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13 of the Best Examples of Beautiful Email Design

When you’re an email marketer, your to-do list often looks like this: Generate opt-in leads, segment your lists, set up lead nurturing workflows, draft clear and concise email copy, check your emails for deliverability, optimize for plain text and HTML, and so on. Geez … isn’t there any fun in email marketing anymore?Thankfully, there are

 
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What’s WYSIWYG? How Today’s Online Editor Came to Be

WYSIWYG. No, this isn’t another one of those newfangled acronyms the kids are using these days — it’s actually been around for quite some time. “What You See Is What You Get,” or WYSIWYG for short, refers to an HTML editor in which the content appears as it would when it’s live.In contrast to traditional

 
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10 of the Best Types of Web Animation So Far

It is hard to argue against the fact that we have become more addicted to energized projects that feature some process of movement. Whether it is a video, gif or animation we need and love the action in website design. Thankfully, developers are perfectly aware of this small yet all-consuming passion. So we are witnessing

 
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How to Use Twitter Cards in Social Media Marketing #twittermarketing

Twitter Cards enable publishers to attach media experiences to tweets — beyond the 140-character limit. They add a few lines of HTML metadata to blog posts and other thought leadership content that enable brands to stand out from the pack in Twitter feeds that are full of text. They can help you drive website traffic, introduce new products and

 
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Simple drop-down menu using only CSS

This article describes how to create a menu using HTML and CSS but without JavaScript. Source - Read More: basicuse.net

 
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