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Archive: October, 2015

Eistedfodd

Weekly Highlight #6 – Eisteddfod Website

This week’s Weekly Highlight winner is the website for the Eisteddfod festival in Wales. It boasts and awesome ethos and colour palette and its a worthy winner!

Posted on October 30th 2015  //  Filed under: Weekly Highlights

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WordPress Child Pages

A quick how-to guide on how to use the built in functionality of Wordpress to list child pages appropriately on your website.

Posted on October 27th 2015  //  Filed under: Web Development

Atom-Editor

Weekly Highlight #5 – Atom Text Editor

I started to look for a new, powerful alternative to Sublime Text and stumbled across Atom. Now, I can’t think of using anything else! This is my quick review of the Atom Editor and some of its capabilities and why its this weeks Weekly Highlight winner.

Posted on October 23rd 2015  //  Filed under: Weekly Highlights

Header-Ionic

Weekly Highlight #4 – Ionic Lab

My weekly highlight number four is awarded to the good folks at Ionic for their amazing Ionic Lab app and how it quickly got me addicted to HTML5 mobile app development.

Posted on October 16th 2015  //  Filed under: Weekly Highlights

LexCorp

Weekly Highlight #3 – LexCorp Viral Marketing Website

Superman and its mythology are one of my favourite things of all time. This week’s Weekly Highlight is the viral marketing campaign involving a kick-ass marketing website!

Posted on October 9th 2015  //  Filed under: Weekly Highlights

LightCMS

Weekly Highlight #2 – LightCMS’s marketing theme

My Weekly Highlight this week is the marketing theme of LightCMS. I’ve recently started work on a private project which I hope will need a marketing theme! Here’s why I loved LightCMS’s.

Posted on October 2nd 2015  //  Filed under: Weekly Highlights

sweetalert

Sweeten up your alerts with SweetAlertJS

A real quick introduction into the awesome SweetAlertJS and have you’ll never have to use small, ugly javascript alerts again.

Posted on October 1st 2015  //  Filed under: Web Development