Tag Archive: responsive


Have a blog or website featuring WordPress that needs a refresh?  Here are some great free WordPress themes to spice up your website or blog for FREE.

And because we want you to be up to date with the latest, all of these themes are responsive, meaning they will display beautifully on all devices from PC to tablet to smartphone.

AccentBox-ThemeAccentBox A fully responsive and beautiful layout so that you can view it in different devices without any need of extra plugin.  It has unlimited color schemes.
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Basic.  If you are wanting to get your hands dirty in WordPress code, this may be the theme for you.  The purpose of the Basic theme is to give you a starter theme so you can be your own designer. It only contains the basic layout styling so you can customize the theme with your own perferences using the Themify option panel. The layout is completely responsive and works on any resolution of desktop and mobile devices.

 

 

 

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Esplanade  A modern and stylish theme with a responsive layout and slick, streamlined design with a flexible options page offering lots of features and control.  You can customize the layout, design elements, color schemes and typography along with traditional WordPress functionality like custom menus and post thumbnails.

 

DKemp DesignsWhen designing sites for customers, productivity is key.  Meeting deadlines can make or break your business.  Any tool or resource to shave off time is helpful.  The tutorials below are free and show the time saving benefits of Dreamweaver CS6.

There has been a lot of discussion on when and why to upgrade to the Adobe Creative Suite CS6 version.  Many designers feel it is too soon after CS5.5 to expend resources to upgrade software.

But in the case of the CS6 changes, it might be time to bite the bullet and upgrade.  There are significant changes that increase productivity and smooth workflow in the CS6 Suite.  One of the best is the ability to create mobile-ready sites for your customers that take the headache out of figuring break points and other mobile issues.

In the case of Dreamweaver, there is now a fluid layout option that allows you to create responsive CSS on the fly when designing.  You can move assets around and the code is automatically updated for you.  This takes at least half of the work load off writing the CSS code for a mobile ready site.

In our second tutorial below, creating simple CSS transitions with Dreamweaver CS6 is demonstrated.  If you have a portfolio or e-commerce site, this can again be a real time saver.

So, enjoy the tutorials, save time, make money.  And be sure to let us know in the comments if this has helped you.

Happy working from Techsnoop at DKemp Designs