The Web has evolved a lot from being a simple document repository, and we now have browsers capable of rich visual interactions on desktop as well as mobile. Because I’d like to talk about where the Web is headed in this article, many of the features I’ll cover may have limited support, so it is […]
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Today I am presenting the most important social networking feature called ajax upload and resize an image without refreshing the page using jquery and PHP. This tutorial a continuation of my previous post, I just included image re-sizing function for different dimensions. It is very useful for your web project that saves lots of hosting space and bandwidth limit. Take a quick look at the live demo.
This template is made for UI designers using Balsamiq Mockups that want to create polished, client-ready presentation decks. It includes a few example pages for basic UX document needs (journey maps, personas, wireframe pages), a Symbol Library for controls crafted in Konigi-style, and grid Symbols to keep your layout tight.
Sometimes, you may want to use more than one background in your page. For example, you may want one background for one paragraph and another background for another paragraph. Follow the steps provided in this tutorial to add more than one background image with CSS. Steps to add more than one background image with CSS 1. First of all, create ...
Inspired by Mark Otto's tour of GitHub's CSS and Ian Feather's tour of Lonely Planet's CSS, I thought I would join the party and talk about how we do CSS at CodePen.
Laravel is a powerful framework that includes RESTful Routing, ORM and a migration system, templating, Symfony components, and more! I’m Hampton Paulk and I will teach you all about it in my new “Intro to Laravel” course at Treehouse! There …Continue reading →
I’m a big indie music fan and Spotify provides my daily soundtrack. I use it happily all the time, but, as with any great product, there’s still room for improvement. As a quick usability test revealed, people run into critical issues using some Spotify features.
A good web design approach is mobile-first. This means that when developing a website you should concentrate on designing the mobile version first and then gradually make the website more complex by adding graphics and elements until you reach the full desktop size. Some websites concentrate on the mobile versions more, so they have more basic, minimalist designs. The mobile ...
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Like most web developers, I spend my days giving instructions to computers. These instructions generally involve some input (a request for a web page), some logic (get the right content from a database) and some output (send the content to the requesting browser). This process of telling a computer how to perform a task, such as generating a web page, is what we commonly call “programming,” but it’s only a subset of programming: imperative programming.
Looking for more UI kits to expand your web designer’s library of awesomeness? Well, you came to the right place! In this post, I’ve handpicked 30 beautiful UI Kits that will definitely be of great help to your next project. There is a wide variety of kits with different themes, ... Continue reading »
Every website owner wonders how to catch as much attention as possible, transform occasional online visitors into regular ones, increase website traffic and simply make a good showing. In order to satisfy all these desires web designers make the most of landing pages or, in most cases, welcome areas since the power produced by the […]
Take the comment, “Just put it up on a server somewhere.” How many times have we heard that? But taking a side project running locally and deploying it on real servers requires time, money, and hard work. Some tiny piece of software somewhere will probably be the wrong version, and will need to be addressed. The system built locally probably isn’t built to scale perfectly.