HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Dec 24
6 Useful HTML5 Tools
Six online tools that are great at helping people to understand HTML5 and at helping people learn how to create HTML5 websites.
Craig Buckler, Nov 30
Get Windows 8 Pro Media Center for FREE!
Upgrading to Windows 8 Professional may be inexpensive, but you'll need to pay extra for media codecs. Or do you? Craig reveals how you can obtain Windows 8 Media Center for free...
Craig Buckler, Oct 31
Jump Start your Node.js Nous
In the same way Node.js enables devs to build fast web apps, the SitePoint Jump Start series helps readers get up to speed with new topics in a weekend.
Craig Buckler, Feb 13
Define Your Own WordPress Widgets
Widgets are small pieces of content that can be placed in one of the widgetized regions of your WordPress theme. Raj Sekharan walks you through setting up both a static and a dynamic widget.
Alex Stetsenko, Jan 11
Scheduling with Zend Job Queue
Non-interactive and long-running tasks (such as report generation) are well suited for asynchronous execution. The Job Queue module available as a part of Zend Server 5 offers an easy way to off-load tasks to run at a later time, or even on a different server.
Craig Buckler, Jan 11
How to Customize the WordPress 3.3 Toolbar
Craig reveals how you can add and remove menu items from the new WordPress 3.3 toolbar.
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jan 09
What's New in Firebug 1.9
Craig takes a look at the new features in Firebug 1.9, the world's best-known browser development console.
Tara Hornor, Dec 18
DesignFestival: WordPress Plugins for Graphic Designers and Photographers
If you are a freelance graphic designer or photographer, then you need a way to show off your work. WordPress is hands down one of the best ways to manage your own website. You can easily update content in minutes and the high degree of customization means you can make your WordPress site look exactly the way you want it. We broke down the three main plugin categories into gallery plugins, share/bookmark plugins, and social media plugins