M. David Green, Feb 07

Learning HTML, CSS and SVG, and Facing Fears, with Joni Trythall

Joni Trythall joins the Versioning Show to discuss learning HTML, CSS and SVG, sharing code, teaching, writing, and facing your fears.
Kyle Prinsloo, Feb 07

21 Steps to Becoming a Successful Web Developer

Kyle Prinsloo discusses the mindset, knowledge and skills required to stand out from the crowd and make a success of your web development career.
Craig Buckler, Feb 02

Take the Pain Out of Form-Building with JotForm 4.0

Craig Buckler looks at JotForm 4.0, a tool that enables people without a technical background to build advanced, beautiful forms.
Design & UX
John Stevens, Feb 01

6 Email Hacks Guaranteed to Boost Results from Your Email Efforts

According to the Direct Marketing Association, you can expect an ROI of $38 for every $1 you spend on email marketing. Small tweaks can be big money.
Shaumik Daityari, Jan 31

How to Import Data and Export Results in R

Shaumik explains how to extract data from text files, CSV files and databases, and how to send that data to a web server.
Nitish Kumar, Jan 26

A Step by Step Guide to the Auto-Placement Algorithm in CSS Grid

Nitish Kumar gets close and personal with the workings of the auto-placement algorithm in the CSS Grid Layout module
Angela Molina, Jan 25

Introducing: Chatbots with Our First Mini Course

We’re happy to introduce Mini Courses, it’s a shorter course made for your quick breaks. In 1-hour, we'll show you how to make your first chatbot, for free!
M. David Green, Jan 24

Psychology and Web Development, with Sherry Walling

In this episode, Tim and David are joined by Sherry Walling, a licensed clinical psychologist with a special interest in technology-related issues.
Craig Buckler, Jan 18

What's the Best Programming Language to Learn in 2017?

Reflect on your skill set and career choices. Have you made the right decisions? Are there better options? Should you consider a change?
M. David Green, Jan 17

Scrum Rituals: Daily Standup

Zack Wallace, Jan 12

Getting Started with Vagrant on Windows

Zack Wallace goes through how to set up Vagrant, the popular virtual machine software, on a Windows machine.
Design & UX
Luke Hay, Jan 12

How To Really Get To Know Your Users with Analytics

Designers can look at Analytics as tools for marketers and SEO people. Luke shows us how design is about understanding, and understanding is about data.
James Hibbard, Jan 09

Editorial: What Do You Want to Learn in 2017?

In the first editorial of 2017, James Hibbard outlines one of his learning goals for the coming year and wants to know  - what are yours? 
Louis Lazaris, Jan 06

Introducing the HTML5 Herald Sample Site

The following is an extract from our book, HTML5 & CSS3 for the Real World, 2nd Edition, written by Alexis Goldstein, Louis Lazaris, and Estelle Weyl.
Craig Buckler, Jan 04

10 Web Predictions for 2017

Despite previous annual disasters, Craig is back with forecasts of the hottest trends in web technology for 2017.
Mike Canarelli, Dec 20

Google's Interstitial Ad Penalty and Its Effect on Mobile Marketers

Last year, Google put digital marketers on notice that a deep freeze was coming for interstitial ads. Now, the search giant has officially put them out in the cold, a move that will open opportunities for marketers willing to create a better mobile experience for consumers. Starting January 10, 2017, Google will institute what some observers are calling a “pop-up penalty,” targeting ads that hide or gray-out most or all of a mobile screen. Websites displaying the intrusive advertisements on mobile devices may not rank as highly in search results. It’s a change that will leave a significant footprint; mobile use drives about 56 percent of consumer traffic to top U.S. websites, according to SimilarWeb’s State of Mobile Web in the U.S. 2015 report. The move isn’t exactly a surprise; in 2015, the search engine giant announced it would penalize websites that displayed interstitial ads prompting users to download an app. Soon after, Apple gave Safari users the ability to install ad blocker apps that would stop interstitials on iPhones and iPads. It’s important to note that Google will penalize a website in mobile search results only, which seems appropriate given the challenge of navigating the intrusive ads on screens as small as 4.5 inches versus ads viewed on a laptop or desktop. What’s more, interstitial advertising remains one of many signals the search engine uses to assess ranking. However, don’t expect these mobile pop-ups to disappear completely. If you’re a company using them for age verification, cookie usage, or paywall logins, Google won’t ding you in search results. It also won’t impose a penalty if your business displays mobile banners that are easy to dismiss and don’t take up a large amount of screen space.
M. David Green, Dec 20

CSS Preprocessors and Font-end Development, with Guy Routledge

In this episode, David and Tim are joined by Guy Routledge, a front-end developer, teacher, and presenter of SitePoint’s AtoZ CSS video series.
Jesse Novotny, Dec 19

Setting Up an Angular SPA on Rails with Devise and Bootstrap

Jesse Novotny provides a walkthrough for setting up an Angular single page app on Rails with Devise and Bootstrap.
Josh Hirshfeld, Dec 19

6 Ways Learning to Code Will Make You More Effective in Any Role

It's becoming increasingly important for non-technical employees to have some level of technical skill. We look at six ways coding skills will help you.
M. David Green, Dec 16

A Brief Introduction to Scrum

Louis Lazaris, Dec 15

Introducing HTML5

Chris Burgess, Dec 14

Introducing SitePoint Base Theme for WordPress

Chris Burgess introduces SitePoint's minimal, clean, simple, lightweight, responsive and open source WordPress base theme.
Asha Laxmi, Dec 14

Create Stunning Image Effects with CSS Backdrop-filter

Asha Laxmi shows how to use the new backdrop-filter CSS property to create stunning visual effects directly in the browser.
Michael Grogan, Dec 09

How To Create a Twitter App and API Interface Via Python

Michael explains how to use a Python API to connect to Twitter, and download tweets, follower lists, multiple tweets at once, and customize searches.