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Web Design for Kids: Getting Ready to Build a Website http://ow.ly/NMzZL (part 3 coming tomorrow!)
Welcome to the second lesson in our Web Design for Kids series! In this lesson we will learn all about some things we need to do and the tools we need before we start writing the code for our Tuts+ Town website; we are getting there, I promise! Also, don’t forget to ask any questions in the comments area at the bottom of this page. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Short; Tags: Kids, Web Design
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Almost 2 years to the day that Nicole wrote “What You Should Know About HTML Email”. Check out her latest tutorial! http://ow.ly/NL0ou
I run Email Wizardry, an email design and development studio, and I'm a lover of all things email. I blog about email at the Email Wizardry Blog and you can also find me on Twitter.
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Aussie Banks Missing The Point on Mobile (via @ath) http://ow.ly/NKCr2
The future of banking lies in the hands of people who understand digital atmosphere.
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2015 #InternetTrends http://ow.ly/NHRSX cc @kendraschaefer
2015 Internet Trends Report | Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers
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ungrid - the simplest responsive css grid http://ow.ly/NHyUT
ungrid is a responsive, table-based CSS grid system. To use, simply put as many .col s as you wish in your .row s and the .col s will automatically be evenly spaced. This allows you to roll your own simple grids. ungrid.css (97 bytes minified): @media (min-width: 30em) { .row { width: 100%; ...
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.@cssnext (not CSSNext) Use tomorrow’s CSS syntax, today. http://ow.ly/NA2sn
Features. custom properties & var(); reduced calc(); custom media queries; media queries ranges; custom selectors; automatic vendor prefixes; color() support; gray() support; hwb() support; hexa #rrggbbaa support; rebeccapurple; :matches pseudo-class; :not pseudo-class (to l.3); font-variant (to ...
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Keep an eye on this page: “Web Design for Kids” http://ow.ly/NxW44 new lessons coming every week throughout June!
The internet is such an important part of everybody’s lives these days that it’s never too early to start learning web design! In this carefully structured, colorful series, Joni Trythall takes pre-teens through the process of building a simple website. Whether you’re a teacher, a parent, or a kid yourself, you’ll enjoy following Joni as she leads you through Tuts+ Town, learning all about web design along the way!
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Litmus PutsMail (by @pablocantero) is pretty darn good if you want to test your HTML emails for free http://ow.ly/NLbdE
Test in real time your HTML emails for campaigns, newsletters and others before sending them.
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Creating a Future-Proof Responsive Email Without Media Queries (by @moonstrips) http://ow.ly/NKWVz
Using this ‘fluid hybrid’ method you can build an HTML email with lots of different layouts that doesn't rely on media queries to look great on mobile devices. | Difficulty: Advanced; Length: Long; Tags: Email, HTML, CSS, Email Design, Responsive Web Design
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Gotta love this phrase, found in the CSS spec: “stickily positioned” http://ow.ly/NIitP
Sticking elements, when the user scrolls to a certain point, has become a common pattern in modern web design. This behaviour has been proposed (and drafted) as a new standard (the sticky position), allowing us to achieve the effect with pure CSS. Let’s take a look at how it works! | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Short; Tags: CSS, Waypoints.js
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Ever used { position: sticky; } ? #css http://ow.ly/NIi4E
Sticking elements, when the user scrolls to a certain point, has become a common pattern in modern web design. This behaviour has been proposed (and drafted) as a new standard (the sticky position), allowing us to achieve the effect with pure CSS. Let’s take a look at how it works! | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Short; Tags: CSS, Waypoints.js
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Power Up Your Portfolio With Bootstrap http://ow.ly/NHdnT #course
Tuts+ teaches creative and technical skills across many topics to millions of people worldwide. We offer tutorials, articles, news and insights that help you take your knowledge to the next level.
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Tuts+ Web Design is made to house and showcase some of the best web design tutorials and articles around.

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Web design is a booming industry with a lot of competition. We hope that reading Tuts+ Web Design will help our readers learn a few tricks, techniques and tips that they might not have seen before and help them maximize their creative potential!