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  • How to Learn
    The Tuts+ Recommended Web Design Reading ListPerw
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    The Tuts+ Web Design Instructors are an opinionated bunch, so I asked them what their favourite design books are. Here’s what they think you should read.Read More…
  • SVG
    How to Use “animateTransform” for Inline SVG AnimationPreview svg
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    Today we’ll be stepping you through the basics of using “animateTransform” to generate inline animations with SVG (scalable vector graphics).Read More…
  • Sketch
    The A to Z of SketchSketch preview
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    This A-Z list breaks down each tool within Sketch, including links to relevant tutorials here on Tuts+ and descriptions of what each tool can do. This list will be continually maintained and updated, so make sure you check back regularly!Read More…
  • Promotion
    Get a Free Year of Learning With Your Hosting Plan400x277 v2
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    Take out a hosting plan with InMotion from 20 October to 31 October and you'll get a free yearly subscription to Tuts+.Read More…
  • Semantic UI
    New Course: Getting Started With Semantic UISemantic
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    Semantic UI is a well-crafted front-end framework with professional features and a robust API. Our new course will guide you from start to finish through the process of building a four-page website with a wide range of user interface (UI) elements, using Semantic UI. By the end of the course, you’ll be well acquainted with all the features and benefits of Semantic UI.Read More…
  • Ghost
    Keeping Up with Ghost 0.5Preview2
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    The latest Ghost release provides a platform full of improvements and great signs of future potential, but practical customization is still limited to theming.Read More…
  • HTML5
    Introducing the HTML5 “Menu” and “Menuitem” ElementsMenu
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    Today I’m going to introduce you to two elements: and , part of the Interactive Elements specification. The web has evolved into something more than just linked documents; pages behave increasingly these days like apps. As such, it’s an appropriate time to form standard web interactivity features.Read More…
  • Interviews
    A Quick Chat With Val HeadVal head
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    Val Head (event organiser, book author, CSS animation meister) will be taking to the stage in November to speak at FOWD New York City. I recently spent ten minutes chatting with her to find out what people can expect from her presentation.Read More…
  • Industry
    Notes From Behind the Firewall: The State of Web Design in ChinaChina
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    As more Western-based companies turn one eye towards the Chinese market, I get asked a lot of questions about the complications of designing a website for the Chinese market, and the technicalities of doing online business in China. In this article I’ll address those most commonly asked.Read More…
  • Sass
    How to Use Sass to Build One Project With Multiple ThemesPre
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    One situation in particular where Sass has helped me out is in creating a single solid frontend which can have different themes - changing colors, images or the fonts with ease. Today I’m going to describe my workflow, I hope you take something useful away from it.Read More…
  • Sketch
    Understanding Sketch’s Export OptionsPreview
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    Exporting assets from your designs is a common task. You start by creating and preparing your graphics, then you choose the export format, set its properties and you’re done. The export tools in Sketch 3 are among its best features. In fact, Sketch 3 helps us export content in so many different ways that I’m convinced you’re going to improve your workflow by reading this article.Read More…
  • Stylus
    Six Awesome Things You Can Do with Kouto Swiss for StylusPreview
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    Kouto Swiss is a fantastic new mixin library for the CSS preprocessor Stylus, created by developers Pierre-Antoine Delnatte and Thierry Lagasse of KRKN. It aims to be the standard toolkit that Stylus developers turn to, and after taking a good look through its array of functionality I can say it would certainly be worthy of that role.Read More…
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  • Rwd nav

    Welcome to a series exploring a number of responsive navigation patterns. During these four tutorials we'll look into how to develop them yourself, rather than leaning on a copy-paste approach. Everything from top nav bars, through select dropdowns and footer patterns, to off-canvas navigation will be examined.

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  • Nucleus

    2014 has witnessed some grand changes made to Adobe Muse; the web design application for Graphic Designers. It's seen an improved interface, greater integration with other Adobe services and all this has helped its vibrant community grow even stronger. We've featured Adobe Muse in several ways recently, and there's more to come!

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  • Preview html

    In your day-to-day HTML coding you'll undoubtedly use <div> elements, hopefully even <section>, <aside> and <article> tags where more appropriate. You'll describe semantic relationships between headings using <h1> through to <h6>. Your form inputs are probably of the correct type, dictating whether entered data should be a valid email address, or number - but there are loads of obscure HTML tags and attributes which you might not be familiar with. Some are simple, others are still in development and the occasional one is just downright weird! This collection of tutorials and quick tips will get you up to speed with some of the more unusual HTML tags.

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