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The Advertising Riddle

If you’re anything like me, you like reading blogs and other online content to learn things, be inspired and have a nice experience while you’re doing it. I was recently made aware an article over at Usability post called ‘a motive for bad design’. Being someone who strives for the highest quality possible, it took […]

Web Standards – So What?

The Web has been around for a good few years now. Most people are aware of it, if not using it in their every day lives. It has come a long way since the early nineties when Web pages consisted of a bunch of simple tags that linked to other pages with basic information in […]

WordPress, THE guide

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been putting together quite a comprehensive online documentation system for the WordPress platform, more specifically for the Theme creation side of WordPress. Theming is the way Web Designers can customise a new site for their client to produce something completely bespoke with a good platform for all the mundane […]

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Nest the list, not the size

I’m always looking for the best way to build Web sites and one thing that always seems to catch me out is the use of a unit called em. This unit is a more recent convention which Web designers overuse. There is no reason why we shouldn’t be using the px unit for font sizes. […]

jQuery page recognition menu & accordian

Make a simple accordion that responds to the page you are on by automatically adding active behaviours.

Progressive Enhancement is a good thing

The Web of today is changing. Whether we, as Web professionals, like it or not. There are currently about 10 browsers (taking into account versions, which often differ from each other) on the market within which Web sites need to function. As a front end designer who is conscious of the way businesses have to […]

Flicker effect with jQuery

Find out how you can use some creative use of jQuery animations to make an eye catching if not spooky flicker effect.

Adding a slidedown box with jQuery

Use jQuery to move up and down through the nodes of an element to create predictable sliding behaviour.

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Web Design Process

What are we trying to achieve? As soon as we realize that we need to plan a site before even touching the computer we allow ourselves to think freely and give ourselves the chance to produce a quality piece of work. In order for a Website to fulfill it’s requirement, it has to have a […]

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Fix your IE6 PNG issues more reliably

For about six months now, I have been to-ing and fro-ing with the whole idea of using png’s in the build process. I am very strict about how I build sites and would never use a method that not ALL browsers supported. Thats where my frustration with png’s started. The reason png’s are so popular […]

Hi, I'm Webegg

Having been doing this for years and years, I've built up an enourmous amount of knowledge about HTML, CSS, jQuery/Javascript and the ever popular CMS of choice for most people, Wordpress.

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