• Responsive Column Layouts

    Read this responsive design tutorial and learn how to use responsive column layouts in your next web project. Typically, to create a column layout, you would need to add the first or last classes to reset the margin space and clear the float. Today I’m going to share a very simple CSS trick to create […]

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  • The Ultimate Guide to Readable Web Typography

    Pearsonified kindly explains how to make type readable on websites, and the scientific reasons why in this ultimate guide to readable web typography. Right now, there’s a mathematical symphony happening on your website. Every single one of your readers is subconsciously aware of this symphony, and more important, they are all pre-programmed to respond to […]

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  • 8 Essential Books for Web Designers

    We all had to start learning somewhere, whether through example, online tutorials or more than likely through books. That is why Web Design Ledger have produced a list of 8 must read books for Web Designers. It is pretty interesting to realize that at the same time that design tools and techniques are always evolving, […]

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  • Commons in a Box – Community Platform

    WPMU look at a new community platform called Commons in a Box. This community platform is based on WordPress and Buddypress, and WPMU explain how to use it in this WordPress Tutorial. The City University of New York has been offering its CUNY Academic Commons since 2009, providing faculty and staff with a way to […]

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  • Swap your Background Image on Nav Hover

    Design Shack have written another excellent web developer tutorial, explaining how to swap your background image on nav hover, using HTML and CSS. I love the challenge of building something with CSS that uses one item to trigger another. It can get pretty tricky to wrap your mind around all of the pieces involved and […]

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  • Monetize Your WordPress Website

    Would you like to make some money from your WordPress blog or website? Wouldn’t we all! WPMU shows you how to monetize your WordPress website in this Marketing tutorial. Do You Need Mobile Mobile Ads? As people increasingly use mobile devices to view websites, developers are taking proactive steps to make their sites more mobile-accessible […]

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  • Top 10 Email Marketing Tools

    Check out these ten email marketing tools for connect your visitors to what’s happening in your company. Email Marketing is a highly effective tool to understand better your customers and consolidate their loyalty and trust in your company. One of the strongest points of email marketing is to be a channel of communication much more […]

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  • Build a Pure CSS Accordion Slider

    Follow this excellent css tutorial by Design Shack and learn how to build a CSS Accordion Slider. Who has two thumbs and loves to push the bounds of CSS? This guy. Let’s jump into a project that does just that. It’s pretty experimental and won’t pass the semantic police, but it’ll teach you a heck of […]

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  • CSS3 Tutorial: Create a CSS3 tooltip

    Learn how to create simple CSS3 tooltips in this excellent css3 tutorial written by Web Designer Depot. Tooltips are a great way to show your user more information by simply hovering over an image or text.  They can be used, for example, to provide captions for images, or longer descriptions for links, or any useful […]

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  • Comment Moderation in WordPress: Let your visitors do it

    wpbeginner discusses comment moderation in this WordPress tutorial, and considers why you should let your visitors take control. Comment moderation can be a big pain for larger sites. This is why most large blogs are using third party commenting services like Disqus, Livefyre, etc. All those platforms allow you to appoint any user as your […]

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  • Free Web Developer Software

    Web Design Ledger have put together a list of free web developer software that we all need, from code editors, to FTP clients, download them now or let us know what you use. Lots of freeware is available on the Internet for download. You can find programs for both OSX and Windows for designing and […]

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  • 15 Clean and Minimalistic Websites

    Tripwire Magazine showcase 15 clean and minimalistic websites for design inspiration for your next website. Minimalistic online portfolio designs may work wonders for showcasing artwork, photographs and web designs as they give space and help visitors focus on your important content. A lot of graphic designers and photographers have online portfolios to showcase their work […]

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  • Free WordPress Theme: Agency

    Yes, thats right – Free. Check out this stunning free wordpress theme built on the Twitter Bootstrap framework. With more web traffic happening on tablets and phones these days, it’s invaluable for an online business portfolio to be responsive, minimal and effectively eye catching. If you are looking for a theme that accomplishes this and […]

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  • SEO Tutorial: Keyword Analysis

    Getting the right keywords for your website is crucial for a good SEO strategy, which is why Inbound Now have written this excellent SEO tutorial on Keyword Analysis. Keywords are the currency that Internet marketers use to determine whether a particular niche is or will be profitable online. Using a trusted online service for keyword […]

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  • Tools for Building HTML5 Forms

    Design Shack have produced an excellent HTML5 Tutorial outlining several tools for building HTML5 Forms easily and quickly. Forms can be one of the most complex aspects of your front-end development work. They’re far more complicated than most of the items that you’ll work with from both an HTML and CSS perspective. If you’ve been […]

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  • Google Fonts to Improve Typography

    Design Skew consider using five fonts to improve Typography on your website. All of the following webfonts can be used using Google’s web font service. Google Webfonts gives access to use gorgeous fonts on any webpages and blogs. It helps to make page look cleaner and more readable by improving typography. Google Fonts integrates well […]

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  • Use SASS instead of LESS with Twitter Bootstrap

    For those of you who use Twitter Bootstrap you will probably love the way it utilises LESS CSS, to speed up your web development process. However, quite a few people recently have switched to using SASS, a LESS CSS alternative. How do you go about using SASS with Twitter Bootstrap? For those who don’t know […]

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  • WordPress Snippets to Work with Social Networks

    Cats who Code have again rescued us from the drudgery of hard coding and provided several WordPress snippets which lets your site connect easily to social networks. Social networks are very important on the internet and can bring tons of traffic to your website. Today, I have compiled my favorites WordPress code snippets to work […]

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  • Style your Icons with Iconbench

    Web Designer Depot explains to us how to use Iconbench to style your icons in this web design tutorial. When creating website designs, it’s almost impossible to leave out icons. They help visualize pieces of copy and are absolutely necessary in a detailed and consistent website. Icons create a heightened user-experience and are typically included […]

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  • 30 Amazing SASS Resources

    Most developers and now using either LESS or SASS to speed up their website development, hence why Design Shack have produced this list of 30 amazing SASS Resources including buttons, frameworks, grid systems and bootstrap plugins. Despite the predictions of countless skeptics, Sass hasn’t proved to be a fad at all, but rather a remarkably […]

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