If all you want is to create a simple personal webpage, HTML and CSS are all you need. Learn the basics of HTML and CSS in this beginner’s guide.
Learning CSS can be a frustrating experience, but at least it doesn’t have to be boring! Here are some games that allow you to master CSS in no time.
The appearance of the cursor is controlled by the cursor CSS property. Learn how you can change the mouse pointer in a browser via css.
The Firefox “Inspect Element” tool is a useful tool to help you investigate the underpinnings of a website’s operation. Find out how it works.
The post editor in WordPress doesn’t allow you to add custom CSS styles by default. These are some ways to add custom style options to the WordPress post editor. Check them out.
Did you know that you can change the appearance of every single website you visit? Stylish is a powerful add-on for Firefox that lets you modify websites.
The good thing about impress.js presentation is that it is cross-platform compatible and runs in a web browser. Learn how to create one in Linux.
Want to run a chat room on your website to make it more social? phpFreeChat is an open source, AJAX-based chat server that you can install on your site. Compared to other chat software, phpFreeChat is a breeze to set up. It doesn’t even require a database!
If you are a webmaster, web programming is one skill that you ought to know. Mozilla Thimble is a simple online tool to enable anyone to learn HTML / CSS code, all within the comfort of a web browser. It won’t turn you into a great web developer instantly, but it could be a good starting point to achieve that goal.
If you are using WordPress and have recently upgraded to the latest 3.2.x version, you will notice that the font for the HTML editor has changed. In most WordPress upgrade, changes are good, but in this case, the changed font is not web friendly and is straining to the eyes. One of the way to […]
Whether you know it or not, you’re taking advantage of CSS just about any time you open a web browser. It’s the template system used by nearly every modern website to give pages their layout and appearance. Some of you may be thinking “I’ve made websites before and it was easy, I never needed any […]
One of the biggest dilemmas facing web developers is the incompatibility of various Internet Explorer versions with current web standards. Although Microsoft has promised CSS3 and even HTML5 support for IE9, Windows users, especially businesses, may continue to use IE8, IE7, or even the dreaded IE6 for years to come. As a result, coding a […]
gedit is the default text-editor in Gnome based distro. To many, it may seems like a normal text-editor with no special functions (just like notepad in Windows), but for those regular users, they will swear by it and marvel at how powerful and versatile it can be. With its plugins system, it can easily transform […]
Virtually all blogging platforms, including Blogger, have the “quote text” function. This is useful when you want to highlight sections from other texts or where you need to highlight information from within your own article. Quoted text can be customised to look different from the main body of your article and these differences make it […]
How many of you actually tested your website design on different browsers and computers before you launch the site? I bet few of you do. Do you know that what looks good on one OS (for example, Mac) can really look bad on another, such as Windows? The main reason is because the fonts used […]
Fans of Mashable will notice the floating social sharing bar that they are using at the side of their content. As you scroll down the page, the social sharing bar will move along and acts as a constant reminder to get you to share the content. If you are thinking of implementing such cool trick […]
Q: Your site is very helpful to me. Could you please tell me how to embed that related posts like in your site in mine? I have tried a lot of alternatives, can you please tell me how you add that related posts with thumbnails? If you are frequently browsing the Web, you will notice […]
Do you have multiple authors writing articles in your WordPress blog? If yes, then it would be a good idea to add an author box in your blog’s theme rather than adding the author byline manually in each and every single article. WordPress allows so many customizations that you can quickly code a simple author […]