Whether you’re a complete beginner or just looking to polish off some of the rust, this collection of 8 informational eBooks covers the most important aspects of coding for Web Design… Read more:
All those who work on HTML should be really considerate and careful about the HTML policies. This is because they catch up the most minor mistakes in the code and they name them as the HTML mistakes. Read more:
Homepage is the first page of a website that usually comes to the eyes of the users. It loads when users get to a website and one would see vital information regarding the site from the homepage. The homepage is … Continue reading
Tutorials are one of the easiest and most convenient ways to learn new techniques and skills; this is the reason why you see dozens of fresh tutorials on the web. In today’s assortment, we bring some incredible CSS3 tutorials that … Continue reading
5 Costly Web CMS Mistakes The right tools are critical to your digital marketing strategy. Avoid these five WCM mistakes and you’ll be fine.
Make your site mobile ready without creating a mobile site It’s estimated that by 2013, there will be more mobile internet users than desktop users. Here’s how to prepare your own site. Read more
18 (More) Services to Convert Websites For Mobile Devices http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/convert-websites-for-mobile-devices-part-2/ Do you have a mobile friendly version of your website or blog? With mobile devices now driving nearly 7 percent of Web traffic (according to CNET), it’s now more important … Continue reading
15 Best CSS Practices to Make Your Life Easier http://www.onextrapixel.com/2012/06/05/15-best-css-practices-to-make-your-life-easier/ CSS was started in 1997 to help website developers create and design their own attractive web pages. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are a type of language used to change the format and look … Continue reading
CSS Spotlight Menu http://www.cssdrive.com/index.php/news/item/css_spotlight_menu/ A CSS menu with an animated “spotlight” background effect, using CSS3′s border-radius property and transitions.
CSS generated content and screen readers http://www.456bereastreet.com/archive/201205/css_generated_content_and_screen_readers/ As all widely used web browsers (unless you still consider IE7 as being widely used) now support the :before and :after pseudo-elements along with the content property, using those pseduo-elements has become more and more common.
Creating Mobile-Optimized Websites Using WordPress http://mobile.smashingmagazine.com/2012/05/24/creating-mobile-optimized-websites-using-wordpress/