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Are you excited to get your hands on the hottest Black Friday deals for web developers and designers, cause we are itching to tell you all about them.

1. X by Themeco

Themeco are already widely known for their stellar themes that mesmerize viewers. Their latest release, X 3.0 promises to be the most feature rich WordPress theme on the market today. And the best part is that it comes with a lot of free Extensions. These will help you step up your game by designing the web site of your dreams. They were created by Themeco to work flawlessly with X: Content Dock is a simple yet effective tool that will enable you to place content or marketing offers in front of your viewers in a non-intrusive style; MailChimp will make sure that building custom option forms is easy and fun; Disqus Comments are better than the standard WordPress ones thanks to their unique and powerful features; the Google Analytics Extension will allow you to simply drop your code snippet, select the output and you’re good to go. X 3.0 has got you covered both on looks and reliability. You will be able to add as many pages as you want: About, Pricing, Contact and more. Additionally, the new shortcodes will take your website from dull to fabulous. With Responsive Visibility you’ll be able to choose what things show up on certain devices, while the Table of Contents is the perfect way to increase page views. Click on the button below to get your hands on all their Black Friday Goodies.

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InkyDeals prepared for you an entire week with massive discounts, super premium resources and some out of this world promos!
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It is vital for all businesses and organizations to have a strong presence online nowadays. This has put quite a lot of stress on web developers to be constantly innovative and always create new and exciting websites. Luckily, there are a number of tools out there that can help make web development a lot easier. Here are out top 20 picks.


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Vector design is a popular topic because it can be extrapolated into the world of digital and print design. Icons are used for websites, branding, even mobile applications. Whether you’re building a website mockup or learning how to create your own graphics, freebies are quite useful to the process. This gallery includes over 20 free Illustrator files to play with icons and vector freebies.

Flat Devices

flat device screen mockups psd

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Online video tutorials are one of the simplest methods for learning new techniques. They’re more visual, more procedural, and don’t involve much reading. Illiterates will enjoy that last point but they also won’t be able to read this post. There’s no denying the benefits of YouTube video tutorials for designers and web developers to want to expand their knowledgebase.

This gallery focuses on 15 YouTube channels dedicated to development and design techniques. Some channels are more tutorial-focused while others pivot around presentations and keynote speeches. There is plenty of great info to consume if you have the time to spare.

1st Web Designer

1wd first web designer youtube channel

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Whether it’s WordPress, PrestaShop, OpenCart, Joomla, or Magento, creative professionals put in a lot of effort day and day out to give shape to good-looking websites for their contractors. Part of that effort goes into finding auxiliary resources, especially themes and plugins that serve a specific purpose, and are compatible with the CMS or website launching platform at hand.

Sound premium plugins are particularly difficult to come by. Consciously or unconsciously, each of us creates a list of favorites, over time. I have my own version of it, too. You can read all about it below, in an updated form for this autumn.

LayerSlider Premium Multi-Purpose Slider Plugin

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Do you remember the time when WordPress was just a CMS employed to set up blogs? Not such a long time ago, if you come to think of it. A few years back, something happened and everything changed. Namely, web designers and web developers started to use WordPress to create other types of websites. And since the market is always quick to respond to end users, a great variety of services and products started to compete for their favor. Apart from web design or consulting services, the area of website creation also encompassed plugins and themes.

It’s the themes that interest me most, because they can verily take coding out of the picture. You see, we are now faced with a plethora of premium themes, and the only difficulty lies in choosing which to enlist for each of our projects. In my view, these themes raise the bar when it comes to design quality and productivity.

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Although WordPress has gotten easier to manage for administrators it has grown very complex for developers. There are numerous APIs and it seems like every update includes more detailed functionality. How can you keep up with all of these changes? Well aside from converting into a cybernetic organism to download information right into your brain, you’ll just have to study and practice.

Memorization is the key to mastery as well as repetition. This gallery includes 15 cheatsheets for WordPress APIs, loops, theme anatomy, plugin development, and plenty of other resources. If you’re trying to learn a specific part of WordPress then this collection will definitely have something for you. Alternatively you might download a copy of these cheatsheets and keep them stored locally for future reference.

WP Reference Guide

wordpress reference guide v3 online

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Currently, the web design market sees an abundance of classic and multi-purpose themes for WordPress-based websites. This wealthy supply is a natural reaction to the heavy demand for resources that assist and transform website creation as a whole. Startup Theme for WordPress is a fine example. As far as one-track premium themes go, this one certainly exceeds expectations.
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Modern websites are using so many effects that it can be tough keeping up with everything. The initial process of learning how to code CSS3 and jQuery is often confusing but fun. As you delve into more advanced topics you’ll bump into much bigger puzzle pieces to solve.

This gallery focuses on some amazing tutorials which demonstrate how to code advanced website interface features. Topics range from tabbed widgets to SVG animations and many other ideas in-between. Take a peek at these articles and see if anything catches your attention. With a bit of practice and volition you can learn how to build other exciting user interface effects.

Tilted Content Slideshow

tilted content slideshow tutorial

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