Web Design from Scratch – Free web design course – basics, layout, free tutorials, case studies, how to guides and examples

Web Design from Scratch – Free web design course – basics, layout, free tutorials, case studies, how to guides and examplesA complete guide to designing web sites that work

Ben Hunt has been a successful web designer and developer for over 10 years. He publishes this site to share his experience in making web sites that are appealing, easy to use, and successful.

Linux In a Windows Network with SAMBA – www.reallylinux.com

Linux In a Windows Network with SAMBA – www.reallylinux.com Integrating Fedora Linux into a Windows network is reasonable and easy as long as you use the SAMBA utilities. I share every main step necessary to implement such a SAMBA server within a Windows environment. Once integrated a Linux server looks and acts exactly like any other server on a Windows intranet. You will have the ability to drag and drop files, view server contents and directories using Windows File Manager, and even edit files on a Linux server from any Windows desktop.

A design and usability blog: Signal vs. Noise (by 37signals)

A design and usability blog: Signal vs. Noise (by 37signals)

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ONLamp.com — What Corporate Projects Should Learn from Open Source

ONLamp.com — What Corporate Projects Should Learn from Open SourceWhat Corporate Projects Should Learn from Open Source http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/onlamp/2006/02/27/what-corp-projects-learn-from-open-source.html
by Andrew Stellman, Jennifer Greene, authors of Applied Software Project Management
02/27/2006

“… we introduce five basic principles that should be applied to every software development project. These principles, if adhered to, will help lead to success on any
project, open source or proprietary.

These principles are:

* Tell the truth all the time
* Trust the team
* Review everything, test everything
* All developers are created equal
* The fastest way through the project is to do it right
…”

Layout Gala: a collection of 40 CSS layouts based on the same markup and ready for download!

Layout Gala: a collection of 40 CSS layouts based on the same markup and ready for download!by Alessandro Fulciniti – In November 2005 I presented on pro.html.it a three-part article on creating CSS layouts using techniques like negative margins, any order columns and in some case opposite floats. The main goal of the article was getting the maximum number of layouts based on the same markup, each with valid CSS and HTML, without hacks nor workaround and a good cross-browser compatibility. The result is a set of 40 layouts that we’ve thought worth sharing: on each of them you’ll find also a download link (if you want, you can download the entire collection, 40 HTML pages in a single zip file).