Tag Archives: HTML

4 pro tips to maximise responsive accessibility

Ensure your responsive sites and apps are as accessible as possible with this advice from expert Derek Featherstone. Responsive design and accessibility both embrace the idea of flexibility. But there’s more to it than that. Simply implementing responsive design techniques doesn’t … Continue reading

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How to embed a Google map in your website

This is vital if your business depends on customers visiting your place of work – like shops, cafés, salons web design training and so on. It’s really easy to embed a Google map in your website and today we show … Continue reading

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Why Study PHP

Learning a new language (programming or otherwise) can be a bit overwhelming. Many people just don’t know where to start and give up before they even begin. Learning PHP is NOT as overwhelming as it might seem, I promise you. … Continue reading

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Why Study HTML5

What is HTML5? HTML5 is the latest standard for HTML. HTML5 is a web markup language that allows developers to build rich web-based apps that can run on any device via a regular web browser. Imagine the power of HTML4 … Continue reading

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7 Web Design Mistakes Every Beginner Makes

It’s easy to tumble into pitfalls when you’re starting out in web design. Learn what they are and how to avoid them. Experimenting and making mistakes is an important part of learning.  Hopefully by identifying those issues here, we can … Continue reading

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Winchester: HTML Parallax One-Page Template

Winchester is a fully responsive parallax template created for Freelancers, Design Studios & Photographers.It comes with 2 Unique Layout to choose from with unique features. Winchester is well documented and its very easy to customize, plus we provide totally free … Continue reading

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How to Create Your Own HTML Elements With Web Components

Web Components are currently and excitedly being talked about as an upcoming “tectonic shift for web development” with the promise of permanently reshaping the web design landscape. Big players are moving forward to bring web components into reality. Both Google and Mozilla … Continue reading

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How To Create a Pure CSS Dropdown Menu

With the help of some advanced selectors a dropdown menu can be easily created with CSS. Throw in some fancy CSS3 properties and you can create a design that was once only achievable with background images and Javascript. Follow this … Continue reading

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Tips And Tricks for Managing Efficient WordPress Websites

One of the easiest CMS engines to learn is WordPress. They have a free service where newbies can sign up to learn the system without committing to a full domain name. Once you get a personal server there are many … Continue reading

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5 Best HTML Responsive Booking Templates

HTML5 has become world wide popular among developers and due to its responsive feature one can easily access and customize it on their web gadgets. This post will be very helpful in credits of those who have just start their … Continue reading

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3 ways to design an infographic

Infographics aren’t new. And certainly, interactive ones aren’t either—but with the launch of recent data-driven news sites such as Vox, Fivethirtyeight and The Upshot, they’re becoming more popular. And since viewers are seeing those infographics on tablets, phones and desktops, building … Continue reading

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Distance to Mars in Pixel Aspect Ratio

We stumbled upon a really great example of using very Basic HTML CSS and JavaScript together to create something quite interesting. In this example Dave used some clever JS to show us how big Mars and Earth would be and … Continue reading

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