Today, I thought I’d share my most recent Smashing Magazine article about breadcrumb trail best practices and uses; it’s an article that took me a good chunk of time to write, so I thought that you, Six Revisions readers, would be interested in reading it.
When building a website/web application or editing your source code, sometimes all you really need is a trusty text editor. We’d like to know what you think the best text editor is.
There are many applications available to our disposal, but there are some that just stand out from the crowd. The tools in this article are what’s regarded as the most popular tools used for web design.
What follows are ideas by ten professionals from different various spheres of expertise.
Last week you were asked what you thought the best web design tool is. To sweeten the deal, the kind and talented folks over at jumpeyecomponents.com decided to give away five licenses to their wonderful Flash effects component called FlashEff worth $199.00 U.S.D. a pop.
There are plenty of tools out there that can help you ease the burden of checking available domains and suggesting similar names that are related to your searches. In this article, you’ll read about 12 neat web tools that will lend you a hand in finding and choosing domain names.