you are well aware of the importance and benefits of using a good Content Delivery Network service.
If you haven’t heard about Bootstrap, start by reading our Boostrap 101 post or visit the Bootstrap website. If you want to see what can be done with Bootstrap, visit these sites: Bootstrap Expo and Built with Bootstrap.
Making audio autoplay on your website is very easy with HTML5. Make that “super easy” if you already have an HTML5 audio player on your website.
If you are running an online magazine or a blog, the importance of comments can never be underestimated. In fact, even if you are running just a general purpose website, comments serve as a very handy tool to help your readers and visitors interact with you, and provide you vital feedback and constructive criticism.
With so many IDEs (Integrated Development Environment) available today, it’s kind of strange that many programmers don’t use them but code with a text editor instead. A text editor looks so primitive in comparison to even the worst IDE, so why do programmers love text editors so much?