Tag Archives: Development

How to Update Twitter using PHP and Twitter API

Posted in Tutorials4 years ago • Written by 39 Comments

In the world of socializing on internet, Twitter is a big name and for developers its Twitter’s API. Its just Twitter’s unmatchable API that is failing all other micro-blogging services (like Tumblr) out there as it allows you to do almost everything. Once you become familiar with the Twitter API you can do innumerable number of things with it like updating your Twitter statuses remotely (Hint: We’ll be making this today!), searching the latest tweets for a keyword, and grab someone’s or your latest Tweets.

Today, we’ll be making a PHP Application that helps you update your Twitter status. So let’s get started without wasting anymore time!

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Expert Tips on How to Build a Multicultural Website

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 14 Comments

Let’s start with a truism: the web is global. Nothing particularly insightful about that statement, but for anyone undertaking any kind of creative endeavor in cyberspace, the proclamation that the ‘web is global’ should be an unspoken mantra that underpins any design consideration. For web designers, issues such as colour, layout, formatting and navigation are all key considerations throughout the design stage.

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An Interview with Leland Fiegel of Theme Lab

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 12 Comments

Leland Fiegel is a 21 years old professional web developer from United States of America who specializes in development of WordPress themes. He is the guy behind Theme Lab which is one of the most famous websites for WordPress tutorials. Themes released at Theme Lab have been downloaded more than 400000 times . Today we are going to discuss WordPress, Theme  Lab and his life in general. Join us if you are interested.

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32 Google Chrome Extensions For Smart Designers

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 33 Comments

Google chrome is a relatively new web browser but it has already gained huge popularity with its great speed and features. Web developers must work more faster and more productively – what could help more than these extensions aimed to ease your daily development process and save time.

At least for me – none of extensions have made browser load speed slower – I cannot say this about Firefox though, which I don’t use anymore. Scroll through this list – I am sure you will find at least few new extensions to use daily!

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How to Create Your first WordPress Theme: Part 1

Posted in Tutorials4 years ago • Written by 57 Comments

WordPress is the most popular and the best (in my opinion) blogging platform, created by Automattic. It’s really easy to use and it’s very powerful, giving you the opportunity to build any kind of site, from blogs to shopping carts and CMS’s.  In this series of tutorials, we are going to create our first WordPress theme. For this tutorial you need to have a little more than basic knowledge about HTML and CSS. Let’s get started.

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Building Real-Time Form Validation Using jQuery

Posted in Coding, Tutorials4 years ago • Written by 69 Comments

Client-side validation is something every web form should have, no doubts about that. While server-side validation does its job, it certainly lacks good user experience. What is so great about client-side validation then?

Not only is it useful to the user because it makes the process of filling out the form a lot quicker and a lot less painful, but it also shows that you actually care about them. For the user there’s nothing better than knowing right away if they’re doing it correctly.

In this tutorial we’re going to learn how to build real-time form validation using jQuery. If you’d like to see what you’ll be building, you can watch the short video intro or hit the “Live Demo” button and check it out.

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How to use CSS3 Orientation Media Queries

Posted in Coding, Coding, HTML & CSS, Tutorials4 years ago • Written by 22 Comments

For a long time we have been able to specify styles for different media types using CSS, print and screen being the most recognizable. With CSS3 these media types have been extended to allow additional expressions, aka media queries, which gives us greater control on when specific styles should be applied. In this article I will focus on the orientation media query and have a fun demonstration showing how to use it.

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Get Hired: 15 Best Job Boards for Freelancers

Posted in Tools, Web Design4 years ago • Written by 18 Comments

Nowadays financial issues seem to be a common problem, with everyone complaining about what difficult situations they’re in and how they have no money. Freelancers face the same problem as all other people. Projects are fewer, payments are very low and the request for work is enormous. To help freelancers in their search for work, here is a list of opportunities for everyone.

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How to Create Sleek Sliding Box Effect With jQuery

Posted in Coding, Tutorials4 years ago • Written by 34 Comments

Today we’re going to create some sliding boxes effects built with jQuery and some CSS. Throughout this tutorial I’ll explain every line of used code with details,  Hope you will enjoy this understand it easily.

If you want to follow along with the source files, you can download them by clicking here (*.zip archive). You can also take a look at the final demo here.

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jQuery for Complete Beginners: Part 3

Posted in Coding, Tutorials4 years ago • Written by 15 Comments

Welcome to the third post in this series, taking you from jQuery novice to jQuery expert. The past two weeks have essentially just listed functions that you will need to know. Today we are going to put the skills we’ve learned into practice (as well as meeting new things) and create a basic accordion.

An accordion is a very good way of showing lots of content in a small area. You might have five headers, each with a paragraph below it. Showing all that at once is going to go down for a long way.

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