Responsive web design is something a lot of designers talk about as it is a growing trend right now, and with the increase usage of tablet and mobile devices it has definitely been an ingredient in the success of website responsiveness. It wouldn’t be surprising to see many big corporation joining the bandwagon and adapting their website to this trend. Responsive websites aren’t only enhancing the user experience when viewed on a tablet or mobile but giving them an experience to seeing an amazingly cool designs that adapt to the size of a browser.
Today’s post I’ve gathered 20 fresh & creative examples of responsive websites for your inspiration
It seems like every time you go looking for a new WordPress theme, you find countless roundups of the same old free and premium wordpress themes and while many of those themes are featured for good reason, you probably searching for those newly released wordpress themes instead.
So for this week WordPress Wednesday I’m featuring 6 Recently Released Premium WordPress Themes.
Bulletin is a simple and elegant “Tumblog” style WordPress theme perfect for many types of websites such as blogs, portfolios, photography, and personal use sites.
- Tumblog style WordPress theme
- Responsive and modern design/layout
- Homepage slider via custom post type
- Symple Shortcodes plugin support -social icons, Google maps, headings, highlights, buttons, boxes, toggles, accordion, tabs, testimonials, pricing tables, and columns
- 5 Post formats -standard, image, video, link, and gallery
- Threaded comments
- Post author highlighted comments
- HTML5 + CSS3
- .po & .mo files included for localization
- Regular updates
- Documentation files included
- Support ticket site at WPthemehelp.com
- and more
This responsive showcase psd presentation slide is a collection of different hardware screen resolution to present your responsive project.
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As web developers and web designers, we constantly looking at the sheer amount of new resources, tools and applications that we can tap into increases exponentially with time.
And here is just a quick look at some recently created resources that deserve your attention — everything from new CSS and HTML frameworks, things for WordPress, to some great jQuery plugins and some awesome apps that deserves your attention to some great news items that developers, designers and anyone else who like news about the iOS 6.0.1 update, the lanuches of GitHub Training or ColourLovers Creative Market and anything else I’ve missed in the industry.
uiji is jQuery in reverse. Instead of using CSS selectors to find elements, you use the same syntax to create elements.
WooCommerce is the WordPress eCommerce plugin developed and maintained by WooThemes. The actual wordpress plugin itself is free which is awesome and if you are more then happy to make your own themes to go with it, but if not there is a growing market of themes and plugins made specifically for WooCommerce. Today’s WordPress Wednesday post is a round up of 10 premium WooCommerce themes.
Sentient is a smart, innovative WooCommerce theme. Products are cleverly aligned using jQuery masonry allowing you to cleanly showcase a great number of products on your shop pages without any wasted space. Sentient has also been fully optimised for use on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones.