Homepage image sliders, aka carousels, are the ideal device to communicate your brand. You can use it to showcase your website information by displaying multiple images in an eye-catching way that grabs your visitors’ attention and turn them into clients/readers.
If you’re searching for premium WordPress Themes with gorgeous homepage sliders, look no further than our Bluchic Themes. Our themes sliders offer more flexibility and possibility; not just limited to show the latest posts. It allows you to insert any images and link to any URL.
To give you an idea, we have put together 6 creative ways of using homepage slider in websites and blogs. All examples used in this post are from our customers websites.
We always have a soft spot for calligraphy artwork where every stroke is made with love and attention. That said, nothing beats a handcrafted custom calligraphy work. But there are times where we need to save time and money. That’s when we’ll turn to calligraphy fonts for something that can be used quickly and still look as if hours of work had been spent on it.
In this post, we feature 10 irresistible calligraphy fonts for under $35 that you should know; sorted by the price range. They can be used for your website design, homepage banner design, logo, stationery design and more. Enjoy!
Have you ever landed on a beautiful website and wondered what font was being used? I know we have!
Gone are the days when we have to use a limited selection of web-safe fonts for the websites and blogs; such as Arial, Verdana, Georgia, etc. Now we get to play with so much more beautiful fonts for the web.
Imagine you come across a website or blog, and notice the handwriting font used for the headline title is to die for! You can’t wait to use it for your next project. Now, off to find and download the font. But, wait a minute… What is that font name? Ugh, bummer.
Identifying fonts was previously a troublesome task, often requiring you to contact the site owner and ask the million dollar question of what font did he/she use for the site.
But guess what? You don’t have to do that anymore! There are free tools out there that you can use to immediately identify a font that’s being used on a website. We’ll show you step-by-step how to use two of these tools to identify fonts.