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Programming, motherfucker est une communauté de développeurs humiliés depuis des années par les programmes, les méthodologies et le management, tous centrés sur les heures facturables et les tests sans intérêt. Alors que le développeur veut surtout… développer. Tiens, en parlant de développement web, voici une sacrée liste de tutoriels qui devrait faire de vous un p***** de développeur ^__^ Graphics Programming Language Agnostic
Your RSS Feed is sometimes the only way your visitors experience what you have to offer on a regular basis. It serves to inform and entertain, but is also an essential tool for driving traffic back to your website and improving your overall search-engine ranking. If all your feed does is show a poorly formatted excerpt of your posts, the hundreds of visitors who are not hitting your main site everyday will have no reason to read your content or share it with others. When optimizing your RSS Feed, you have to consider the kind of content you curate.
What would happen if you woke up tomorrow and your web host had accidentally deleted your website? It happened to me. And, you guessed it: I didn’t have a backup.
The life of a freelance web designer varies in many ways to that of a corporate entity. Software firms and design studios are able to work together on big budget projects to earn a lot more than the average freelancer would. This often means when going solo you’ll work with a larger number of clients and have to divide your time up into unfair portions. For anybody in the industry it’s absolutely essential to understand task management. Timing, repetition, sleep, nutrition, and a lot of other factors play a role in your work attitude. And by synchronizing yourself with natural rhythms and an upbeat schedule you’ll feel more productive throughout the day.
One of the big problems CSS has is that it isn’t very maintainable. It can very easily get away from you. LESS allows you to define variables for any property value or even the entire contents of an existing rule. Creating a custom skin for a web site has never been this easy. The most important units are actually @view and @font-scale. You may also notice that all vertical units are relative and horizontal units are absolute (pixels).
CSS How do I add margins to my image so text will wrap around it? Outlook 2007 and 2010 do not support the margin or padding CSS properties when placed within an image. Try using hspace and/or vspace: < img src = “http://www.emailonacid.com/example.jpg” align = “left” vspace = “10” hspace = “10” /> Or add the additional spacing to the image itself (in pixels).
In my article “Recurring Revenue”, published in the October issue of .net , I speak about the ever-changing landscape for web designers and developers, where the focus is most definitely shifting from consulting to building products or services. I argue that most of us would prefer to be earning a passive income from our efforts than have to fight bad clients over budgets, deadlines and getting our bills paid on time. If this is where your head is at, then this article will be perfect for you... There are many ways to generate a passive income, but I’d like to touch upon the most common models/approaches by looking at a few examples from within our community. I’m a firm believer that a theoretical model does not equate to much value unless it can be substantiated by some great examples.
Published by Chris Coyier In the last year or so, there's been enough sites that do fancy things when you scroll down that it's kind of a trend. I thought I'd blog it, you know, for the sake of history. By "fancy things" I mean something happens when scrolling down besides the site scrolling down.
An understanding of typographic etiquette separates the master designers from the novices. A well-trained designer can tell within moments of viewing a design whether its creator knows how to work with typography. Typographic details aren’t just inside jokes among designers.
It has been over a couple of years since I posted my HTML tag and usability crimes posts, both of which are amongst the most popular articles here on Line25. There’s something about this title people just can’t resist! Let’s take a look at ten crimes you may be committing in your HTML content. These won’t exactly land you a life sentence, but I bet almost every one of us will be guilty of at least one of these petty crimes.
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