Recently Released Free WordPress Themes

Free WordPress themes can be highly valuable resources to users and bloggers. While there is no shortage of premium themes available for purchase, the quality of free themes can sometimes exceed the expectations that you would have for something that can be downloaded and used for free. In this post we’ve compiled some of the best free WordPress themes that…

50 New Resources and Tools for Web Developers

In this web developer round-up we have chosen 50 recently released resources and tools that offer time-saving solutions to many of the development issues you may come across. So, if you are looking for a tool that will check your Javascript, validate your CSS, help you create an image sprite, or a new HTML5 Canvas library, a new CSS dev…

Important Tips for Managing a New Tech Startup

The tech scene has recently seen booming innovation more than we’ve ever seen before. Startups inside the industry are full of young talent searching for an audience. And it’s no surprise that the current state of our Internet is managed by such a few top-ranking social networking sites. Over time we will adapt to the value of the Internet and…

The ICO Amends the EU Cookie Law to Allow ‘Implied Consent’

At the last minute, the UK’s Information Commisioner’s Office (ICO) has decided to dilute an already watery law. Last Thursday, among the last minute amendments to the law, legislators added implied consent to the EU Cookie law, which appears to be an appeal to overall acceptance and at odds with the law’s requirements of explicit informed consent. After a year…

20 Creative Personal Blog Web Designs

As clearly and concisely defined by Wikipedia, a blog is ‘a personal journal published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete entries (“posts”)…’. But when you do read back that definition you soon realize how far we have drifted away from it, especially over the last couple of years and particularly within the design community. Once upon-a-time a blog…

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Rearrange content when it’s too wide with jQuery

From its humble beginnings more than 25 years ago to the omnipresent behemoth it is today, the web has always been changing. Recently, the explosion in the popularity of mobiles and tablets has left web designers struggling to make their layouts adaptable to as many screen sizes and resolutions as possible. Today, I’ll show another way that will allow you…

Yahoo! Unveils Axis – A ‘Search’ Browser Enhancement

With yet another step towards redefining internet search, Yahoo! recently launched Axis – a web browser enhancement. Being hailed as a tool to enhance your search experience, Axis lets you search and see visual results without leaving the page you’re currently on. Traditionally, we are used to seeing links as search results. Axis, on the other hand, presents you with…

Code Poet – New resource from the guys behind WordPress

Sharing has always been at the heart of Automattic, the developers of WordPress. And now those developers are looking to give back to the community – in the true spirit of open source. They have just launched a brand new resource for WordPress designers and developers called Code Poet. Code Poet aims to collect the knowledge that is scattered around…

Syndication for Articles Only: The How and Why of an Articles-Only RSS Feed

There was a time, not too long ago, when blogging was only about creating full-length entry content for readers to peruse and interact with. That time has long passed, however, and has given way to the era of tweets, blogrolls and link lists, micro-entries, digests, and all kinds of other content which gets published right alongside traditional content. When it’s…

How Developers can Take Advantage of Social Media

Working in the field of web development has a much different feel than graphics design. The work is more task-oriented and requires a higher level of concentration and detail. Not to mention bug fixes, maintenance, or getting sites running live on a web server. It seems the job of a designer is more creative and freeform. This holds true for…