Every web developer, or even aspiring web developer needs a set of tools that will help them keep up with the fast-pace coding world. Some are your own resources, while others are a must-have for every developer. Below are the seven things any web developer would absolutely need to be successful.
Some WordPress plugins are pointless, others are fun, but these 10 are needed by any blogger. It can be impossible to find the right ones, so I’ve collected a list of, in my opinion, the top 10 WordPress plugins, and responded to why they’re helpful.
I recently discovered this set of PHP tutorials, and was so impressed I thought I’d share them with my own readers. I’ve been studying PHP on my own for years, so most of this was pretty familiar to me. However, these tutorials are so detailed and well-made that I still learned new things at the beginner level.
Unfortunately, he’s going to only make 15 screencasts for this set, and plans to end the entire series there. (I did root for him to create an intermediate series in a comment once, though. We’ll see what happens.)
I’ve embedded the first video here, but you can view it on the home site along with links to all the others here.
I apologize for the lack of posts lately. I’ve been busy with finishing up a term at school and getting up my portfolio. I have two weeks free now, however, so I should start updating more.
It looks like the sleek, Web 2.0 style website design was the most popular request on last week’s poll. This is not surprising since these types of designs are very popular right now, or in the very least, the core components of them are popular: simplicity, typography, whitespace, and a close attention to proximity.
In this tutorial we will be updating the cascading menu we created in jQuery Tutorial: Part II: Cascading Menu. We’ll be adding some CSS to make it look a bit nicer, so hopefully I’ll catch some more interest of the designers!
I’ll also be adding some neat effects that make the tutorial look more like Flash, with the use of parameters. This introduction to parameters will be both helpful with our cascading menu, and with most uses of jQuery.
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