​Build Your Own Technology Stack [Infographic]

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20 Codepen Solutions for Awesome Mouse Effects

Leading technologies, like WebGL, give a significant boost to some traditional elements that we are accustomed to believing ‘reach plateaux.’ As it turns out the standard state, such as hover, can have a new life full of dynamics, adventures, and unexpected twists that have a beneficial impact on the online audience. Paired with particle animations, […]

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How to Make a Stunning Website? Tilda Publishing!​

This is a sponsored post via Syndicate Ads. Tilda is a modular website builder that makes it easy for everyone to create cool websites in a matter of hours. Using our handy building blocks, Tilda fans all over the world create portfolios, landing and commercial pages, presentations, longreads, interactive stories, blogs and lots of other […]

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Developer’s Snack: Exploration on Web Tab Modules

The use of web tab module has been widely adopted to break content into multiple sections that can be swapped on the fly to save space. Each tab displays a separate chunk of content when clicked. It becomes perfect if your page needs to hold a large amount of content. With this, it allows the […]

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Put Your eCommerce Checkout on a Diet Plan

When creating an ecommerce website a lot of time is given to the design of the home and product pages to ensure a customer can find and add a product to their basket as easily as possible. If the website can get the user this far then surely the customer will simply flow through the […]

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Progressive Enhancement: What It Is and How To Use It

There’s plenty of controversy between developers about whether or not we should continue to support IE6, especially with the addition of CSS3 and HTML5. No matter what side of the IE6 fence you’re on, you should understand that a website cannot, and should not, look exactly the same in every browser. Image credit: bioxid This […]

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Accessibility 101: An Introduction

Accessibility appears to go in cycles where interest surrounding it rises and falls. It’s not that people forget about the importance of web accessibility, but that it’s viewed as such a large undertaking. It’s not simply about the implementation of an accessible website, but also the testing and design phases which make a fully accessible […]

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An Overview of PHP Framework Guides for Developers

PHP is a widely used, powerful programming language that allows us to develop massive web applications. Other scripting languages that can be used aside from PHP, are ASP and Ruby. However, PHP is still being implemented the most, and it has no plans of backing down. PHP’s popularity is attributed to how easy it is […]

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The Bits of JavaScript that Every Designer Needs to Know

Although not programmers, every web designer needs to know at least a bit of JavaScript to do decently in one’s career. XHTML and CSS are great, but they can only do so much for a web page. Adding the interactivity and/or special effects that JavaScript can allow can not only enhance a design, but also […]

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MySQL Has Functions (Part 1) : Date & Time Functions

If you’re a web developer who uses PHP, you’re no doubt aware of the hundreds of functions available to you when creating websites and web applications. However, what you’re probably not really aware of is the wealth of functions available to you within the MySQL database management system that can make your life much easier. […]

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