At a recent project, I needed to draw an image in canvas. The app had to be fullscreen, and the image should resize in the canvas proportionally. I searched for a code that does it, but couldn’t find any. Actually it’s not very hard to write piece of code that does it and today I will guide you how.
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Pulse CMS have always been my choice when it comes to small projects and one-page websites. It is easy to set up ( no database ) and has everything your clients need – easy way to edit content, gallery, contact form, blog and stats. If you haven’t heard about it, check the demo. You can include it into your own, static html/php template, or use it with the responsive front-end template that comes with it. The admin area is easy to translate – you just need to edit the pulsepro/includes/lang.php file. Today’s freebie is bulgarian translation to the admin area. You can download it from here. If you’ve purchased Pulse CMS, you can just drop the lang.php file into pulsepro/includes folder and override default language file.
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Flat design is hot topic right now. It is minimalistic, clean, open-space and full of bright colors and two-dimensional, “flat” icons. This showcase features ten of my favorite websites that implements it.
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