Boost your web design skills these 6 useful Developer tools and techniques.

If you are a regular user of inbuilt Developer tools then the word indispensable may come to mind. The tools talked about in this article are those released by major browsers like Chrome and Firefox. These are tools built  right into the browser itself and are designed to help a web designer with many tasks from testing out ideas, gathering information and debugging problems in their code.

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Is it time to break out of the browser: 3 alternative ways to make use of your web development skills

For years web developers wanting to develop cool new applications for the internet have been mostly restricted to what they can build in the confines of the web browser. Developers wanting to expand their projects onto other platforms, like mobile apps, have found themselves having to learn new languages from scratch, sometime multiple languages need to be understood to reach the widest audience.

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Top 100+ Resources for WordPress Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials

Updated June 30, 2013

WordPress is by far the most common blogging platform online. It powers 22% of sites on the Internet; no other content management system comes close to its widespread usage. It’s free. It’s robust. It’s highly extensible, making it a developer’s playground for plugins, so site owners can customize and tweak blogs in a thousand different ways to create a useful and unique site experiences for visitors. And WordPress is so widely used, that web hosting providers bend over backwards to offer cheap, reliable WordPress web hosting with features like “one-click WordPress install” (click the link to see WHDb’s entire list of WordPress hosts).

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