Calligraphy fonts have many uses and are best paired with a simple body font for balance. Use them sparingly so you don’t overpower your designs, or break the rules and see what you can create.This collection of 60 free calligraphy fonts has all your bases covered, from romantic and feminine swirls to masculine bold monoline fonts that will add character to any design.
The fonts are all listed as free to use for personal and commercial uses, so let your creativity run wild. To start using any of them right away, download and upload them straight to Canva. Continue reading →
If you’re brand new to the world of web design and web development, it makes sense to get started learning to code by utilizing all the free resources available online. This way, you can discover what you like (and more importantly don’t) before financially investing in a certain set of courses.
To make things easier, I compiled a list of 64 FREE web design and development resources. The list is based on a previous article I wrote for Learn To Code with Me. However, it has since been updated and expanded to include more resources. It is a compilation of courses, written tutorials, blogs, YouTube channels, ebooks, online communities, and even in-person workshops. Enjoy! Continue reading →
Magento is without a doubt the most powerful open source eCommerce software available, it is used to power many large popular online stores. It has a wealth of features in the base product which can be extended with extensions and themes.
To help you find the right look for your online store, we have gathered together a large collection of what we think are the best free responsive Magento themes, these are all created by the top theme companies and will look great on any size screen so you can be assured they will not cost you any money in lost sales. Continue reading →
SEO is one of the most important aspects of a website. Without it your content will be difficult for search engines to find no matter how great the content is. One of the best ways to improve your search engine optimization is to use an SEO-optimized WordPress theme. Continue reading →
When it comes to website development, the tools, features, plugins and add-ons are limitless. Multipurpose HTML website templates can offers that service. Just like their name suggests, they are able to fill almost any role, and accommodate all market niches.
Even multipurpose website templates have their individual flavors and specific attributes, yet the core principle remains the same: no need left unsatisfied. From practical Mega Menus to fully responsive layouts, you will be able to use a broad toolkit as you strive for success. That being said, let’s take a look at some of the best multipurpose HTML5/ CSS3 website templates: Continue reading →
This is an outstanding collection of the best portfolio WordPress themes for designers, photographers, artists, creative professionals, creative business and anyone else looking to showcase their work in high quality.
All these are responsive premium quality WordPress themes with advanced theme options, dozens of shortcodes, various portfolio pages and much more to build your own unique and professional website. I tried to select the best themes between hundreds of other themes available. Continue reading →
A CSS framework is a collection of CSS files containing predefined rules for layout, typography and other CSS resets. if you are a developer you might hear of terms like boilerplates, grid systems etc. Each one of them promising more than the next one. For the most part, they all refers to a collection of assets that are design to speed up the development.
There are many popular front-end frameworks are available like bootstrap and foundation. That doesn’t. Mean they are only the best solution. Here we have put together the best collection of CSS frameworks. We have listed the best and useful frame works available based on their popularity and ease of use.
There are a handful of alternatives that are much leaner than Bootstrap or Foundation. Most of these frameworks ship with just the right amount of styles and components to help you get started, while allowing you to be able to extend them in the direction you want for your project.
Perhaps, you want to go with popular choices like Bootstrap or Foundation, but if your website is going to be a fairly simple one, you won’t be needing most of the building blocks and materials included in the default package.