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  1. Database relations in Pages is a very powerful way to bring content from different databases into entries of ther databases. In this example I will show you how I added the People in project area in My Projects. Creating the Database I started by creating a new database called "People Profiles". It will be a database just to hold the data as it will not be publicly presented anywhere outside of the My Projects area. just to make it easier to work with I created a page and added the database to it. I also made the page available only to me so I can use it, but it will not be visi
  2. Database relations in Pages is a very powerful way to bring content from different databases into entries of ther databases. In this example I will show you how I added the People in project area in My Projects. Creating the Database I started by creating a new database called "People Profiles". It will be a database just to hold the data as it will not be publicly presented anywhere outside of the My Projects area. just to make it easier to work with I created a page and added the database to it. I also made the page available only to me so I can use it, but it will not be visi
  3. Victor Aflarenko

    Victor Aflarenko

    Hi! I'm Victor Aflarenko, a Swedish guy who is very passionate about music and graphic design. I love what I do, this is my passion. My inspiration comes from everything between music and buss rides.
  4. MikaelX

    Mikael X Johansson

    I am a very driven developer with a wide spectrum of knowledge and I like to take part in the whole process of the product. Great knowledge in NodeJS, Express, GIT, Jade/Pug, Sass/CSS, MySQL, XML, CSS, HTML, jQuery, xAuth, Facebook, Twitter, routing, prototyping just to mention a few Specialties: NodeJS, Express, PM2, Routing, Plugins, NPM, Bower, mySQL, XML, HTML, SASS/CSS, JS/ES2016, Gulp, Vagrant etc, please ask me for more details if you're interested
  5. My assignment was to create a new design for a political community called TheLeft. The design would then be implemented using HTML and CSS. The community also needed custom content blocks using Invision Communities Pages module. I created a new structure for that and added blocks for hero banners and other blocks need to create the desired design. I also configured Invision Community and built the structure of information to make it a complete community experience.
  6. In this article, we suggest you to get acquainted with the free editor of web languages - CodeLobster IDE. It is presented on the software market for a long time already, and it wins a lot of fans. CodeLobster IDE allows you to edit PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and TypeScript files, it highlights the syntax and gives hints for tags, functions and their parameters. This editor easily deals with those files that contain a mixed content. If you insert PHP code in your HTML template, then the editor correctly highlights both HTML tags and PHP functions. The same applies to CSS and JavaSc
  7. In this article, we suggest you to get acquainted with the free editor of web languages - CodeLobster IDE. It is presented on the software market for a long time already, and it wins a lot of fans. CodeLobster IDE allows you to edit PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and TypeScript files, it highlights the syntax and gives hints for tags, functions and their parameters. This editor easily deals with those files that contain a mixed content. If you insert PHP code in your HTML template, then the editor correctly highlights both HTML tags and PHP functions. The same applies to CSS and JavaSc
  8. One of the best ways to learn is to find fun designs on existing websites and to try and recreate them, so with that in mind, we're taking the animated card design from the Top Games section over at https://popdog.com and seeing if we can recreate it with only HTML and CSS! /// Timestamps 00:00 - Introduction 01:17 - Overview 02:18 - HTML 13:57 - CSS basic setup 15:35 - styling the front 28:24 - front and background hover 38:15 - animating the game name 42:43 - the rank 46:33 - styling the back 60:14 - fixing the spacing 65:31 - fade-up and in for the back
  9. In this video we look at how to make a fully responsive card with HTML and CSS, with a big helping hand from flexbox!
  10. Going over requirements and making time estimations and technical solutions for the front end part of the project.
  11. Adobe Edge Code, baserad på open source projektet Brackets, är en fantastisk editor som verkligen får min kreativitet att gå i taket. Med en enkelhet som är uppfriskande över klumpiga system som Eclipse och funktioner som gör att jag kan se min kod i realtid på flera enheter samtidigt så kan jag ärligen säga att jag älskar den lilla editorn som ännu knappt tagit sina första steg. Det var ett tag sedan jag först såg den första glimten av Adobe Edge Code och Brackets och redan då så var jag imponerad. En editor som är så snabb, enkel och anpassningsbar var helt enkelt förbluffande. Jag har s
  12. Adobe har kommit ut med ett nytt spännande verktyg som dom kallar Muse. Muse är en slags korsning mellan Dreamweaver och InDesign som ger användaren möjlighet att skapa webbplatser utan att skriva någon kod alls. Lite spännande tycker jag, även om jag fortfarande föredrar att skriva min HTML och CSS själv...
  13. HTML 5 är på frammarsch ordentligt och är du som jag van vid den strikta XHTML syntaxen så gissar jag att du också rullar med ögonen över HTML5's luddiga och ibland snudd på obegripliga standard, men visst finns det potential?! HTML5 känns väldigt influerad av Internet Explorer och Microsoft med sina lösa regler och den där hopplösa "man kan göra lite som man vill" mentaliteten, något som förmodligen var XHTML's stora fördel när det petade ner HTML4.1 från tronen och skapade lite ordning i kodträsket. Nu är vi på väg tillbaka till ett mer avslappnat och förlåtande HTML som jag är inte helt
  14. Varje dag som går är en dag närmare ett slarvigare och mer oorganiserat Internet, samtidigt som den semantiska webben är på frammarsch. Med HTML5 så överger vi, i mångt och mycket, den organiserade webben som XHTML tvingade fram. HTML5 är som HTML4 ganska förlåtande när det gäller konstruktionen av markup. Det betyder att vi kan skriva en hel uppsjö av olika markups i samma dokument och det ska ändå fungera. Öppna och stängda taggar kommer att mixas med stora och små bokstäver som kan få en epileptiker att hamna i koma. Jag vet, jag har sett det förut och det var inte vackert. XHTML
  15. Internet Explorer 9 släpptes idag på morgonen och när andra webbplatser listar upp nya funktioner så undrar jag som webbdesigner bara en sak: hur jävla illa blir det nu? Internet Explorer har länge varit den webbläsare som krävt flest kreativa lösningar i form av CSS hack och extra CSS filer för att få en webbplats att visas som det är tänkt. Att bara nämna IE6 i närheten av en kreativ webbdesigner är som att smeta senap i röven på en rakad iller och reaktionen är ungefär likvärdiga. Nu vill till och med Microsoft att skiten ska begravas och frågan är om IE9 kan skapa lite ordning bland web
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