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CSS3 Stitched Effect

When it comes to design the key is to do more with less. Too much makes a page look cluttered, too little makes it look like you are back in the 90s. Luckily web developers can do some amazing things with CSS3 that give a page, or content within a page, that extra "pop" needed to make things stand out and look great without making the site look busy and thrown together. The next time you need to call attention to something on a page, try this cool effect in CSS3 that makes it look like an element has been sewn onto the...

CSS for Twitter-Like Hover Effects

Here's a cool CSS technique that we can use to give a hover effect to a group of divs, and then an additional effect to the element being hovered on! Twitter uses this effect with their sharing links on a tweet. When you hover over an individual tweet, the reply, retweet and favorite links appear, like this: But then when you place your cursor over one of the links, it becomes underlined, while the others remain revealed, but not underlined, like this: In this example we'll create the same effect. We'll use...

Python and Web: Building Dynamic Web Forms in Web2Py from Ground – Part III

Welcome to the third and final tutorial in the series of creating dynamic web forms using Web2Py. In the second tutorial of this series, we talked about editing/updating/deleting the submitted form records as well as management of those records using an ingenious function named SQLFORM.grid(), which allowed us to import and manage our form records in a pre-built environment having security features enabled. In this third, and final tutorial of the series, I would like to shed some light on how multiple...

Optimize Your WordPress Site to Load Faster

Compared to other platforms, WordPress is pretty fast. However, we can still make it run even faster. A fast loading WordPress site not only gets love from people, but also from Google. Here we look at 4 useful optimization tips that you can implement right now and get your site running faster than ever before. 1. Optimize Your Database ... Your MySQL database tables should be cleaned regularly. These tables are sure to have some clutter in time and this has a direct impact on the load times of your WP site....

CSS3 Generators to Speed up Your Design!

Some things can be extremely time consuming when it comes to the development process. It helps, especially when you are paid by the hour, to streamline as many processes as you can without sacrificing quality. That is where these CSS3 generators come in handy.  Below you will find a list of very useful generators that can speed up your development process! Each one of the generators that I have included in this list are tools that I've actually used in some of my projects so they are tried and true, not just...

CSS for a Multi-Colored Link ‘:hover’

This is a cool CSS effect to use with links. We can create a link that will change to two different colors when you hover over it. In order to achieve this effect, we use span tags in the links and our CSS will look like this: a.twocolors span.red { color: #000; text-decoration: none; } a.twocolors:hover span.red { color: #FF0000; text-decoration: none; } a.twocolors span.blue { color: #000; text-decoration: none; } a.twocolors:hover span.blue { color: #0000FF; text-decoration: none; } and then...

Automate WordPress Installation and Development WorkFlow

Do you work on multiple sites at a time? Then no doubt you would love to improve your speed and your overall development workflow. Think of what it takes to set up WordPress the old school way: Downloading the latest version. Extracting the downloaded zip file. Creating a new database. Creating wp-config.php file. Developing WordPress sites has never been easier with WAMP and Simple WordPress Auto Installer.  The Auto Installer script is now available that allows you to add a WordPress install within...

Code Snippet: Keep Sidebar Elements in View When Scrolling

Whether it is a list of products you are promoting, published ads or other elements on the sidebar, you will likely want to have these elements in view at all times even when scrolling. By using JQuery, you can make this possible. To do this, use the code snippet below: //keep element in view (function($) { $(document).ready( function() { var elementPosTop = $('#sidebar-ads').position().top; $(window).scroll(function() { var wintop = $(window).scrollTop(), docheight = $(document).height(),...
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