Tuesday, October 29, 2013

iPhone 5 & iPhone 5S WallPaper for Halloween.

Halloween is coming in two days. Have you get ready for Halloween clothes and candies? Who do you want to be made up this year? Your friends and family must be expecting for the holiday. And for the candies, you can take a look at my Pinterest account for delicious food. And today, I'd like to share Halloween iPhone 5/5S/5C wallpapers for you.





Hope there's at lest one you like.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Responsive & E-Commerce WordPress Theme Recommendation: Themetify.

Recently, I have found an easy-handled WordPress Theme for E-Commerce website design. The key features of it is able to make websites with tons of options such as: 4 Menu Styles, Unlimited Colors, 600 Google Fonts and Custom Widgets. The name of it is Themetify.  Today, I'd like to recommend this powerful responsive E-commerce WordPress Theme to all of you with details.

Themetify is designed with HTML5 and CSS3 to create responsive website with lots of possibilities. It is simple, responsive and highly customize. It is able to generate any kinds of websites you need with it. Here are the detail features for Themetify.
1. Drag and Drop Builder: Making your website with drag and drop the modules, you do not need to know much about codes for the frame layout. Make website design much simpler and easier.
2. Responsive Design: With this WordPress Theme, your sites would be compatible not only for laptop, but also other portable devices such as iPad, iPhone, Galaxy Tablet and more.
3. 4 Menu Style Options: Themetify provides users 4 different styles of menu. Each of them is well-designed by the designers, So you can find at lest one you like.
4. Unlimited Colors: You are allowed to pick any color you like to design your site with Themetify.
5. 600+ Google fonts: More than 600 Google fonts are available for your website design.
6. Powerful Shortcodes: It would not matter if you do not how to write HTML codes for websites. Themetify gives you another way to design your site. There are many examples for the shortcodes, choose the one your prefer to create your own site.
7. Custom Widgets: Contact Form, Contact Info, Flickr Gallery Widget, Popular Posts, Recent Posts, Shortcodes, Social Network, Tabs, and Tweets and more.

The features are amazing, aren't they? And there are more features on Magictheme if you want to know about Themetify. Hope this E-commerce WordPress Theme would be what you want.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

iPad Mini with Retina Display is coming in late November.

Apple has debuted a new iPad Mini, it is not called as people thought, it called iPad Mini with Retina Display. The new tablet will obviously feature a much-requested 2,048x1,536-pixel Retina Display, comes in space gray and silver, and houses Apple's A7 chip, last seen in the iPhone 5S.

It ships in late November, starting at $399 for 16GB of storage for the Wi-Fi version, continuing to $499 for 32GB, $599 for 64GB, and $699 for the brand-new 128GB configuration. Cellular Minis start at $529 for 16GB and from there it's $629 for 32GB, $729 for 64GB, and finally a whopping $829 for 128GB.

That's a surprisingly high starting price given that the first-generation iPad Mini debuted at $329. I guess Apple feels the new display is worth the hike. Incidentally, the old iPad Mini now gets a price slash to $299 for 16GB of storage.

The new tablet feels exactly like the first-generation iPad Mini. This is a good thing, since the first Mini has a near perfect feel.

However, while it feels great, it's all about that screen. And given the Mini's smaller 7.9-inch size, it looks even sharper than the full-size iPad Air. But to take advantage of the new pixel-dense screen, you will be paying up over last year's Mini. It's gorgeous, though, so I'd imagine the new premium will definitely be worth it to some people.

Apple says the new iPad Mini is four times faster than last year's model and has eight times the graphics performance, while still providing a purported 10 hours of battery life.

While that's good and all, the first-generation iPad Mini isn't exactly a performance monster, especially in the gaming department. And -- based on these specs -- I'm expecting identical gaming performance to the iPhone 5S, which makes me a bit disappointed.

I fully expect the Kindle Fire HDX 7 to continue its reign as the most graphically impressive small tablet. At least in benchmarks, that is. Actual games performance might be a different story. We won't know until we've spent some quality time with the new Mini.

Other new features include MIMO Wi-Fi and -- on the LTE model -- support for extended LTE bands. That should equal even faster Wi-Fi performance and better and faster cellular coverage.

A new version of the iPad Smart Case -- think of it as a smart cover that surrounds the entire tablet -- now for the Mini, will be released at $69.

Original News Come from Cnet.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Top 10 Free Responsive Website Design Testing Tools.

Once you want to generate a website, the site must be a responsive one. We have already discuss that why we need to make our websites responsive and how to make our websites responsive. This tutorial today would recommend best tools for checking your sites to make sure whether they are responsive or not.

1. Responsive Design Bookmarklet

Responsive Design Bookmarklet is a handy tool for responsive design testing. You simply need to drag the bookmarklet above your bookmarks bar and it will be applied in your browser. How it works : Firstly, Toggle a fake keyboard to see how much space is visible when users are entering data in forms. There after Toggle CSS Refresh.
When you save a CSS-file, the changes are directly implemented, without any need of refreshing the browser you are working in. Lastly, close the bookmarklet and return to the current page. This lets you preview the current page on screen widths that fits the size of tablets and smartphones.

2. jResize Plugin

jResize is a responsive web development tool, built in jQuery for assisting the workflow of developers on responsive projects. Embedded in the page are iframes at different widths. So, it becomes quite easy to resize your HTML within your browser. All you have to do is download this cool tool and when you click the width you want, the size changes accordingly.

3. resizeMyBrowser
resizeMyBrowser is a tool for responsive web design that allows you to choose the dimensions of your browser for testing. Users can choose between 15 different presets or enter their own custom screen sizes.

4. Screenqueri.es
Screenqueri.es is a pixel perfect responsive design testing tool that lets you test your responsive design on 30 different device resolutions presets or check with custom resolution by resizing window.

The Responsive Calculator is a tool that makes it easy for the designers easy way to convert pixel to percent in a given context.  It helps you turn your PSD pixel perfection into the start of your responsive website. Simple click does the needful.

Screenfly  by QuirkTools is an online digital device simulator tool that lets users view their responsive website in different devices viz. desktop, tablet, mobile or TV. It is easy to use and as mentioned gives you a wide variety of options like visualization on variously sized desktop monitors and on a virtual television screen. Besides it has options to enable or disable scrolling or even to rotate the display.

Responsinator is a cool tool/an online portal that lets you preview your web page on smartphones and tablets in both portrait and landscape mode. Besides, Responsinator gives you a realistic experience of viewing your site on multiple screens. Just enter a URL and preview it on an iPhone, iPad, Kindle, and other Android phones.

Viewport resizer is a browser-based tool that lets users test any website’s responsiveness. Users simply need to save the bookmarklet, go to the page they want to test, click on the created bookmarklet and check all type of screen resolutions of the page.

This is a simple and helpful tool that asks you to enter the URL of the site/page that you want to test and then select the device of your choice.

Developed by Edward Cant, ReView is a dynamic viewport system that provides efficient responsive web design viewing choice. Users can opt from ‘Opt-In’ and ‘Opt-Out’ responsive design states.

Original Source From: http://thedesignblitz.com/

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Latest Rumours for Google Android 4.4 KitKat.

What are the most popular phones recently? Except for iPhone, the most answers must be Samsung Android phones including, Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S3 and more. Android OS have the biggest marketing in the mobile market. There are many Android users are expecting for the new Android 4.4 OS which named KitKat.

When KitKat will release?
KitKat is expected to ship with the Google Nexus 5 smartphone first, and then later come to other Nexus devices via over-the-air updates.
If history is an indicator, the most recent Nexus 4, Nexus 7 2013, and Nexus 10 devices, as well the previous generation Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7 2012 to pick up the release first, maybe a few weeks after the launch.
In terms of all other devices, I suspect the same rules still apply; newer and more popular models will get priority seating aboard the S.S. KitKat, like the LG G2 and HTC One. Note that phones that use custom interfaces (that's most of them) will take longer to get the update.
Handset makers are becoming ever more vocal over social media so look for OEMs to detail specific devices in blog posts and status updates. Realistically, if you are running 4.1 or 4.2, you might expect some Nestle love this winter.

What are the update features?
As far as the Pure Google app experience is concerned, we may see Drive, Keep, and Quickoffice come preloaded by default (right now they're optional downloads or bundled with one carrier or manufacturer experience). As many of you know, this trio of products and services work seamlessly with other Google properties and adds a layer of productivity.
To get a sense for how Android 4.4 KitKat might look in action, be sure to check out the video below. Again, the details are not all that obvious and easy to overlook. However, the experience seems to be one that is smooth and fluid. This is to be expected; Google will continue pushing for performance optimizations across the board.
You might miss it the first time around, but the messaging app is nowhere to be found in the video. As the standard app for sending and receiving SMS and MMS, it's possible that Google is transitioning to Hangouts for its communications. We have long expected to see a unified chat and messaging service from Google; this could be the sign of such an animal.

What's missing?
Taken as a whole, the 4.4 KitKat version of Android looks like it's a minor, not massive, step forward. But, given this is still a version-point update and not a full 5.0 release, we should keep our expectations in check.
Is there something in Android that you see as lacking at the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean platform level? Which features in other smartphones that you would like to see come to Android? I invite you to share your thoughts in the comments below.

Source from: Cnet.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Step by Step Tutorial for Creating a Responsive Site.

The trending for designers to make a responsive website (and this post will show you why you need to make a responsive website.). Responsive Web design helps you display your site perfectly on the ever-growing number of devices and different screen sizes that exist now. And WordPress has the most users for website users to create a website. This post today will show you how to make a responsive site with WordPress.

1. Choose a responsive WordPress Theme for your site.
People have different intention for making a website like blogging, sharing, earning money and more. So people choose different kinds of style WordPress Theme to decorate their sites. You can select one for your site on this post -- Top 8 Free Responsive WordPress Themes Sharing. Maybe a free one can meet your requirement.

How to choose a very responsive theme?
Looks. This should be your first consideration when choosing a theme. A theme should be able to give you the look you want without having to spend days and hours customizing it.
Performance. Themes may often affect your site's loading speed, so stay away from themes that call on too many files, or forces you to load files with too many kilobytes. A theme should not slow your site down.
Customizability. This is probably not a problem if you are buying a theme, but if you are looking for free ones, then there might be some limitations on what you could customize and personalize with your theme.

2. Transform your current theme into a responsive one.
Once you have already get a favored WordPress Theme but it is not responsive. How to handle this problem?
Get your media queries in order.
When you get a WordPress theme, you should have a stylesheet that is used on both mobile and desktop versions of your site. You would only have to specify how particular screen sizes would be different from this default style.
You would need to define the maximum width that this set of styles changes would apply for. To do that use:
@media screen and (max-width: 320px)
This means that for screen sizes measuring 320 pixels wide or smaller, a different set of styles would be used.
Other screen sizes you might want to use are 480 pixels, 780 pixels and 1024 pixels.

② Know how to deal with images.
Images can be a problem if they are too big and they spill out of their containers. To ensure that this never happens, add the following code to your CSS
body img {
max-width: 100%;,br /> }
Either that or you upload different image sizes, which will be loaded accordingly depending on the size of the device used.

③ Use the appropriate text size.
When working with a smaller layout on a small screen, your text might appear very big. So just adjust the text size using this handy code:
body {
font-size: 60%;
line-height: 1.4em;

Change other elements appropriately.
Other elements in the layout that you need to change include the overall width of the site, the sidebar, the content, footer and widgets.

Know how to deal with navigation.
There are a lot of techniques to help you get a more responsive navigation on your site. For one, you could use a drop down box rather than a navigation bar. Or you could have your navigation menu take up an entire page and create an app-like environment for your site. Or even getting plugins to handle the navigation menu for you.

Post Original From: http://www.webdesign.org

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Things you need to consider while choosing a WordPress Theme.

It would be much simpler and easier if you use a website template to build your website. When you are deciding which WordPress Theme to use, there are few tips you need to consider. Getting the suitable answer for your site and opt for the most convenient WordPress theme for your site. 
Okay, let's start to talk about the tips you need to pay attention and make sure.
 1. The WordPress Theme Must be Responsive.
Recently, more and more people like to view websites on the devices rather than on a computer in front of a desk.  Then the question comes: What can we do for our sites to make users feels better? The answer is given by many designers: Build a responsive sites. This post today, I’d like to talk about it in detail why we need to build a responsive website with a responsive WordPress theme. So it is not hard to understand why we need to choose a responsive WordPress Theme for website design.

2. Social Network Integration
Now marketing your online business through social media websites like Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest and more. The SNS media connection become an important window for users to get the movement for your website.

3. Fully Customizable
Another thing you need to make sure is that the website theme is fully customizable. It allows you to make a website exactly what you want, including the design, theme layout (boxed or wide layout), colors, backgrounds, fonts, etc. Generally speaking, you can get most of what you want by using a premium website template.

4. Translation Ready
Translation ready is another factor you need to consider. A website template features translation ready usually include the files (.po/.mo) to translate the theme into different languages for global sales. Translating the website theme you’ve choose into your own language can give you an easier and quicker way to understand the template and customize your own website.

5. Full Support
The support not merely means the extensive documentation, video tutorial or professional support via email, but also include the frequent update to keep up with the latest features, web browser compatibility, etc.

Original article from: Magic Theme.

Natural iPhone 5S WallPaper with 1136x640 Resolution.

iPhone 5S is the hot this days. I think many Apple Lovers have changed their iPhone to the latest one as iPhone 5S.
Compared with iPhone 5, iPhone 5S combines a better processor and camera. And in the post for comparison for iPhone 5S and other popular phones, you will get more further features you would prefer.
This post today is a WallPaper sharing post for the Natural Theme. I would Show you 8 nice HD iPhone 5S wallpapers for all of you.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Top 10 About Pages I'd love to Recommend for U.

An nice about page could be a helper for visitors to know much about your site and better website design to make more possiblity for further deals. So it is important to make a nice about page.
I have collected some nice ones for inspiration. Wish there would be at least one you will like.
1st.  Electric Pulp About Page

2nd. Oli Lisher About Page

3rd. Transformation Projects About Page

4th. Design Shopp About Page

5th. Jayson Brown About Page

6th. Will Paige About Page

7th. Burciaga & Co. About Page

8th. Made by Joyce About Page

9th. Little About Page

10th. Caitlin Wicker About Page


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