• Web Development
    Create a Tabbed Interface Using jQuery200x200
    Creating tabbed interfaces suddenly becomes a piece-of-cake when using the Tabs function in the jQuery UI library. It can be utilized to create completely unique interfaces without having to be a coding God - using only one line of code! Read More…
  • Interviews
    Checking in With Eric Meyer200x200
    Last week, I was lucky enough to be granted a short email interview with Eric Meyer. Some of you might have noticed that his name came up a few times last week; well now you know why! In this interview, Eric talks about where he sees CSS moving as well as his work life after having another baby girl. If you have any additional questions, leave a comment and - just maybe - Eric might respond. No promises! Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    Quick Tip: Insert Flash the Correct Way200x200
    You create your site the right way. You follow all of the rules, so that in the end, you can proudly have a link to w3's validator, confirming your site's perfection. There's just one problem: if you embed any flash into your page, you'll get several errors. That's because the embed tag is not a valid tag. You need to insert your flash the correct way! Read More…
  • PHP
    How To Use Any Font You Wish With FLIR200x200
    Last week, Philo showed you how to implement sIFR3. This time, I'm going to show you how to implement Facelift Image Replacement (or FLIR), an alternative to sIFR that does not require Flash. Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    Quick Tip: Create Your Own Simple Reset.css File200x200
    Far too many novice CSS designers don't realize the importance of creating a "reset.css" file. When you have an environment where each browser has its own "default" styling, you'll often find yourself thumping your skull as you ask yourself, "Why is there a spacing here?" To save yourself some of the headaches that you'll undoubtedly experience, you'll need to create your own simple reset file. The problem with using one of the many currently existing frameworks is that they aren't tailored specifically to you. For example, I never use the deprecated "center" element in my projects. Consequently, I don't need to put it into my default styling. However, others may need to do so - though they would deserve a slap on the wrist...or the buttocks if you're so inclined. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Building a Better Blogroll: Dynamic Fun with SimplePie and jQuery200x200
    A traditional blogroll is a simple list of other sites, often in the sidebar, that are related, owned by, or otherwise friendly to the home site. Blogrolls are a great idea and on-point with the spirit of blogging, but how is a casual reader to know if any of these sites are truly of interest? Let's improve upon the concept of a blogroll by not just listing sites, but dynamically pulling recent headlines from them, and using some fun jQuery animation.Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    9 Web Developers Who MUST Be Followed On Twitter200x200
    This web roundup will list nine developers that absolutely must be tracked on Twitter. They represent the best of the best and are extremely active in the community. Be sure to follow each and every one of them. They might even help you if you've hit a bump in your coding! By the time you're through with this list, you'll probably think, "Why didn't he include this person!". Well be sure to leave a comment with those that I left off. Read More…
  • WordPress
    Build a Newspaper Theme With WP_Query and the 960 CSS Framework200x200
    WP_Query is a powerful tool to control what comes out of your loop. Today I'm going to teach you all how to use it to make a 3 columned newspaper theme that has all your main blog posts in the main column, and off to the side a set of posts with a certain category. We'll be using the 960 CSS framework for the basic layout and reset of our theme, it will chop a lot of work off what's needed!Read More…
  • Web Development
    How To Implement sIFR3 Into Your Website200x200
    I noticed some requests on how-to implement sIFR3 into your website - or in combination with WordPress. In this tutorial i will demonstrate where to download sIFR3 and how to install it onto your website or in this case, a WordPress theme.Read More…
  • News
    250 Beta Invites to ThemeForest to Give Away200
    As you know we here at NETTUTS are also responsible for a family of creative marketplaces. Almost exactly 2 years ago, we released the first of these - a little site called FlashDen - an open marketplace where anyone can sell their Flash wares. Since its launch the site's been getting bigger and bigger, and today there are authors making as much as $10,000 a month on the site. A couple of months ago we expanded FlashDen out to an audio marketplace called AudioJungle that is slowly but steadily building up steam. But today I'm happy to announce that we're opening up a limited beta invite to our most exciting marketplace site yet - ThemeForest.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Integrating and Customizing Lijit for Your SiteTitlepic
    Search is an important part of any website, and a lacking search functionality will mean that your visitors won't find what they're looking for, never a good thing. If you're a WordPress user, you know what it is like, because WordPress, like so many other online publishing platforms, just can't be as good as Google is. However, there are solutions. You can swap your search solution with something else, be it Google Co-Op, or Lijit. In this tutorial, we'll take a look at Lijit, which will let you search across several sites, as well as multiple social webapps out there. Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    Around the Tuts+ Sites - JulyPreview
    With a growing number of TUTS sites in our network, it's getting easy to miss some of the great content published every month. That's why starting this month we're introducing a monthly "TUTS Roundup" post showcasing the best posts from the _other_ sites!Read More…