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Playing HTML5 audio natively in the browser can be a challenge. Ashley Gullen, creator of HTML5 game editor Construct 2, guides you through the maze This article first appeared in the May issue (227) of .net magazine – the world’s best-selling…

HiDPI displays are enabling users to experience a more beautiful web, but also exposing the crutch that is thinking in pixels. Let’s take some lessons from the print world and improve our layouts I just finished converting my personal…

Despite rumours you may have heard to the contrary, Google prefers responsive design only if your users do, according to Bryson Meunier This article first appeared in issue 232 of .net magazine – the world’s best-selling magazine for web…

Modular Blocks CMS gears up for beta. Dev claims Blocks offers an unprecedented level of content flexibility Blocks could become a modern replacement for ExpressionEngine. Developer Brandon Kelly has revealed an upcoming CMS called Blocks. Known for his ExpressionEngine add-ons,…

UXPin CEO Marcin Treder explains his techniques for carrying out low-cost user testing that will make a world of difference to your UX design User experience design is deeply human centric – it dies without a decent amount of…

Learn a jQuery expand and collapse technique that will be useful in many situations This is an edited excerpt from Chapter 3 of jQuery for Designers: Beginner’s Guide, published by Packt Publishing. The Frequently Asked Questions page has been a mainstay…

Facebook recently unveiled the Open Graph as its next generation platform. Mat Clayton shows you how to build a simple demo app on the Open Graph This article first appeared in the issue 226 of .net magazine – the…

Browser vendors control fate of picture element and srcset attribute, free from HTML5 spec RICG: aiming to bring responsive images to an HTML spec near you, soon(ish) Designer and developer Mat Marquis has outlined on the W3C responsive images…

The knowledge necessary to achieve refined typography on the web is not as daunting as you may think. One can go a long way with a few basic tips Now that web fonts are natively supported in most browsers…

Jesse Friedman, author of the Web Designer’s Guide to WordPress, helps us avoid common WordPress mistakes and takes a look at some myths and misgivings to boot WordPress has made huge strides in the last year or two to…