My friends from WebDesignerDepot just launched Zero Bundle, an awesome free bundle for designers and developers. The bundle contains fonts, cards, icons, textures, bootstraptor templates and other great resources. The bundle will be available only for 30 days.
“Flat” design is the new trend in modern web design. If you want to make your WordPress website or blog look clean, professional and elegant, here’s a list of 10+ beautiful flat themes, both free and premium.
CodeIgniter is an open source rapid development web application framework, for use in building dynamic web sites with PHP. In today’s article, I have compiled 10 very useful tutorials to learn to do almost everything with this powerful PHP framework.
HTML is super easy to write, but when creating webpages you often need to do the same repetitive tasks, such as creating forms. In this article, I have compiled 10+ ready-to-use HTML snippets to fasten your front-end coding.
Since the 70’s, vi and vim are very popular text editors among programmers. 5 years ago, I wrote an article named “100 vim commands every programmer should know” and here is a reworked, updated version. Enjoy!
When starting a new project, using a CSS framework or boilerplate can help you save a lot of time. In this article, I have compiled my favorite CSS boilerplates, frameworks and libraries to help you being more efficient when building websites or apps.
When you develop a website or web app, having the right tools can definitely help you to save a lot of time. In this article, I have compiled a list of fresh and super useful tools for CSS coding.
For the first time ever since CatsWhoCode.com launched in 2008, I’m really happy to host a giveaway by my partners Mighty Deals. 3 lucky winners will win up to $50 of prizes each.
jQuery is definitely a great tool when it comes to front-end web development. Today, I’m sharing with you a bunch of super useful jQuery snippets from my personal favorites.
Spam is a nuisance and every blogger have to deal with it. As a WordPress user, I bet you already use Akismet, which is definitely a great way to reduce spam. But several other tricks can definitely help. Here are my favorite WordPress hacks and code snippets to reduce spam on your blog.