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40 WordPress Responsive Portfolio Themes


Another set of responsive themes are showcased in this next post. It compiles some of the newest themes made available in the net today with interesting qualities and features. Like all responsive themes, the following are compatible with any type of gadget like mobiles, tablets, laptops and pc to ensure that your viewers may be […]

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21 top tools for responsive web design


To get started with building a responsive site, having a strong toolkit can make a world of difference. Here Denise Jacobs rounds up 21 great tools to aid the process of making your sites responsive Read more…

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79 Free WordPress Themes – 2011


Once upon a time, all WordPress themes looked like traditional blogs, with basic functionality and not a heck of a lot more. But as you will see from the themes below, that original “blog” design style is clearly gone, perhaps never to be seen again. It makes you feel nostalgic.

Nowadays, user requirements for WordPress themes are very high. Users expect all themes (including free ones) to have pages for admin options built in, where you can quickly set up your website and personalize it with a minimum of fuss. With the rise of these options pages, niche-specific theme designs (such as for portfolios, blogs or magazines) are no longer required and are, in fact, few and far between.

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50 Twitter Tools and Tutorials For Designers and Developers – Smashing Magazine


Twitter appears on innumerable personal and professional websites nowadays, whether it is a simple “Follow me” badge in the header or a display of the author’s latest tweets in the sidebar. No longer a fad, Twitter is now a necessity for every website, not just for sharing your thoughts and keeping in touch with people, […]

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55 Beautiful Single Page Designs


Single page websites may be described as websites that constitutes all of its features in one page. In this kind of design visitors need not to load different pages just to find what they are looking for and this can give your website an advantage to the rest. But to make this effective, it is […]

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30 Magnificent Sites Using HTML5 in Their Core Layout


As HTML5 has been evolving into the new web standard, there’s good reason why. HTML5 has defined a variety of elements and attributes that will surely change the way websites are being developed. It’s no wonder this new revision of hyper text mark-up language is opening new doors for developers and creating much more semantic […]

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5 Simple Google Analytics Tips You Should Be Using


Last week, a few of us from SEOmoz attended WebShare’s Seminar for Success for Google Analytics and Google Website Optimizer training. All of us who attended have a decent grasp on GA but really wanted to get some advanced information and gain a better understanding of GA’s potential. Plus, actually getting trained on something is […]

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60 Creative Flash Websites You Should Not Miss | Web 2.0


Despite the fact that Flash has limitations like SEO-unfriendly, plug-in required, slow loading (sometimes), etc, it is still one of the best approaches to create interactive websites that will impress your visitors. In today’s post we’ve collected 60 really creative Flash websites created by expert Flash developers all over the world. Take a look, your […]

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12 Insanely Awesome Javascript Effects


Alright, have you ever seen these effects? Awesome, stunning and cool javascript effect! It’s part of the chrome experiment and it’s amazing. When I first look at it, I was like, whoa, that couldn’t be done with flash few years ago! I have chosen 12 of them that I really like, and I hope you […]

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8 Websites You Need to Stop Building – The Oatmeal


Enough said really… Read more…

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10 Examples of Beautiful CSS Typography and how they did it


lately I have been very interested in how far we can take Typography only using CSS. Sure you can use images or sIFR to produce some very beautiful typography, but there is something unique and special about using only CSS. It is incredibly useful too, if you know the extent you can take CSS you […]

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6 Virtual Galleries for Artists


Promoting and sharing your art online may seem like a daunting task. The web is vast and filled with hundreds of new art sites popping up monthly. You may want to connect with other artists and collectors, and make connections with galleries offline, building relationships and gaining awareness. With the right tools, you can make […]

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25 Startups That Will Be Shaping The Next Web


April promises to be quite the busy month for European startups that are preparing to launch on stage. As Mike Butcher wrote earlier today, GeeknRolla will be rocking London on April 20, with a host of great speakers and fledgling tech companies dying to show off their stuff. A week after that, I’ll be attending […]

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9 Ways To Improve the SEO of Every Website You Design


One of the biggest challenges that online businesses face today is maintaining relevance in the eyes of the search engines, especially Google. With Google controlling more than 90% of the search traffic in the US alone, it’s not surprising that the most important goal of any web-based marketing strategy is to be number one in […]

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