Web design is no longer a side or optional skill — it’s something everyone would benefit to get onboard with. It’s hard to overlook the future as a digital one. There are now a whopping 3.74 billion internet users, as of March 2017. Over 5.5 billion Google searches are conducted per day, while more than 2 million blog posts are published across the web each day. There are 330.6 million registered domain names, with over 1.24 billion websites in existence. You likely get the point.
Believe it or not, in every website development project—be it creating a fresh website or just revamping the old one—web requirements analysis is a precursor. Many developers overlook its significance. I have witnessed even the most experienced programmers using NoSQL databases at first and then struggling with finding a way something like SQL join without compromising on the overall code performance. No amount of magnificent coding can redress the balance for a bad decision.
It is not unknown that most of the highly successful people have shared their traits which include tenacity, vision, luck, hard work and being business savvy. It is often heard that people like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Cuban, have “Midas touch” as they seem to be able to turn the majority of their business into successes.
As soon as a photographer gets their hands on a camera, one of the first types of shots they want to create is the silhouette. In addition to only looking awesome, silhouettes can be incredibly dynamic in how they convey drama, mystery, emotion, and mood. They stand out because of simplicity but also the story they tell. In a nutshell, here’s how it’s done: Silhouettes occur when your background is brighter than your subject. The best way to achieve this is to use a light source as the background and place your subject between it and the camera.
“What’s your favourite colour?” Ronnie asked out of the blue one day. Seven year-old-me was in a tizzy. We were at the swing set, swinging away in the golden afternoon sunlight. It made me consider how my favourite colour was going to influence our friendship in the years to come. Growing up, the concept of having a favourite colour seemed far more important than it turned out to be. That question hasn’t been put up to me in recent years, unless as a security measure for password recovery. Even so, we don’t put any voluntary thought into realising what our favourite colour is in our prosaic existence.
The sheer number of plugins hosted and being added everyday doesn’t deter the users in the slightest. As such, the official plugin directory is the first place for a developer to share his work with the community (and get some name and fame in the global WordPress community in the process)