While many would agree that making a good cup of espresso is an art within itself, having a latte art on your favorite espresso drinks make it more enjoying and a complete experience as many people say. Latte art is a method of making a coffee by pouring steamed milk into the espresso creating a different pattern and design on the surface. There are two types of latte art, one is the free pouring where patterns and designs are created during the pour, and the second is etching where they use a tool to create a pattern after the pour. Creating a heart shape and the “rosetta” or “rosette” also known as “fern” are the two most common forms of latte art. Of the two types, hearts are simpler to make and are common to macchiato, while rosettes are more complex and common in lattes.
Here is A Great Collection of Tasty and Delicious Latte Art that are visually appealing and are too beautiful to drink. This would be an inspiring collection for all the baristas and coffee house bartenders out there. Check out this list and try to feel the aroma floating from these examples. Enjoy!
More and more Christian churches have created church websites on the thought of getting new members as well as realizing the importance of their web presence. This keep the members connected even if they are away and build friendships within the church and the community. There are a lot of church websites out there but only certain of them are professionally designed. They all have a few things in common and that is their main focus is on the content. A church website should look great without the extra fluff sound and flash. The links should also very easy to find. The feel of a wonderful church website would crisp and clean to set the church websites apart from every other.
Here is a collection of 30 Wonderful Designs of Church Websites that were sensitively designed to fit the church atmosphere and comforts. Take a glimpse at these designs as they are an excellent source of inspiration for any project. Enjoy!
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used to describe the look and formatting of a document written in a markup language. The CSS Compressor is basically used to compress CSS by removing all unnecessary characters from source code and therefore reducing the code size and make your web page load faster without changing its functionality. These unnecessary characters usually includes comments, white space characters, new line characters, and sometimes block delimiters which are only useful at the development stage of the web page. There are three different levels of compression mode. These are the light, normal, and the super compact compression. Choose from these different levels of compression depending on how legible you want the compressed CSS to be versus the degree of compression.
Here are the 20 Useful Examples of Web-Based CSS Compressor to help you compact your CSS code into the smallest size as possible, hence, improving the load time performance of any website. Take time to browse this list as these tools can automatically do this time-consuming job for you. Enjoy!