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Shape Type: HTML5 Typography Game

Got creative block? Here’s a cool way to relax: the Shape Type typography game. This online game is for you type fans and according to Scott Gilbertson of Webmonkey.com, to play it, you have to drag the curve adjustment tools to perfect the letterforms in different fonts. The game also helps you to be more […]

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Silverfake Free Font

Here’s a cool font that would look good in your design projects. Created by Alexey Frolov a.k.a. MRfrukta, Silverfake is a new contemporary slab serif wide font. Alexey’s design brings that unique classic feel, the old school-type style that is perfect for retro designs but can also be applied in modern styles. Although it contains […]

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Free Icon Font: Typicons

Websites without icons are unimaginable because icons are now a  staple element in web design. Here’s something I’ve found that is made by Stephen Hutchings, and it can help you make your designs cooler. Named Typicons, it’s a free-to-use icon set embedded in a webfont kit for easy use in your UI. It comes with […]

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How To Change The Font In WordPress HTML Editor

Here’s a quick and short tutorial shared by Damien Oh from WPBDailyBits that shows you how you can change the font in WordPress’ HTML editor. Follow the very brief instructions below to find out how. Open your theme’s functions.php file. Copy/paste the following code below: add_action( ‘admin_head-post.php’, ‘wpdb_fix_html_editor_font’ ); add_action( ‘admin_head-post-new.php’, ‘wpdb_fix_html_editor_font’ ); function wpdb_fix_html_editor_font() […]

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How to Create Smoke Text Effect Using Photoshop’s Non-Destructive Tools

Today’s feature is a Photoshop tutorial  on how you can create a smoke text effect. Tom of PSDFAN has updated his previous tutorial on creating Smokey Typography, where the effect is more realistic than before and uses an updated workflow of Photoshop’s non-destructive tools which you can edit any time. To start it up, create […]

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How to Create Grunge, Metal and Sci-Fi Text Effect

Graphic designer Ainsley Bevis of Tutorials Share gives you a nice text tutorial which you can use in your design projects. Using Photoshop, you can create this sleek grunge, metal and sci-fi text effect. The techniques she used are textures, brushes and shapes with the following resources – metal resources and N-Gage font. Create a […]

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How to Create Arctext.js – Curving Text with CSS3 and jQuery

Arctext.js is a plugin created by  web developer Pedro Botelho that rotates the letters with CSS3 transformation and arranges them along a curved path. The lettering.js calculates the right rotation of each letter then distributes it across the imaginary arc of the radius. Below is the code: radius  : 0, // the minimum value allowed […]

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Shining Text Effect with Groovy Font

Retro nostalgia, baby! Here’s a cool tutorial that will add that disco-inspired style to your text effect with Groovy Font, thanks to the guys at PSDVault. To view the demo and full tutorial, click on the image.            

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How To Reverse Text with CSS

Flip over your text as web design elements with CSS! This first code flips each letter horizontally making them face towards the left while retaining their original positions and sequence. CSS .one {-webkit-transform:rotateY(180deg); -moz-transform:rotateY(180deg); -o-transform:rotateY(180deg); -ms-transform:rotateY(180deg); transform:rotateY(180deg); unicode-bidi:bidi-override; direction:rtl;} HTML <span >Test number one.</span> The second code flips the letters’ direction, position, AND sequence. What […]

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