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free design resources online, where you can find all manner of useful assets such as fonts, icons, backgrounds and more. You might not need them right now
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Programmers and designers, are forced to do so many things as part of their work and sometimes they require certain tools to make the job easier, more convenient or more efficient. In other cases they have to use all kinds of things that cost money like pictures, icons or scripts, but sometimes these things are free on the web or sometimes they just can't find the right sources to use and so we're here. The lists below contain tools for webmasters ranging from free-to-use images, icon repositories, or reference sites designed to enhance the site-building experience and even tools for site promoters who want the work to be more effective. We have collected the best tools for you in the various fields and we will keep up to date.
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Growth Hacking Tools
Growth Hacking - is undoubtedly one of the most deceptive concepts in the technology hall: one that on the one hand encourages a lot of enthusiasm and everyone wants to talk about, but one that for many is not quite clear yet what it says. Who coined the term Growth Hacking is Sean Ellis. According to Shawn himself, Growth Hacking is a process where many different experiments are performed to see what works and what doesn't.
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News websites from all over the world
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Web Design Resources
Classic web design is based on design styles that give each element of the page such as headings, paragraphs and a set of attributes: colors, font size, internal and external spacing (Padding and Margin respectively) and so on. In addition, elements can be placed within each other. The design of all elements of the site is defined in an external file called the CSS file, although design commands can also be given directly within the elements (most often try to avoid this because these settings override the definitions in the design file).
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Extensions (plugins) allow you to take the basic WordPress system (WordPress) and dress it up with more and more tools to solve a particular problem. Today, hundreds of thousands of different plugins are being developed around the world that are released for free through the official WordPress plugin repository or paid for through Envato end-sites or platforms like Codecanyon. The great advantage of using plugins is that you can almost always find a plugin that solves a problem or takes an action that you want for free or a $ 10- $ 50 fee. If in the past every plugin would require a lot of development and investment time, today with the click of a button you can easily download, install and test the plugin.
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