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  • New Goodies

  • Creating Your Own Memes

    Memes are everywhere! Learn to quickly and easily create your own memes for your sites or for social media, using freely available tools!

  • Easy Guide to Using LocalStorage with JavaScript

    The API called Web Storage provides two basic mechanisms for storing information in a user's browser: sessionStorage and localStorage. Diogo Souza takes you on a dive into the localStorage property.

  • Manage Server-Side Rendering Issues in JavaScript SEO

    When it comes to JavaScript websites, search engines have not been able to quite advance the way they crawl and index JavaScript, including Google. See what you can do to work around this issue.

  • 10 Free Website Speed Test Tools

    The time it takes your site to load impacts everything from the user experience to SEO rankings. Learn more about 10 of the most popular and effective website speed testing tools and learn how to optimize your site.

  • An Introduction to JSON Web Tokens (JWT)

    Diogo Souza walks you through what JSON Web Tokens are and how JWTs work.

  • Capturing Part of a Web Page Using Free Tools

    Whether you are testing your own site or surfing the web, there are times when you might want to capture what you see in the moment. There are numerous screen capture programs available, but if you are using Microsoft Windows, there is one built right in.

  • Working with HTML Classes

    The class attribute can be used on any HTML element, and the class name can be used by CSS and JavaScript to perform certain loads for elements with the specified class name. Learn how to use HTML classes to efficiently build your web pages.

  • HTML5 Navigation: Using an Anchor Tag for Hypertext

    Octavia Anghel walks you through various ways of using an anchor tag for hypertext with HTML5.

  • Styling CSS Links

    Octavia Anghel walks you through how to set different properties of a hyperlink using the proper CSS property.

  • Getting Started with Elm

    Elm is a strongly typed, functional language that compiles for JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. Diogo Souza walks you through and introduction and a simple example.

  • Wrapping Text and Breaking Words in HTML

    Learn how use the wbr tag in HTML to control where text is wrapped by telling the browser where the text can be broken.

  • Explore the Use of CSS Transforms

    Explore how to transform a standard HTML element into a spatial transformation module to 2D and 3D. Thus, you can model the standard HTML element by shrinking coordinates, expanding coordinates or moving them.

  • How to Improve Site Navigation with CSS Pagination

    Learn how to add pagination, an excellent way to navigate a site with a lot of content. See how parts of a page are referenced by numbers, arrows, forward and back buttons, etc.

  • Managing Multi-column Layouts with CSS3

    Octavia Anghel walks you through how to use CSS3 to build a neat and easy-to-read, multi-column layout for your web pages.

  • Exploring CSS Opacity and Transparency

    Cristian Ionescu explores some different ways to get opaque and transparent effects using HTML and CSS.

  • Featured Goodies

  • A Designer's Guide to Getting Started with Web Development

    Your design options may be limited due to lack of technical skill. Designers who are capable of efficiently collaborating with developers will be able to open the doors to rewarding projects and lots of development in the future.

  • Exploring Online Webmaster Tools

    One of the most exciting developments of the Web is the emergence of online tools. There is even a category of web tools that caters specifically to webmasters. Rob Gravelle examines the role of the webmaster and presents a few sites that provide useful tools.

  • Top HTML5 Features: Simplified Script Tags, Autofocus, and More

    In part 2 of the Top HTML5 Features series, Rob Gravelle presents a few more great additions to the HTML spec, including simplified script and link tags, the autofocus feature, and more.

  • Revolutionary HTML5 Online Website Generation Tools: SILEX, Weebly, and Wix

    Online "no code" website generation tools can be accessed from any device, where ever you are, and that they enable you to create a great site without needing a lot of programming or coding knowledge. Rob Gravelle presents three of the most popular: SILEX, Weebly, and Wix.

  • HTML6 Proposals Wishlist

    Earlier this year, people started getting excited about some of the proposals for HTML6 that were being tossed around. Rob Gravelle highlights some of the more interesting ones.

  • Top HTML5 Features: DOCTYPE, FIGURE, and Form Enhancements

    HTML5 has been around long enough for us to take a close look at what its original intent was and if it has met the challenge.

  • HTML5 Coding Methodologies

    In order to develop in a smarter and better way, we should adopt a set of coding methodologies that foster a smoother development life cycle. Rob Gravelle explores a few of the latest coding methodologies that have found their way into web developers' arsenal.

  • Beyond HTML

  • Creating Your Own Memes

    Memes are everywhere! Learn to quickly and easily create your own memes for your sites or for social media, using freely available tools!

  • Easy Guide to Using LocalStorage with JavaScript

    The API called Web Storage provides two basic mechanisms for storing information in a user's browser: sessionStorage and localStorage. Diogo Souza takes you on a dive into the localStorage property.

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