Pop-ups windows are some of the most common UI elements that we can find in websites. Sometimes it’s useful to add a pop-up to your pages. You can use it, for example, to create a contact forms (sign-up boxes), photo galleries, or for areas of your website that you might need a link containing “more information”.Continue reading →
Recently I migrated my personal website to Adobe Muse and hosted it on GitHub Pages. Here it is: arthurgareginyan.com. Everything looks good. I tried to preserve my existing URLs. But the process wasn’t perfect. So I created a custom 404 page.Continue reading →
I have recently put together an Adobe Muse website hosted in GitHub Pages here: www.arthurgareginyan.com. GitHub Pages accepts static HTML and can’t execute languages like PHP or use a database. I love static websites. They are simple and fast. But they don’t have a back-end to create things such as contact form. So firstly I was just giving my email address on the website, which turned out to be bad idea. Then I googled and stumbled upon Formspree, and I fell in love.Continue reading →
GitHub Pages is an incredibly simple, user-friendly solution for hosting a simple personal website. By default the address will beContinue reading →
username.github.io. Below, I’ll explain how I set up my github.io user page with my own domain name arthurgareginyan.com that registered trough GoDaddy.com.
The WordPress download button is a special button which are linked to file in repository of your software at WordPress.org. In this article you will learn how to add a dark with gradient WordPress download active button to your website or blog, using just code (HTML, CSS & SVG data), without any image files. The design of button and WordPress icon will be generated by code.Continue reading →