Using open-source components makes it really easy and quick to build powerful front-end elements for websites or apps. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to easily create an editable table
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Why Umbrella JS? jQuery is an amazing piece of code! Since its first release in 2006, jQuery has played a key role in shaping the web as we know it
Using modern CSS techniques, it has never been easier to create a loader/spinner of any kind. This article showcases over 40 different techniques and styles.
As a developer, your main tool is obviously the one that allows you to turn your ideas into code: A text editor. As time goes by, more online text editors
When building a website, using a CSS framework is a real time saver as it provides you with tools every web designer and front-end developer needs when crafting a site
Among other great features, the new HTML5 specification allow native audio streaming. In this article, I have compiled the 10 most awesome HTML5 audio players available today.
HTML is super easy to write, but when creating webpages you often need to do the same repetitive tasks, such as creating forms. In this user guide, I have compiled
Many WordPress plugins can add a contact form to your blog, but a plugin is not necessary. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can create a built-in contact form for your WordPress theme.
Front-end web developent can seem to be easy at first, but producing a clean, semantic, and cross-browser code is definitely a hard job. In this article, I have compiled the top 10 best practices that have been useful to me in the past 3 years.
The newest additions to both the HTML and CSS specifications allow web developers to craft beautiful and user-friendly components. Amongst those components, progress/loading bars can contribute to making your website
When you’re looking for a very eye-candy way to display your content, slideshows are always a good choice. Here’s our selection of 10 cross-platform, absolutely stunning slideshows, carousels and sliders, based on Mootools, JQuery, Yahoo! User Interface, and Script.aculo.us.
When creating a WordPress theme or plugin, AJAX is often used in order to enhance the user experience. In order to ensure security and protect your site against several types of attacks including CSRF, WordPress provides security tokens called nonces. In this article, I’ll show you how to use nonces to protect AJAX requests on a WordPress site.