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The Manual, Everywhere (and Now on Tuts+ Too!)

We have a brilliant new addition to the Tuts+ bookshelves: The Manual , available in eBook formats to all Tuts+ subscribers! Read on to find out more. The Manual on Tuts+ The Manual Back in 2011, Andy McMillan launched a KickStarter campaign to help him realise a dream: publishing a beautifully crafted design journal, with a focus on the maturing web industry. Each edition would contain thought-provoking an ...

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Designing for WordPress: Open Assignment

In this tutorial we’re going to do things a little differently. Instead of learning something by following a number of steps, I’m going to get you to complete an assignment. This assignment relates to a course I’ve just recorded called Designing for WordPress , available to Tuts+ subscribers, or as a one-off purchase for $15 .  Open Assignment Even if you haven’t followed the course, you can still try your ...

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Designing for WordPress: Open Assignment

In this tutorial we’re going to do things a little differently. Instead of learning something by following a number of steps, I’m going to get you to complete an assignment. This assignment relates to a course I’ve just recorded called Designing for WordPress , available to Tuts+ subscribers, or as a one-off purchase for $15 .  Open Assignment Even if you haven’t followed the course, you can still try your ...

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Free Download: 40 Flat Icons from Squid Ink

Squid.ink Flat Icon Pack offers 2000 handcrafted, consistent and pixel-perfect icons ready to use. The icons have been specially built to match the current design trends and to help you expand on your projects. This beautiful icons are perfect to create a unique design experience. They are happy to share with you 40 of their best icons from Squid.ink Flat Icon Pack. It includes PSD files for 32px & 64px Ico ...

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Let’s Make Some Dynamic, Animated Section Links

When creating markup for longer written pieces on a single page, it's often important to create navigational structures to jump between different portions of that text. This is supported natively in HTML, allowing us to skip to sections within a page and even visit them directly from external links.  A List Apart –here you see the section link and the “fragment identifier” (hash tag…) in the url The help do ...

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Calc() Grids Are the Best Grids

Hi. My name is Cory. I have a bit of an obsession. I’ve been addicted to grid systems for years now. In fact, I helped make a pretty popular one called Jeet . I’ve always loved the math involved with spacing things out appropriately. I think we can all agree that fixed grids have gone the way of the dinosaur in favor of fluid grids, but there were always things that bugged me about fluid grids. For instance ...

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The Fastest and Best Way to Test Internet Explorer on OS X

There comes a time in every developer’s life where we have to do the unthinkable: open Internet Explorer. But if we’re not using Windows, where can we find it? Oh yeah, that’s right, IE doesn’t work on OS X. We can perhaps use a service like BrowserStack , which is very good, but I find there’s always a bit of lag involved and who wants to spend money on testing Internet Explorer? Alternatively we can recre ...

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“Outside In” — Ordering CSS Properties by Importance

This article is all about CSS code structure - specifically about a method I've been using for the last few years to bring some logic and consistency to the order in which I write my CSS. It’s a method I call “Outside In”. Declaration Order? I've heard of various approaches to writing CSS in the past. Some people don't use any particular order at all, others alphabetise declarations by property name, I've e ...

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