jQuery Mobile Cookbook, by Chetan K. Jain

The jQuery Mobile framework is an award winning HTML5/CSS3 open source cross-platform. The jQuery team responded quickly to the challenges raised by the tremendous increase in Web browsing on mobile devices, and started to build this new specialized framework to meet the demand. Chetan Jain’s jQuery Mobile Cookbook, «Quick answers to common problems» as the […]

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A jQuery tip or recommendation fnutt

Would you like to see more fnutts? Show fnutts? The imageholder places and frames images in a nice and pretty way on any web page.The bottom menu fnutt provides some easy extra navigation. Or perhaps you want floated images with captions? Having a set of small “fnutts”, widgets or snippets of code around that can […]

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The Book of GIMP, Oliver LeCarme and Karine Delvare

GIMP is an outstanding, feature-rich photo (or image) editing program. Oddly enough, there are people who don’t know GIMP, even people who have paid large sums of money for a more famous photo editor – and that, I may add, almost makes me sad. The reason is that GIMP – which actually stands for «GNU […]

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Ubuntu Unleashed – 2013 Edition, Covering 12.10 and 13.04 (8th Edition), by Matthew Helmke

Ubuntu is one of the most popular Linux distributions. Perhaps more important for me: It the distribution I use, both on the server where I host this blog and on my work PC where I host my test server with Ubuntu and Apache. And – what can I say – it simply is a great […]

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jQuery Mobile: First Look, by Giulio Bai

Mobile Web site development is very hot. And also, of course, the techniques for building responsive web sites that display equally well on smartphones as they do on desktop screens. Good techniques for doing this in a professional, web standards fashion, have emerged over the last two, three years. But even so this is still […]

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The Linux Command Line, by William E. Shotts, Jr.

Over the last 10 or so years, I have done most of my work on Windows machines. However, more and more I have also used Linux based machines. Partly because that is the operating system on my server, and partly because I run a local development server on a Linux machine (I use Ubuntu), and […]

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Small navigation line – bottom menu “fnutt”

Web site navigation is important. A good, well designed web site navigation system can increase the numbers of pages viewed by each visitor. This in turn can increase signups, customers, sales, members or whatever it is your site is designed to do and make your website more successful.–Why Good Website Navigation Is Important A number […]

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Professional Website Performance, by Peter Smith

Web site performance has become an increasingly important issue over the last few years. Part of the reason is the push for a faster web by actors like Yahoo and Google – including Google’s somewhat problematic statement that web site speed was to be a determinant among many in sites’ Google ranking. Even more important […]

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