Want some distinction between your blog’s front and post pages? Wish your post displayed differently when viewed in a list? With WordPress, it’s easier than you think.
In this post we’ll highlight an incredibly useful, but often overlooked WordPress tag.
I’ve noticed recently that many of the techniques used by top designers are actually quite simple. It’s how these simple elements are pieced together that makes a design brilliant. Today we’ll be looking at the first one of these highly effective, yet strikingly simple design methods with the use of CSS borders.
“I want a website. It will be cutting edge visually impressive. It will have a wealth of information available. All of our brochures, a full directory of employees, and a shopping cart. I don’t want it the user to have to scroll all over the place though!”
Ever hear this from a client describing their vision? Somewhere along the line having to scroll for information started to bother people. Scrolling isn’t the make or break of a page. Use it to your advantage, and you’ll have a site that seems almost intuitive.