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Save Google Maps on iPhone for Offline Use

My family was fortunate enough to spend the holidays in London recently. Exploring an unfamiliar environment can be a lot of fun; however, roaming cell phone charges are not. This is where a great...

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What Helped Make Our Move From Fireworks To Photoshop Easier

Every design team has their list of favorite applications that best suit their workflow. For the most part, those top applications are practically set in stone. While we are not opposed to trying new...

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Installing the Nik Collection in Photoshop CC

We have been slowly integrating our add ons into the Adobe CC programs since it was released a few weeks ago. When trying to install the Nik Collection, we were running into an issue where the...

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WordPress: Custom Field Outside Loop Plus If/Else Statement

Testimonials are an excellent way to add affirmation to a website. Some kind words here and there may be the reason a potential client reaches out to hire someone. Recently, a client of ours wanted a...

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Free Colorful Waves Illustrator File

Adobe Illustrator can be a really fun program to play around with - especially for those of us who like to draw. It can be rewarding to see something go from pencil to digital. While this article is...

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Dynamic Sitemaps in WordPress, ExpressionEngine, and Magento

Sitemaps are an easy way to share the structure of a website with search engines. The key here is that the sitemap should be updated dynamically as opposed to manually. With blogs, commerce sites,...

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Responsive YouTube Videos In WordPress

Some “how to handle media” decisions need to be made when building a responsive website. While image usage is still up for debate, video usage can be tackled without question.

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Pull Latest Entries In Sidebar Of An Expression Engine Website

We use two main web publishing systems here at J Taylor Design, those systems being WordPress and ExpressionEngine. This article is going to focus on pulling recent blog articles in the sidebar of a...

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Custom Email Address In Gmail On The Go For iPhone and iPad

A while ago, we wrote an article about how to setup your custom email account in Gmail. We find that a lot of our clients like this method as it allows them easy access to their email wherever they...

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How To Use Custom Fonts On Your Website

Over the past couple years, use of custom fonts has grown tremendously. Before fun CSS methods of using custom fonts were supported, we either used Flash options like sIFR to bring in custom fonts,...

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