A website is not composed only from nice pictures and great content but also from complex scripts that are putting everything into place and makes the whole site work. The development of a website is not an easy task, and sometimes is a lot harder than creating a standalone application. Being a web developer is not only milk and honey because you must be constantly updated with the latest technologies and trends. When you are a beginner is even harder because you need to understand and learn the most used methods and techniques fast. Because learning requires time and you need to be very selective when you decide with what to start, I have collected 20 very useful web development tutorials vital for any novice and not only.
Notification messages are an important part of the user experience and you can’t afford to omit them. A notification alert message should appear every time the user perform important tasks. In this article, you’ll learn how to create some alert messages with CSS3 and Jquery.
We’ve all grown up as web designers staying well away from table based layouts, but we don’t often brush up on our table building skills ready for when we will actually need them. Follow this step by step tutorial to create a slick looking data table to compare the features of various Harley Davidson motorcycles. We’ll build the table in clean HTML then polish it up with CSS to create a cool and easily readable HTML table.
HTML5 offers many improvements and cool features that can be useful while using WordPress. In this tutorial you will learn how to convert a WordPress theme to HTML5.
Experimenting with the element() CSS function
This tutorial dives into experimenting with the new CSS feature added to the Gecko engine, called the element() function.
Get started with mobile SEO
Optimise your site for its mobile audience and make the most of the mobile search opportunity: Aleyda Solis shows the way.
Spice up your personal site with jQuery
Joel Besada shows you how to take a personal site with a common text document layout, and create something far more interesting with the jQuery Scroll Path plug-in.
Play HTML5 audio in the browser
Playing HTML5 audio natively in the browser can be a challenge. Ashley Gullen, creator of HTML5 game editor Construct 2, guides you through the maze.
Writing HTML with your Eyes Closed
In between attempts to fully wrap my head around the far-stretching implications of responsive design, I like to hone my html skills. Leaving all practical worries behind, it’s actually nice to dig into something that’s fairly straight-forward, looking for ways to improve what we already (think we) know.
Creating an offline Rich-Client-Application using HTML, CSS and Java with SWT
20 Ways to Lose Your Visitors
The main area where a Web Designer have to focus when building a web site is with its user interface, the site must deliver a good user experience, which includes content readability , site navigation and much more, in order to stay alive in the Web Now.
Make a better FAQ page with jQuery
Learn a jQuery expand and collapse technique that will be useful in many situation.
Six Responsive Layout Techniques
This article provides six tips to help you implement effective responsive designs, working with media queries, viewport, and more.
How Well Do You Know Your IDE?
This is bit like a philosophical post. Just some thoughts regarding our perception of developer tooling.