Posts Tagged ‘coding’

18 Jan 2010

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WordPress Plugin Bootcamp Part 1 – Getting Started

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WordPress plugins are big, and for good reason. Not only are they incredibly useful, they also are an excellent way to gain publicity and the real powerhouse of WordPress’ flexibility and customizability. A good plugin can really make a difference, and there’s no reason why you can’t get in on it and learn to write your own.

This week, we’re going to be going all the way from the ground floor to the complex ins and outs of advanced WordPress plugin development. Are you ready?

09 Nov 2009

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HTML 5 Overview and Resources Showcase

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When first looking to learn web design the amount of terms you’re faced with can be daunting which is why it’s important to focus your learning on specific languages and techniques.

If you’ve been learning web design or development recently, or even if you’re a veteran of the web sector, you’re sure to have heard people mentioning HTML 5 here and there. So what is HTML 5? Well, this article is supposed to act as a what’s what of HTML 5, giving you an overview of just what HTML 5 is trying to achieve and where you can find more information on some specifics of the language.

13 Oct 2009

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User-Centric Javascript – How to Use it, How it Can Help You

Kayla gave us a great primer on user-centric design in her article, “The Art of User-Centric Web Design.” Design, however, isn’t the only thing that should centered around the user. The entire web experience should be user-centric, so let’s take a look at how you can use Javascript to support your user-centric goals.

11 Aug 2009

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65 Must-Know CSS Strategies and Tutorials

Often times we only learn the CSS strategies we need to as we go through new projects. However, we should study new strategies in our spare time as well. This way, we can discover new and more efficient methods of getting things done for the future.