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Free CSS Layouts And Templates

As a web-developer you don't have to re-invent the wheel all the time. If it just has to work, and has to be valid, and has to have a nice, visually appealing design hierarchy, you just can use css-techniques developed in the web-dev-community over the last few years. If you take a look around, you'll find many templates, which include basic (X)HTML/CSS-markup.

You can start from there, learning and exploring the possibilities of CSS and modifying templates for your exquisite taste. Below you'll find a list of resources which offer free, gorgeous and valid CSS-based templates - usually with images and full layout structure, such as headers, navigation bars, content containers, sidebars and footers.

Usually developers require a link to the site where the template was downloaded from. So before using these templates it might be useful to take a look at the license agreement the developer provides.


AJAX, DHTML and JavaScript Libraries

Ajax, DHTML and JavaScript components are important in the era of Web 2.0. Recent Web-applications tend to use them to provide more interactivity and guarantee better functionality. But what Javascript libraries can be used for a new web-project? What functions, effects and useful techniques are actually provided by them? We deliver answers.

The result is an extensive list with over 60 Ajax, Javascript and DHTML Libraries - with detailed description. Links checked on May/07 2008 - screenshots added.


CSS: Techniques, Tutorials, Layouts

Since web-development is a quite dynamic field nowadays, new techniques are being developed and updated all the time. A primary example are CSS-related techniques, which emerge almost every day and offer more possibilities for fellows web-developers. We keep an eye on the recent developments and collect new ideas and methods for our readers. A "fresh" round-up of the "fresh" CSS techniques, tutorials and layouts. Links checked: May/17 2008.


Tasty snack for web-heads: The List Of Lists

A list of the most useful web-development-related lists you will ever find out there. Ajax, Social Bookmarking, Cheat Shees, CSS, Google, RSS, Web-Tools, Web 2.0, Wiki, Wordpress. On one single page. A tasty snack for web-developers.

In the era of Web 2.0 everyone is collecting, tagging and presenting bookmarks, images, videos, mp3s and, of course, links. Being focused on the most useful tools for web-developers, we've decided to collect something quite different - most useful lists, which include references to the best web-development-related resources. We've collected them, sorted them and listed in one single article. A quick overview of the most popular and useful lists for your web-projects. For web-developers and designers.


List of CSS Tools

What can be better than simple, useful and handy tools you can use "on the fly" in the development process? Whether you'd like to test font size, generate online-forms, create rollover-navigation, create a slide-show, format CSS code or optimize your code - you can use dozens of tools to make your life easier.

We've collected them. At least most of them, and compiled them in a brief and precise overview. And here what we've come out with - most useful CSS-Tools you can use developing tableless web-sites.


Diagrams: Tools and Tutorials

Being a web-developer means not only being able to design web-sites or program their functionality. Sometimes it also means to be able to explain complex issues clearly and be able to present to your potential customers reasonable and convincing arguments - in order to find the best compromise between the customer's wishes and the standards you respect. In fact, it is essential to make sure the customer understands which advantages you are actually offering and why this or that layout and markup are better for a given web-project.

Developing web-sites over the last few years, I've been stumbling over the same problem over and over again: how can I visualize my idea easily and quickly? Since human being is used to visualize things, trying to understand the idea behind them, recently I've spent hours googling for useful tools and tutorials which would help me to create images - mostly, diagrams, charts, chart-flows etc. to visualize my personal ideas to my potential clients.

I'd like to present the results of my search. If you have any further suggestions, ideas or constructive criticism, don't hesistate to comment on this article!


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