As web developers, web designers and graphic designers, we constantly looking at the sheer amount of new resources, tools and applications that we can tap into increases exponentially with time.
I’ve also included some apps for your apple devices and some apps for the web, to some awesome CSS resources, responsive frameworks, a site that check if your website is responsive. And to those lovers of WordPress I’ve included some themes and plugins both free and premium and finally I’ve also included some great design files that you can use.
PowerTip features a very flexible design that is easy to customize, gives you a number of different ways to use the tooltips, has APIs for developers, and supports adding complex data to tooltips. It is being actively developed and maintained, and provides a very fluid user experience.
As a Web Designer or Web Developer, anything that can save you just a little bit of time is well worth its weight in gold.
If you agree with the above statement, you will certainly love this post. As i have for you a large selection of the best, the most useful and the most innovative tools and resources that been around the net and this very site throughout the year of 2012.
X-editable is a in-place editing with Twitter Bootstrap, jQuery UI or pure jQuery. This library allows you to create editable elements on your page. It can be used with any engine (bootstrap, jquery-ui, jquery only) and includes both popup and inline modes. It’s new life of bootstrap-editable plugin that was strongly refactored and improved.
stickyMojo is a contained sticky sidebar plugin for jQuery. It is lightweight, fast, flexible and compatible with Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and IE8+. It will degrade gracefully in older versions of IE.
The beginning of a new month always brings new changes. In our case the beginning of a new month brings to our dearest users another freebie. This time it’s about a cool Web User Interface Kit (Set) PSD, HTML + CSS + jQuery, that was specially made for DesignModo by DesignModo friends at Pixeden.
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Each month during 2011 the web industry produces hundreds of great sites and I’m proudly like to showcase my personal picks from January to December. all of are outstanding examples of design built to current web standards.
It’s important to have a good set of tools to speed up and simplify your CSS development and we always see new and approved ones being created. The tools featured in today post will help you improve your workflow whether it be solving validation or debugging, taking care of those repetitive tasks that we see on a daily basis or just simply offering a better solutions to many time-consuming items like sprites or CSS3 animations
CSS Lint is a tool to help point out problems with your CSS code. It does basic syntax checking as well as applying a set of rules to the code that look for problematic patterns or signs of inefficiency. The rules are all pluggable, so you can easily write your own or omit ones you don’t want.
For some of our readers we are getting back to the very basics form in this post. But if you are about to pursing web design either a career or just for a hobby, you must be able to do more than just simply design a pretty page. Today web designers aren’t just the designer anymore they need to become some what a experts in coding as well.
Today there are plenty of different web design standards that one must master to become a web designer. The two most important in the industry today are HTML and CSS because these can be a stepping stone. (more…)
The CSS framework you decide to use shouldn’t ideally be based only on a personal preference, as most web designers tend to do.But Ideally you should choose a framework that match up on your current web projects factors like complexity and functionality requirements.
In this article you find 16 of the best CSS frameworks including a couple of generators that you could consider for your next project.
The days of being limited to just a handful of fonts on the web are rapidly coming a thing of the past. The problem is no longer a lack of viable solutions but rather an abundance of them. Technologies like Cufon, sIFR, FLIR and @font-face all represent different groups of developers placing bets on what they believe is to be the future of web typography. (more…)