Responsive web design is undoubtedly a hot topic in web design right now. To some degree, the popularity of the concept of responsive web design is well deserved because site users are increasingly diversifying their methods of accessing a website. iPad, iPhone, Android mobile devices, desktops, netbooks — we’re in a time where our web designs must function in a multitude number of ways. Understanding the Elements of Responsive Web Design
By simply creating a Dropbox folder that you then share with Droppages you can quickly throw together a working website using just text files and folders. Even better you can fully customise the look and feel using CSS and some very simple templating.Create a website using Dropbox and a text editor « Boagworld
I’ve become obsessed with generated content lately. In an effort to use fewer and fewer images, I’ve started to use generated content more since more browsers support it (IE8+, FF3+, Safari 4+, Chrome 4+). The following are a couple of examples I have built for a project to streamline my pages.My New Best Friend: CSS Generated Content | Viget Inspire
This tutorial will attempt to fill that gap, by providing examples of current (as of the pending release of WordPress 3.1) best-practice implementation, not merely of the Settings API, but of Theme Options implementation as a whole Incorporating the Settings API in WordPress Themes » cb.blog
Ok, I’ll go first: feature testing is motivated by a desire not to be busted, particularly in the face of new versions of UA’s which will (hopefully) improve standards support and reduce the need for hacks in the first place. Sensible enough. Why should users wait for a new version of your library just ’cause a new browser was released or because you didn’t test on some version of something. Cutting The Interrogation Short | Infrequently Noted
It does make sense that if you already know what a browser is capable of you stop trying to detect every single feature and only do that when you don’t know what browser is being used.
The plugin provides two modes to create PDF files. The first mode is the email mode. In that mode each box has a field in which a visitor has to enter an email address to which the created PDF will be sent. The second mode is the direct download mode. No email address is needed in that mode. Each PDF box or each PDF link creates the PDF directly and the user has to download the created PDF. WordPress › PDF24 Article To PDF « WordPress Plugins
Good, smart, fun and relevant content should be at the core of any social media strategy. Great content should reflect your brand and give people a reason to stay engaged. 5 Key Tips for a Successful Social Media Content Strategy
Every company, regardless of size, requires multiple tools to understand the performance of its website, happiness of its customers and gain key context from competitors. Here are 11 tools to help you gather that important data.11 Best Web Analytics Tools
Don’t know if they’re the best, but they’re very good.
Twitter status widgets are ten a penny, so why create your own? Because you can! Your own widget will always be more customizable than any off-the-shelf solution, and you’ll be the envy of your peers. We’ve also been asked by several readers for articles about the topic, and it’s a great introduction to PHP, REST APIs, JSON, regular expressions and Object Orientated Programming.How to Create Your Own Twitter Widget in PHP, Part 1
As if Gmail wasn’t powerful enough, you can find all sorts of goodies and extra features in Gmail Labs. The list is pretty massive, so we’ve narrowed down our 10 favorite labs to help increase your email productivity.Top 10 Gmail Labs You Should Enable
Cuando sales de la reunión con los que pueden ser tus futuros clientes, tu cerebro a rápida velocidad, empieza a hacer cálculos con toda la información que tiene del proyecto, del cliente y de tu empresa; comienzas a preocuparte tratando de asignarle un precio al proyecto para responder a la pregunta ¿Cuánto les cobramos?blog.SuEmpresa.com – servicios de internet para negocios
Advice for small businesses on using social networking sites like Facebook and LinkedIn, and how to integrate these tools into the marketing and recruiting efforts of your company.How to Use Social Networking Sites to Drive Business
By following this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create beautifully-coded, logically-sound function files for your themes. You’ll also learn how to overcome a major “issue” present with the way WordPress loads parent/child theme functions files.WordPress theme function files
Thanks to @cafenoirdesign for the link!
It’s free and easy to get started with Analytics, but there are also a lot of advanced features that can make it even more useful. I’m sometimes surprised by how many people only look at their dashboard page and never really drill down into some of the more interesting details and features. I thought it might be time to do post with a few quick tips for getting more out of Google Analytics.5 Simple Ways to Get More out of Google Analytics: Business Collaboration News «
En el sitio de John Hicks pueden ver un borde alrededor de la página. Este borde es independiente del ancho de la página y no se mueve si uno se desplaza. Está hecho usando etiquetas <b> alrededor. Pero para Harry Roberts esto es muy poco semántico así que decidió desarrollar una solución para colocar bordes en la página usando solo CSS, sin añadir etiquetas extra al HTML.
Gracias a Andy Clarke me entero de esta técnica de Matt Hamm para crear un efecto atractivo de una hoja medio ondulada gracias a la sombra. Es puro CSS3 así que se verá mejor en navegadores con una buena implementación.