A simple li'l plugin that lets you make site content easily tweetable.
Inspired (and by inspired I mean I stole this) from a recent New York Times article doing the exact same thing.
A jQuery plugin that helps you serve different content to different devices.
Responsive Content is used to load content that is appropriate to the current device's screen size. It is typically used alongside Responsive Design techniques. Note however that Responsive Design and Responsive Content act on different levels: given a particular screen width, the former applies a particular styling to the same content - whereas the latter actually loads different content. It can be used subtly - for example to cause smaller images to be loaded on smaller devices - or to deliver radically different content to different screen widths or device capabilities.
Do you sell a product or service online? Even if it’s Website Design and Website Development services, that counts. Anyone who is trying to sell a product or service online needs to include creating optimized landing pages as a key strategy in converting web traffic into paying customers.
Inbound links from other websites is a HUGE piece of executing a successful search engine optimization strategy. Taking those inbound links to the next level however is where some people can do better. Now this may not make sense for all of our inbound links, but for some of them you should absolutely consider creating a custom landing page that those links drive traffic to. In this article we are going to explain what landing pages are, how they are used, what the benefits of landing pages are, and divulge some tips for creating successful landing pages.
For some time now, we’ve been using various technologies to edit and store text within a web browser. Now with the contenteditable attribute, things have got a whole lot easier. In this article, I’ll tell you what this attribute is for, how it works, and how we can take things further.
When a user wants to change some information on a webpage it's often very jarring to ask them to go to another form to edit the content. Users find it difficult to understand how the changes they make on a form will effect the resultant page.
Therefore it's become common practice to allow users to edit the content in place. It's easy enough to do this by switching out content areas with Form Fields however HTML5 offers us another solution called contenteditable. It's not a particularly new feature, having been in IE since version 5.5 but its addition to the HTML5 specification and now broad support means that you can confidently use it on your website .
WYSIHTML5, habilement nommé d’après l’acronyme bien connu pour « what you see is what you get » (WYSIWYG), traduit littéralement en français « ce que vous voyez est ce que vous obtenez », est un éditeur de texte riche Open Source basé sur le langage HTML5 et l’approche de l’amélioration progressive, qui est une manière de concevoir un site Web qui prend très largement en compte l’accessibilité, la sémantique et le référencement.