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Virtually all WordPress users save absolute beginners have at least heard of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). The name doesn’t really give anything away, but CSS is one of the core components of any good website, not just those based on WordPress. It allows for plain, boring old HTML elements to be styled and expanded to… Continue reading →
If you’re building websites for clients you’ll probably also want to customize the back-end of the Joomla administration panel. In most cases you could just change a few lines of styles in the Bluestork or Isis template – but this solution has one general drawback; after Joomla updates you can lose everything you’ve previously made.… Continue reading →
We’re quite proud of our template designs; our design team have an eye for detail and know how to craft an eye-catching yet intuitive layout that looks modern and exciting. However, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be interested in adding your own custom styling to them when you want to add a personal touch… Continue reading →
In “Advanced Settings” tab it contains few options related to template performance – especially by cache settings. CSS cache option allows to limit data transfer for users who have visited our page previously.