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Get Shorter Links and Greater Perks with Gg.gg URL Shortener [Sponsored Review]

Since some social sharing posts require a limited number of characters, the demand for a good URL shortener grows greater each day. Like with other URL shortening sites, gg.gg offers the same free services, but with extra perks. Aside from providing basic link conversion, gg.gg also allows you to customize your shortened link. You can […]

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How to Create Vibrant Digital Poster Design with CSS3

Chris Spooner shares a nice tutorial on how you can create a vibrant digital poster design with CSS3. His Circlicious design is made purely of HTML and CSS. Take note that this is only suited to modern browsers of Firefox, Safari and Chrome. HTML <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset=”utf-8″ /> <title>Circlicious CSS Poster</title>  <link […]

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Two Great Ways To Share Your Instagram Photos In WordPress

Instagram has long been quite a very popular app among smartphone users way even before Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg decided to buy it. Fact is, it probably even gained more fame and popularity since it was bought. Chances are, there’s a lot of bloggers out there right now who are thinking about synching or integrating […]

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How To Add YouTube To Your WordPress Sidebar

We all know that you can embed YouTube videos in our post, but you can also do the same thing to your WordPress blog’s sidebar!  Just watch this nice video tutorial by YouTube user competenowwebtips. The video will teach you how to embed a video into your WordPress sidebar and how to automatically display the […]

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Creating a Cool Thumbnail Proximity Effect with jQuery and CSS3

Here’s another awesome tutorial by Mary Lou and it’s about how to create a neat thumbnail proximity effect with jQuery. To start with, here’s the markup: <ul id=”pe-thumbs” class=”pe-thumbs”> <li> <a href=”#”> <img src=”images/thumbs/1.jpg” /> <div class=”pe-description”> <h3>Time</h3> <p>Since time, and his predestinated end</p> </div></a> </li> <li><!– … –></li> </ul> Styling: CSS Adding background image […]

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Creating Soft Customizable Pressure Buttons in CSS

One of the very interesting techniques in creating buttons with CSS is by Johnny Simpson . His creation is these sleek pressure style buttons that you may find useful in your site. He mainly used multiple box shadows to add depth instead of gradients because it has more solid ground when it comes to support. […]

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How To Automatically Embed Your Github Gists On WordPress

If you’re an active Github member, then you just might find today’s featured tutorial very helpful in your blogging tasks. It’s from Robert O’Rourke and what it does is it automatically embeds gists from your Github by pasting the URL into your post or page. All you have to do is paste the following code […]

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CSS Positioning: A Quick Overview For Beginners

Here’s another amazing video tutorial by Chris Coyier from CSS-tricks where he gives a straightforward overview on CSS positioning, an area of CSS where a lot of people are struggling with. The video is a quick beginner-level overview of the different CSS position values (i.e. static, absolute, relative, fixed, and inherit). I hope that a […]

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Keeping the Count with CSS

Jeffrey Way shares with us a great CSS tutorial where you can create a counter which is very handy for presentations, using a counter-increment. Sounds unfamiliar? Well, counter-increment has been around for some time, it’s just that we haven’t used this property a lot. You can use this technique in comments section of your blog […]

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How to Create a Mac-Style Home Icon

Here’s something I’ve found that might be useful if you want to have a sleek home icon in your site. Mochtar Faqih demonstrates how you can create a cool Mac-style home icon perfect for your next design project. Although most designers draw using Illustrator, Faqih shows you how to easily make one using Photoshop. For […]

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