If Architects Had To Work Like Web Designers

Dear Mr. Architect: Please design and build me a house. I am not quite sure of what I need, so you should use your discretion. My house should have somewhere between two and forty-five bedrooms. Just make sure the plans are such that the bedrooms can be easily added or deleted…

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A Handy Little CSS Cheat Sheet

Great for CSS newbies, especially the diagram on the box model. A good reference while you get your style feet off the ground.

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A Cool CSS Effect to Dim the Screen

A very simple tutorial on how to create an attractive dashboard-like dimmer for your webpage and draw your user’s attention to a certain object. Very cool web effect.

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AJAX Tutorials – A comprehensive List (over 130 listings)

A comprehensive list (over 130) of tutorials on AJAX, JavaScript and other web development topics.

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Very well done on-demand independent film site.

These guys just launched last week and they have a whole bunch of free full-length flash movies that feature independent films.

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Breakdown of the ideal web design process

A detailed breakdown and analysis of the web design process. Includes things such as know what you are doing, know the needs, what the visitor wants, personality and style…

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Mastering Ajax, Part 4: Exploiting DOM for Web response

“The great divide between programmers (who work with back-end applications) and Web programmers (who spend their time writing HTML, CSS, and JavaScript) is long standing. However, the Document Object Model (DOM) bridges the chasm and makes working with both XML on the back end and HTML on the front end possible and an effective tool.”

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How to Convince a Client They Don’t Need a Splash Page

Many clients love splash pages (especially flash intros), this article provides a list of effective arguments to use when talking a client out of the splash page death knell.

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How to convince a client their site doesn’t need background music

“As a professional web developer with a few too many years of implementing ridiculous requests, I’ve acquired quite a knack for convincing a client that background music is a bad idea. This article contains 9 arguments I use to achieve that goal.”

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Top 126 Ajax Tutorials

Heres a list of the top 126 Ajax tutorials out there. They are organized into a wide range of categories from Getting Started to Shopping Carts. Everything you need regarding Ajax is right here.

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