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Creating Consistent Product Shots For Web Shopping

If you only have a single product to display on your Web site for sale, you can have images at whatever size and aspect ratio that you want. Even with only a couple, you have flexibility. But with more images, it is extremely important that all images have identical dimensions. …

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Quick Answers to Wide Range of Questions

I’m convinced that people just don’t pay attention these days. Yes, myself included. That includes not reading the answer that is very clearly stated on a Web page. Not reading a sign with clear instructions. I’ve even missed at least a couple of things I’ve read in the past month. …

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Do The Math For Yourself in CorelDRAW

After I had a couple of articles covering WordPress, it was time to get back to writing about CorelDRAW. There are some features that are really useful and very hidden unless you dig really deep. That’s what I chose to cover in the latest article for Insights magazine. So what …

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Building a WordPress Site

A couple of weeks ago, I taught a class where I built a live WordPress Web site as part of the 2017 International Awards & Personalization Expo. For those who want to see the site we built, click here. Note that this site will be deleted after a few months. …

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Free Facebook Page Cover Photo Template for 2017 Dimensions

Did you know that Facebook quietly changed the pixel dimensions for cover photos of Facebook pages a few months back? I didn’t realize it at the time, though I did notice a small change in how things displayed. For reference, the old size was 851 pixels wide by 315 pixels …

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Recap of Three Year Expansion of Unleashed Web Family

As the calendar rolled over to the year 2014, there was only one active Web site for us here at Unleashed. Yes, we technically had a second site but it simply pointed back to the main site. All of the products, services and content were stored on the unleash.com site. …

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Converting a Stock Graphic Into a Logo

Recently I started working with a new client on a Web site. We can discuss the Web site in a future post. Today I wanted to focus on how the logo was built. When we met, the client had already purchased a bitmap graphic to be used as a starting …

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Details Matter When Adding Products to Shopping Cart

I love designing Web sites for clients. My favorite type of sites are e-commerce because I can see that the clients are selling products or services. Want to know more about the service? Go to our e-commerce page. In most cases, we use a shopping cart named WP-EasyCart and it …

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Turbocharge Name Badges With Imposition and eCut

I write a column for Insights magazine every other month for the Awards and Personalization Association. The most recent article they published was entitled Turbocharge Name Badges With Imposition and eCut and you can download a PDF of it for free. You can also read the entire November 2016 of …

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Filter Forge 6 Releasing Soon and Fully 64-Bit

I got an e-mail recently from the folks who make Filter Forge. They made me a deal I couldn’t refuse. If I would write a few words about the upcoming Filter Forge 6, they would give me an upgrade for free. There were no criteria about what to write, just …

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