When visitors take their first glance at your theme, the colors you choose instantly send a subconscious message to them about your page. Fortunately, there are plenty of tools to help you choose the right scheme. Here are five of the best color tools available to web designers today.
Apprise is a very simple, fast, attractive, and unobtrusive way to communicate with your users. Also, this gives you complete control over style, content, position, and functionality. Apprise is, more or less, for the developer who wants an attractive alert or dialog box without having to download a massive UI framework.
I’ve decided to put the things I’ve learned in a sort of a template for creating jQuery plugins. So, here it is, a boilerplate for kick-starting jQuery plugin development! Another helpful link on creating jQuery plugins which outlines the basics, best practices, and common pitfalls to watch out for as you begin writing your plugin can be found at http://docs.jquery.com/Plugins/Authoring
Nice 2 minute video on using table attributes correctly for accessibility. Yahoo! Sports has very detailed statistics tables. The site has carefully used semantic markup to make the tables easy for screen reader users to navigate the data. This video introduces these HTML tags and attributes.
Hate writing vendor prefixes for all browsers? Just let CSSPrefixer do it for you!
Here is the harsh reality of e-commerce websites: according to recent e-commerce studies, at least 59.8% of potential customers abandon their shopping cart. Why do customers abandon their shopping cart so often? Is there some fundamental mistake that designers of e-commerce websites do very often? Are there any common guidelines or rules of thumbs that make it more difficult for our users?