As I’ve shown you in some of my recent posts, the new features introduced in CSS3 allows developers to create stunning visual effects. Today, let’s create a fancy progress bar using CSS3 and jQuery, but no Flash or even images.
WordPress is the platform of choice for most bloggers, and WordPress hacks is one of the most popular topics on CatsWhoCode. This is why I’ve decided to compile 10 new and extremely useful hack for WordPress. Enjoy!
Despite being an emerging technique still unsupported by some browsers, CSS3 gained a huge attention from designers and web developers in the last 6 months. In fact, CSS3 brings to life countless new possibilities to make even better websites. In this article, I have compiled a list of the best 10+ tutorials to make extremely gorgeous buttons using CSS3.
HTML5 introduces numerous new options to create more functional web forms. In this article, I’ll show you exciting new HTML5 features to improve your forms and make them more functional and user-friendly.
For years, Flash was the only solution to display a dynamic chart on a website. But thanks to modern techniques, the dying Flash isn’t needed anymore. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how easy it is to transform a basic HTML table into a profesionnal looking chart using visualize.js, a very useful jQuery plugin.
Among many other things, CSS3 has lots of nice effects to enhance the typography of your website. In this article, I have compiled 8 extremely promising typography techniques done using CSS3.
CSS allow you to do lots of things, but some features are missing to developers. What about variable, constants, and general faster syntax? As normal CSS can’t do that, people created preprocessors to allow the use of variables on CSS files and then parse it to regular stylesheets.
Recently, a client of mine asked me to write an article importer for his WordPress powered site, which was a very interesting project for me. In this article, I’ll show you how you can easily add data (posts, comments, categories, etc) to your WordPress blog, without any manual effort.
In order to be efficient, a web developer should have a toolbox with code snippets he can use and reuse when needed. In this article, I’m going to show you 10 extremely useful PHP code snippets to add to your web developer toolbox.