Inkscape is a free vector graphic design alternative software similar to Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw, only it doesn’t cost you a penny. It is maybe not as powerful as its higher priced rivals, but certainly powerful enough to design high quality vector graphics.
What has happened to blogging, minimal design seems to be a forgotten style within blogging, everywhere you look the themes are graphically and content heavy and the basic premise of blogging is missing, a simple online diary.
Lets make blogging look like its supposed to look!
The WWF is best known for tackling issues such as conservation, restoration of the environment and research, and what a marvelous job they do. It is not, however, as well known for its creative advertising.
Gmail is perhaps the greatest web app ever developed, it is very popular (over 100 million users), has 2GB of free storage (very few will ever use this), and very, very easy to use. It is certainly powerful, but is it powerful enough? With Firefox Addons you can take your inbox even further…
Graphic and image editors can help you create beautiful graphics and give your digital images amazing effects, but they can be expensive. What if all you wanted to do was create something simple and basic, would you pay hundreds of dollars just to do that? No, you would not.
So far, 2009 has been a great year for vector tutorials. Vector art is gaining more and more popularity and as a result the quality in tutorials and art is greatly increasing.
Joomla, the free open source CMS, is still number one when it comes to building a big, robust and professional websites (WP must be catching up quickly with its great progress). It has a pretty solid reputation as a CMS. The only downside, the community never really had a great resource of free templates, until now.
The easiest way to create an image gallery within Wordpress is by using the add [gallery] feature (from WP 2.5+), but to give your gallery something extra you may wish to add the Lightbox effect.