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Three Kick-Ass Web Developer Tutorials

August 26, 2010 • By

Sometimes to get your development juices flowing you just need a meaty project or an in-depth tutorial that you can sink your teeth into and lose yourself for a few hours in coding bliss. And that’s what we have for you today, three tutorials that will satisfy your code craving! They are not only roll-up-your-sleeves and put-on-a-pot-of-coffee good but they will also introduce you to some of the latest CSS3, HTML5 and jQuery techniques.



Using PHP Show Different Content to Visitors From a Specific Country

August 13, 2010 • By

Our topic for today’s Design Reviver Answers news round-up is a question that was recently asked on PHP. And to be more specific the question was How Do I Show Different Content to Visitors From a Specific Country Using PHP?

Do you have an alternative solution, maybe a fresher technique? You can leave your comment below, or you can leave a your answer on the original question on Answers here


Tips, Tutorials

Round-Up of Fresh jQuery Tutorials

August 12, 2010 • By

There really is no limit to what can be achieved with jQuery. And when it is in the right hands those limits are challenged all the time, constantly pushing back its seemingly endless boundaries by developing fresh and creative techniques. In this design news round-up we have collected our favorite recent jQuery tutorials.


Articles, Tips

Troubles When Developing With AJAX

July 23, 2010 • By

For those that are not familiar with AJAX, the word is an acronym for Asynchronous JavaScript + XML. AJAX is not new to the scene. In fact, even the newest advances in AJAX are at least five years old. Yet AJAX is becoming the buzz word in developing. AJAX is a very powerful technology that allows you to build a website with incredible functionality without users having to refresh the web page they are on. However, there are some “bumps” in the road when trying to utilize AJAX.READ MORE


Fresh jQuery and CSS3 Tutorials

July 6, 2010 • By

Today’s news is a refreshing look at some of the most recent jQuery tutorials and techniques. Accompanied with the recent popularity of CSS3, some of these new techniques are groundbreaking and others simply take a fresh look at older design techniques.



Fresh jQuery Resources

June 22, 2010 • By

In today’s news round-up we have collected some of the best and freshest jQuery resources. You’ll find some useful and powerful plugins, as well as an update of the jQuery Visual cheat sheet from woorkup and there is also a very detailed and comprehensive online jQuery training manual, that is called jQuery Fundamentals.



15 Crazy Useful JavaScript Solutions for Charts and Graphs

June 14, 2010 • By

Graphs and charts are a great way to break down the information at hand to the user in a descriptive and visually enticing manner. These visual structures allow you to easily simplify complex data and output easier to understand content. Everyone can use a graph or chart, however, not everyone has the right tools to create an effective one.



4 Fresh jQuery Image and Content Sliders

June 8, 2010 • By

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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