WooCommerce grown up quite a lot since its inception. Having been involved in the creation of three themes for WooCommerce I saw that it was lacking a proper product slider or carousel suitable for responsive layouts.
With responsive design gaining more momentum every day and WordPress as the most popular CMS around it is only natural to develop more tools to ease our life developing with it. Here you’ll find a simple tool so you can always keep an eye on which media query is currently in use in WordPress, using the Admin Bar.
For web development, few IDEs are both free and as powerful as Aptana. The new Aptana 3.0.5 Beta is now a mature product (early Aptana 3 was very buggy) and good enough to switch to. Here you will find a syntax colouring theme for the new Aptana 3, compatible with TextMate and e Text Editor theme systems.
A little late, yes, but here’s the July round up of some cool web design resources like a voting system for HTML 5 videos, an introduction to HTML 5 canvas, why Google doesn’t take meta keywords into account, free icons and more.
One of the best ways for a design to stand out is to use a unique typeface. Most of the good typefaces are paid, but there are rare gems that are available for free thanks to the generosity of their designers. In this post you’ll find 10 great free fonts to use in your designs. Some of them are offered as web fonts too to be used in your websites using the @font-face declaration.