Articles, Blogposts, Tutorials etc that inspires UI Developers, Designers are posted here via members. via link submit. Once we approve the links, its shown here.
10 Useful jQuery Form Validation Techniques and Tutorials The purpose of web form validation is to ensure that the user is provided with the necessary information and help so that they can fill out and complete an online form with the minimum amount of fuss and time.
Easier said than done!
Webapps for Touch Devices In the last two years the rapid growth and diffusion of touch devices such as iOS or Android based platforms has forced developers and web designers to rethink the model of their own webapps for the new “touch experience” introduced by the iPhone in 2007.
Advanced Calendar Plugins For WordPress Each plugin serves a unique purpose and can be customized to your specific needs so read carefully and maybe you will make your blog even more handier and powerful with simple use of plugin!
Show Time: 30 jQuery Calendar Date Picker Plugins I would consider these date pickers as frameworks with great functionality, but most of them require modifying and some styling, but I think it’s really acceptable since each project needs it’s own design and you should change style of calendar plugin too. These plugins will help you and your visitors keep track what’s happening in specific project and help to organize time!
24 ways - web design and development articles and tutorials for advent Ben Bodien fosters seasonal goodwill with his sparkling vision of web workers as dedicated craftspeople: understanding and sharpening the tools of our trade; appreciating the challenges, nuances and responsibilities of our craft; and instinctively knowing when something just works.
Change style depending on User Browser in WordPress In wordpress it is possible to change the body tag class to something depending on the browser the user is on.
This is done by using a hook with a filter to add extra classes to the array for the body class.
Which Browsers Support HTML5? All the buzz these days when seems to be about HTML5. Web designers and techies everywhere have very strong feelings about HTML5 and either love it or hate it depending on who you talk to.
CSS Sprites: Image Slicing’s Kiss of Death Back when video games were still fun (we’re talking about the 8-bit glory days here), graphics were a much simpler matter by necessity. Bitmapped 2-dimensional character data and background scenery was individually drawn, much like today’s resurgent pixel art. Hundreds and later thousands of small graphics called sprites were the building blocks for all things visual in a game.