New Poll: What browser do you usually start a new web project in?

We have a new poll for this month. I was just wondering what browser everyone starts with during a new project and it may or may not be the same browser that you end in. You can answer the poll here or in the sidebar over the next month. Continue reading »

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CSS Design: Intro to HTML Lists and Techniques

HTML lists are used everywhere in web design. From a numbered list to navigation, lists are one of the basic building blocks of web design and, if used correctly, are quite semantic. Once you understand lists and their attributes, you will start to see them all the time. Continue reading »

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Image to Text Hover with CSS

This image to text hover effect came from a need to display extra information about an image upon hover. Another requirement was that it would have to be pure CSS. Hope you like the theme! Continue reading »

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Html says Hello World!

This is the first in a family of upcoming Hello World posts. My goal is to get people to understand the simplicity and correct usage of HTML. Continue reading »

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Detecting Browsers with Global WordPress Variables

I wanted a easy way to detect what browser the user was on. If it was IE, I wanted to know of it. This got me thinking about how to detect browsers from within wordpress. This is where wordpress variables are quite helpful. Continue reading »

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