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May 2008

NETTUTS - Web development tutorials and links - Spoonfed Web Tutorials

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NETTUTS is a blog/tutorial site aimed at web designers. We run tutorials on technologies, skills and techniques to improve how you design and build websites. We cover HTML, CSS, Javascript, CMS’s, Simpler Development Examples in PHP and Ruby on Rails, a

Useful Podcasts For Designers And Developers | Developer's Toolbox | Smashing Magazine

collection of podcasts that are either directly about web design, or would be helpful to a web designer

100+ Open Courseware Collections for Aspiring Web Devs - Web Hosting Unleashed

free tutorials and collections from top universities and well-respected websites to train you in areas like web design, graphics and imaging, programming and coding, multimedia, connecting with your audience, and even learning freelancing and entrepreneur

March 2008

Darren Hoyt Dot Com » Blog

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Premium Themes Should Advance the Wordpress Community

mezzoblue § Home

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So here's a not-so-hypothetical question I'd like to put out there: as a designer what are the saleable products one might go about creating?

February 2008

Open Source Templates | Free CSS and XHTML Website Templates

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Welcome to the best free css and xhtml open source template design showcase where the community gets to pick the best designs to be showcased on the front page.

December 2007

Secrets of Self Taught Web Developers -

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Secrets of Self Taught Web Developers: 115 Resources to Help You Develop on the Web

November 2007

Top 10 Template Generators for Blogs and Websites

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Mashable is hosted by (mt) Media Temple « Previous PostNext Post » Top 10 Template Generators for Blogs and Websites November 18, 2007 — 08:52 PM PST — by Palin Ningthoujam — Share This If you are not satisfied with ready-made blog and we

October 2007

More than 100 Web 2.0 Online Generators

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Here the list of online generators specifically for web 2.0 design: enjoy it!

September 2007

Snitter: Snook's Twitter -

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I find using the Twitter web site frustrating at times because it doesn't offer up features that I've always felt could be easily added. So, I've gone ahead and built an app with the features that I've always wanted.

July 2007

The Sandbox ·

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The Sandbox is a theme for themers. It has the ability to be easily skinned, so beginners will feel comfortable styling it since they only need to know CSS.

May 2007

Resources for the professional web designer

this is a list with the best design links submitted to

CleverClogs: OnePipe : the Single-Button Generic Feed Filtering Bookmarklet

pointers and tips related to desktop and web alert services, news readers and personal productivity

April 2007

60 best CSS directories you would die to watch! at Witty Sparks

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we came up with a compendium of best CSS directories, CSS showcase, CSS galleries that rank / grade websites (using CSS) on the basis of ‘alexa ranking’, colors, categories, tags, ratings and RSS.

» Links for Web Designers : April

Web design, Typography, Code Snippets and Interesting Articles - we digg out the best for you …

CSS Naked Day

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The idea behind this event is to promote Web Standards. Plain and simple. This includes proper use of (x)html, semantic markup, a good hierarchy structure, and of course, a good 'ol play on words. It's time to show off your <body>.

February 2007

December 2006

Cheat Sheet Round-Up: Ajax, CSS, LaTeX, Ruby… | Smashing Magazine

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Whether you’ve forgotten the name of a function or the property of a cascading style sheet - handy cheat sheets deliver the information you are looking for - immediately. Most cheat sheets are available as .pdf or .png-files, so you can print them and u

October 2006

Creating a Style-Guide for your site at Drinking Rockstars and Programming

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One thing you'll realize after you do front-end work over an extended period of time, is that you may forget the classes that you defined and end up writing many similar CSS styles. This is typical in any development project, which is why software is trad