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Tuesday, 16 April, 2019 UTC

Writing CSS with Myth For Web Designers

Writing CSS with Myth For Web Designers

CSS has introduced a slew of new features such as CSS Gradients, Shadows, Border Radius, and Animation that can all be achieved purely with CSS. There are also several features that have yet to be implemented due tolack of browser support for CSS variables ... more


Wednesday, 10 April, 2019 UTC

How to Create Smooth Numbers Transitioning For Your Site

How to Create Smooth Numbers Transitioning For Your Site

One of the effective ways to make a presentation of numerical information more interesting is by adding a transition animation . Creating a transition animation can be done with javascript, but the coding will take you a long time. For a quicker alternative, ... more


Tuesday, 9 April, 2019 UTC

Beginner’s Guide to Using Handlebars.js

Beginner’s Guide to Using Handlebars.js

In this post, we are going to look into Handlebars, a JavaScript templating engine based on Mustache. It shares the same functionalities with Mustache but sports a number of new features. Handlebars is a handful templating tool particularly for displaying ... more


Monday, 8 April, 2019 UTC

How to Debug Websites on iPad

How to Debug Websites on iPad

With billions of mobile users nowadays, building websites that are viewable on mobile devices is indispensable. Luckily, we’ve got many tools and options for debugging websites on mobile platforms . You can use Adobe Edge Inspect, Google Chrome Emulation, ... more


Monday, 8 April, 2019 UTC

20+ Useful Online Chart & Graph Generators

20+ Useful Online Chart & Graph Generators

Most people, like me, do not understand mere numbers and statistics and for such people charts and graphs are the best and most commonly used option. They offer an effective way to visualize data and show the relationship between entities. Creating appealing ... more


Wednesday, 3 April, 2019 UTC

Build Guided Website Tours with Free Hopscotch Library

Build Guided Website Tours with Free Hopscotch Library

Every so often I find a script that really stands out and deserves praise. Hopscotch is one of those scripts, a free tooltip-based website tour script developed by the team at LinkedIn . We’ve written tutorials on building website tours using free JS ... more


Tuesday, 2 April, 2019 UTC

10 Best Web Scraping Tools to Extract Online Data

10 Best Web Scraping Tools to Extract Online Data

Web Scraping tools are specifically developed for extracting information from websites. They are also known as web harvesting tools or web data extraction tools. These tools are useful for anyone trying to collect some form of data from the Internet. ... more


Wednesday, 27 March, 2019 UTC

Top Lightbox Libraries for Mobile Responsiveness (2019)

Top Lightbox Libraries for Mobile Responsiveness (2019)

Lightbox is one popular way to overlay images on the web . When you click on an image, the Lightbox pops up with some form of animation and dims the background so your focus is on the image itself. The image is also larger in scale. Most popular Lightbox ... more


Friday, 22 March, 2019 UTC

Best Freebies for Designers in 2019 (Updated: 400+ items)

Best Freebies for Designers in 2019 (Updated: 400+ items)

Designing in today’s world has become a very demanding profession. It requires creative thinking, time management, skill enhacement, and not to forget, the ever-so-changing demands of the clients. To keep up with all this, a designer needs to keep a ... more


Tuesday, 5 March, 2019 UTC

Fresh Resources for Web Designers and Developers (March 2019)

Fresh Resources for Web Designers and Developers (March 2019)

A lot has happened during the last few months in the world of web development. Firstly, the new block-based editor, codenamed Gutenberg , has finally been merged into WordPress 5.0. It’s a really big change since its inception as it sets a new foundation ... more


Tuesday, 5 March, 2019 UTC

30+ Web Design Conferences to Look Forward To (2019)

30+ Web Design Conferences to Look Forward To (2019)

Web design and development are the hottest fields of technology and with new tools and products being developed almost every day, one needs to stay updated in every aspect. You need to learn about the new programmes, upcoming developments in the field ... more


Friday, 22 February, 2019 UTC

19 Free Online Magazines for Designers

19 Free Online Magazines for Designers

Art and design magazines are designers close companion. Not only it feeds us with latest trends and news in the design industry, it’s also a good source of inspiration, particularly useful for those who hit the design block frequently. Just in case you ... more


Thursday, 21 February, 2019 UTC

How to Enable SSL for Localhost using MAMP

How to Enable SSL for Localhost using MAMP

Having an SSL (Socket Secure Layer) installed is one way to secure your website. Basically, SSL will encrypt data transactions between the browser and the server. Thus, you would probably want to test your website in an SSL environment as early as during ... more


Sunday, 10 February, 2019 UTC

10 Creative Techniques Using CSS3 Box Shadow

10 Creative Techniques Using CSS3 Box Shadow

We have seen a tremendous number of advancements in CSS3 web development over just the past few years. Popular websites all around the Internet have begun incorporating many unique styles such as rounded corners and mobile-responsive media queries. But ... more


Tuesday, 29 January, 2019 UTC

Guide to Using SublimeLinter for Developers

Guide to Using SublimeLinter for Developers

Linter is an indispensible tool in modern web development. It helps us to stay in check with errors and enforce best practice when writing codes. If you’re using SublimeText, I highly recommend to install SublimeLinters. Over the years, SublimeLinters ... more


Monday, 28 January, 2019 UTC

Complete Guide to Using WebP Image Format

Complete Guide to Using WebP Image Format

WebP, or unofficially pronounced as weppy , is an image format introduced by Google Developers around 5 years ago. if you are a web designer, or a developer who strives to reduce and optimize your image file size, what WebP is capable of should put a ... more


Monday, 28 January, 2019 UTC

5 AngularJS Frameworks to Get Apps Up and Running Quickly

5 AngularJS Frameworks to Get Apps Up and Running Quickly

Now that you are well-versed in the basics, it is time to get started on building your own web application with AngularJS . AngularJS made building a Javascript-based app more intuitive using what’s called directives , which works hand-in-hand with your ... more


Thursday, 24 January, 2019 UTC

Why All Developers Should Learn Command Line

Why All Developers Should Learn Command Line

Some developers cringe at the mere thought of opening a terminal window. For the uninitiated it can be daunting, stressful, and downright annoying. But devs who understand the command line would argue it’s one of the best tools at your disposal . So ... more


Friday, 18 January, 2019 UTC

Top 5 Free Web Statistics Tools

Top 5 Free Web Statistics Tools

Either you own a website or a blog, it cannot be a one-way process where you just keep posting stuff and don’t pay heed to how the users are reacting to it. Therefore, it is important to keep an eye on web statistics like how much traffic are you getting, ... more


Tuesday, 15 January, 2019 UTC

10 Awesome PostCSS Plugins to Make You a CSS Wizard

10 Awesome PostCSS Plugins to Make You a CSS Wizard

PostCSS is an incredibly versatile tool that makes it possible to transform CSS styles with JavaScript plugins . Its flexibility lies in the way it’s built. The core part of PostCSS is a Node.js module that you can install with npm, and it has an ecosystem ... more


Thursday, 10 January, 2019 UTC

How to Create an Animated Favicon Loader with JavaScript

How to Create an Animated Favicon Loader with JavaScript

Favicons are a crucial part of online branding, they give a visual cue to users, and help them distinguish your site from others. Although most favicons are static, it is possible to create animated favicons as well. A constantly moving favicon is certainly ... more


Tuesday, 8 January, 2019 UTC

15 Useful WordPress Functions All Developers Should Know

15 Useful WordPress Functions All Developers Should Know

WordPress is full of great functions for us developers to use. We can pull post lists out of thin air, manipulate almost everything about them, grab any user we wish and display their social media connections in a jiffy. There are however quite a few ... more


Sunday, 6 January, 2019 UTC

Source Code Comment Styling: Tips and Best Practices

Source Code Comment Styling: Tips and Best Practices

Developers who have spent any time on large projects understand the importance of code comments. When you’re building many features into the same application, things tend to get complicated. There are so many data bits including functions, variable references, ... more


Friday, 21 December, 2018 UTC

9 Christmas Gift Ideas For Paperphiles

9 Christmas Gift Ideas For Paperphiles

These days, many people think of fancy, high-end and expensive smart gadgets when it comes to the perfect Christmas gift. It’s not wrong but if you prefer something out of the blue, unexpected or just downright different, how about going back to basics ... more


Tuesday, 4 December, 2018 UTC

30 Useful Regex Code Snippets for Web Developers

30 Useful Regex Code Snippets for Web Developers

Regular expressions are a powerful tool that should be in every developer’s tool belt. They can match against a string of characters based on very complex parameters, which can save you a lot of time when building dynamic websites. Web developers face ... more


Thursday, 29 November, 2018 UTC

15 Graphical Command Line (GCLI) Commands in Firefox for Front-End Developers

15 Graphical Command Line (GCLI) Commands in Firefox for Front-End Developers

No matter how many fancy buttons and menus we’ve got, there are always programmers who appreciate command line access in their work environment, especially when it eliminates a hunt for the right button or menu that displays the needed setting in our ... more


Friday, 9 November, 2018 UTC

Understanding Synchronous and Asynchronous JavaScript – Part 1

Understanding Synchronous and Asynchronous JavaScript – Part 1

Synchronous and asynchronous are confusing concepts in JavaScript, especially for beginners. Two or more things are synchronous when they happen at the same time (in sync), and asynchronous when they don’t (not in sync). Although these definitions are ... more


Thursday, 8 November, 2018 UTC

Minify & Optimize JPG Images Online with Jpeg.io

Minify & Optimize JPG Images Online with Jpeg.io

The free tool Jpeg.io lets anyone convert their existing images into optimized JPEG files without any software . You simply upload your images and the website does everything for you on the backend. You can’t see any of the source code but the optimization ... more


Monday, 5 November, 2018 UTC

Create Auto-Resizing Elements with Scalable.js

Create Auto-Resizing Elements with Scalable.js

If you need to make flexible elements that auto-fill their containers I would highly recommend Scalable. This free open-source JS script is perfect for creating a fluid design without much stress. Read Also: Crop and Resize Images With This Simple jQuery ... more


Thursday, 1 November, 2018 UTC

ClassicPress: Alternative to WordPress without Gutenberg & React.js

ClassicPress: Alternative to WordPress without Gutenberg & React.js

There’s a major shift in WordPress with Gutenberg. It’s an ambitious project lead mostly by the people at Automattic to change the WordPress TinyMCE editor , in a radical way. It brings a new paradigm – a so-called “Block” to WordPress. Each component ... more