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Hot Stock, Icons and Graphics 4 Free!

Free Stock Graphics

Website owners, bloggers and fellow creatives are always on the lookout for good, and preferably free, graphics for their websites. If you don’t have the time or possibly not as creative they are a must. Here is a comprehensive sourced list, updated for 2018, of websites that provide free stock images, icons and other vector art for all of your design needs. Feel free to comment on any you think I have missed. Enjoy!

11 Tips on Finding the Right Infographic Ideas

11 Tips Infographic

It’s not uncommon to come across an infographic while browsing on the web. Infographics are everywhere and we can see why— they make data and statistics look more appealing and easy to understand. According to a study by Hubspot, infographics are three times more likely to be shared than any other type of content. If you’re looking to generate traffic and leads, it’s ideal to invest in infographics.

Top 20 WordPress Development Blogs to Follow

WordPress Resources

WordPress development has come a long way since I started this blog in 2008. If you want to start creating themes, plugins or simply want to fix something in your current theme you can, with an ever expanding API the WP Codex can help you out a lot but with the growing number of WordPress development blogs you can also find loads of hints, tips and resources from around the web to cover all aspects of your WordPress life. Here are 20 of them to get you started. If I have not mentioned your favourite then feel free to add it to the comments section or fire me a tweet @ridgey28.

HTML5 & CSS3 Resources to Kickstart your First HTML5 Project

HTML5

HTML5 and CSS3 have been known to web designers for many years but due to the lack of browser support, it hasn’t been wildly adopted up until the release of Internet Explorer back in 2011. Internet Explorer 9 still doesn’t have complete support for HTML5 and CSS3 but IE10, which hasn’t been released yet, will support more elements including CSS transitions, transforms and have full support for offline web applications and form validation. Other browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera have better support but as yet there is no browser that has full support yet due to the fact that the specification is still a working draft itself and is estimated that it will not be reaching full specification until 2014. However don’t let this deter you from using it, you can start using HTML5 right now so kick it off with some valuable resources.