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CSS Pseudo-elements

Posted: 21 May 2014, Category: Coding

CSS pseudo elements

If you write HTML and CSS code or are interested in the latest web technologies you have probably heard of CSS pseudo-elements.

I... CONTINUE READING →

Tips for creating HTML email

Posted: 04 March 2014, Category: Email

Creating email newsletter can be very tricky, sometimes impossible. Thankfully there are many email frameworks available to get you started.

But still, having the tool doesn’t safeguard you against different email clients’ quirks, so if you're going to make a HTML email , here are so... CONTINUE READING →

Transferring WordPress from localhost to live web server

Posted: 09 November 2013, Category: WordPress

Every time I create WordPress website I always use localhost as I find it the best solution when developing WordPress website as updating changes on live web server is so time consuming.

But migrating WordPress from localhost to live web server can be tricky and I always have to look i... CONTINUE READING →

High speed development with Emmet coding

Posted: 24 September 2013, Category: Coding

RubyMine, Dreamweaver, Notepad++ and vast majority of other text editors used for web development purposes support or already have integrated functionality called Emmet coding also known as Zen coding

This blog post will describe how to use Emmet cod... CONTINUE READING →

Host your website with GitHub

Posted: 25 August 2013, Category: Coding

Did you know that GitHub is capable to host a simple website for free, well I didn't but I found it interesting enough to write a blog post about it.

That's right, if you have simple website containing HTML, CSS and JavaSript, GitHub will happily host your website for free.

Git... CONTINUE READING →

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(about 15 hours ago)
Flexbox Froggy - A game for learning CSS flexbox https://t.co/slg5lOExcO via @playcodepip


(about 16 hours ago)
Want to start playing with flexbox? https://t.co/4NT4HoCkNk is pretty cool to start with. Thank to @ChanningAllen


(5 days ago)
Error Tracking with Errbit https://t.co/a3fAPzElFM


(6 days ago)
How to use cron in Linux https://t.co/YlaC1E64FG via @opensourceway by @LinuxGeek46


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