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So... you want to be a web developer?

I had the most interesting conversation with one of my friends the other day. Adam: "Whew... finally finished with my latest web project!" Friend (in awe): "Whoa! That's awesome! How did you make that?" Now, of course, this project of mine was a full-fledged ASP.NET web application; a simple question like "how did you make that" could easily end up with me not only explaining what I did, but how...

Flipping the Linux switch: Linux web tools, Pt. 3 - Intro to HTML editors

An XHTML editor is a lot like a teacup dog breed or a designer pig. Okay, so they don't tremble incessantly or have the tendency to pee in the corner of your living room. They are really just highly specialized, souped-up versions of something else. Chihuahuas are pack animals, just like wolves. Potbellied pigs know instinctively how to root around for tasty things, as do wild boars. And XHTML...

Flipping the Linux switch: Linux web tools and HTML editors, Pt. 1

In many ways, I'm pretty old school. When I learned HTML, I painstakingly handcoded my pages in the esteemed Notepad. Only when I became a master of HTML-fu did I allow myself to try Dreamweaver. (Okay, fine, the ability to buy a license with educational pricing may have had a lot to do with it, too.) I loved Dreamweaver. One of the things that always made me a little sad when I first tried Linux...

htmlPlayground: learn and test HTML and CSS

htmlPlayground is a helpful reference for web developers of any skill level. It provides an easy way to generate, test, and learn about HTML and CSS syntax. Simply select your reference (HTML tags, attributes, or CSS properties), and then select an item like "blockquote." htmlPlayground will then display a description of the item (to explain what it's used for), an example code snippet that is...

Creating corners in CSS the easy way, with Spiffy Box

There are easy ways to create webpage layouts, and there are hard ways. Spiffy Box is one of the easy ways to add a little spice to your website using CSS. Spiffy Box was originally created as Spiffy Corners, a web based way to easily create and grab custom CSS and HTML code for rounded corner web content boxes without using images or JavaScript. It eventually moved on to its current user friendly...

Crazy Egg website visualizer

There is nothing I love more than my favorite morning breakfast food (procured from the back-end of a chicken) sizzling in the pan mumbling incoherently and frothing at the yoke. This is exactly how Crazy Egg isn't. This visualization tool for your website will show you several important things about how, how often, where, and on what your guests are clicking on. There are three modes (screenshots...

Real-time HTML editor helps coding and learning

Anyone who has hand-coded HTML (I know, oldskool) has wished for a tool like this real-time HTML editor, though regrettably the days of hardcore hand-coding HTML are pretty much over. I still code HTML in my free time just for the tactile feel of simple code beneath my fingers and remembering the old day before things got easy. Real-time HTML Editor puts your code into practice as soon as (and...

Top 20 web development links of 2005

Alessandro Fulciniti at Web-Graphics has collected his top 20 bookmarks of 2005. They're all, of course, web development links with a focus on CSS and JavaScript with some design, typography, AJAX, and search engine optimization thrown in. Every one is a must-read for anyone doing web development in 2006....