Bootstrap is a free collection of tools for creating websites and web applications. It is very powerful and used by many popular sites. However, if you're looking to build out a hefty site on this framework, you'll find yourself doing a lot of the heavy lifting. That's because Twitter bootstrap only offers a few example templates to work with. Today, I'm showing you 35 amazing Bootstrap templates that you can get for the super low price of $9 from our partner Mighty Deals.
Today I got some good news for all fellow web developers and designers: Our partner MightyDeals.com is offering $250 in prizes to CatsWhoCode.com readers. Just read this post to know how you can take part to the giveaway.
Despite its open source nature, WordPress sill has its limitations. There's always 1 or 2 things you wish you could change about a specific theme, but if you're not an experienced developer, it can be a nightmare to figure out how to make those changes. Today, I'll showcase a great tool named Ultimatum which can help you creating complex WordPress themes with no coding.
After our successful partnerships with ThemeFuse on WPRecipes, I’m glad to host another contest where 3 lucky CWC readers will win a premium WordPress theme. Joining the giveaway is free and easy, so don’t wait and join in!
If you were thinking to build a website online and have a hard time deciding which service to choose, here's some good news for you. The team at IM Creator is giving away 3 subscriptions that will enable the winners to use the service free of charge for one year.
Hey, it's Christmas time, so I'm very happy to introduce a new giveaway courtesy of our partner CodeInWP. This time, you can win five $100 vouchers for either psd to WP or WordPress development jobs. Good luck!
Here are some good news for coders and web designers: Our partner Codemyconcept is giving away $250 and $150 worth of their services for two lucky winners to spend on their services. More details about the contest below.