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Comparing Inkling vs. Pressbooks

The battle for the better online publishing tool

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Background Videos, More Background Videos

Tips and guidelines for using looping background videos

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2016 Website Trends, the Newness

What new(ish) things you’ll hear about this year

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7 tips for customizing your WordPress admin

Here at openbox9, we work with several different content management systems to build innovative and relevant websites. One of those is WordPress. If your website runs on WordPress, here are …

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A guide to using shortcodes

Shortcode is your next shortcut A shortcode is a WordPress-specific code that lets you do nifty things with very little effort. Shortcodes can embed files or create objects that would …

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Six Things You Didn’t Know Word Could Do :: Design and Microsoft Word, Part 1

Using the humble Microsoft Word for in-house materials

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The Stanford Report: From print to pdfs and beyond

Stanford. The name conjured images of ivy league institutions, with distinguished alumni, yet I knew next to nothing of the reality of the school. That was about to change. When …

Demystifying image quality

[intro]“How do I know if my images are large enough to print?”, “What is DPI?”, “Can’t you use the hipster baby photo on my tumblr feed for the poster?”[/intro] These …

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Protect Your Web Treasure

Keep your website secure and safe from attacks.

Code like it’s 1995

You may be new to HTML, or you may have been born with a computer in your tiny hands; either way I’ve collected some tips and best practices for coding HTML emails.

Demystifying image file formats

Vector vs. Raster Vector images are created using geometrical formulas in programs such as Adobe Illustrator. Vector artwork is made up of a series of points and lines that uses …

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