Web Development articles

The beauty of being a web designer is creating a detailed, creative, and original web design in Photoshop, without having to (for the most part) think about how it will be coded. During the design phase, it's all about the look, and either the...
Today we bring you a set of over 200 free and exclusive RSS icons called “Supra”. The icons are provided in both raster and vector formats: The transparent PNG versions are 32x32, 64x64 and 128×128, and we have also included source files...
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is the language of Web design, and the next generation of CSS design properties are just chomping at the bit to be released. Are you eager to start using them, but don’t know where to start? Although many of the new...
Today we bring you a set of over 200 free and exclusive vector icons called "Primo". The icons are provided in both raster and vector formats: The transparent PNG versions are 48x48, 64x64 and 128x128, and we have also included Illustrator files...
Cheat sheets and reference guides are useful for both beginners and advanced web professionals. They can be used to help you remember syntax or as a tool to aid in memorization. In this post, we aim to cover the reference guides for all of the most...
Cats and dogs. Cain and Abel. Designers and developers. These are just a few of the great historical face-offs. Designers and developers often seem to come from different planets and have completely different brains. Developers want a website...
Adobe AIR is one of the most under-appreciated application platforms, but the number of applications available for AIR make it incredibly useful. There are apps for everything from business to shopping to image management to video editing....
If you're a power blogger, or someone who blogs regularly, across multiple blogs, with detailed, in-depth posts, a desktop blog editor can make your life infinitely easier. At least when it comes to the blogging aspect of it. There are a lot...
Cats and dogs. Cain and Abel. Designers and developers. These are just a few of the great historical face-offs. Designers and developers often seem to come from different planets and have completely different brains. Developers want a website...
The 960 Grid System was created by Nathan Smith as a way to streamline web development workflow by providing commonly used dimensions, based on a width of 960 pixels. The 960.gs (or any CSS framework) was primarily developed for rapid prototyping,...
It's really easy to find yourself wondering how your CSS got to be such a mess. Sometimes it's the result of sloppy coding from the start, sometimes it's because of multiple hacks and changes over time. Whatever the cause, it doesn't have to be...
Because the web is a changing and ever evolving organism, it’s important to build sites that can grow with it and easily ride the current instead of drowning when a new wave approaches. Clean markup and building with web standards not only...