Monthly Archives: July 2009

10 CSS properties that ‘were’ impossible to implement in IE6

This post is about 10 commonly used css properties that were impossible to implement in IE6. While redesigning ProductiveDreams, I came across a few css compatibility issues with IE6 and had to spend hours searching the solution for each issue. […]

By: | CSS, JavaScript| Tags: | Comments: 0

25 Inspiring Examples of Sign-Up Pages

A well developed and organized sign-up page has to relay a large quantity of data in a small area and must be quick and easy to read and understand. Overly creative plan names are more likely to hurt your sign-up […]

By: | Design| Tags: | Comments: 0

10 Handy WordPress Comments Hacks

Comments sections are neglected on many blogs. That is definitely a bad thing, because comments represent interaction between you and your readers. In this article, we’ll have a look at 10 great tips and hacks to enhance your blog’s comments […]

By: | WordPress| Tags: | Comments: 0

50 New CSS Techniques For Your Next Web Design

CSS is almost certainly one of the best developments in web design since the first graphical web browsers were adopted on a wide scale. Where tables created clunky, slow-loading pages, CSS created much more streamlined and usable web pages. Plus, […]

By: | CSS, CSS3| Tags: | Comments: 0

HTML5 and The Future of the Web

Some have embraced it, some have discarded it as too far in the future, and some have abandoned a misused friend in favor of an old flame in preparation. Whatever side of the debate you’re on, you’ve most likely heard […]

By: | HTML| Tags: | Comments: 0

Free Flash Photo Gallery from FlashMint

Free XML Flash Photo Gallery is a Flash application that allows you to add a perfect photo gallery to your website without any tech knowledge and programming skills. This easy to use and install Flash component is a great solution […]

By: | Flash, Freebies| Tags: | Comments: 0

The CSS3 border-radius property

One of the CSS3 properties designers have been longing the most for is undoubtedly the border-radius property. With CSS3 border-radius property it’s possible to create the so popular rectangles with rounded corners exclusively via CSS – no images needed. Visit […]

By: | CSS3| Tags: | Comments: 0

23 Essential HTML 5 Resources

Everyone is excited about the possibilities of HTML 5, but there’s a lot to learn and absorb as well. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of articles to get you started! Visit Source

By: | HTML| Tags: | Comments: 0