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Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Top 3 for the day

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20 Photos That Will Make You Fall In Love Again

Posted: 16 Mar 2020 06:12 AM PDT

Photographs capture various moments and instances in time, locking in the sometimes heartwarming, other times heartbreaking emotions within that snapshot. There is a reason why wedding photography is so popular. It captures the love shared between two souls, the perfect romance in the air.

In celebration of this, I’ve collected 20 photographs that convey the tender feelings of love shared between lovebirds, young and old. May these photos inspire you to fall in love all over again this Valentine’s day and to cherish those in your life, for better or for worse.

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When you have eyes for no one else.

Image Source: Just Wedding

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Savor the little moments together.

Image Source: Upworthy

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The love between Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward is the stuff of love stories.

Image Source: The Red List

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Can you tell that they were newly engaged?

Image Source: Truly Charlee

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Chemistry between Natalie Wood and her co-star Steve McQueen.

Image Source: Smushnoses

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Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall look as affectionate as ever on their wedding day.

Image Source: The National Vintage Wedding Fair

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Haman and Wan demonstrate what it’s like when you’re wrapped up in your own little world.

Image Source: Amy Oliver Weddings

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A couple shares a tender moment that you can feel from this capture.

Image Source: My Modern Met

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Singer Lorde and James Lowe chills in comfort and in love.

Image Source: E Online

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Giavanna and David’s happiness is evident through their smiles.

Image Source: Jena Cumbo

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Before William and Kate, there was Elizabeth and Phillip.

Image Source: Huffington Post Canada

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Even against the norms of society, love can blossom – Pearl Bailley and Louise Bellson, both famous names in the Jazz scene.

Image Source: Explore PA History

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Love is in the air. And in the mountains.

Image Source: Huffington Post

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Johnny and Blue, the first American Korean War Bride share a loving moment, proving that love is truly a universal language.

Image Source: Time

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This presidential power couple know that a little time alone every now and then keeps the love going strong.

Image Source: News One

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From HONY, this new relationship was captioned: “I was like: ‘So are we a thing?’. And he was like: ‘I don’t know. Are we?’ "

Image Source: Humans Of New York

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There is a reason why veils are an important part of a wedding.

Image Source: Two Mann

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Gen-Y may be hooking up through technology but the way Selena and Conor look here, that’s pretty much love IRL.

Image Source: Jena Cumbo

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Someone who can make you laugh is definitely someone you want along for the ride.

Image Source: Huffington Post

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In the end, this is the kind of love everyone is looking for.

Image Source: Lauren Fleishman

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The post 20 Photos That Will Make You Fall In Love Again appeared first on Hongkiat.

Create Beautiful Progress Bar For Website with Pace.js

Posted: 16 Mar 2020 03:13 AM PDT

For some users, a progress bar can be a very useful thing. It informs them of how much closer they are to completing tasks. Normally, this is used to give a more user-friendly experience. When you open a webpage on your favourite browser, there is already a default progress bar in the browser tab to see if the page is completely loaded.

With Pace.js, you can now incorporate the page load progress bar into your own page.

Pace.js is a javascript library to create a beautiful page load progress bar in a website. The progress is established automatically by inspecting ajax requests, document ready state, event loop lag (showing that javascript is being executed) and the existence of specific elements on a page.

When an ajax navigation or a pushState event takes place, the progress bar will also be restarted again.

Getting Started

Pace.js is very easy to implement. It can be used even without having jQuery library in your site. You just need to incorporate pace.js and a CSS theme of your choice as early as possible into your document:

  <head>    <script src="../pace.js"></script>    <link href="../themes/pace-theme-corner-indicator.css" rel="stylesheet" />  </head>  

That’s it! You’re done and your site now has a beautiful page loading progress bar.

progress bar demo

Configuration

Substance wise, there’s no need for additional configuration as Pace.js comes with full automation. But if the default setting doesn’t meet your needs, you can use your own configuration as well.

To customize further, there are two simple methods you can choose. First, by including configuration inside window.paceOption like the following.

  <script>  paceOptions = {    // Configuration goes here. Example:    elements: false,    restartOnPushState: false,    restartOnRequestAfter: false  }  </script>  

A second method is where you can easily add data-pace-options inside a script tag then define the configuration and call the pace.js resource like so.

  <script data-pace-options='{ "ajax": false }' src='pace.js'></script>  

You can find the complete list of available configurations you can use in the source page.

Final Thought

This plugin comes with a bunch of ready-to-use themes. To see the full list and demo of the themes, you can head on over to the plugin site. If those themes don’t suit you, you can easily create your own. With the help of a plugin like Pace.js, now you don’t have to worry about difficulties in implementing a loading page progress bar into your site.

The post Create Beautiful Progress Bar For Website with Pace.js appeared first on Hongkiat.

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