Archive for August, 2009

Start Auto Publish Your Twitter Tweets with WordPress Posts

Monday, August 31, 2009 0:22 No Comments

Recently on our Twitter Account, we were asked a question about how to create new WordPress Posts from Twitter Tweets therefore we have decided to write this article to answer this question for all WPBeginner audience. We are going to use a plugin called Twitter Tools by Alex King to auto publish twitter tweets as […]

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Best Collection of Incredible Examples of Battle Art

Sunday, August 30, 2009 23:52 1 Comment

The images are extremely dynamic and full of motion and are sure to bring back memories of similar types of movies or video games. Even when the image represented is not threatening, pay attention at how the slightest detail can represent a silent gesture towards hostility or unforeseen violence. Here are 50 incredible examples of […]

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Beautiful Jquery Plugin, Moving Boxes Carousel with jQuery

Tuesday, August 25, 2009 1:45 No Comments

Many of the concepts presented in classic carousel tutorials are the same, so this tutorial will not throw a lot of source code at you. The big difference here is that there are buttons to change panels and the panels zoom in and out.

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Send Custom HTTP requests & View the response. Free web tool: hurl.

Monday, August 24, 2009 22:41 No Comments

hurl is a free web-based application which enables users to send custom HTTP requests & view the responses. It can seem unfunctional at first but for anyone who is working with APIs, the service is a great time-saver to easily see the responses & develop accordingly. It is possible to add any number of headers […]

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Learn How To Use Pure CSS To Style Web Form Dynamically.

Monday, August 24, 2009 22:30 No Comments

Web application interface designs have evolved over the years, from the default browser style to having rich colour palettes design and dimensional background images. We have to thank the adoption of web standards and advanced CSS techniques for such improvements. Normal default web form elements look ugly and unprofessional. Nowadays, as web design require every […]

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Make Mega drop-down Using Jquery, Best for designers & developers.

Sunday, August 23, 2009 23:22 1 Comment

Mega drop-down menus are not actually new, but more and more we see them on popular websites and blogs. With the ever increasing quantity of content on the web we have to figure out solutions to display content and navigation but still keep everything usable and provide a good user experience. It’s no wonder mega […]

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