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Best Of October – 10 web development articles and tutorials

I handpicked 10 webdev articles and tutorials that caught my attention during the month of October. I really enjoyed reading them (and watching) and i hope you will enjoy and learn too.

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Making A Cool Login System With PHP, MySQL & jQuery


Create a Simple Infinite Carousel with jQuery


CSS Sprites: What They Are, Why They’re Cool, and How To Use Them


The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Design and Converting it to HTML and CSS


Making a Google Wave History Slider


5 Techniques to Style Buttons using Images and CSS


Learn how to Create a Retro Animated Flip-Down Clock


8 different ways to beautifully style your lists


10 Useful WordPress Coding Techniques


Organic Tabs


That’s it

Hope you will enjoy this amazing tutorials and learn something new from them. I know i did :)

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  • Great articles, i do have one suggestion though… the “Visit The Article” links should be larger (more clickable area, add padding to the ahrefs)


  • Didn’t expect to see Wordpress on the list but it’s great to see such a small open-source platform growing so quickly. Wordpress really has made many people hundreds of thousands of dollars just from starting a blog, and they have so many resources it’s not hard to just sit down and pick up, either.

  • @angel – Will see what i can do

    @Inside the Webb – Well it cuts down the website programming time, and it’s quite easy to modify + many many ready made themes and all sort of plugins. TutsValley runs on Wordpress too :) But about the money part, it’s not all about wordpress, quality content is needed for that :)

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