Archive for the ‘Web Development’ Category

RailsConf 2011 Live Stream

Wednesday May 18th, 2011

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Showcase of HTML5-Powered Sites

Friday May 13th, 2011

Source: Showcase of HTML5-Powered Sites.

The Wired Mind

“HTML5 brings clear improvements to the web today, the World Wide Web Consortium, W3C, specifically stresses that HTML5 is still in testing stages, and is scheduled to reach “Recommendation” stage (i.e. “release”), in 2014. Despite this, many developers have taken advantage of HTML5, as we’re about to see…”

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WordPress Tutorial: Add an Options page to your WP theme

Tuesday November 10th, 2009

MySuperTheme-Options-WordPress

Have you built your own wordpress theme and now would like to add flexibility by allowing the admin to customize parts of it? Then what you need is an Options page within the WP admin side. Now you’re thinking “OMG, admin side? That’s much too complex for me!!!”. FALSE! Believe me: read this tutorial, and then you’ll be able to add any kind of option to your theme!

So, ready for some PHP? Let’s go!

In this tutorial, I’ll customize a theme named MySuperTheme. I’ll add an Options page to allow the admin to embed his/her video on the home page.
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Website Design: 30+ Beautiful wood inspired designs

Wednesday September 23rd, 2009

Source: Website Design: 30+ Beautiful wood inspired designs | designrfix.com.

Wood web design

“Many designers today are using different styles to create some stunning web designs. In today’s post I would like to share with you some really amazing examples of websites that have been inspired by wood. These sites all bring a sense of warm and personal feeling when viewing them. I have assembled a collection of 30+ beautifully designed wooden website. I hope these sites will inspire you to create your own creations. Enjoy!…”

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20 Excellent Mootools Techniques for Rich User Interface

Friday April 10th, 2009

Source: 20 Excellent Mootools Techniques for Rich User Interface | DevSnippets.

BySlideMenu

“The User experience has dramatically improved over the past few years, resulting in rich and responsive user interface. AJAX, javascript and CSS are widely used to offer users the dynamic interaction that they have come to expect from advanced, sophisticated, professional solutions.

There’s a lot of powerful interactivity you can bring to your site to spice up just about any web page using one of the most powerful and modular javascript libraries—MooTools! It’s important to note that small and useful features can cleverly deal with hiding and showing important information in non-traditional ways…”

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25 Most Useful Blogs for Web Design & Development

Tuesday April 7th, 2009

Source: 25 Most Useful Blogs for Web Design & Development | Web Resources | WebAppers.

WebAppers

“I would like to share 25 Most Useful Blogs for Web Design and Development. Almost all of them are daily updated, and cover a wide range of topics including inspiration, design trends, tutorials, interviews, website showcase, programming techniques and resources. Add them all to your RSS reader and receive these useful information every day…”

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Learn How to Style Articles for Print and Email

Monday April 6th, 2009

Source: Learn How to Style Articles for Print and Email – Nettuts+.

Demo of a printable page

“When designing websites, a commonly desired feature is the ability to dynamically print or email any section of a webpage. Unfortunately, this idea is usually scrapped later in the project due to a lack of time or knowledge. Formatting the text for printing is more difficult than it might initially seem. Today, we will use JavaScript to automatically search for certain page elements and format them correctly for a printing…”

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20 Useful PHP + jQuery Components & Tuts for Everyday Project

Source: 20 Useful PHP + jQuery Components & Tuts for Everyday Project | Noupe.

Gallery

“Web applications have made huge leaps and bounds in improving user experience thanks to a lot of recently developed Ajax technology. When you combine some neat functionality courtesy of PHP with the cleverness of jQuery you can produce some pretty neat effects. In an effort to help you take it up a notch, we’d like to share some methods for helping your site anticipate a user’s next move…”

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