Archive for March, 2011

WordPress: Checkbox, Radio and Select Helper Functions

WordPress: Checkbox, Radio and Select Helper Functions

As you may or may not know, WordPress has two simple helper functions built into it that make it easy to determine whether a checkbox/radio button should be checked or a select option should be selected. In PHP, the traditional way to do this would be to use an if…else statement. That might look something [...] Read the rest of the article on : HTMLCenter Web Development Blog
Filed in: Graphics
Weekly Freebies: 20 Fractal Brush Sets for Photoshop

Weekly Freebies: 20 Fractal Brush Sets for Photoshop

Today’s collection of free design resources includes twenty awesomely abstract fractal brush sets that collectively contain hundreds of brushes for you to add to your library. Graphics like these instantly add life and character to your design and can be used to add texture in the background, a main focal point, or anything else you can dream up. Their natural beauty is easy to leverage! Like the article? Be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed and follow us on Twitter to stay up on recent content. Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Css
Accessing Foursquare API Data via OAuth and PHP

Accessing Foursquare API Data via OAuth and PHP

In this brief tutorial we’ll be looking into manipulating website data with PHP. Foursquare offers some great tools for accessing their website’s API. We’ll be working with an open connection technology OAuth to authenticate users into our own 3rd party Foursquare apps! Like the article? Be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed and follow us on Twitter to stay up on recent content. Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Icons
Weekly Design News – Resources, Tutorials and Freebies (N.79)

Weekly Design News – Resources, Tutorials and Freebies (N.79)

This is our weekly column were we share our favorites design related articles, resources and resources all from the previous week. If you would like to be kept up to date with loads of fresh design news and resources, you can follow us on Twitter, on Facebook, on Stumbleupon or by subscribing to our RSS feed. Read the rest of the article on : Speckyboy Design Magazine
Filed in: Seo
4 Tips and Tricks for More Legible Content

4 Tips and Tricks for More Legible Content

In this post, we go over a few commonly overlooked and newer ways to implement more legible type on the web. … Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Seo
Top 10 Free Source Code Editors – Reviewed

Top 10 Free Source Code Editors – Reviewed

These are what I found to be the best bang for zero bucks (with an added bonus). … Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Programming
Designing for the Future Web

Designing for the Future Web

In this article, we’ll look at what the future Web might look like and how we can adapt our current skills to this new environment, as well as how to create fluid websites that are built around a consistent core and that adapt to the limitations and features of the device on which they are viewed. … Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Web
Top 10 Free Source Code Editors – Reviewed

Top 10 Free Source Code Editors – Reviewed

With professional code editor like Dreamweaver, Coda, Textmate and others, its no surprise that more and more people have partially forgotten about simpler code editor such as Window’s Notepad. We do understand that simpler does not mean the best option however, there are simpler yet professional code editors that might just suits what you need! These are what I found to be the best bang for zero bucks (with an added bonus). Feel free to share your personal favorite in the comments. 1 … Read the rest of the article on : hongkiat.com
Filed in: Graphics
Magnificent LEGO Movie Stills by Alex Eylar

Magnificent LEGO Movie Stills by Alex Eylar

Alex Eylar is an advanced LEGO scene creator from California, USA. Alex is in his young twenties and has become very well known for his brilliant movie scenes that he creates out of LEGO pieces; his work has even been featured on the CNN and The Telegraph websites. He says his love for both LEGO and movies come from his childhood, and is surprised that his scene recreations have gone down so well with the public. He assumes that this is because most people are familiar with a lot of the films he depicts in his work. Great photography and editing skills play a large part in these fantastic creations, allowing Alex to create a great depth of field and make his work more realistic. You can view more of Alex’s LEGO experiments at his MOCpages profile, or on his Flickrstream, where he posts all of his projects, small and big. … Read the rest of the article on : Webdesigner Depot
Filed in: Web
Thoughts and Considerations for Freelancing on a Part-Time Basis

Thoughts and Considerations for Freelancing on a Part-Time Basis

Freelancing is the kind of work pattern that gives you the flexibility and margin to do self-employed projects, and earn a good deal as well. However, no matter how much good freelancing reaps you, it is certainly not everybody’s cup of tea. Therefore, to launch a career in freelancing it is advisable to start it on a part-time basis. Freelancing has a number of benefits ranging from personal comfort to financial gain and individual recognition. Even so, I have seen many freelancers finding themselves at a dead end during the process. Reason being, either the fluctuating income affects their household or they simply get swallowed by powerful competitors. If you ever do have a disastrous end to your freelance career, it can be very difficult to taking that detour back towards full-time employment. Here is where the importance of part-time freelancin … Read the rest of the article on : Speckyboy Design Magazine
Filed in: Seo
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