Sep 06

A Week in Review N.04

Sat, 09/06/2014 - 10:57 — julie

Envato Roundup

Collis announced that in the next two months there will be improvements to the purchase experience
…and you can read all about what’s changing in rates, fees, and other changes that affect authors here.
After we were made aware of serious vulnerabilities in the Revolution Slider and the Showbiz Pro (WordPress) plugins, we put together a set of steps affected buyers can take to secure their sites. Here is a list of the themes potentially affected.
Dan & Jade have been 'calling all Gmail users' this week, they need your help!
This week we begun rolling out some changes to the watermarking of Market images.
Will from the Growth Team, announced two upcoming API changes.
Tash released the gender diversity figures for Envato. Great post, you should read it!
In this week's episode of Envato Stories we met Power Elite author Andy Wilkerson, aka Parallelus.

The Design Community

Barış Ünver published an in-depth Guide to WordPress 4.0 on Tuts+.
Chris Coyier wrote a complete guide to Centering in CSS.
Codrops shared a couple of modern and subtle tab styles and effects for your inspiration.
Fabio Carneiro and Bradley Gula from MailChimp’s email team where interviewed by Matthew Smith.
Looking for some typography inspiration? Have some handpicked tales from Aesop's Fables.
We shared a bunch of retina-ready mobile UI kits.
Nicki Hart wrote some great tips for building a cohesive design across your print designs.
Have you ever wondered who wrote the Ctrl+Alt+Del dialog? Now you know.

Resources Worth Exploring

WordPress Plugin Boilerplate – A foundation that offers a clear and consistent guide for building.
Standard Markdown – A spec for "standard markdown," with matching C and Javascript implementations.
jQuery Focuspoint – A plugin for dynamically cropping images to fill the available space without cutting out the image's subject.
CSS Shapes Editor – A Chrome Extension for creating and editing CSS Shapes.
uilang – A minimal, UI-focused programming language for web designers.

…and finally…

Perl as a molotov cocktail, Ruby as a ruby encrusted sword and C# as a powerful laser rifle strapped to a donkey… just imagine if programming languages were weapons.

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