Online Portfolio For Graphic Designer (Ch-02 Behance Edition)


In our Previous Blog we have discussed about online portfolio for Graphic Designer. Hope that now you are ready to make your profile. Here we will discuss about a renowned site that all designer knows called Behance.

Behance is one of the popular site all over the world. It’s easy to use and show to others what a designer has done. It’s fully free to upload your portfolio and there have no review section that make easy to any type of designer to upload. Today we are going to tell you how to make profile at Behance. So don’t wasting time, let’s start !!


First Step:  First of all we will go to to open the Behance page.

Second Step: Now we will Sign-up or Sign-in to Behance. Remember that, you can see all the other people’s portfolio what they have done without Sign-in.

Third Step: After Sign-in, we will complete our profile in information like, Name, Education Institute, Job, Profile Picture, Contact number etc. After doing these, now you are ready to upload your work as a showcase.

Fourth Step: This is the final Step. Now you can upload your work, information etc as a show case. After upload you can share your works to others via social media. This is one kind of marketing to you to express other that says what you can do.


This online profile helps you to make known to other about your work, talent & creativity. It also helps you get job cause buyer will knock you after watching your works.

We will discuss about the relationship between Online portfolio, Marketing & Get job but not today. Have a good luck and if you have any question to me you can ask.    

Online Portfolio for Graphic Designer (Chapter 01)

Everything is depends on Result. You are good or better or best, that will show your output. If you are a good Textile Engineer then you have to prove yourself by good Clothing quality. If you are a good Architect then you have show your out in Building.

Designing is comes from your mind. It’s belongs to your creativity. So, if you are good designer, you supposed to have a good portfolio. And today we are going to talk about online portfolio for Graphic Designer.


There are two types of portfolio, 1. Visual Portfolio  2. Online Portfolio.


For a Graphic Designer, this is very difficult or impossible to make Visual Portfolio cause how many logo, business card, brusher you can print to show up others. And if you are a UI/UX Designer then it is impossible to print the Mobile Application or Web Layout. So you have maintain Online Portfolio.


The benefit from online portfolio you can show your creative works from anywhere, anytime, anyone. It is also can be a storage for future also cause your works will never be deleted from online storage. So we can say online portfolio is secure.


There have many sites give you the facilities to make your online portfolio for free but sometimes you can pay some for extra benefit. Here we giving you some example for your online portfolio.


  1. Dribbble
  2. Behance
  3. Coroflot
  4. Cargo
  5. DROPR

So, there have too many chances to make your online portfolio. Remember one thing, Now or Never. So don’t waste your time and make your profile today. In my next blog I’ll discuss more thing about this and also tell you how to make online portfolio. Feel free to ask any question to me.

PHP Recursive Function with Example

In a sentence, The recursive function is a function that calling by itself. That means if a function/method keeps calling itself that called recursive function. The recursive function is useful when something needs to do again and again until they terminated.

The skeleton of Recursive Function:

A recursive function must have to call by itself. And there also have to have a terminating condition, causes if there is no condition for terminating then it goes to infinity.


Factorials are a very easy maths concept. I using a recursive function to implement the factorial concept. Suppose you are written like 5! and this means 5 * 4 * 3 * 2 * 1. So 6! is 720 and 4! is 24.

Find which WordPress file you need to edit to customize a theme

Unlike static websites WordPress page and Posts are dynamically generated. So, it is not easy to just search and find which WordPress theme file to edit when customizing themes. Figuring out the right file in WordPress theme is like a puzzle and it needs experience & knowledge about WordPress theme file hierarchy in details. I always wished for an easier way for this task. As you are reading this blog post, I’m pretty sure you also feel like me.

The good news is, now there is a better way. Yes! I’m talking about a plugin for this. The plugin is called ” What The File“. They claim-“What The File is the best tool to find out what template parts are used to display the page you’re currently viewing!” and so far the claim seems to be true to me.

How to use this

Using the plugin is very easy. First, you need to install and activate the plugin. After that, while visiting your website as logged in admin user you’ll be able to see the right side of the admin bar just before the user menu with user thumbnail.

Implementation of Elasticsearch with Monolog

Monolog with Elasticsearch

Elasticsearch is a search engine based on Java LuceneElasticsearch provides a distributed, full-text search engine. It works with an HTTP protocol and schema-free JSON documents. And the monolog is the PHP library to manage application logs. It’s most popular library for PHP. Monolog has a  lot of search handler and Elasticsearch is one of them. So that in this article I am showing implementation Elasticsearch with monolog.

Code Snippet:

File: composer.json

    "require": {
        "php": ">=5.5.0",
        "ruflin/elastica": "dev-master",
        "monolog/monolog": "^1.22"

File: index.php

require 'vendor/autoload.php';
use Monolog\Handler\ElasticSearchHandler;
use Monolog\Logger;
use Elastica\Client;
$client = new Client();
$options = array(
    'index' => 'elastic_search_logs',
    'type' => 'elastic_doc_type',
$handler = new ElasticSearchHandler($client, $options);
$log = new Logger('application_logs');
$log->error('Write your error message');
$log->info('Write your info message');
$log->warn('Write your info message');

From this snippet, you can understand the Implementation of Elasticsearch with Monolog