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WordPress 3.9, also known as “Smith” in honor of jazz organist Jimmy Smith, was released this past week. There are a number of refinements and performance enhancements that you should know about. They primarily address a smoother media editing experience. Specifically the changes address: Improved visual editing Edit images easily Drag and drop your images
Motion graphics are fun, but they can be difficult to create. When I was searching for production elements that I could use to consistently brand the book trailers I am creating for FontLife Publications and the tutorials I create for this site, I just couldn’t find anything appropriate that adequately says Thank You to our
Easter eggs are intentional hidden messages, inside jokes, or features in a computer program or web page. The term was reportedly coined by Atari after the discovery of a secret message left by Warren Robinett in the game Adventure. The name reminds us of a traditional Easter egg hunt. Easter eggs are secret responses that