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Our team’s goal is helping SitePoint readers build a better web. In order to do that, we sometimes put together quick surveys. This time, we’re specifically interested in which browsers you use and develop for. We’ve put together a short survey, and, to thank you for your help, are offering a free year of BrowserStack to one randomly-drawn winner.
Fill out the survey below to enter! Entries will be accepted until Wednesday, September 3rd at 10am PST.
Have you ever wanted to try Rails or play with Python? Ever wanted to have a go with Go, but been unable — or just unwilling — to go through another convoluted set up? Then you will really like Nitrous.io. We certainly do! Thom Parkin does too. He’ll tell you all about it.
While this reference aims to provide a thorough breakdown of the various HTML elements and their respective attributes, you also need to understand how these items fit into the bigger picture. A web page is structured as follows. The Doctype The first item to appear in the source code of a web page is the […]
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We love Web Directions — and not just because they’re based in our home country, Australia. Their events, like the What Do You Know? road tour, the annual Web Directions South conference in Sydney, and Web Directions Code in Melbourne, are at the core of the Australian web development community, drawing in an audience from across the continent, and speakers from around the world.
We’re headed to Web Directions Code on May 1st and 2nd, and hope to see some of you there. Haven’t bought your ticket yet? You’re in luck: we’re giving away two tickets on SitePoint this week.
Just leave a comment telling us which speaker you’d most like to see at this year’s event. We’ll pick two people at random on Wednesday, April 16 at 5pm AEST (Melbourne time).
Don’t want to leave your attendance up to chance? Book your ticket using the discount code SITEPOINT and get the lowest price on offer.
This contest is open to our readers from everywhere, but please make sure you’ll be able to travel to Melbourne, Australia for the conference.
We write about many different topics on SitePoint, but there’s one thing we always focus on: helping you make better websites. In order to do that, we’d like to find out a bit more about you. We’ve put together a short survey, and, to thank you for your help, are offering a free year of […]