CSS3 is taking web development and web design to a higher level. In this article, I have compiled examples of amazing CSS3 techniques that will probably become very popular when CSS3 will be fully supported by most browsers.
.htaccess, the file which control the Apache webserver, is very useful and allows you to do a lot of things. In this article, I have compiled 10 .htaccess snippets that any web developer should have in his toolbox.
Among all cool new features introduced by HTML5, the possibility of caching web pages for offline use is definitely one of my favorites. Today, I’m glad to show you how you can create a page that will be available for offline browsing.
Every week, hundreds new WordPress themes are released. Unfortunely, some of them lacks quality: Bad or bloated code, non respect of programming standards, and so on. I’ve compiled a list of 10 tips every WordPress theme developer should know and apply in order to create top-notch quality themes.
CSS3 is indeed a great improvement to the CSS specification. It allow web developers to add stylish effects to their websites, without any headaches. That said, several tools can definitely be life savers when building websites using CSS3. In this article, I have compiled the 10+ most useful tools for all your CSS3 coding.
With the rise of both very large screens and mobile devices, web developers have to be able to create websites that display correctly and look good whatever the device is. Sure, you can use good old techniques like fluid layouts, but I’ve got something better to show you today. This tutorial will teach you how you can create an adaptable website layout using CSS3.