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15 Online resources for learning web design

There is no doubt that Web design can sometimes be a little intimidating, not only is there so much to learn but the environment is ever changing and it seems as if every day there is something new that you need to learn if you want to stay up-to-date. Don't know where to start? Don't worry we have compiled some of the best resources on the web for learning web design. Some of the suggestions offered here are free while some come at a small cost. Some focus only on HTML while others will teach you anything from HTML,...
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25 must read HTML, CSS and jQuery books

Everyone knows that in order to create the best websites you need to be up-to-date with the latest trends and developments. We asked experts and long timer designers and developers to share with us their favorite books, and the result is a selection of the very best books that everyone should read. Our list includes 25 books that all developers must read if they want to create great web sites. We cover everything from HTML to CSS, JavaScript and jQuery books. 1. Introducing HTML5      ...
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Create a User Note-Keeping Utility For Your Site With IndexedDB: Part 4

In this series we have been building the elements of a user note-keeping utility for Web pages, using the IndexedDB API. So far we have built the database, created an object store to save the user's notes and handled adding and deleting notes. In this last part of the series we will bring these elements together by querying the note database, presenting the user notes within the page markup so that they can see them on returning to the page. This is the final part in a series of four tutorials: Setup and opening...
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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 set...
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Create a User Note-Keeping Utility For Your Site With IndexedDB: Part 3

In this series on creating a user note-keeping utility, we are using IndexedDB to store user notes on a Web page. In the first two parts of the series we created the IndexedDB database and object store, as well as the initial visible HTML elements in the Web page. In this part we will implement allowing the user to add and delete notes to and from the data store. In the final part of the series we will query the notes and display them within the page. This is part 3 in a series of 4: Setup and opening the note database...
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Create a User Note-Keeping Utility For Your Site With IndexedDB: Part 2

In this series we are using the IndexedDB API to create a basic note-keeping utility within a Web page. In the first part of the series we setup the HTML5 page elements and started IndexedDB processing by attempting to open the database. In this part we will be working on creating the object store, which is how we define the structure of the note database. In the final two parts of the series we will handle inserting, deleting and querying notes. This is part 2 in a series of 4 tutorials: Setup and opening the...
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Create a User Note-Keeping Utility For Your Site With IndexedDB: Part 1

Indexed Database (IndexedDB) is an API for storing data at client side and a proposed standard, still in the relatively early stages of development. With the IndexedDB API, developers can store data objects within the user's browser. In this tutorial series we will explore the basics of this emerging technology by building a simple note-keeping facility for a Web page or site. Users will be able to add and delete notes, with past notes automatically displaying when the user revisits. The notes are...
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Baking a New Site With a Sprinkle of SEO Part 2

In part one of Baking a New Site With a Sprinkle of SEO, we covered some of the more important things a developer can do to help their sites find their way into the top positions of the search engines. This week, we look at more advanced steps you can take to really help catapult them up to the top. Advanced: canonical tags You may have heard about Google’s recent algorithm updates such as Panda and Penguin. Well, one of things Panda concerned its self about was not how much sugar cane it was getting, but...
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