Welcome back to jQuery for Beginners. Just a quick recap first – in the first two weeks we covered the very basics of jQuery and interacting with elements. Last time round we made an accordion – something which taught us a few of the jQuery special animation functions that are built in to jQuery. Today we will be using those functions and a bit more as we look at creating a nice looking Gallery page, built with HTML and CSS, and then adding some nice interactive effects with jQuery.
Well done abstract and lighting effects can enhance your artworks exceedingly and this is very popular trend now in photo manipulations, backgrounds, website headers – definitely useful tutorials to be aware of .
You can add them to premade photos, or create whole new scenes from scratch. Photoshop gives you those abilities and allows you to express in all ways. In this post you’ll find 40 best tutorials around web to master abstract and lighting effects.Read More
Drawn characters are usually cute and they can make us laugh. Nowadays, designers can turn their pencil sketches into beautiful digital art with lot of beautiful effects. You can use striking vector character as a mascot for your business or website.
This article contains 50 best Photoshop and Illustrator character designing tutorials. Most of these tutorials require a hand drawn sketch, so don’t forget about your pencil and paper.Read More
Picture can save a thousand words. That’s true and it works everywhere, even in blogs. Next thing visitors spot after the title is thumbnail. Well done post thumbnails will attract more visitors and they will explore your website with interest.
In this article I’m going to share some tips and advices about beautiful post thumbnails. You will see lot examples of using thumbnails and hopefully learn something new.Read More
HTML emails is a great marketing tool, and if built good, they work great. In 2009 HTML email ROI was $43.52 for every dollar spent on it. If you are a freelancer be aware that sooner or later your clients will start asking for you to build HTML emails.
You might think that it’s not a big deal. Just a miniature HTML web page. But the difference from building HTML websites is that you aren’t building it to just a couple of browsers with very similar structure, but to 20+ email clients people are using. And believe me, they won’t swallow your code so easily. Each of them has it’s own particularities and that makes
HTML emails so hard to make. Below you will find 50+ tutorials, tips, resources, templates to get familiar with HTML email building.Read More
How cool will it be to have a glowing blink effect behind your input boxes in a form without using Flash? Well thanks to the bright new kid on the block, CSS3, spruced up with a bit of jQuery! In this tutorial, I will show you how to build a nifty effect to enhance your forms.
Note: In this tutorial, we have made use of @-webkit-keyframes which works only in browsers using the Webkit layout engine like Chrome and Safari.Read More
For sites with multiple writers, it’s nice to have a place for them all to interact privately. Though there are solutions like Yammer and Teambox, they require your writers to register and log into another site. I can only guess as to how busy some people are! With this post I’ll show you how to make your own Private Social network for your writers using BuddyPress.
WordPress 3.0 is required for this guide, as we’ll be putting WordPress 3.0’s new multi-site feature to good use, along with BuddyPress.Read More
Everyone on the web is updating to the latest & the most secure technologies with Twitter being the most hyped one as it upgraded from basic Authentication to the more secure oAuth. Earlier people had to risk their Twitter login credentials if they wanted to use some external Apps that gave them more control over their Twitter profile. Twitter would now be removing the basic Auth to fully support oAuth. As Twitter describes oAuth is:Read More
I have assembled 25 beginner level tutorials for you to start knowing and exploiting jQuery and it’s powerful tools. After reading these guides and tutorials you will be able to proceed and start testing jQuery’s limits.Read More
FAQ (Frequently Asked Question) pages have become commonplace on many websites for many reasons. The main, is that they offer a way to provide support, most commonly, customer support, without having to re-iterate solutions to common problems. For larger companies, a good FAQ page can even have an effect on the amount of support staff that are needed to be hired, yet browsing the internet, I continually find FAQ pages to be neglected, and a navigational nightmare. Similarly, Google for some articles on FAQ page design, and you’ll find near to nothing that’s helpful.Read More