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by krike in Other / Round-Ups on 17 Feb 2010


Quick Tip: Different Layouts for Different Widths

Quick Tip: Different Layouts for Different Widths

Description: It’s becoming more and more common for web sites and applications to provide different layouts dependent upon the user’s window size, or resolution. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways, ranging from CSS to JavaScript solutions. In this video quick tip, we’ll learn how laughably simple it is to do this with a touch of jQuery, and the resize() method.

Quick Tip: How to Use the New Post-Thumbnail Feature in WordPress 2.9

Quick Tip: How to Use the New Post-Thumbnail Feature in WordPress 2.9

Description: Up until the release of WordPress 2.9, setting up post-image support for your blog was a bit more tedious a task than it really needed to be. Luckily, that’s no longer an issue. I’ll show you how to get setup in this four minute video quick tip.

Quick Tip: How to Extend Built-in Objects in JavaScript

Quick Tip: How to Extend Built-in Objects in JavaScript

Description: Constructor functions, like Array, offer a wide range of methods and properties that you can make use of. But have ever wished that one of these objects offered some method that isn’t built-in? Is there a way to do so yourself? Absolutely! Let’s see how

How to Test your JavaScript Code with QUnit

Description: QUnit, developed by the jQuery team, is a great framework for unit testing your JavaScript. In this tutorial, I’ll introduce what QUnit specifically is, and why you should care about rigorously testing your code.

ASP.NET for PHP Developers

Description: This tutorial, for PHP developers, will provide you with an introduction to ASP.NET using the C# language. If you’ve wondered what ASP.NET is about, this tutorial will strive to answer at least some of your questions. Even if you’re an ardent open-source fan, ASP.NET contains some techniques and features that are useful to know about. And, as some might say, it’s good to know your enemy!

How to Make All Browsers Render HTML5 Mark-up Correctly: Screencast

Description: HTML 5 provides some great new features for web designers who want to code readable, semantically-meaningful layouts. However, support for HTML 5 is still evolving, and Internet Explorer is the last to add support. In this tutorial, we’ll create a common layout using some of HTML 5′s new semantic elements, then use JavaScript and CSS to make our design backwards-compatible with Internet Explorer. Yes, even IE 6.

Getting Started with XSL(T)

Description: In this tutorial, we will adventure into the world of XSL(T) and explain what it is, how to pull data from an XML document, basic iteration and basic login and conditional statements.

Quick Tip: How to Target IE6 and IE7 with Only Two Characters

Quick Tip: How to Target IE6 and IE7 with Only Two Characters

Description: Did you know that, with the addition of only two characters, you can target both Internet Explorer 6 and 7 in your stylesheets? It’s easy…I’ll show you!

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  • Octavio Stadheim

    This is some sweet blogging software. What is it called?

    • http://cmstutorials.org krike

      @Octavio Stadheim: This site is using wordpress