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10 More Great Google Font Combinations You Can Copy | Design Shack

10 More Great Google Font Combinations You Can Copy | Design Shack | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
Reading an article entitled 10 More Great Google Font Combinations You Can Copy on Design Shack.
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Design A Portfolio Website With Photoshop and the 960 Grid System – The Daily Egg

Design A Portfolio Website With Photoshop and the 960 Grid System – The Daily Egg | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
Stephanie Hamilton explains how to design a portfolio website using Photoshop and the 960 Grid System. This is a two-part tutorial.

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iPhone Emulator - Tester votre site web sur un iPhone avec Chrome

iPhone Emulator - Tester votre site web sur un iPhone avec Chrome | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it

iPhone Emulator est une extension développée pour le navigateur Chrome vous permettant de montrer comment une page web apparaitrait si vous utilisiez un iPhone.
Pour cela, il suffit de cliquer sur le bouton iPhone Emulator placé à coté de l'adresse URL pour voir comment un site web serait sur un iPhone.
Cette extension nécessite une autorisation pour fonctionner en mode incognito.

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Use Pseudo Elements to Create an Image Stack Illusion | Design Shack

Use Pseudo Elements to Create an Image Stack Illusion | Design Shack | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it

Today we’re going to see if we can take a single image inserted via HTML and make it look like a messy stack of images using only CSS. The key: pseudo elements.

Along the way we’ll see how embarking on a project like this can quickly lead to some messy code and how we can combat that with some awesome DRY coding practices.

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15 Best CSS Framework for Responsive Web Design | TutorialChip

15 Best CSS Framework for Responsive Web Design | TutorialChip | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it

The development of technology, especially devices like Smartphones and Tablets and bigger and bigger monitors introduced a new concept in web design: Responsive Web Design. Taking the next step of our responsive layout coverage.

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CSS Social Buttons

CSS Social Buttons | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it

I'm proud to announce my latest CSS experiment—The CSS Social Buttons. They are not another "pure CSS3" or "HMTL5 canvas" icons. These icons use the basic traditional background-image technique. The purpose of these icons is to provide a cross-browser, consistent and versatile CSS that can be applied in any design, app or theme. Basically, it is one master stylesheet that contains various design styles. It allows you to display many different button styles by combining the CSS classes.

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How to optimize your CSS | Webdesigner Depot

Keeping your CSS files small and organized is very important, especially if you’re going to spend any time editing your site in the future, (or if others are gonna be using the code i.e. clients).
Helpfully, there are a number of different techniques which can be utilized to aid organization and size of your CSS files in order to make them more streamline.
Having more streamlined CSS will save you time and stress in the long run so it’s important to get it right.
Firstly, keeping a single stylesheet, normally named style.css, is a good place to start in the organization of your CSS. Having a single stylesheet for the majority (if not all) of your website keeps everything together in one place which makes the editing process more streamlined.

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New tools for web design and development: February 2012 | Feature | .net magazine

New tools for web design and development: February 2012 | Feature | .net magazine | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
In this new regular feature Mark Penfold rounds up 10 of the best new tools for web designers and developers that we have come across.
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Inside The WordPress Toolbar | Smashing WordPress

Inside The WordPress Toolbar | Smashing WordPress | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
Learn how to extend the new WordPress Toolbar and deliver a customized experience to your themes clients.
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18 Detailed HTML5 Website Layout Coding Tutorials | Design Inspiration

18 Detailed HTML5 Website Layout Coding Tutorials | Design Inspiration | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
HTML5 is the next revision of core markeup language HTML and as of 2012 it is still in the development stage.HTML5 has many new features and techniques.Despite...
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10 awesome HTML5 audio players | CatsWhoCode.com

10 awesome HTML5 audio players | CatsWhoCode.com | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it

Among other great features, the new HTML5 specification allow native audio streaming. In this article, I have compiled the 10 most awesome HTML5 audio players available today.

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5 Quick Ways to Make Your Site More Mobile Friendly | Design Shack

5 Quick Ways to Make Your Site More Mobile Friendly | Design Shack | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
If you’ve ignored mobile platforms in the past, it can be intimidating to finally make the jump and begin to support mobile browsing on your existing sites. There’s so much to learn, a million techniques to choose from and a limitless amount of work that you could potentially put into existing projects.

A question that designers and site owners alike always want to know is, “How can I quickly add mobile support?” Sometimes, you don’t have the budget to start from scratch and yet still desire a modicum of mobile goodness. Today I’ll walk you through five things that you can do to make your site more mobile friendly.

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Essential Sublime Text 2 Plugins and Extensions | Nettuts+

Essential Sublime Text 2 Plugins and Extensions | Nettuts+ | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it

Sublime Text 2 is a relatively new code editor that I’ve been trying out for a while now. While it’s still in public beta, it already offers a great mix of features and performance that has convinced me to switch from my trusted Komodo.
While I really do love the features available out of the box, as with most things in life, there is always room for more. With Sublime Text 2 being as extensible as it is, a big ecosystem has sprouted around it, catering to most of your web development needs, be they actually useful or catering to your whimsy. To that effect, today I’d like to share some of the plugins and extensions that I’ve found quite useful. While not all of them may appeal to you, I’m sure you’ll a find a gem or two that will absolutely ease your workflow!

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Designing Using The 960 Grid System | Design Your Own Website – The Daily Egg

Designing Using The 960 Grid System | Design Your Own Website – The Daily Egg | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
Stephanie Hamilton provides a step-by-step tutorial on designing using the 960 Grid System and Photoshop. Learn to design your own website.

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Gridpak: The Responsive Grid Generator | Smashing Coding

Gridpak: The Responsive Grid Generator | Smashing Coding | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it

In the near 18 months since A List Apart published Ethan Marcotte’s article Responsive Web Design much has changed in the way we approach our design process. The new responsive attitude described in the article embraces device agnostic design, flexibility and the undefined canvas. Whilst John Allsopp’s A Dao of Web Design laid the foundations for change, Ethan’s article—alongside a maturation in technologies and a coinciding mass movement towards mobile browsing—really set the scene for a new design ethos.

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Code a Responsive Navigation Menu | Design Shack

Code a Responsive Navigation Menu | Design Shack | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it

Navigation menus used to be a fairly simple thing. Code up an unordered list, float it left and you’re good to go. With responsive design being all the rage these days though you’re faced with some new challenges when creating a menu design.

Follow along as we start from scratch and code a simple but effective responsive navigation menu that you can easily modify and reuse in your own projects.

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Mobile First Design: Why It’s Great and Why It Sucks | Design Shack

Mobile First Design: Why It’s Great and Why It Sucks | Design Shack | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it

Historically, most web designers and their clients have approached the desktop side of any project first, while leaving the mobile part as a secondary goal that gets accomplished later. Even with the rise of responsive design, many of us begin with the “full size” site and work our way down.

There’s a growing trend in the industry though to flip this workflow on its head and actually begin with mobile considerations and then work up to a larger desktop version. Why would you ever approach a project this way? What are some of the pros and cons of this strategy? Read on to find out!

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Ajax with jQuery: A Beginner's Guide

Ajax with jQuery: A Beginner's Guide | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
Explore the concept of Ajax programming, and learn how to use the jQuery JavaScript library to build Ajax-driven websites and web apps. Code examples are included in the tutorial.
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Use Gridpak to Roll Your Own Responsive Grid | Design Shack

Use Gridpak to Roll Your Own Responsive Grid | Design Shack | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
I love finding free tools that are capable of making my job (and yours) just a little bit easier. The web developer community is positively overflowing with talented people who are more than willing to share their creations with the world while asking nothing in return.

Today we’re going to look at one such tool from Erskine Design called Gridpak. With it we can quickly and easily generate our own responsive grid for building web pages that work well on lots of different screen sizes. It’s a little tricky to implement though so we’ll help you figure out how to set up your styles after you grab the download.

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website dimensions - exact pixels - live check

website dimensions - exact pixels - live check | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
The exact dimensions in pixels you should use to fit your web site in any screen, device or browser. Read all the facts are here. With live pixel checker. See the exact dimensions in your own browser on mac, pc, tablet, smartphone ...
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Web Design Vocabulary Refresh Part 1: HTML | Design Shack

Web Design Vocabulary Refresh Part 1: HTML | Design Shack | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
What’s the difference between an element and a tag? When should I use strong and when should I use bold? What the heck is the DOM? When you’re new to web design, one of the biggest hurdles to overcome is always the jargon. So many technical terms are thrown around flippantly and rarely explained outright that it’s easy to get lost.

This series will serve as a basic introduction to some terms that every new web designer should be sure to add to his or her vocabulary. This won’t be an exhaustive vocabulary list but rather a primer on a few terms that I found difficult to wrap my head around when I was a beginner. We’ll start with HTML today and move on to CSS in the near future.

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The Basics Of Creating A Magento Module | Smashing Coding

The Basics Of Creating A Magento Module | Smashing Coding | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
A lot of extensions are available for the open-source e-commerce solution Magento but what if they don’t quite work as you want them to?
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What’s the Deal With Display: Inline-Block? | Design Shack

What’s the Deal With Display: Inline-Block? | Design Shack | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
We’ve been using floats for layout pretty much since we left tables behind. It’s a quirky solution that can often cause troubles, but if you know what you’re doing, it works.

One interesting alternative to floats that people are turning to more and more lately is to set the display value of an element to inline-block. What does this do exactly? How is it like a float? How is it different? Let’s dive in and see what we can discover.

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Developing a Responsive Website: Secondary Page Part 2 | Web development blog, news and tutorials - Developer Drive

Developing a Responsive Website: Secondary Page Part 2 | Web development blog, news and tutorials - Developer Drive | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it

We’re going to wrap up our tutorial on how to develop a responsive website this week by making our secondary page, well, responsive.
We created our large layout for the page in our last tutorial, but now we want to make it fluid so that it will display nicely across various platforms, ranging from tablets and mobile devices to PC’s.
Let’s take a quick peak at what we’re working towards.

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All About jQuery: Fresh and Useful jQuery Plugins and Tutorials

All About jQuery: Fresh and Useful jQuery Plugins and Tutorials | Coding (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery ...) | Scoop.it
Every designer knows that jQuery is not only a handy tool, but it is also very popular and widely implemented. Thus, they try to master their jQuery skills. If you fit into this category then this post of over 40 fresh and cool jQuery plugins and tutorials is for you. This showcase should allow you to grab some of the techniques required for developing a more interactive and visually appealing website with jQuery and harness the power of this tool.

When you come out the other side of this collection and have finished learning all that these plugins and tutorials throw at you, we hope that using jQuery will be a much simpler task. Which will hopefully translate into more satisfied clients and users. Enjoy!

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