We usually expect an icon set to have 100s of items and be complete with all the major elements.
However, sometimes, smaller sets can be handy too.. just like Coucou Icons.
The icon set consists of 64 free items which are fun, without a specific-focus but all crafted beautifully.
They are available in .PSD, .AI, .EPS, + .PNG files and free to use in personal and commercial projects.
Gratisography is a website that features high quality photos for free.
It is definitely not a stock photo site, there is a small number of photos but new ones are added regularly.
They are captured by Ryan McGuire and can be used for both personal + commercial projects.
Freepik, a search engine for vectors, photos and illustrations has created an exclusive free vector icon set for WRD readers.
It is named Computer Icons and includes 150 vector computer and computer-related items.
The set comes in .JPG + .SVG formats and it is totally free to be used in personal or commercial projects (re-distribution not allowed).
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RainLoop is a free and open source PHP webmail application for anyone willing to use a single interface for many accounts.
The application has a modern user interface and supports both SMTP + IMAP.
It doesn’t require a database as the e-mails are not stored by the app. The mail server is accessed directly and RainLoop simply displays the e-mails there.
Multiple accounts are supported and each inbox can be viewed in different tabs with no session conflicts.
RainLoop is capable of handling all major webmail functions and other handy features exist too (like Dropbox/Facebook/Twitter/Google integration, auto-completion of addresses or keyboard shortcuts).
Requirements: PHP 5.3+
Caching and compression of every kb served has a huge effect on site performance.
Image Cache is a lightweight PHP class that compresses, moves, and caches the image in the user’s browser.
After that, it returns the new source of the image to be printed in an image tag which results in a serious gain on load time.
The class works by simply setting options like the directory, the base URL, etc. and calling a compress function for each image.