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Quicktip: No more strokes in gradients

By: OSH Editorial    In: Photoshop Quicktip Tips and tricks

http://www.opensourcehunter.com/2010/11/18/quicktip-no-more-strokes-in-gradients/

In most times, when you made gradients in Photoshop, there are some strokes that makes your gradient less attractive. A while ago I read somewhere how we can get rid of those strokes. I can’t remember where it was, but the filter in Photoshop I do remember because now I use it almost every time when I use a gradient.

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26 cool and useful jQuery tips, tricks & solutions

By: OSH Editorial    In: Javascript Tips and tricks jQuery

http://www.opensourcehunter.com/2010/02/27/26-cool-and-usefull-jquery-tips-tricks-solutions/

The use of the jQuery library is growing and growing(just released jQuery 1.4), more and more people are using this useful javascript library. This means that more and more useful jQuery tips, tricks and solutions are coming available. That’s why i created a small list of 26 cool and useful jQuery tips, tricks and solutions.

jQuery has a lot of very useful plugins that can help you with almost anything, but there are a couple of plugins that aren’t that smart to use, why? Well sometimes 1 or 2 lines of jQuery code can do the same thing(or even better), so why use a big script if you can do the same trick with a small piece of code.

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Coldfusion Hosting

By: Joanna Maria    In: Tips and tricks Tools

http://www.opensourcehunter.com/2009/07/22/coldfusion-hosting/

One of the more popular products for website developers today is ColdFusion. ColdFusion is an application server, meaning it allows users to create Internet applications for their web pages. This gives online business owners more control over their web design and web functionality and enhances user experience. ColdFusion uses CFML (ColdFusion Markup Language), a tag-based programming language similar to HTML or XML, but geared specifically to the ColdFusion applications.

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50 Ways to Get Your Site Noticed

By: OSH Editorial    In: Inspiration Tips and tricks

http://www.opensourcehunter.com/2009/07/07/50-ways-to-get-your-site-noticed/

Carl Heaton wrote a couple of day’s ago 50 Ways to Get Your Site Noticed on the blog of ThemeForest.net. These tips can be of use if you want to boost your stats. I must say there are a couple of very useful tips. Read the whole article here.

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30 HTML best practices for beginners

By: OSH Editorial    In: CSS Forms Images Tips and tricks Tools

http://www.opensourcehunter.com/2009/06/10/30-html-best-practices-for-beginners/

A couple of weeks ago Jeffrey Way published an article about 30 HTML best practices for beginners on NETTUTS.

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One day in the life of web designer Chris Coyier

By: OSH Editorial    In: Inspiration Tips and tricks Tools

http://www.opensourcehunter.com/2009/05/29/one-day-in-the-life-of-web-designer-chris-coyier/

While reading one of my favorite sites (ccs-tricks) i came across a really nice article(i dont have seen a similar one yet) by Chris Coyier about a day in his life as a web designer.I am always very interested in how other people work and which programs/tools they use, and Chris has showed me in this article some really nice programs/tools. Notice that Chris is a mac user.

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10 Useful web application interface techniques

By: OSH Editorial    In: Design Tips and tricks

http://www.opensourcehunter.com/2009/01/28/10-useful-web-application-interface-techniques/

More and more applications these days are migrating to the Web. Without platform constraints or installation requirements, the software-as-a-service model looks very attractive.

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40+ most wanted WordPress tricks and hacks

By: OSH Editorial    In: Tips and tricks Wordpress

http://www.opensourcehunter.com/2009/01/02/40-most-wanted-wordpress-tricks-and-hacks/

Have you ever came across a Wordpress blog, saw something you liked, and questions like ‘how they did that‘, ‘is that a plugin or hack?‘, ‘where can I get those cool mods‘ begin to pop? Well, it’s really pretty normal because most of us did the same thing.

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Introduction to Google Analytics

By: OSH Editorial    In: Stats Tips and tricks

http://www.opensourcehunter.com/2008/12/31/introduction-to-google-analytics/

Google Analytics is a free service to track all sorts of information about the visitors to your website. I recently had a weird experience with the Analytics on CSS-Tricks, so I thought it would be a good time to introduce it to folks who might not already know much about it and also share that experience.

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Useful Podcasts For Designers And Developers

By: OSH Editorial    In: Inspiration Tips and tricks Tutorials

http://www.opensourcehunter.com/2008/12/25/useful-podcasts-for-designers-and-developers/

Podcasting is an engaging medium that is available in both audio and video formats. Podcasts often refer to audiocasts, but now with iPods and other media players being able to play video, videocasts are just as popular. A handful of web design podcasters deliver both audio and video formats.

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