film2learn is a new Learning Management System (LMS) / platform for B2B partners, that I just released together with Dr Dish TV this week.
A highly customized system, that gives each partner their own little LMS universe to share knowledge with distribution partners or staff.
An easy way to introduce new products and teach how to promote them.
We are getting closer to December and time to find some nice holiday themed fonts :) All of these are from font squirrel.
Visual Composer for WordPress provides many ways to extend its functionality. There are already many add-ons available for this dynamic page builder, but its easy to do the extending yourself, by following the hints in the documentation ;)
In this small tutorial we are adding a “type” field to allow a special css class to be added to each of our row containers.
New Visual Composer element properties can be easily added by using the vc_add_param function. See documentation for more information. In our case we are adding a property to the vc_row element. Continue reading Extending the Visual Composer Row element with a new property
I am working on a new website for a customer and we are using the WPLMS (WordPress Learning Management System) as a foundation. The packaged theme is based on Bootstrap.
The theme provides its own page-builder, but we prefer to use Visual Composer, as we built some custom VC-Addons to ease future page updates for our customer and custom content integration. Visual Composer provides some nice full-width addons, which are not working with the current theme layout. I decided to use a custom page template to allow Visual Composer to take over, where needed :) Continue reading WordPress, WPLMS, Visual Composer and full width content
If you are missing certain font formats you can do a search for “Font conversion” and you should find multiple online services, that allow you convert fonts.
Nice set of SVG icons to use for your next project.
“Compatibility tables for default local fonts.”
“We’re revealing designers’ decisions for all to see; peeking under the hood of beautiful websites to find out what fonts they’re using and how they’re using them.”
Google Design are open-sourcing 750 glyphs as part of the Material Design system icons pack.
Material Design icons by Googlehttps://github.com/google/material-design-icons3,943 forks.159 open issues.Recent commits: