Our development team is in the zone, reaching milestones on a weekly basis. February is going to be an exciting month for us.
We have so many amazing things planned, and we are happy to kick things off with the release of Tabs Pro 2.1.
Over the last weeks we’ve given Tabs Pro some love and today we’re happy to release a new version.
Guys,Tabs Pro 2.0 is out and it comes with new features and looks amazing! Tabs Pro 2.0 is not just a fresh coat of paint. We’ve made the core experiences at the heart of Tabs Pro better.
The whole admin UI was redesigned, so if you’re a big fan of Twitter Bootstrap, you’ll appreciate the overall cleaner look that Bootstrap Admin brings to the Tabs Pro dashboard.
In this post I’ll summarize what you will get with the new version. If you are not sure to change to this version, just read this article and you will amazed.
Oh well, it’s the first week of September which, for most of us, means the end of our summer breaks — the professional’s equivalent of “going back to school.”
These past few months have historically been a time for vacations, rest and relaxation with your loved ones. We know this because the “out of office” auto-reply emails come in waves during the summer months.
It’s no secret that the responsive movement is driving the Web forward, as hundreds of different internet-enabled devices enter the market – bringing with them an innumerable variety of screen resolutions.
Where before, web designers contended with a handful of different screen resolutions, the very phrase “standard resolution” is almost a punchline nowadays.
We know that any design that hopes to stand the test of time needs to be responsive, and we’re in it for the long haul with Tabs ...
If you are still thinking whether to snap your license of Tabs Pro now or not, then you've to decide fast...
Because Tabs Pro 40% discount is ending tomorrow.
You know...one of the nice things about web pages is that they can be as short or long as you like. However, long pages can be intimidating and your visitors might find it difficult to find the information that is relevant to them.
Why don't you consider displaying some of your content in tabs? And if you think ...