Written by:2009/10/27 08:02 AM
Welcome to the October 26, 2009 edition of web developers. Once again a fantastic issue. From styling input fields to creating a viral twitter campaign. From Real world texture to online radio. I am sure you will ahve a wonderful time. Read, enjoy and have fun.
seowizz presents A Few SEO Principles To Shout About posted at Search Engine Optimisation.
Roy Ho presents How To Style A Form Input Field posted at Design in the Raw- XHTML and CSS in the Raw.
John Laugherton presents Top 50 Web Design Resource Blogs posted at Designer City, USA.
Bruno Campolo presents The 24 Hour Game Experiment posted at A Game Developer's Saga, saying, "Not web dev related, but I thought you might like it anyway."
Case Ernsting presents MetaSpring Blog | From the Shop: Textures in Web Design posted at MetaSpring Blog, saying, "One of the latest website design trends comes from the use of "real world" textures such as rocks, wood, metal, etc. Here are some great uses of the texture, plus some tips on implementing these textures into your next site remix."
Allison Johanson presents 25 Free Web Tools Every Student Should Use posted at How To E-D-U.
Jason Small presents Build a potentially viral Twitter campaign in less than 5 minutes posted at Social Media and The Big W, saying, "A review of an excellent application using Web 2.0 strategy in social media to maximize return on your content."
Carolyn Friedman presents Top 10 Places to Get Online Radio for Free posted at Online IT Degrees, saying, "Then grab a pair of headphones, the below top ten places to get online radio, and make the work fly by with your favorite music. Best of all,these stations are completely free to listen to and work with a pop up blocker."
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