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Never worry about font sizes again! (Just use these)

Learn web design. A design book for developers & programmers | Design for Hackers A book that helps developers & entrepreneurs learn visual design. It debuted at #18 on all of Amazon. by @kadavy Learn design with our free email course » September 25 2014 – 01:42pm One of the best ways to establish a clear visual hierarchy, and create a design that converts, is to change the sizes of the fonts you use. Big fonts look more important, smaller fonts look less important. Simple, right? The problem is, you waste time and mental energy worrying about what font size to use. 13px? 14px? 15px? If you stop wasting your time and energy worrying about font sizes, you can start worrying about all of the other important aspects of …

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How to Do Link Building for a Brand New Website

FacebookTwitterGoogleLinkedin It’s done. After months of dreaming, planning, sketching, wireframing, designing, and developing, your brand new website is alive. But now what? Now that your website is live, the real work has begun—the work of building links and authority. Your website is only as awesome as it is authoritative. So, how do you take your shiny new website from its new-kid-on-the-block status and give it some link love? Don’t Do Link Building Like This First, there are some ways to not to do link building. Most of these are obvious, but let me just run through the basics. Don’t use a link network Don’t buy links Don’t exchange links Don’t do directory submissions Don’t be…

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WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 preview

WordPress announced its latest version of the popular CMS yesterday with the release of WordPress 4.0 Beta 1. Let’s take a look into the new features that it has highlighted. Previews of embedding via URLs This works well in the beta version, the guys at WordPress suggest adding the embed URL on a new line, in 3.9.1 this just leaves a link in the editor whereas in 4.0 this shows the video. This is instantaneous and a flick to the code view of the editor still shows the link URL. You can even watch the video from within the editor. Below we have 4.0 Beta 1 on the left and 3.9.1 on the right. Media library You now have the option to have the media gallery in a grid view as well as …

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Why do I love Custom CSS module in Jetpack?

Made by Automattic, Jetpack is one of the most popular plugin for WordPress. It’s not only used on WordPress.com but also on millions of hosted WordPress.org blogs. I did use it when it was first born a long time ago and wasn’t too impressed. But now it has changed a lot and what it brings to users is really powerful. I’m not going to talk everything about Jetpack (you can read a very informative blog post here). I will talk about Custom CSS module in Jetpack, which I’ve just experienced and really love it! 0. What is Custom CSS feature? If you customize a website for clients, there’re occasionally situations that you have to fix CSS or change a small bits …

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How to Add Subtitles to WordPress Posts

<!#wdsb-share-box.wdqs-inlinedisplay:none!important;#wdsb-share-box.wdsb-has_messageborder:none;#wdsb-share-boxz-index:-10;position:fixed;left:-999px;min-width:0!important;max-height:332px;#wdsb-share-box,#wdsb-share-box.wdsb-has_message uldisplay:block;background-color:#e6eaf2;border-radius:3px;border:1px solid #fff;margin-top:60px;#wdsb-share-box.wdsb-has_message ulpadding:0 10px!important;#wdsb-share-box.wdsb-has_message .wdsb-text_messagefont-size:12px;color:#8fa1b1;-moz-transform:rotate(-90deg) translateY(-6px);-webkit-transform:rotate(-90deg) translateY(-6px);-o-transform:rotate(-90deg) translateY(-6px);-ms-transform:rotate(-90deg) translateY(-6px);trasform:rotate(-90deg) translateY(-6px);#wdsb-share-box li:beforewidth:0;height:0;]>Titles, of course, attract a lot of attention. If you feel you need a little extra time for…

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