Your logo is the most important piece of your overall branding and is usually the first statement a website visitor will most likely identify with. In this tutorial we will teach you how to add a vector logo to your website using CSS3 and a Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG).
On mobile devices a very common occurrence is when text strings are too long to fit inside the container element thus overflowing it. In this tutorial we will teach you how to easily break overflowing text strings responsively using the CSS word-break property.
You may have seen major websites with truncated text in the sidebar in order to keep things tight and neatly organized. In this tutorial we will teach you how to easily truncate text strings responsively while adding ellipsis at the end via CSS.
The way a WordPress website functions is just as important as how it looks, providing easy access to viewing more content in a seamless way can help improve the overall user experience. In this tutorial we will teach you how to easily load more posts on your WordPress website or blog utilizing the built in more post linking navigation and jQuery.
Tired of always showing a low number of listeners on your Livefyre Comment System? Why not just simply remove this section altogether? Check out our simple CSS solution to remove the “People Listening” section from the Livefyre WordPress Comment Plugin.
Since PayPal is such a well-known force in the e-commerce world we encounter it often. One thing we noticed is that their ‘Button Factory’ lacks the ability to create a custom button without having to upload an image. In this tutorial we will teach you a very simple method to break free from the restraints of the ‘PayPal Button Factory’ by making a small change to the default button code and adding some CSS.