HTML5 Attacks: What You Need to Know

HTML5 is one of the promising new key technologies that powers the web. Though it is still under development, HTML5 is high in demand especially given the fact that the use of smart phones and internet enabled mobile devices is growing exponentially every year. HTML, the heart of the web, has made big advances with […]

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Building a DOM Library Inspired by jQuery

In this tutorial we’re going to build a jQuery-esque library from scratch. We’ll be targeting the latest browsers (IE9+) so we can make use of the some of the features that ECMAScript 5 provides out of the box. How to Build a DOM Library Collections & functions In JavaScript we can store data in arrays […]

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The Missing Component of an Excellent User Experience

When I first read these statistics, I didn’t believe it was real. Amazon could have lost $1.6 billion in annual sales if this issue had not been addressed. Likewise, Mozilla increased their conversion rate by 15.6% because they improved their user experience by focusing on this one specific area. Let me ask you, what comes […]

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12 Skills You Need to Develop a Website

Have you ever wished to consider yourself as a self taught web developer without going to college to learn CSS, PHP, Javascript and avoiding this long-term self-learning of programming languages via books and online courses? At the end of this article we will suggest some ideas to accomplish this, but first we need to look […]

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How to Test the HTML/CSS Skills of a Potential Web Developer

This is a sponsored post. It’s become the one decision that can make or break an online or retail business: hiring a web developer or programmer capable of creating a website that is functional, adopting the current best web practices and scalable. You could ask a friend for a web developer recommendation. You could also […]

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How to Make Changes to CSS Animations and Transitions Using JS

When it comes to creating animations, there are two ways you can choose to perform the task – with CSS or JavaScript. Which one you’ll select depends on your project requirements and the type of effects you want in your design. However, the web development community believes that CSS animation is more difficult compared to […]

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Integrating SVG Data Using JavaScript

Almost every person in the web development community is aware of SVG (also referred to as Scalable Vector Graphics). SVG is nothing more than an image format (just like JPEG and GIF) used to define vector based graphics. However, SVG has some advantages over the other image formats, two of the most important ones are […]

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DataURI vs CSS Sprites – Understanding Which One Performs Better

As a website’s complexity increases, the performance of the website becomes an important consideration for site owners. Most importantly, you need to consider how your site will perform if it contains too many images. Considering the fact that, images have more chances to be shared than the text displayed on a site, many site owners […]

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