TemplateMonster is ready to treat you with the much-anticipated presents long before the festive Christmas season starts. Following the latest news about the release of the ultimate web design bundle for web developers, the giant digital marketplace has officially released the all-in-one bundle for web designers and developers for $69 only.
The bundle will be available for download at the slashed price for 5 days only – on December 11-15. Afterwards, the cost of the bundle will make up $3,000 during the entire next year.
Why is it worth spending $69 for the ultimate web design bundle now? If you work in the web design and development niche, then you should know that the average cost of the premium WordPress theme from TemplateMonster digital marketplace makes up $75, which is more than the cost of the collection of premium web solutions suited for every purpose imaginable.
Top Reasons to Download the Bundle
We have already seen a number of the announcements regarding the content of the ultimate web design bundle from TemplateMonster. Now, let’s consider the main reasons why this bundle should be added to your own collection of the premium web design solutions.
Monstroid2 – Multipurpose WordPress Theme licensed under GPL3 and containing premium skins and pro customization options needed to launch any web project in the shortest period of time possible.
Woostroid – Multipurpose WooCommerce Theme featuring GPL3 license and featuring all functionality needed for building the full-fledged web stores.
Impressive UI kits for Web and Mobile Apps designs.
Usable services from TemplateMonster specialists:
Prime SEO Pack
RTL Conversion and Multilanguage
A variety of graphics for your projects:
1200+ Icons (Flat and Lined)
Social Media Templates Pack
Ad Banners that meet the Google requirements
Winter and Holiday illustrations
All premium plugins that you need to develop WordPress-based projects.
A premium drag-n-drop editor page builder.
All this will help you build a number of the great and competitive web projects during the whole next year.
Are you ready to benefit from this lucrative web offer from TemplateMonster? Do not hesitate to grab it for 2% of its cost! Starting from December 16, the all-in-one web design bundle will be available for download for the full price of $3,000.
Do you work in the web development industry? Do you often buy themes and extensions for your web projects? Then you should know the real price of the premium web design solutions.
And what is someone told you that you can save more than $3000 on the purchase of the bundle of all elements that you will use in your projects during the whole year? I believe you wouldn’t miss such a chance.
TemplateMonster has created a versatile web design bundle, which contains:
• 8 Premium Website Templates with the PSD files;
• 8 Popular WordPress Plugins;
• 3 Useful Services Offers;
• 3 UI Kits (Web + Mobile Apps) for Photoshop and Sketch;
• 2 Icons Set (1200+ icons);
• 1 Top-notch Mockup Bundle (iPhone X, Laptops, Other Apple Devices included);
• Lots of useful graphic and illustration materials for your projects;
• Stunning Social Media Templates Pack;
• Amazing Ad Banners that meet the Google requirements;
• Winter and Holiday illustrations.
All of these products would cost you more than $3000 when bought independently. Choosing the bundle, you will pay only 2% of the value.
The bundle will be available for download at the exclusive price for 5 days only, on December 11-15.
It basically allows website owners to understand their audience of their sites and the feedback to enhance their business.
Rating is the best way to build a long-term relationship with potential customers and improve revenue for your business. In this article, I have collected some of the PHP scripts that will aid your development jobs and make your work smooth enough.
Following scripts will gear up your visitor’s mood and let them stay on the website! Continue reading →
The amazing company Salesgenie asked me to be apart of their Expert Interview Series and I couldn’t be more excited. We go inside the inner workings of ‘corePHP’, the digital world, where it’s going, and what inspires me to continue to grow ‘corePHP’. Click the link below to read the interview.
Expert Interview Series: Michael Pignataro of corePHP
Over the last several years we have seen massive change in the industry and here at ‘corePHP’ we are constantly staying on the cutting edge trend of technology to keep our clients current and ahead of their market. Hope you enjoy the interview as much as I enjoyed being part of it.
In the 1990s and early 2000s, web designers, ad agencies and marketing firms controlled their clients’ message; thus, they acted in a chief decision-making role regarding technology decisions, driving their clients’ websites. Marketers tossed about the term “web developer” as if synonymous to “web designer.” Conversely, web developers rarely muddled the terminology. Why not? Because the last thing most true web developers wanted to manage was the creative process, let alone the client.
Web Designers Envision It: Creative, Interface Layout, Digital Experience, Wireframe, Business Message
Web Developers Make It Work: Coding, Framework, Security, Performance & Speed, Compatibility, etc
Designing an attractive, engaging website used to be easy. Even just a few years ago, you could feel confident that the product you saw on your screen would look nearly identical on anyone else’s screen. Sure, there might be some slight variation in resolution or screen size, but the majority of people were still interacting with the web from the comfort of a desktop or laptop computer. But that has completely changed.
A Pew Research Center poll suggests that nearly 65 percent of American adults own a smartphone, and that nearly half own some kind of tablet device. This suggests a major shift in the way consumers are interacting with the web. As a designer or developer that means you have to find ways to build websites that are easily viewed on a variety of devices. It can be a tricky process, but luckily a variety of tools and services exist to ensure your website looks great on a tiny mobile screen or a 60-inch HD monitor. Continue reading →
In my last blog post, “Client Abandonment: My Web Developer Disappeared!“, we took a high level look at what happens when a web developer disappears from a project s/he was contracted to do. Sometimes, it’s not easy to tell when a developer might disappear on you, but there are early warning signs that you should be aware of that will trigger a yellow or red flag.
What to do if your web developer disappears on you
The disappearing web developer magic trick happens more often that you might think. All too often, a developer is contracted to build or enhance a site, but ends up disappearing somewhere during the project. Unfortunately, this can happen on just about any project, big or small; high dollar or not. The disappearing web developer trick isn’t limited to individual “freelance” developers either. Project abandonment happens with large development firms as well. Let’s take a look at how it happens, give you a few tips on how to prevent it, or recover from it, if it should happen to you.
This article attempts to teach you with some of the best practices of one of the most widely used programming languages in the world, PHP. There are many beginners or even experienced PHP developers who don’t bother to follow the best practices of the language, either unintentionally or intentionally.
Quite often, many people loose many high-paying jobs just because they have never put their attention to the best practices of the language. And it’s really very difficult for anybody to get hold of the best practices overnight.
So, if you want to be a professional developer then you must know, understand and follow the best practices of the language and should start practicing them from the very next piece of code you write.