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Vernon Fowler

Best Sublime Text Packages for WordPress Development : WPMayor - 0 views

  • Sublime 2 WordPress Package
  • PhpTidy
  • SublimeHTMLTidy
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  • SublimeWordPressCodex
  • SublimeText2StackOverflow
  • some excellent articles about using Sublime Text 2 for PHP and WordPress development
  • checkout this free video series on how to set up your workflow in Sublime Text 2:
keaton dodson

Useful Coding Tools and JavaScript Libraries For Web Developers - 1 views

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    These are some of the ways in which you can develop an effective website for your business.
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    These are some of the ways in which you can develop an effective website for your business.
Nicolas RIO

YouTube - Zen Coding - 0 views

  • Aptana Zen Coding
SCREAMO CREATIVE

結局どうすればいいの? - Dive Into HTML5 - 0 views

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    マークアップのお話
Jochen Burkhard

Mastering CSS Coding: Getting Started - Smashing Magazine - 13 views

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    CSS has become the standard for building websites in today's industry. Whether you are a hardcore developer or designer, you should be familiar with it. CSS is the bridge between programming and design, and any Web professional must have some general knowledge of it. If you are getting your feet wet with CSS, this is the perfect time to fire up your favorite text editor and follow along in this tutorial as we cover the most common and practical uses of CSS.
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    CSS has become the standard for building websites in today's industry. Whether you are a hardcore developer or designer, you should be familiar with it. CSS is the bridge between programming and design, and any Web professional must have some general knowledge of it. If you are getting your feet wet with CSS, this is the perfect time to fire up your favorite text editor and follow along in this tutorial as we cover the most common and practical uses of CSS.
Jochen Burkhard

Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript - 0 views

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    "If you know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, you already have what you need to develop your own iPhone apps. With this book, you'll learn how to use these open source web technologies to design and build apps for both the iPhone and iPod Touch."
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    Free like in Free Beer.
Jochen Burkhard

Design a Clean, Professional Community Blog Theme in Adobe Photoshop | Webdesigntuts+ - 0 views

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    "Tutorial Details

    * Program: Adobe Photoshop
    * Version: CS4 and higher
    * Difficulty: Intermediate
    * Estimated Completion Time: 3-5 hours"
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    Tutorial Details

    * Program: Adobe Photoshop
    * Version: CS4 and higher
    * Difficulty: Intermediate
    * Estimated Completion Time: 3-5 hours
Jochen Burkhard

Coding Flexible Web Layouts in HTML5 and CSS | Speckyboy Design Magazine - 0 views

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    "Web standards are in evolution and continuing to refine how we structure our content. There are many open source platforms which allow rapid prototyping and development of new features in just a few days. As web developers it can be difficult to keep up with such fast-paced times."
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    Felxible Web-Layouts. C'mon, be flexible...
Soul Book

HTML5 presentation - 0 views

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    This presentation is an HTML5 website
Soul Book

zen-coding - Project Hosting on Google Code - 0 views

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    Quickly code HTML css style
awqi zar

Bluefish Editor : Home - 8 views

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    Bluefish is cool. Trying to decide between bluefish, jEdit, notepad++, pspad and Subline Text at the moment.
    Each has cool features, and yet each seems to be missing something. But I figure I need to pick one and stick with it - switching between them is confusing my brain.

    See also: http://net.tutsplus.com/articles/web-roundups/22-neat-code-editors-for-windows/
Soul Book

CSS techniques I use all the time - 0 views

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    Sizing text is always an important part of making a usable design. I start all my CSS files with the following rules:
    html { font-size:100.01%; }
    body { font-size:1em; }
    The explanation for this comes from "CSS: Getting Into Good Coding Habits:"
    This odd 100.01% value for the font size compensates for several browser bugs. First, setting a default body font size in percent (instead of em) eliminates an IE/Win problem with growing or shrinking fonts out of proportion if they are later set in ems in other elements. Additionally, some versions of Opera will draw a default font-size of 100% too small compared to other browsers. Safari, on the other hand, has a problem with a font-size of 101%. The current "best" suggestion is to use the 100.01% value for this property.
  • I used the following calculation: 14px/16px = .875, 18px/16px = 1.125. So my default text at 1 em would translate to 16px for most users, and my small text I sized at .875em which I can trust to result in 14px for most users, while my large text I sized at 1.125em which I can trust to result in 18px
  • Safe Fluid-width Columns
    I work with hybrid fluid layouts all the time, usually with max-width set at anywhere from 900 to 1000px. I usually have floated columns with percentage widths, and browsers will calculate these percentage widths to whole pixel values when rendering the columns.
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  • A typical problem is the following: when a user has the viewport at a size that makes the outer container 999 pixels wide, if the first column is 60% and the second is 40%, IE 6 will always calculate the two columns as 600 and 400 pixels and as a result, the two will not fit (600+400 = 1 more than 999) and it will drop the second column. This is obviously not intended behavior, and in a world where we still have to use floats for columns (I can't wait for display:table support across all browsers), it's important to work around this problem. I used to give my last column 1 less percent (in this example, it would have 39% instead of 40%, but this would usually result in columns that don't quite fill up the container. Of late I have been giving the last column .4 less percent (in this example, 39.6%), which seems to work perfectly. Browsers will calculate this width and round up, but it will still fit even with an odd container width like 999px and I won't have to worry about dropped columns.
  • Filtering for Old Browsers
    To be honest, I barely support IE 6 nowadays. If there is something special about my layout that doesn't work in IE 6, I will simply filter it out of the CSS that IE 6 understands
  • Because old browsers like IE 6 don't support the "first child" selector (right caret >), I can do the following to make sure that IE 6 only gets the basic setting and all the new-fangled browsers get the right result:
    div#container { width:900px; }
    
    html>body div#container {
      width:auto;
      max-width:900px;
    }
    /* This overrides the previous declaration 
       in new browsers only, 
       IE 6 simply ignores it. */
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    Excellent simple collection of CSS tips that are easy to remember and implement. It's an old article, but i think everything is still relevant
Jochen Burkhard

Getting Started with CodeIgniter and How to Create All Those Great Apps | DevSnippets - 6 views

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    Choosing a good PHP frameworks can help you develop complex Rich Internet Applications quickly, with a best practices oriented approach, and saving a lot of time reusing code snippets that are already available. There are a lot of interesting PHP frameworks you can choose for your next web project. Today we will focus on one of my favorite PHP Frameworks: CodeIgniter.
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    Choosing a good PHP frameworks can help you develop complex Rich Internet Applications quickly, with a best practices oriented approach, and saving a lot of time reusing code snippets that are already available. There are a lot of interesting PHP frameworks you can choose for your next web project. Today we will focus on one of my favorite PHP Frameworks: CodeIgniter.
awqi zar

Visual Studio 2010, .NET Framework 4.0 RCs available to public - 2 views

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    Earlier this week, Microsoft gave MSDN subscribers Release Candidate downloads of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0. As promised, the releases are now available to the general public via the Microsoft Download Center. For reference, you may also want to check out the Visual Studio 2010 Licensing White Paper PDF. The RC includes a go-live license for people who want to deploy in their production environment. If you're using one of the betas, make sure to uninstall them before installing this RC build.
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