We’re gonna start a new section here featuring some cool web design resources and articles because everyday the web design community produces an incredible amount of stuff and sometimes we just can’t keep up with everything, or what the heck, we just don’t want to. If you release or publish something during June, feel free to send your own links to resources like icons, PSDs, articles, tutorials and cool web apps using the contact form to be included in next month’s Best Web Design Resources.
Google opened today the +1 button for all the web. Since, of course, this will affect search results, you need to include the +1 button in your site as soon as possible. In this post you will find a plugin for WordPress to include the +1 for posts and pages and a widget to include a +1 button to the base url of your site.
Webkit brought a lot of enhancements to the formerly dull browser based user interfaces, with transform and transition properties being among the most useful for user interaction.
In this tutorial we will learn how to use both to create a product card that flips to reveal more information with a fallback for browsers that don’t support Webkit transitions and transform.
One of the most useful options for a user of a WordPress theme or plugin is to be able to change and stylize the appearance and the colors of the output produced. In this tutorial we will learn how to add a color picker in the settings page of a plugin using the Farbtastic jQuery plugin bundled with WordPress.