Tumblr Menu Tutorial

In this tutorial I am going to show you how to install one of our menus themes with the Tumblr blogging service. We are not coding menus from scratch, but instead will be building a menu in our Menu Maker and then importing that menu into your Tumblr theme.

Note:
Tumblr doesn't allow you to upload images to your theme so make sure to choose a menu that doesn't use any images. Check out the Pure CSS Menu section for menus that don't use images.

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Why The New Gmail Inbox is Good for Email Marketers

  • August 30, 2013
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Recently I have been hearing a lot of buzz around the inter-web in regards to the new Gmail inbox, and how it is effecting email marketing. To be honest, most of what I am hearing is quite negative. Many email marketers are absolutely appalled that their super relevant emails are now bypassing readers' primary inbox. I've already received multiple updates from my various subscriptions, giving me step by step instructions on how to exempt their emails from the new Gmail inbox filters.

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Wordpress 3 Drop Down Menu Tutorial

In this tutorial I will show you how to use one of our css drop down menus with Wordpress. This tutorial will not show you how to create a menu from scratch, but will walk you through the process of taking one of our menu themes and applying it to a menu that is built with Wordpress. Building a Wordpress drop down menu this way can save you a bundle of time if you are looking for a pre designed solution.

Note: Check out our Wordpress Plugin for an easier way to build responsive, drop down menus in Wordpress.

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5 CSS Frameworks You Should be Using

CSS frameworks are fast becoming extremely popular starting points for a lot of developers. If you have never used one, a CSS framework is a set of default CSS and HTML files that provide a great code base to build upon. Commonly included in CSS frameworks are CSS resets, buttons, and common layouts that that are aimed towards saving developers time by not having to reinvent the wheel with every project.

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10 Exceptional Menu Bar Navigation Designs

  • August 23, 2013
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Here we go again with another round up of menu designs to give you inspiration for your website or portfolio. This time we are showcasing some great, single level bar menus. If your website doesn't have a lot of pages, a bar menu like these will work perfectly and keep your users focused on the page content. Most menu bar navigations have 1 level and a larger font size. Since these type of navigations are optimized for smaller websites, the designs can be much bigger and more extravagant.

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July Showcase

  • August 21, 2013
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Every month we showcase some of our users websites and the menus they have made. This month we have some quality sites in the showcase that deserve a little recongnition.

If you have used one of our menus on your site and would like to be considered for the next showcase, then submit your site.

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Dreamweaver Drop Down Menu Tutorial

In this tutorial I am going to show you how to take one of our drop down menus and install it with Dreamweaver. We are not going to create a drop down menu from scratch. Instead I will walk you through how to take one of our drop down menu templates, and install it with your Dreamweaver site. In this tutorial I am using Dreamweaver CC but the process will be almost identical for other versions of Dreamweaver.

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HTML Resume Templates

If you are in the market for a new job then check out these stylish HTML resume templates. These days it is crucial to have some sort of online portfolio or resume and designing that all on your own can be quite time consuming. Work smarter, not harder by picking up one of these professional HTML resumes and just dropping your credentials in. Even if you are not in the market for a new job a professional online resume is alway a good choice. You never know when a potential employer might be looking into you.

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