Developing Clearly Adventures in Coding and IT


Direct social sharing URLs


Yes, we should make it easy for visitors to share content. It is handy and in many cases it allows us to pre-fill the share text. Most of the time, we would use a WordPress Plugin or a JavaScript Solution, instead of developing our own share buttons. However, in many cases, an external solution is overkill Also, there are cases when you don’t want to add some plugin to your blog or to the...

Create a Simple HTML 5 Website using ASP.NET MVC and LINQ

The design www will be using

We'll be creating a simple but fully functional website. We'll use the design, HTML and CSS from one of my previous blog posts: A step-by-step walkthrough for coding a Web Site from a Photoshop template. So, HTML and CSS are basically already done. Of course, we need to integrate these files into ASP.NET templates, so the basic HTML & CSS will be repeated.

A few quick CSS tips for easy summer reading


Finally, the time has come for another Blog entry, cool and breezy, just right for the summertime. We’re going to do some XHTML/CSS Tips and Tricks you may or may not know. Either way, it’ll be a quick and simple post, just long enough for you to do the coding while enjoying a nice cold beer. :)

Step-by-step walkthrough for coding a Web Site from a Photoshop template


This time we are going to do some PSD to XHTML/CSS, meaning we will make fully functional web page from a template we created in Photoshop. For this tutorial I created a very simple web page template which you can download in PSD format. It isn't very original-looking either, but it will serve it's purpose. And of course you can use it in any way (except of course altering the Croatia images or...

Introduction to CSS Sprites


CSS Sprites are a neat little trick which enables us to store the graphics we need to display menus, icons or buttons in one big image while showing only a part of that image at a time. This enables us to instantly show another part of the image when we need it, thus creating the desired effect, saving bandwidth and removing image flicker.

CSS shorthand properties


As we all know CSS files are very useful to reduce the amount of HTML we need to send to the browser. But that doesn’t mean our CSS files are now the place for bloated and unnecessary markup. Shorthand properties can be very useful to save a lot of space in your CSS files and to save you time on coding. Box properties One of the best places to save some space is margins & padding of boxes...

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