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Links 1 through 10 of 120 by Mike Wasylik tagged tips

Ever wanted to take a piece of WordPress functionality and put it in a non-WordPress portion of your website? Like, for example, pulling your WordPress Sidebar and dropping it into a custom page of yours?
Well, here’s how to make it work.

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There's a great tip posted over at macosxhints today for speeding up iPhoto ‘09. Many people have noticed the load time for iPhoto has increased considerably after upgrading to iLife '09, especially if they have lots of photos.

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Are you new to CSS? The initial process of learning this nifty language can be a little daunting, there’s so much to learn it can sometimes be difficult to figure out where to start. Luckily there’s plenty of valuable information and resources out there on the web that covers everything from the basics through to advanced topics. This collection of 15 articles pulls together some of the best must read blog posts for anyone looking to get started with CSS styling.

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We have talked about the concept of design and what is a graphic designer. I will now give you six pointers on how to improve your designs drastically. By the way, these are all alliterated and they all start with the letter "C" so they are easy to remember.

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Rounded rectangles, or roundrects as QuickDraw so fondly calls them, are standard fare on a web and interface designer’s utility belt. So common that the footer on this page itself contains 12 roundrects. So common that it’s rare for web pages or apps to not contain a roundrect or two.

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Adding subtle noise or texture to UI elements can look great, but what’s the best way to do it?
The goal is to find the best method that maintains quality when scaled, but is also easy to implement and edit.

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Here we have a basic unordered list (<ul>), with floated-left images where the text doesn't wrap under the images. Told you it was simple.

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In this tutorial, I will provide various CSS examples on how you can create a large background site using either a single or double images.

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Although CSS is generally considered a simple and straightforward language, sometimes it requires creativity, skill and a bit of experimentation. The good news is that designers and developers worldwide often face similar problems and choose to share their insights and workarounds with the wider community.

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If you use Gmail regularly the 6+GB space Google offers may not be enough and you may be running out of space, which will make your account stop working. To avoid this problem you may want to free up some space with these tips.

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