Today I am going to explain usage of key/value tables in database design. This has nothing to do with NoSQL initiative or databases. Just an interesting approach to database design with its pros and cons which I will explain through nice example.
A QR (“quick response”) code is a square barcode that makes getting URLs, location coordinates, any text or contact information onto a phone quickly. With a barcode scanner app installed, you just point your phone’s camera at the code to read its contents.
If you think that iframe implementation of Facebook like button is awkward, you can use this useful jQuery plugin instead.
Cloud Zoom is a jQuery plugin comparable to commercial image zoom products such as Magic Zoom. Compared to the popular jQZoom plugin, Cloud Zoom is smaller, has more features and more robust compatability across browsers.
It is very easy to add Premium content to your blog, but how to set up membership and payments options in WordPress? Simple, use WP Pro Members plugin.
CSS sprites are great to increase the speed of the web site by decreasing number of requests it takes to download all of the graphics needed for it. Sometimes, it is not an easy task to make sprites, or write proper CSS code for using them. So I gathered a small list of 5 top online CSS sprites generators.
My country, Croatia, is small, but has many beautiful and interesting web sites. This is an overview of 9 of them. If someone is not on the list, you are welcome to add suggestions in comments, so I can add the sites in some future articles.
Great ongoing project to make open standard for subtitling videos on the web making it easy and doing it in teams. The project is featured on Mozzila Drumbeat page and you can even join the Design challenge for Collaborative subtitling.
CodeForest is a web development blog by Zvonko Biskup dedicated to small and big problems of web developers around the globe. This is the introductory post, where you will find out what it is all about.