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Enter a few numbers and GuideGuide will draw a grid on your document using Photoshop’s guides.
It helps, if a website needs multiple columns and gutters. Especially fun, when working with grid based frameworks like Bootstrap.
You can give it try feely, but the investment of $10 is worth it :)
Free mini iconset from Squid Ink in PSD / AI / EPS / PNG / SVG format.
Chocolat.js enables you to display one or several images on the same page. You can group images via a link or use thumbnails.
The viewer can display images in full-page or in a block mode. The setup is responsive and only 10kb small in minified form.
Simple way to do some Visual Composer Grid cleanup, when you are using Bootstrap within your theme. This removes and cleans up classes.
Visual Composer for WordPress
Bootstrap / Bootstrap Sass
“gridstack.js is a jQuery plugin for widget layouts. It allows you to build draggable responsive bootstrap v3 friendly layouts. ”
Demo @ Github
Favic-o-matic is a favicon generator, that transforms your png design into favicons and the required html to include them.
Favic-o-meter makes sure that every browser shows your favicon perfectly :)
FavIconX allows you to use your favicon as progress indicator.
FavIconX @ Github
In the past 2 years, the e-Learning market has been exploding. Online Learning Management Systems (LMS) have become very popular, to build e-learning platforms.
They not only offer text based content, quizzes, assignment management, course evaluation, social features, but also allow the integration of video, audio and other linked content. Many support SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model), allowing the exchange of learning content and results.
Over the past few years, I have been helping clients to build or transform their e-learning platforms. Sometimes its better to build a customized LMS solution from scratch :), than tweak or customize an offered solution. It all depends on the features you want to see integrated and on the budget available ;)
In this article I want to share current solutions offered for WordPress.
I will divide them into themes and plugins for now. In the future I plan do some feature comparison as well :
These are standalone plugins, that provide LMS functionality and integrate into your WordPress themes. Ease of integration and options differ.
These themes mostly dependent on one of the plugins above or offer only a simple subset of LMS functionality.
Integrated solutions, that are supposed to offer a tight integration of WordPress, theme and its own plugins.
A repository of over 1000 quality jQuery plugins in categories like UI, Forms, Media, Navigation …
All nice, as long as those plugins are being updated. We had respositories of jQuery plugins before, that had many outdated or broken solutions.
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