Tips for Planning and Structuring a Responsive Website Layout

by Jake Rocheleau
on July 14, 2014

The process of building a naturally responsive layout takes quite a bit of practice. You’ll need to spend time studying other responsive websites to see how they behave. Then with a visual library of responsive elements you can put together a design that best suits your project.

Once you’ve built a few responsive websites the entire process melds together quite nicely. I’d like to a few share tips on building responsive layouts and what you need to know. After a bit of time you’ll get much more comfortable with layouts expanding & contracting based on the browser window. Since more people are online with their smartphones, responsive design offers the most accessible websites reaching the widest possible audience.

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26 Premium Food & Restaurant WordPress Themes

by Jake Rocheleau
on July 3, 2014

WordPress is often the easiest solution for business owners who need to get a website online. It’s free, easy to install, and comes with a lot of customizable features – one of which is a library of exciting design themes. WordPress themes can even include unique menus and extra post types allowing the webmaster to style content in any format.

Restaurants typically need this custom functionality to add menu items right onto the website. WordPress even allows you to edit the homepage to update with new deals or coupons for customers. This gallery features 25 brilliant restaurant and cooking-based food themes for businesses. No matter what type of food is served you can likely find a perfect theme to match the style of any modern restaurant.

MyCuisine

mycuisine template wordpress premium restaurant

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Unique Web Fonts to Spice Up your Layout Designs

by Jake Rocheleau
on June 25, 2014

It goes without question that CSS3 has been a major improvement on how we build websites. Beyond the additional properties I’ve found CSS3 web fonts to be a groundbreaking addition to the developer’s tool belt. You can import external fonts or even include your own custom-made fonts with just a few lines of code.

But not every website needs to include 5 or 6 additional typefaces. There is a rhythm to choosing great fonts which can help you avoid building websites that look like a 10 year old’s first time in Microsoft Word. I’d like to share a few tips for selecting fonts and how you should apply them with grace and humility.

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