Are you a designer? Do you want to become a designer? Have you ever thought about bringing out the creative in you? Now is a great opportunity for you to stack up on some high quality design resources so you can tackle any design wishes you may have with The Mega Design Bundle 2.0.
The Mega Design Bundle 2.0 contains more than 2.5 GB of smooth icons, flashy vector elements, intuitive Photoshop templates, and other essential designer assets for literally pennies on the dollar. And you can get it for only $49.99 during this limited time offer from Cult of Mac Deals.
Editorially is a web-based text editor that I wish I used. It has a gorgeous interface, lots of great collaborative features, and now it even exports to Dropbox and WordPress, which would let me write pretty much anything I ever need to write in it.
Sadly, I have no need for collaboration, and I swore of writing anything but an email address in the browser years ago after losing work to crashes.
Getting your website online – and keeping it there – shouldn’t be something you should have to think about once you’ve picked a host. Yet there are circumstances where you have no choice but to think about that. There are a ton of hosting options out there, but one of the most popular is DreamHost because of their reliability, service, and price.
I’m no web designer. I’m not a coder either. I’ve either used WordPress or Squarespace to build my sites, which enables me to focus on content more than anything else. But there are times where I wish I knew more about CSS (or more specifically, CSS3) so I could make changes to my templates – even minor ones. I wish I knew how to take care of some of those things so I didn’t have to read up how to do it online – and spend an inordinate amount of time doing so – and then hope that I did it right because all I’ve done is copy and paste some code.
Cult of Mac Deals has an actionable video course that will help you wrap your head around CSS3 (and HTML5) during this limited time offer. For $39 you’ll get this course – and learn about some essential coding practices in the process.
WordPress has released an update to its iOS app that introduces several improvements. Most notably, the app has a new Reader experience for reading posts from followed blogs, liked posts, favorite topics, etc. Automatiic, the company behind WordPress, has also streamlined how the app handles multiple accounts.
Poster, a wonderful WordPress client for iOS, which we’ve written about many times here on Cult of Mac, has been acquired by WordPress creator Automattic.
The app has since been pulled from the App Store and will no longer be available in its current form, but developer Tom Witkin, who announced the acquisition on his blog, insists he will continue to provide support for existing users.
Are you a designer? Do you want to become a designer? Have you ever thought about bringing out the creative in you? Now is a great opportunity for you to stack up on some high quality design resources so you can tackle any design wishes you may have thanks to The Mega Design Bundle and Cult of Mac Deals!
This bundle contains more than 2.5 GB of smooth icons, flashy vector elements, intuitive Photoshop templates, and other essential designer assets for literally pennies on the dollar. Valued at over $1000, you can get it for just $49.99!
Byword, a wonderful Markdown editor for Mac and iOS, has today been updated to version 2.0. The release brings a number of new features to both platforms, with the most notable edition being the ability to publish directly to WordPress, Tumblr, Blogger, and more.
WordPress just released a new update for its iOS app that is sure to make WordPress bloggers happy. The new app features a overhauled UI that makes it easier and faster to blog from your iPhone than before.
The new update ditches the single pane view for a multi-pane view that users can swipe between to access different areas of the app (kind of like the Facebook and Rdio apps). WordPress also added a shortcut to the sidebar to make posting faster, there are also new translations for Russian, Danish, and Korean, improved Tumblr importing, and bug fixes.
If you work with WordPress and have fun building new sites for family, friends, or even yourself, then these 3 developer themes will only better your options. They’re sleek, clean, and have tons of sweet capabilities that will allow you to propel your imagination right onto the web. And right now Cult of Mac Deals has them available for only $49 – a savings of $398!