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Eric Karkovack (551 Articles)

Eric Karkovack is a web designer with over two decades of experience. You can visit his business site here. Eric is the author of an eBook: Your Guide to Becoming a Freelance Web Designer. He also has an opinion on just about every subject. You can follow his rants on Twitter @karks88.
8 CSS & JavaScript Snippets for Creating Paginated Navigations

8 CSS & JavaScript Snippets for Creating Paginated Navigations

We share some highly creative CSS and JavaScript code snippets that you can use for free to improve the pagination on your own website.

10 CSS & JavaScript Snippets for Creating Page Transition Effects

10 CSS & JavaScript Snippets for Creating Page Transition Effects

We have ten CSS and JavaScript snippets for creating page transitions that you can use to add something exciting to your next project.

20 Booklet Mockup PSD Templates for Photoshop

20 Booklet Mockup PSD Templates for Photoshop

From brochures and catalogues to square books and presentations, we have a fantastic collection of booklet mockup Photoshop PSD templates.

Scenarios Where WordPress May Not Be the Best Option

Scenarios Where WordPress May Not Be the Best Option

We take a look at those scenarios when it may be wiser to steer clear of WordPress – or any CMS, for that matter, and just use static HTML.

WordPress Plugin Acquisitions: What They Say About the Future

WordPress Plugin Acquisitions: What They Say About the Future

The WordPress plugin marketplace is seeing quite a bit of consolidation lately. And, even if you aren’t a close follower of the business side of things, it’s likely some of…

Should Web Designers Worry About Competition?

Should Web Designers Worry About Competition?

Do web designers need to spend time researching their competition? Should they worry about what other firms are doing?

Helping Your Clients with Unexplained Website Phenomena

Helping Your Clients with Unexplained Website Phenomena

We look at ways to help your clients solve those annoying website mysteries and share some of the most common of these “stranger things.”

8 CSS & JavaScript Snippets for Creating Wild & Crazy Backgrounds

8 CSS & JavaScript Snippets for Creating Wild & Crazy Backgrounds

We take a look at an area that will grab your attention: wild and crazy background patterns built with CSS and JavaScript. No subtlety here.

How to Target Design Elements with the CSS :not Pseudo-Class

How to Target Design Elements with the CSS :not Pseudo-Class

:not allows you to target elements that do not match a list of provided selectors. The result is more control over niche design features.

Spread the Word: Beautiful Testimonial UI Examples

Spread the Word: Beautiful Testimonial UI Examples

These CSS & JavaScript snippets show how the use of color, movement, and typography all play an important role in building a stunning testimonial UI.

8 CSS Snippets for Creating Unique Horizontal Rules & Dividers

8 CSS Snippets for Creating Unique Horizontal Rules & Dividers

If you’re looking to take your HR’s up to the next level, you should a look at this collection of CSS dividers that go beyond the default.

Why Web Design Is Never Simple

Why Web Design Is Never Simple