IFTTT is a service that allows us to automate tasks. We can combine it with WordPress to manage all those tasks that can be repetitive, such as sharing our publications in social networks.
Sometimes when designing a corporate brand, we must also make a style guide that can be expanded to other elements. Today, we give you some tips for its development 😉
After the recent compatibility of CSS Grid with the latest versions of the most used browsers, it stands as an alternative to Flexbox. Therefore, we will see some details that differentiate one from another by a small example, to be able to check their differences and how they can fit better our needs.
One of the trends we are talking about in this New Year is simplicity; so today we will talk about how to print that minimalism on our website.
In WordPress we can decide whether to display our full articles on the home page or display a summary followed by a “read more” link to the full article. Let’s see what advantages they have and how they affect the UX and SEO.
Contact Form 7 is the most used plugin in WordPress to create contact forms thanks to its flexibility. That’s why we have created this tutorial with which you can create your first form knowing all the options offered.
One of the best ways to give visibility to your blog posts is to advertise it on different social networks, although sometimes it can get lost among all the traffic that occurs in them. For this reason, another option is to send a newsletter to your subscribers, a process that we can automate thanks to MailChimp and WordPress.
Do you need help to get started with MailChimp? We guide you through the process of creating your first subscription list, how to insert a form in your blog, and how to design a campaign for your newsletter to be attractive to your subscribers.
Once we are very clear about the trends to design our logo, we have to know three factors that will take part to a large extent in the design of a successful logo. Today we will explain them!
We continue with the second part of the tutorial on how a web works. In this case it is the turn to the CSS, language much beloved in SiloCreativo. We will talk about versions, selectors and utility links.
HTML is the base language for web design. In this first part of the basic tutorial on how a web works we will see what the attributes, the opening and closing tags are, and how to conjugate HTML with CSS.
All the elements of the web must be designed in a specific way so that they can fulfil their function in a better way. Today we study the position and design of the logo on the web.