Create a Sleek CSS3 Button Under a Minute

 Create a Sleek CSS3 Button Under a Minute

As a web developer we often find ourselves creating buttons for submit buttons, links and more. Doing this the old fashioned way can take a lot of time as you need to open photoshop and create that gradient background, shadow effects etc.
In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to create a very sleek web 2.0 CSS3 button in under a minute.

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12 Recently Released Free WordPress Themes Released Worth Checking Out

Free WordPress themes are being created and released to public all the time but the fact is that the majority of them are pretty awful. Below I've compiled a list of what I consider to be 12 free high quality WordPress themes that you should definitely check out.

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10 Awesome CakePHP Tutorials

Finding decent tutorials for the rapid development PHP framework CakePHP can be a tedious task due to tutorials for this framework being pretty scarce in general.
Today I've compiled a list of 10 awesome tutorials for CakePHP that can be useful for beginners to experts.

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10 Basic SEO Tips Every Web Developer Should Follow

15 Basic SEO Tips Every Web Developer Should Implement

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is one of the most important ingredients for getting large amounts of traffic to your website besides high-quality content. Because once your articles are a few weeks old, the majority of the traffic to those articles will come from search engines. That's why it's important to rank high in search engines.

In this article I'm going to show you 10 basic SEO tips that you should keep in mind when writing a new article or developing a new website to make sure your blog ranks high in the search engines.

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Getting the Most Out of Your Blog’s RSS Feed

Get the most out of your blog's RSS Feed

Following a large amount of blogs consumes a lot of time and visiting them all one by one to see if they posted new content is very time consuming. That's why a lot of people use RSS Readers to get the RSS Feeds from the blogs they wish to follow and read the feeds via the RSS Reader. What a lot of people don't know is that you can add content to these RSS Feeds to increase the quality of the feed(unless you fill it with ads of course).

In this article I'm going to show you how to add a Footer with some content to your RSS Feed and how to add social bookmarking links to your RSS feed so your readers can retweet your posts and more.

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Automatically Create a Bit.ly URL for WordPress Posts

Automatically Create a Bit.ly URL for WordPress Posts

Bit.ly is currently the most popular URL shorting service out there and for a good reason too. With bit.ly you can track your shortened URLs and much more. In this article I'm going to show you how to use bit.ly's api create bit.ly urls automatically for WordPress posts.

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20+ .htaccess Hacks Every Web Developer Should Know About

20+ .htaccess Hacks Every Web Developer Should Know About

Apache's .htaccess(hypertext access) configuration file can be a very powerful tool in a web developer's toolkit if used properly. It can be found in the webroot of your server and can be easily edited using any text editor. In this article I'm going to show you 20 .htaccess hacks and how to use them.

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10 Firefox Add-Ons Every Web Developer Should Be Using

10 Firefox Add-Ons Every Web Developer Should Be Using

Most web developers out there know that there is no browser better than FireFox for developing websites. This is because of all the amazing add-ons the FireFox community has created over the years to help make FireFox the browser of choice for most of us.

In this article I'm going to show you 10 FireFox Add-Ons that every web developer should be using.

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6 Useful jQuery 1.4 Resources

6 Useful jQuery 1.4 Resources

Celebrating jQuery 4th birthday, the jQuery team has released jQuery 1.4 today!
The new release is packed with new features, enhancements and performance increases. So, in order to spread jQuery 1.4 awareness, I've compiled a list of 6 useful jQuery 1.4 resources to help you get familiar with the new version.

The jQuery team is also accepting donations and giving free jQuery eBooks for those who donate more than $20.

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6 CSS Tutorials That Take You From Beginner to Expert

In today's world wide web, CSS is the most used method of styling websites. The use of tables is now mostly a thing of the past, even though you might still come across old websites once in a while that use tables for layout once in a while. There are tons of reasons why one should use CSS to layout a website over any other method.

With millions of websites being created every month, knowing how to create a website in today's world is becoming almost as important as knowing how to drive a car. In this article I will show you 6 tutorials you need to go through in order to go from knowing absolutely nothing about CSS, to writing advanced CSS code.

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