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  • HTML & CSS
    Solving 5 Common CSS Headaches200
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    CSS is a relatively simple language to learn. Mastering it, on the other, can prove a little more difficult. Compensating for various browser inconsistencies alone can produce a migraine. In this article, we'll demystify five of the most head thumping issues that you'll encounter when building web applications.Read More…
  • WordPress
    How to Make a Featured Post Carousel for WordPress200
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    It's becoming more and more common for blogs to feature certain posts at the top of the page. In this tutorial, we're going to show you how to implement this in WordPress. We'll be using the default theme, Kubrik, as our base theme, but it should be adaptable to most themes with some modification. There's very little code and featuring posts is simple.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Tabbed Content using jQuery and WP_Query200x200
    Wordpress provides a huge array of information about your blog and it's content. Showing lots of this information can become space consuming. A great looking solution to this is tabbed content!In this tutorial, we'll take the WordPress Newspaper Layout we worked on previously and extend it with tabs.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Build a Basic Newspaper style layout with Wordpress and jQuery200x200
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    Grid/Newspaper/Magazine templates are becoming more and more predominant in the wordpress skin and theme community. They look classy, but it can be daunting knowing where to start. In this tutorial we use the power of jQuery to create a grid layout with size-degrading headers!Read More…
  • Web Development
    15 Resources To Get You Started With jQuery From Scratch200
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    Maybe you're a seasoned jQuery pro. Heck, maybe you're John Resig. On the other hand, maybe you read words like "Prototype", "jQuery", and "Mootools" and think to yourself, "What the heck are these?" Now is the time to learn. In this industry - now more than ever - designers are becoming coders, and coders are becoming designers. The idea of a developer ONLY performing frontend or backend work is quickly becoming a dated concept. jQuery will help to bridge the gap. Javascript is not an unattainable skill. In this article, we'll detail fifteen resources to get you started with jQuery from the absolute beginning. If you've been avoiding this library out of some silly sense of fear, now is the time to dive in. You'll be amazed at how simple it can be. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Create a Simple, Powerful Product Highlighter with MooTools200
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    Believe it or not, there's a lot of powerful interactivity you can bring to your site using javascript besides slick navigation menus! This tutorial will help you find your inner cow by introducing you to one of the most powerful and modular javascript libraries—MooTools! We'll be creating a flexible tool for highlighting your sites products or services using the MooTools javascript framework. Also, learn some of the many reasons why MooTools just might be the right javascript library for all of your future projects!Read More…
  • WordPress
    Adding Form Validation to WordPress Comments using jQuery200
    When it comes to simpler user experience, having your form validation happen instantly on the same page is a lot cleaner than reloading pages and possibly losing some form content. In this tutorial I'll show you how to use jQuery to do some instant checking on an example comment form.Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    Best of the Web - June 2008Botw
    It's time for a web roundup for June 2008. Like Collis' mentioned in last month's roundup, these take a long time because there's so much reading material to distract from the main goal: a list of relevant links for you NETTUTS readers. Enjoy.Read More…
  • News
    Suggestions for Creating Step-by-Step Web Development Tutorials for Nettuts+Write
    This article discusses one approach to writing step-by-step tutorials. While the focus here is for NETTUTS, much of the approach can be applied for any site. If you plan to write tutorials for NETTUTS, you should read/browse this article. There's also a parallel article at PSDTUTS that Editor Sean Hodge wrote, which actually inspired this one.Read More…
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    Nettuts+ Demo/ Source Buttons, New Voting Buttons and More Tuts+ Sites?Shield general
    This is just a short roundup post to touch base with our NETTUTS readers. Just a few tidbits of info, including unofficial announcements of new TUTS sites and a link to an interview with our very own Collis Ta'eed.Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    Prototype a Magazine-Style Home Page Template with the Blueprint CSS FrameworkFilmscenic thumb 200x200
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    When Collis launched this site and asked readers for tutorial requests, a common one was for a "magazine themes" how-to for blog platforms. This tutorial focuses on the first part of the process: applying a CSS grid to the design to prototype a home page template.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Hack Together a User-Contributed Link Feed with WordPress Comments200
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    Although WordPress has a *very* extensive plug-in collection, now and again things come up for which there are no suitable plug-ins available (yet). When I built PSDTUTS I thought it would be cool to have a way for users to submit links and to create a public link feed out of it. Today I'll show you how I hacked together a method using WordPress' comments.Read More…
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