Nebula is a springboard WordPress theme framework for developers. It has tons of custom functionality built-in (like shortcodes, styles, and JS/PHP functions), but unlike other themes the WP Nebula is not meant for the end-user.
Wordpress developers will find all source code not obfuscated, so everything may be customized and altered to fit the needs of… Read more »
Some large companies who use Internet Explorer will have their IT department force a compatibility mode on their users to maintain consistency across the board. Usually, there is some kind of application that requires IE8 or something along those lines. In that example, the company may have computer running Windows 7 where employees could be… Read more »
Web design and development is a relay race where our job as artists and programmers is simply to go from the starting blocks to the finish line. My favorite nuance of the race is that we put up our own hurdles in order to jump over them. From frameworks to media queries, there are many… Read more »
Let's face it: most back-end programmers aren't typically the kind of people to "make it rain" in da club, but don't let that ruin your life. I'm here to dry your tears and show you how you can have your website reflect the current conditions outside. Please note that I could have made a joke… Read more »