Responsive Design

Well designed but not responsive website

A well designed website doesn’t mean always that a website is responsive too. But first of all: What’s responsive? First mentioned was the term responsive web design, based on an article at Wikipedia about responsive web design, in 2010 by … read on

Securing for Risks

Cover Your Risks on a Business Level

Whether you are running a graphic / web design studio, working as a software developer or profi blogger, or as a Consultant in SEO / IT your main focus will be acquiring new clients, fulfilling deadlines and jobs and getting … read on

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What’s New in CSS 3

Loads of new CSS 3 properties are earning support from popular browsers, with an enormous range of new flexibility for designers and developers, if you haven’t already started looking into it, you can start now with our what’s new overview. read on

Keeping Watch: Energy Bill

If you work as a web developer, online programmer or SEO consultant, whether working for yourself or running a small company, difficulties can arise when trying to co-ordinate everything to run smoothly. On the one side, time and effort must … read on

Twenty Eleven: WordPress 3.2 Themed

Love the – Hate the white space, it’s just too minimalist, it’s better – no, it’s worse than some paid themes, the header image and it’s display area is just too, mmm Big?, loading and positioning of images and concerns … read on

Create an Expandable Button Using CSS border-image

Using a small image together with the CSS border-image property, it’s possible to create a flexible button that will expand to hold differing content lengths or to allow for text sizes depending on a users custom settings. In this experiment … read on

Add Focus Glow to Input Fields

Adding effects to input fields helps your users to find their way around. Using the CSS property, box-shadow, you can create a nice subtle glow effect, in CSS 3 supporting browsers, when an input field is given focus. Set standard properties … read on

Periodic Table of HTML Elements

A fine idea and interpretation of HTML elements in the well known format of a periodic table is a nice find. Over at JoshDruck.com you can find just that. Displayed in a very clean and organized format and sorted and … read on