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Here’s another site that offers beautiful and responsive HTML5 templates

(A bit more style than the boilerplate link I shared earlier today.)

They have many different templates you can start from and make it easier for you if you're not a designer, or don't want to design practically everything.

#html5   #templates   #responsive

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HTML5 UP! Responsive HTML5 and CSS3 Site Templates
Responsive HTML5 and CSS3 site templates designed by @n33co.

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I may have already shared this before, but I’m sharing it again because it’s…

I may have already shared this before, but I'm sharing it again because it's infinitely helpful for starting responsive web projects.

#html5   #boilerplate   #responsive   #template  

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Initializr – Start an HTML5 Boilerplate project in 15 seconds!
Initializr generates clean customizable templates based on HTML5 Boilerplate with just what you need to start quickly!

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Finally am digging into a book that my Mom gave me

Hey, it only took me 19 years to start it.

It's really heavy with information – I have to take it slow to really get everything they're saying. I'm only starting on the first chapter (page 7) and have picked up so much! (Granted, there was an introduction that was XXXI pages!)

Two of my favorite parts so far that I've learned are:

1. There are 2 ways to think of creating – one is sublimation and the other is self-actualization. With sublimation, you're taking your illicit dreams and are creating them in a place that's safe. (For example, if you dream that you have the perfect plan to rob a bank, you can write a story based on that plan and get the excitement that you crave from that and NOT go to jail for actually robbing a bank.) For self-actualization, it's the pure expression of your highest aspirations.

2. Meditate – clear your mind to create. I have always found my most creative times are just before I go to sleep and just before I wake up, so I'm TOTALLY down with doing this. I've begun keeping a creative journal of these times so I can pull from it when I'm looking for inspiration.

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Fearless Creating by Eric Maisel — Reviews, Discussion, Bookclubs, Lists

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Used this boilerplate this week and appreciated the quick development time

#html5   #boilerplate   #development   #app  

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Mobile Boilerplate: A best practice baseline for your mobile web app
Mobile Boilerplate is a professional front-end template that helps you build fast and robust mobile web applications. Spend more time developing and less time reinventing the wheel.

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Judging from my first blog post in January of 2008, I first started using WordPress…

Judging from my first blog post in January of 2008, I first started using WordPress at version 2.3 "Dexter".

The new version, "Smith" (3.9) is pretty snazzy. Thanks for all the good times, WordPress!

#wordpress   #versions   #history   #codename  

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WordPress – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Version, Code name, Release date, Notes. Old version, no longer supported: 0.7, none, 27 May 2003, Used the same file structure as its predecessor, b2/cafelog, and continued the numbering from its last release, 0.6. Only 0.71-gold is available for download in the official WordPress Release …

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Good tips to revive your WordPress website

Do you have a website built with WordPress? Here are some nice recommendations on how to breathe life into it again.

#wordpress   #maintenance   #testing   #updates   #recommended  

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CPR For Your WordPress Site
Putting up a WordPress site is almost a rite of passage for small businesses looking to build a digital presence quickly and inexpensively.  But maintaining it can be trickier than you might expect if you’re not a developer and can eat up hours of time you would rather invest in […]

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Here’s another interesting article from Litmus.com on Gmail’s “Promotions”…

Here's another interesting article from Litmus.com on Gmail's "Promotions" tab. It's going to look more like Pinterest.

Nice idea – and a good opportunity for businesses to get a better first impression from their recipients than just the "from" and "subject" text.

I am looking forward to seeing this in my own inbox, but for now it's in beta testing and I am not a part of that group.

#gmail   #promotions   #emailmarketing

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Gmail Does It Again: The New Promotions Tab | Litmus
March 26, 2014. Gmail Does It Again: The New Promotions Tab. [ 7 By Matt Byrd. Note: This post has been updated to reflect discoveries made about the new grid view after Gmail launched it to an initial wave of users. If one topic dominated email marketing conversations in 2013, it was definitely …

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