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How to Collaborate On GitHub | Nettuts+

How to Collaborate On GitHub | Nettuts+ | Web development | Scoop.it
If you don't already know, GitHub is an incredibly effective way to collaborate on development projects. Providing a place for anyone with an internet
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DevDocs

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DevDocs combines many API documentations in a fast, consistent, and searchable interface. (DevDocs: All-in-one, searchable documentation reader for web devs covering CSS/HTML/HTTP/JS/jQuery/Node/Angular/ etc.
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10 CSS selectors you shouldn't code without | Webdesigner Depot

10 CSS selectors you shouldn't code without | Webdesigner Depot | Web development | Scoop.it
Every time we use CSS, we use selectors. But despite this, CSS selectors are one of the more neglected parts of the specification. We talk about the big.
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Learning to use CSS selectors can really up your coding experience

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CMS Comparison: Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress

CMS Comparison: Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress | Web development | Scoop.it

If creating a website for your business is on the horizon, you may be wondering which content management system (CMS) is the best choice for you. Here’s a look at three of the most widely-used ones. All three are free to download and use...There’s no one-size-fits-all solution here; it depends on your goals, technical expertise, budget and what you need your site to do. For a simple blog or brochure-type site, Wordpress could be the best choice. For a complex, highly customized site requiring scalability and complex content organization, Drupal might be the best choice. For something in between that has an easier learning curve, Joomla may be the answer. See the comparison chart for more insight into the differences in these top content management systems.


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István Taubert's comment, March 17, 2013 7:52 AM
come in handy, additional parameters CMS tools: http://www.cmsmatrix.org/
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Comparing CMS'es

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Write down your top three "must have" business drivers. Also, assess your internal technical capabilities. Based on these, check out which of these three popular tools will suit your needs.

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Check out CSS Wizardry for guidelines to write clear, maintainable CSS - TechRepublic (blog)

Check out CSS Wizardry for guidelines to write clear, maintainable CSS - TechRepublic (blog) | Web development | Scoop.it
Check out CSS Wizardry for guidelines to write clear, maintainable CSS TechRepublic (blog) A set of notes, advice, and general guidelines, the CSS-Guidelines is a living document which as of this writing was updated 9 days previous, and is a “Star”...
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Responsive CSS – VG Tech

Responsive CSS – VG Tech | Web development | Scoop.it
Responsive design is all about making the combination of markup and CSS flexible for display. To make a website provident, and available on as many devices as possible, it is wise not to resolve this by just making a fixed ...
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Marketing Technology Insights: Most Comprehensive, Easy-To-Use CMS Comparison Tool Ever!

Marketing Technology Insights: Most Comprehensive, Easy-To-Use CMS Comparison Tool Ever! | Web development | Scoop.it
What if you could generate a CMS comparison that actually gave you the information you needed to eliminate the choices?

 

Digest...

 

The CMS Matrix: It's an incredibly nifty CMS comparison tool - but it's not just any tool. It has tons of information on each CMS, and my favorite thing about it is the conversation it stirs between marketing, IT, and the executives.

 

CMS Matrix is great because it(s):

Updates regularlyHas every CMS ever (just about).Comprehensive color-coding makes it easy to spot differences.Makes the process of elimination even easier - especially when certain specs are deal-breakers.Search for a CMS with drop-down/user-generated specs.Focus on certain attributes within table (Hide/Show Stickies feature).
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marketingIO's curator insight, June 14, 2013 6:11 AM

And it is great. Just click through and see how the comparisons are made. Sort by most compared as well.


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SVG Fallbacks | CSS-Tricks

SVG Fallbacks | CSS-Tricks | Web development | Scoop.it
There is a very clever technique by Alexey Ten on providing an image fallback for SVG going around the internet recently. It does just what you want in the.
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SVG is here to stay, so this could be useful

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