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  • News
    Win the New Apple Magic MouseMagicmouse
    Across all of the TUTS sites, we're starting a new weekly giveaway! This means that you should check Nettuts+ every Friday to potentially win a prize related to web development: anything from a new book, to a code editor, to Apple's new magic mouse - which we're giving away today! Read More…
  • News
    How to Build a Simple Content Slider jQuery PluginPost image
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    I was recently asked by a reader to recommend a helpful content slider plugin. No doubt, there are a bunch of excellent options available -- some which are, perhaps, too excellent! With so much flexibility comes extra weight; especially when sometimes you only need a simple slide or fade transition. So I figured, why not build a simple custom plugin that will get the job done? Read More…
  • Flash
    Create a 3D Flickr Photo Gallery with Flex and Away3DPreview pumpkin
    In this tut I'll demonstrate how to build a dynamic photo gallery using the Flickr API. To add a little extra flair, we'll harness the power of Away3D and display the photos in a 3D environment. There's plenty to discuss, so let's get on with it!Read More…
  • Web Development
    Simple Draggable Element Persistence with jQuery200x200
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    At some point you may need to create a draggable element within your web application. This is great functionality, however you may want or find that you need the element to stay in place after being dragged around. In this tutorial I will show you how to easily drag an element and make it stick, even after a page reload, by grabbing and storing its X and Y coordinates.Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    151 Air, Web and iPhone Apps for Web Developers200x200
    It seems like you can't go two yards without bumping into apps these days. Whether it's iPhone apps, web apps, or even Adobe Air apps - when used judiciously they certainly can boost your productivity and workflow. Of course over-apping has it's dangers as my over encumbered Firefox will tell you! Still there is something mightily addictive about adding more and more awesome little tools to your arsenal.Read More…
  • Roundups
    Top 40 Tuts+ Tutorials in SeptemberPreview
    In this Best of Tuts+ roundup you'll learn how to simulate a sniper scope, design and code a flexible website, create an intense movie poster, create a golden vector compass, build a minigolf game with ActionScript 3.0, take sports photos like a pro, create a rocky video game terrain in Blender and get a useful introduction to home recording--among many other things! Let's take a look.Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    Top 40 Tuts+ Tutorials in SeptemberPreview
    In this Best of Tuts+ roundup you'll learn how to simulate a sniper scope, design and code a flexible website, create an intense movie poster, create a golden vector compass, build a minigolf game with ActionScript 3.0, take sports photos like a pro, create a rocky video game terrain in Blender and get a useful introduction to home recording--among many other things! Let's take a look.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Easy Version Control with Git200
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    Have you ever worked on a project that was so unwieldy, you were scared to update a file or add a feature? Maybe the problem was that you weren't using a version control system. In today's tutorial, we'll learn the basics of what might possibly be the best VCS in the world: Git.Read More…
  • Flash
    Winner Announced: Win a Copy of 'Adobe Flash CS4 Professional Classroom in a Book'!Preview2
    This week on Activetuts+ we're giving away a copy of Adobe Flash CS4 Professional Classroom in a Book! A great resource for grasping the fundamentals, this book will take you through 10 lessons to cover the basics of Flash CS4 Professional. At the end of the week we'll randomly select one lucky winner. To enter, all you've gotta do is comment! (What are you waiting for..?)Read More…
  • WordPress
    WordPress as a CMS: Part 3Code
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    We've designed our site and converted it into a static HTML file in the previous two tutorials. The last part of this series we will setup WordPress as a CMS and convert our HTML file to a WordPress compatible template.Read More…
  • WordPress
    WordPress as a CMS: Part 2Code
    In the last tutorial we whipped up a quick, simple layout in photoshop and now we need to turn that into a static HMTL and CSS page.Read More…
  • WordPress
    WordPress as a CMS: Part 1Code
    When most people think about WordPress, they think about blogs. If you look at the front page of WordPress.org they talk a lot about blogging as well.Read More…
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