The first Alpha version of Bootstrap has been made available in mid August. This early development build hints that the upcoming version of the popular web development kit will get some great new features. The Bootstrap blog says there are a “ton of” major changes. However, let's see top 5 new features of Bootstrap 4.

Started from April 21 2015, search giant Google now uses mobile friendliness as a signal for ranking websites. In plain text, if your site is mobile friendly, Google will award it with a better ranking while listing in mobile search results. Bing has also introduced 'Mobile-Friendly' tag in search results. So, as a webmaster or site owner, you must ensure that your site renders well on mobile browsers. But how to test it? Here are top three tools to do that.

Images are great ways to express feelings. Visualizing ideas is very effective to gain more user engagement. But finding the appropriate image is not so easy. There are copyright issues as well. But don’t worry, lots of free images are available across the web. In this post, I’ll present 100 sources where you will find free graphic contents.

The web is full of resources for almost all kinds of professionals. But, with limited amount of time, we cannot explore the majority of the web space while looking for our desired contents. In this article, I've gathered some great sources where you can find inspiration for your next web design project.

Bootstrap is a collection of tools and resources that offers fast and easy front-end web development mechanism. It's one of the most popular frameworks used to develop responsive sites. Bootstrap has a big library of plugins, components and tools to edit your site's UI easily. In this post, I'll tell you about 5 Bootstrap UI editors.