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Comment to Win! Paperback Copies of Shopify’s “Grow” Book

Grow (vol. 1) is a collection of eleven chapters; lessons written by web professionals from all across the spectrum. It caters for beginners and experts alike, touching on everything from branding and finding clients, right through to contracts and pitching. And we have a pile of paperback copies to give away! This could be lying on your desk (with or without all the paper mess) How do I Win a Copy? This on ...

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How to Create an “Anything” Slider With Just CSS

It used to be unthinkable to deploy a slider without JavaScript, but in this short video tutorial you’ll learn how to create an “anything” slider with just CSS, to present any type of content you need. We'll be using CodePen for this project, so there are two pens you'll need to pay attention to. Firstly, the base pen, which you can fork to get going: Then there’s the final result, which you can check out o ...

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6 Tips for Improving the Speed of Your Website

Remember the old days, when internet was first emerging and we all took for granted that getting on the internet so you can chat with your friends or read the weather report meant waiting for a connection – waiting for the site to come up – waiting for pictures to load… Who could imagine working that way now? In the age of ultra-fast internet connections, getting better by the minute, we can’t stand it when ...

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Divi 2.4 – More Versatile and Popular than Ever

Elegant Themes has just released their latest version of Divi, their flagship theme. Divi 2.4 is expected to become more popular than ever because of a massive revamping of key features, including header options, module settings, and the addition of a new library. You will in fact find significant enhancements and improvements in almost all areas. Divi has been a popular WordPress theme since its inception, ...

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Dealing With Redundant, Out-Of-Date and Trivial (ROT) Content

Publishing content to the web is expensive. I know what you’re thinking: no, it’s not; it costs nothing, especially when compared to print. And you would be right, from a certain point of view. The problem is that publishing is cheap . This seduces you, encouraging you to put more and more content online. In fact, the cost is so cheap that many organizations let almost any employee put content online. They ...

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How to Customize Your WordPress Site Without Having to Understand CSS

We’re going to show you how you can make serious visual changes to your WordPress websites with absolutely no prior experience of CSS. But first, let’s take a minute for a little WordPress appreciation. Old wordpress interface Remember this? This is what WordPress looked like when we first fell in love with it. Eleven years later and we’re still in love with it but (thankfully) it’s changed so much it’s bar ...

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Understanding Responsive Images: Open Assignment

Each time I publish a new course I like to follow it up with an open assignment. So, in this video, instead of learning something by following a number of steps, I’m going to set a task for you to complete! This particular assignment relates to a course I’ve just recorded called  Understanding Responsive Images , available to Tuts+ subscribers, or as a one-off purchase for $15 .  Open Assignment Even if you ...

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Web Design for Kids: Welcome to Tuts+ Town!

Welcome to Tuts+ Town, where everybody loves web design! In this series we will learn all about designing and building a website. To help us, we’re going to make a website together. These lessons (or tutorials ) will give you a step by step guide for bringing a website to life. All the exercise files will be included at the end of each lesson, so you can compare your own work as you go along. So, please com ...

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