12 Essential Security Tips and Hacks for WordPress

Jul 13 2009 by Syed Balkhi | 59 Comments

WordPress is a great publishing platform, but it isn’t immune to all the potential attacks from hackers, spammers, and other ill-intentioned attackers trying to compromise the security of your WordPress installation.

12 Essential Security Tips and Hacks for WordPress

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30 Light and Sleek Web Designs for Inspiration

Jul 12 2009 by Jacob Gube | 35 Comments

The creative utilization of color gradients, lighting effects, glow effects, and details such as inset pixel dividers can result into a beautiful and impressive website design. When deciding on a color theme, designers often choose whether they’d like to use a dark or a light palette; in this showcase, you’ll get to see light and bright designs.

This collection presents exemplary and gorgeous examples of light, bright and sleek web designs for your design inspiration.

X3 Studios

X3 Studios

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How to Debug PHP Using Firefox with FirePHP

Jul 11 2009 by Nuno Franco da Costa | 45 Comments

Typically, there are two main ways of debugging server-side code: you can utilize an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with a built-in debugger or log and perform your debugging processes in a web browser.

How to Debug PHP Using Firefox with FirePHP

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12 Free & High Quality Burnt Paper Textures

Jul 10 2009 by JC Parmley | 14 Comments

12 Free & High Quality Burnt Paper Textures

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Announcement: Daylite 3 + Daylite Touch Winners

Jul 10 2009 by Jacob Gube | 3 Comments

Announcement: Daylite 3 + Daylite Touch Winners

Last week, Six Revisions and Marketcircle announced a giveaway of three packages of the Daylite 3 productivity suite bundled with the Daylite Touch. There were over 100 participants and it was a pleasure to read all of your responses! Without further ado, in this post, we announce the three lucky winners.

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Coding a Clean & Illustrative Web Design from Scratch

Jul 9 2009 by Richard Carpenter | 80 Comments

Coding a Clean & Illustrative Web Design from Scratch

In this comprehensive and step-by-step web development tutorial, you will learn how to convert a Photoshop mockup of a professional web layout design that features an illustrative landscape header into a standards-compliant XHTML/CSS template.

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14 Brilliant Tools for Evaluating Your Design’s Colors

Jul 8 2009 by Jacob Gube | 20 Comments

Making sure that you choose the appropriate colors for a design is very important for readability. In addition, ensuring that the colors you select are viewable by persons with vision deficiencies such as color blindness is a good practice to follow when thinking about web accessibility.

In this article, you’ll read about excellent free tools for checking to see if the colors you are using are consistent with standard color contrast, brightness, readability, and accessibility best practices.

1. Check My Colours

Check My Colours

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