For the past many years Adobe has been the dominant video player on the market with their Flash video player, however sometimes you just want to try something different, and that is where Flowplayer entered the picture. Flowplayer allows you
Introduction This is the first part of a series of tutorials that aim at to cover all aspects of web development. Each part in this series will build on the previous one, covering topics such as: HTML5 CSS3 jQuery We
Introduction SCRUD is short for Select, Create, Read, Update and Delete. These are the general actions that any program will perform when working with databases. Yes, there are plenty of ORM applications ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object-relational_mapping ) out there that can replace
In my last tutorial we created a shortcode for displaying recent Tweets using the Twitter API and OAuth2.0. Having thought about it a bit more, I think that it would be quite handy to have it as a widget as
Introduction A few weeks ago in my Google Maps Shortcode for WordPress tutorial I covered how to create a basic shortcode. All of the settings required for the Google Maps API where included as configurable attributes for the shortcode. It
Introduction Plugins play a great part in the success of jQuery. There are hundreds of them out there, and having the ability to create your own is a great skill to have. With all of the interest in Pinterest (no
Introduction Continuing on with our work on creating a To Do Application, this weeks snippet is on how to submit a form using jQuery. This snippet expands on what was covered in the previous tutorial, so if you
I quiet like the developer drive logo animation. I remember seeing it a when I first found the site and thought it was simple, yet effective. I also wondered if it would be possible to replicate it using just CSS.
Introduction Building on my previous tutorial, I thought it would an idea to show how to apply what we learned to the most basic of website features, the menu! I would strongly suggest reading my previous tutorial as we
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