Tag: toolbox

ManageWP Dashboard

ManageWP – Manage Your WordPress Networks in One Dashboard

I’m managing my WordPress networks with default WordPress  Dashboard in dozens of Firefox’s pined tabs. I’ve never tried looking for better solution to manage my networks until I use ManageWP service. Since June 2013, I’ve got Professional Plan of ManageWP.COM as a gift and start using it after a month because it’s required a plugins and a ManageWP’s account.

Trust me, after using it, you will freaking love ManageWP like me because it consolidates multiple Admin dashboards into one easy-to-use. Below I’ll show you about most expensive features and begin effectively managing your WordPress Networks like never before.
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Pattern Cooler

Top 10 Great Online Background Generator For Your Needs

We all know that backgrounds play a crucial role in a design. A lot goes in designing the backgrounds with different textures and patterns, choosing the right colors and a lot other factors. Not only the backgrounds but buttons, logos, scroll bars, texts, and a lot is important when it comes in designing and it does involve a lot of creativity and time to zero in the final one. While you could start every project by doing the same things again and again, the smart designers and developers know the importance of a well-developed workflow. One of the things that can accelerate and enhance your workflow are online generators.
I have listed all online free background pattern generators that can save you some time while providing great results.
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Rounding Up the Most Promising Free WYSIWYG and Markup Editor

Rounding Up the Most Promising Free WYSIWYG and Markup Editor

WYSIWYG is an acronym for What You See Is What You Get. The term is used in computing to describe a system in which content displayed during editing appears very similar to the final output, which might be a printed document, web page, slide presentation or even the lighting for a theatrical event.

Rounding Up the Most Promising Free WYSIWYG and Markup Editor
Rounding Up the Most Promising Free WYSIWYG and Markup Editor

WYSIWYG implies a user interface that allows the user to view something very similar to the end result while the document is being created. In general WYSIWYG implies the ability to directly manipulate the layout of a document without having to type or remember names of layout commands. The actual meaning depends on the user’s perspective, e.g

Most of the available Content Management System and other publishing platform in the web are using WYSIWYG editor for easy page editing. So I will rounding up to you the most promising Javascript WYSIWYG editor in the web.
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Typetester – Compare Fonts for the Screen

Typetester – Compare Fonts for the Screen

The Typetester is an online application for comparison of the fonts for the screen. Its primary role is to make web designer’s life easier. As the new fonts are bundled into operating systems, the list of the common fonts will be updated.
Marko Dugonjić’s typetester gives you instant previews of how a text of your choice would look on-screen set in a certain font and size. It offers full control of the font styling, including the background colour, with the choice of displaying either fonts from your own system or standard system fonts for Windows, Mac or both.
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Photoshop Keyboard Shortcut Stickers

Keyboard shortcut for Photoshop CS3 and CS4 Toolbox

Keyboard shortcuts are typically an alternate means for invoking one or more commands that would otherwise be accessible only through a menu, a pointing device, different levels of a user interface, or via a command console. Keyboard shortcuts generally expedite common operations by reducing input sequences to a few keystrokes, hence the term “shortcut”.

Adobe Photoshop CS3 is a huge program full of buttons and options that can be used for many different purposes. Keyboard shortcuts can improve your efficiency, and in some cases, they can even invoke commands that might not otherwise be available (e.g., zooming while a dialog box is open, or inserting a Select forward layer command into an action). Knowing keyboard shortcuts help you work more efficient and work faster!
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The Essential Safari Plugins for Web Developers

Safari is a web browser developed by Apple Inc. First released as a public beta on 7 January 2003 on the company’s Mac OS X operating system, it became Apple’s default browser beginning with Mac OS X v10.3 “Panther”. It is the most popular browser in the world that even Mac Windows and Linux users are known. Currently, Safari web browser available on the Mac, Windows, iPhone, or iPod touch environments.

Safari plugins
Safari plugins

However, web development using Safari may still seems a bit troublesome compare to Mozilla Firefox. Previously, the addition of new features for Safari by developers 3rd almost impossible because your browser does not support plugins. Now it has come true.

Note: Many plugins work through something called SIMBL (Simple InputManager Bundle Loader), which is basically a little tool that helps developers manage and run their code as plugins for the different applications on OS X. It’s free.

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The Essential Internet Explorer Extensions for Web Developers

In general, Firefox and Safari are favorite browsers of designer, however Internet Explorer and Opera are many people use for their design work, because it hass integrated into the operating system or simply just because they like to use it.

Microsoft Internet Explorer
Microsoft Internet Explorer

In a previous article I talk about The Essential Firefox Add-ons for Web Designers, this article continues to mention for the content on the browser of Microsoft Internet Explorer.

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