Categories for Web Design

How to Win your Dream Web Development Career

October 25, 2016 6:16 pm Published by

The best web developers in the world have pretty cool jobs. When they’re not building awesome things for the web they’re giving talks at cutting edge tech conferences, leading experimental open source projects, and enjoying their six figure salaries however...

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Enhance Your HTML Coding with Google AMP

August 19, 2016 2:14 pm Published by

Earlier this year, Google rolled out a new open-source architecture for the development of blazing-fast, mobile-friendly webpages. Known as Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), is essentially a framework that webmasters can use to build webpages. It lives up to its “accelerated”...

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Overview of the New Features for Bootstrap 4

June 14, 2016 4:01 pm Published by

Bootstrap is a powerful HTML & CSS front-end framework for building responsive websites. Bootstrap’s unsophisticated learning curve make it a great framework to master for beginner web developers, but encourages professional developers to consider taking a more native approach for...

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6 Reasons Why You Should Validate Your HTML

March 25, 2016 4:21 pm Published by

While there’s no rule stating that you must validate your Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), doing so will almost certainly prove beneficial. By running your code through a validator, you’ll be able to check it for syntax errors and other problems....

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Reasons to Use em in CSS Instead of px

December 31, 2015 6:01 pm Published by

One of the most common questions newcomers ask about CSS is why they should use em when defining distances and sizes in their style sheets. After all, pixels (px) have long been the standard unit of measurement in web design,...

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6 Undeniable Reasons to Use CSS for Web Design

December 17, 2015 5:54 pm Published by

Originally released December 1996, cascading style sheets (CSS) is a special type of language that’s used to control the presentation of a web page or web document. While there’s no rule – written or unwritten – stating that you must...

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Are You Guilty of Making these HTML Mistakes

December 11, 2015 5:43 pm Published by

Not Including Alt Text for Images When uploading and using images on your website, be sure to include the alt text attribute. This is an all-too-common mistake made by web developers. HTML 4.01 made the alt text attribute a requirement,...

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