Ultimate Roundup of Best Photoshop Wallpaper Tutorials

The best ways to learn and try new things with Photoshop is to create beautiful wallpapers. The huge size will give you plenty of ideas to try anything you want, and there really is no destination to what you can create. I’ve compiled a list of the best Photoshop tutorials that teach you how to … Continue Reading

Creating a Simple Twitter App using oAuth and PHP

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 … Continue Reading

Improve Your Skills: 25 jQuery Beginner Tutorials Roundup

jQuery is the most popular JavaScript library that highlights the interaction between JavaScript and HTML. With jQuery you can write less and do more. jQuery has become an active trend and it’s features are growing rapidly. I have assembled 25 beginner level tutorials for you to start knowing and exploiting jQuery and it’s powerful tools. After … Continue Reading


40 Seriously Awesome MooTools Tutorials and Plugins

MooTools is a lightweight, object-oriented and very popular framework for JavaScript, written in JavaScript which can spice up the interactivity and beauty of your site. User interface plays an important role in the success of any website; JavaScript, CSS and AJAX are commonly used to provide users the leisure of rich user interface over past … Continue Reading

12 Tools To Reevaluate And Analyze Your Web Design

Nowadays there are pretty many tools to analyze your site’s code and traffic, but there aren’t that much tools to evaluate design and accessibility. Personally, I think that best ‘tool’ to evaluate web design is other people feedback. Surprisingly – there are just that type of tools available. Check them out together with some other … Continue Reading

How to Create a better FAQ page for end users

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 … Continue Reading

Selling Your Blog: How To Transfer It to The New Owner

I’ve just finished the process of selling one of my sites. It was the first time I ever sold a website and, in the process of doing that, I’ve learned some very important lessons. One of the hardest parts when you already found a buyer is transferring the website to the buyer with very small … Continue Reading