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    In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple login screen using Sketch 3.Read More…
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    Recently I found myself playing about on the snap.svg site (take a look if you haven't used it yourself yet). It has a really nice SVG polygon background on the header, which weighs in at a meagre 2.2Kb. I decided to try and make it smaller.Read More…
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    New Features and a New Look for SassDocSass thumb
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    A couple of weeks ago, I introduced SassDoc at SitePoint while it was still in an early development phase. Since then, we have released no less than one major and two minor versions, respectively: 1.0.0, 1.1.0 and 1.2.0. We've shipped quite a number of features in doing so, so I thought it would be a good idea to introduce them.Read More…
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    If you haven't watched Star Wars yet, as soon as you finish this article, go watch it. All of it. (Make sure you come back and let us know if you prefer IV-VI, or I-III.)Read More…
  • Magento
    An Introduction to Magento Design Terminology and ConceptsMagento
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    Are you a Magento beginner? Want to create theme of your own? If so, this article is written specifically for you. In order to start with Magento theme design and customization, it is very important that you have a strong understanding of Magento design terminology and the basic concepts which are strictly followed by Magento's front-end.Read More…
  • CSS
    7 Non-raster Approaches for Making the “Hamburger” Menu IconPreview
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    We're going to look at seven different approaches to creating the infamous “Hamburger” menu icon, without raster images. The challenge is to reduce HTTP requests, create infinitely scaleable icons for high density displays and have the power to style them with CSS. You might be surprised by the winning method.Read More…
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    We're excited to announce that Tuts+ is currently looking for a copy editor to join our team. If you've got a love for language and written word, excellent communication skills, and a passion for teaching, this might be the job for you!Read More…
  • Web Development
    Help Me Switch to a MacSwitch to mac
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    For the last three and a half years, I've used a Windows-based PC for my work, but now that I'm starting a new gig, I'm switching to a brand spanking new MacBook Pro. The thing is that I haven't used OS X regularly since 2010 so I'm going to need some recommendations and help to get my new computer setup for web development.Read More…
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    Getting Started With Amazon Simple Email Service (SES)Awws preview
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    In this tutorial I am going to talk about Amazon’s Simple Email Service (SES) and go over a few ways you can utilise it.Read More…
  • Adobe Muse
    Quickly Create a Website With Adobe Muse CC 2014 Preview mues 2
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    In this tutorial I will quickly show you how you can build a website using Adobe Muse CC.Read More…
  • HTML
    Quick Tip: Consider Wrapping Your Code With a “figure” ElementPreview figure
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    The "figure" tag was introduced with HTML5 quite some time ago, though you may still be unfamiliar with what it does, or how it can be used in lots of different situations. In this tutorial, you'll learn the difference between "figure" and other comparable tags, and how you can begin using it to enhance the way you group items in your markup.Read More…
  • jQuery
    Quick Tip: Sticky Navigation, Without the Awkward JumpWaypoints
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    In this quick tutorial we're going to use jQuery and make a simple sticky navigation. With that done, we'll improve on our efforts by using jQuery Waypoints to make the effect smoother.Read More…
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