The rss icon has become a symbol of “web 2.0″ and the new era of web design that the past years have seen. While designing, it is easy to overlook the rss icon and its importance to many buyers. All too often, the rss icon is one of the last things we “throw” on a design to fill in some content. Today, we will have a look at 10 creative and unique uses of the rss feed icon.
I’ve got wonderful news to share with everybody. Today, VideoHive will be opening its doors for the first time. For those unfamiliar, “VideoHive is a marketplace for buying and selling royalty free stock footage, motion graphics and project files including After Effects and DVD Menus.”
Many multi-author blogs have an ‘About This Author’ section attached to the bottom of each post – containing a link to the author’s site and a short Bio about them. In this post, we’ll be creating this, and also an ‘Authors Archive’ page just like the one at NETTUTS:
As web designers and developers, we have all come to learn many css tricks and techniques that help us achieve our layout goals. The list of these techniques is an ever expanding one, however, there are certain tricks that are essential to achieve your goal. Today, we will review 20 excellent css techniques to keep in mind when developing your theme.
We have exciting news. Beginning December 1, designers will now have the option of selling their psd templates on ThemeForest. We’ve noticed, via the forums, that there are many incredible designers that simply don’t have the coding skills to develop a complete website. In those instances, they can upload and sell their psd files for $6, $8, and $10.