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Introducing your new favorite framework: Gumby

As web developers, it’s usual to have a favorite framework that we use for virtually every project. There are certainly plenty to choose from. Today I’d like to try and persuade you to switch to one of mine. Gumby is a flexible framework developed with Sass that comes with a whole bunch of extensions and JavaScript helpers. It’s been growing in popularity for some time and for good reasons. The grid ... The first thing to check out when considering a framework is the grid system being used by the framework....
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Creating a jQuery gallery for Flickr

This week, we'll be creating a simple jQuery gallery that uses the Flickr API to retrieve a list of images from a photo set and display them. We'll also be using the API to get some additional information about the images and storing it using the HTML5 data-* attributes The Flickr API ... To use the API you need to register for an API key, it doesn't take long and you can start here There are 2 methods that we will be using for this tutorial, first we'll need to get name and description of the specified photo set....

SEO and Web Development: 5 HTML5 Tags for SEO

The advent of HTML5 has created a new set of opportunities for web developers and site architects. The new system has also forced those unfamiliar with its origins to reassess how they view their site design, especially when it comes to questions of search engine optimization. How will HTML5 interact with the current search engine spiders, such as Googlebot and Bing, and how will those crawlers evolve in this dynamic environment? New Content Tags ... One of the biggest new features in HTML5 is the new...

SEO, HTML and Web Site Architecture

With hundreds of millions of users entering hundreds of billions of queries into major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing, the importance of designing a site to be search-engine friendly cannot be underestimated. However, even the most experienced designers and developers can make simple mistakes that can cost their site thousands of views and (potentially) uncounted revenues. HTML Issues ... Sometimes, the “old-fashioned” methods are still the most effective. While many SEO...

SEO and Javascript: DO’s and DON’Ts

In previous years, many of the major search engines were not fully equipped to read anything on a page aside from the text within the tags. Most of the “spiders” that “crawled” through web pages only viewed information at the most basic level. As technologies such as Javascript took over the web site design field, the search engine programmers found that their creepy-crawlies had to evolve in order to extract the most pertinent information from the sites they visited. Here are some DO's and...

6 Ways Web Developers Can Damage Their Career

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The web development industry is one that is always growing because of how we use the web. No longer do we expect the Internet to simply host a digital pamphlet for a business. The expectations nowadays are for a site to be rich with content, provide the means for visitors to interact and be dynamic in every interaction. With the demand at an all time high, freelance web developers may think that there is little they could do to harm their career. Unfortunately, there are many ways that people in this industry...
PHP

PHP Ad Tracker: Site Administration Ad Banner Data Form

If you have read any of the other posts in this series you know that we have done quite a bit with our PHP ad tracker. In this session, we will look at the HTML form that calls these actions. First, we create the HTML table that will hold the form header: <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tr> <td><b>Developer Drive Advertisements Administration</b></td> </tr> Next, we specify the operation (add/edit/delete/deactivate) for this...
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