Monthly Archives: March 2010

Use Snippely to organize your code

I might be a little late to the party on this one, but I found a great AIR app that helps you store and organize those little code snippets that you use over and over on different projects. Snippely is … Continue reading

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Google Chrome will include Flash Player and that’s a good thing

Today Google’s The Chromium Blog announced that the developer version of Chrome will come with Adobe’s Flash Player pre-installed and I think this is some of the best news that any web designer or developer could hear. Why is it … Continue reading

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Why Apple is going force web designers to make two versions of websites

As almost everyone who follows the web and the technologies we use on it, the iPad is coming out this week and it’s going to change the way the web is built. And not for the best, in the short … Continue reading

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You can start building with HTML5 now but is it worth it?

With Microsoft announcing that Internet Explorer 9 was going to have full HTML5 support, it might br time to really start looking into building sites with HTML5. What’s the difference between HTML4 or XHTML and HTML5? The main difference that … Continue reading

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Awesome Blogs that will make you a Genius!

One of the great things about being a web designer or developer is the community. There are tons of resources out that there run by people that love to share their knowledge. And if you’re smart, you’re already mining these … Continue reading

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Make an Apple style navigation in CSS3 vs the way Apple does it

The best way to learn something like CSS3? Challenge yourself to build something that you’ve seen. I sat down the other day and built Apple’s navigation using only CSS. I know for sure I’m not the first person to build … Continue reading

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Setting up a CSS3 radial gradient for your site’s background

In my last post, I showed how to use CSS3 linear gradients to create your web sites background. This time I’ll show you how to do it with radial gradients. It’s simple for Firefox, but it’s a bit more complicated … Continue reading

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Use CSS3 gradients to replace your site’s background

If you’re a web developer like me, you’ve made plenty of sites where the design includes a large gradient for the background coloring. Up until now the only way to do was to either, have a huge image that was … Continue reading

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What the..? Internet Explorer 9 might be good?

When I woke up today, I knew a few things would happen for sure, people would read too much into something minor on Apple’s site, Google would announce something that should be big but wouldn’t be and Microsoft would stay … Continue reading

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The Internet will be a better place when everyone catches up to Chrome

Since Mozilla Firefox was first release back in 2004, I’ve been a die hard user. Honestly, at that time I didn’t know anything about HTML, rendering engines or web standards, I think it was just the fact that for the … Continue reading

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