Knowing what you now know about web design, if you could go back to when you first started out, what would you choose to learn first? That was one of the topics discussed this week on Design Reviver Answers and felt it was a good question to open up to our main readers on Design Reviver.

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Everyone has heard of HTML (HyperText Markup Language), its a relatively easy to learn language that allows for the quick creation of web sites. That description is clear, to the point and no one will ever dispute it.

But then, along comes HTML5 to rock the boat a little bit and that description is both vague and very far from the point. So, what is HTML5? HTML5 is HTMLs latest major revision, with a lot of added features and exciting attributes.
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In this photo manipulation tutorial, we’re going to create a beautiful bright summer scene. The colours in this composition would be made vivid and the play of light and transparencies would be necessary to keep the images in the scene nicely blended for the final image. This would be done by employing various selection and colour enhancement techniques such as feathering (soften) and hue adjustments respectively.

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Image and content sliders are everywhere, they are a trend that sprung to life last year with a bang and has escalated to point were seemingly every other new web design project has one. As a result of this popularity there are literally hundreds of jQuery slider plugins and scripts freely available, all will offer slightly different functionality, making it very hard to choose which one best suits you.
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Have you ever visited a site that sells themes and allows you to easily switch between them within a fraction of a second? Most of have, and we can agree that this makes switching between these much quicker and easier. The cool thing about ThemeSwitchers is that any website with a similar function (i.e. switching between color swatches from an online color app) can utilize them through the power of jQuery. Continue Reading →

There are some debates within web design that have always split the community down the middle, everyone has there opinion about them, and both sides in there own way are correct for differing reasons. You know the kind of fiery debates – Fireworks v Photoshop and WordPress, Joomla or Drupal, to name just a couple.
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There is nothing better, nothing more powerful and nothing more popular than the greatest graphic image editor ever that is Photoshop. Photoshop by itself is a pretty useful tool, but when its extended with stylish brushes, beautiful patterns, seamless textures and powerful actions, it is truly an unstoppable tool.

In today’s news we have collected the best free resources to help enhance your next project.

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The challenge for any web designer is to create style sheets that are unique, distinctive and can be replicated in a way that will create brand recognition. To that end, the future of CSS typography is an ever evolving and changing field that is constantly being updated, altered, and manipulated to both meets the growing demands of clients and the challenging demands of the market. Continue Reading →

Web design is anything but easy, at every turn there is always a fresh problem – demanding clients, new technologies to learn, a debuggable bug, fighting with browsers that don’t like you… the list goes on and on.

That is why we always love it and are very grateful when a developer devotes a huge chunk of there time and develops a tool that makes developing that little bit easier. You will find four such tools below.

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