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Launching a new project…!

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

Ey guys! Maybe you remember the last post about the Ontuts theme… so I am just want to let you know that We are launching a new blog tutorials called Web.Ontuts focused in spanish web tutorials.

Here you have a little description (in spanish):

Después de varios meses de planificación nos hemos decidido a lanzar Web.Ontuts, una web enfocada al desarrollo y diseño de páginas web de calidad. Existe mucha información a cerca de estos temas, pero en su mayoría está publicada en inglés. Queremos demostrar que también se puede generar contenido técnico de calidad en español.

Estamos realmente contentos de poder anunciar, lanzar y estrenar por fin web.Ontuts. Esperamos que toda la información que publicaremos os sea de gran ayuda para vuestros proyectos y os invitamos a que conozcáis más sobre los temas que trataremos en próximas publicaciones…

You can read the entire post presentation over here.

Thanks for all and see you soon guys!

Four Free Ebooks for Web Developers

Monday, January 19th, 2009

As we used to think and say over here, sharing knowledge it’s a great way to help others. This time we bring to you four free ebooks about CSS, HTML, Ajax, web programming, javascript, web design and more topics about web development / design.


Tools Icon Set: 8 Free Icons

Saturday, January 17th, 2009

Hi there guys! Via Smashingmagazine I have found a new set of totally free icons for our websites:

This set of 8 high quality icons was designed by David Mottram, containing all icons in .PNG format in resolutions 64×64px, 128×128px and 256×256px.

As I said, the set is available for download for free and can be used for any kind of purposes. It means that you can use it for personal and commercial projects, but cann’t be reselled, sublincensed, and so on…

Happy freebie guys, and thank you so much for helping us to grow so fast!

As always, remember you can follow us on twitter and solve your doubts in our forums!

WebAppers: Free Web Application Icons Set

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

Hi guys! Here we have a new free icons set composed of 20 icons specially designed for Web applications:

As you can see icons have a 3D effect and glossy style.

Icons come in 3 sizes; 48×48 px, 32×32 px, and 24×24 px. All of them are in PNG format with transparent background. Web Application Icons Set is completely Free for both personal and commercial projects in any way you like.

These icons were made by WebAppers.

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Stationery: Free Icon Set

Sunday, January 11th, 2009

Hi guys! While we are writting next tutorials about web development, we are recommending you new freebies for your projects.

This time is the Stationery Icon Set:

In this case we are presenting you the Stationery Icon Set composed of 22 totally free icons created by deziner.
It contains book, brush, crayon, clip, color pencils, document, eraser, pad, palette, post-it note, scale and scissors.

You can download the Stationary Icon Set here and remember that it contains the Fireworks source file too!

Cheat Sheets Pack for Webmasters

Monday, December 22nd, 2008

If you are very forgetful as I am and sometimes when you are “in the flow” and you cann’t remember a javascript function, a CSS property you know, it can be very helpful take your cheat sheet and remember it with a simple glance. You can read your desired cheat sheet in your screen or maybe just print it as a lot of people used to do, with the time you will find it faster and faster because you know the specific area where you must look to find that CSS property that you forgot (remember that visual memory it’s very powerful!).

You can download the Full Cheat sheets pack for Webmasters or download one by one the cheat sheets:

I hope it be useful for those forgetful heads :P


Creating an OS Web Interface in jQuery (Part I)

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

Finally here you have the First Part of this series of tutorials to recreate an OS Web Interface with our lovely jQuery javascript library.

As you could see in the preview of this tutorial we will focus to create the drag & drop interaction, the double click on icons and a basic taskbar with a start disabled button and a real clock of the system.

As always, here you have a preview of the final result:

It will be very interesting how we can achieve all our goals without using thir party plugins etc.

You can try the living example before continue reading the tutorial.

Tested in: Firefox, Internet Explorer 6 (bad display of PNG icons, IE bug) & 7, Opera, Safari & Chrome.

So let’s go guys!


Preview: Creating an OS Web Interface in jQuery (Part I)

Friday, December 12th, 2008

Hi there guys! Since some of you are asking about the next big tutorial, here you have a brief of the first part of the tutorial in a video:

As you can see, it’s about creating (one more time) interfaces in javascript, this time we will try to recreate an operation web system from scratch without third party plugins as UI jQuery or the draggable.js.

We will release the first part tutorial this Monday, so stay tuned! :)

Stunning 128 free icons by wefunction

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

We are trying to make cooler webs by adding javascript effects, cool CSS tricks and more, but what about icons? If you are looking for smashing and free icons that’s your pack ;)

Courtesy of wefunction in their words:

We’ve tried to keep a consistent style with quite a glossy look to the icons, admittedly some are better than others, but our first attempt at a set of icons I’m happy how they turned out. We’ve Included some of the main Social Media Icons such as: Design Float, Digg, Delicious, Furl, Technorati, Flickr, Stumble Upon, Twitter & Many more…

You can download these 128 free icons over here.

Have a nice designing guys! Let us know if you have already used these icons in your websites :)

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Create a smooth tabbed menu in jQuery

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

Hi guys! As we have said many times, websites are evolving to rich online applications and tabbed menus can be very power and useful to show content to our visitors.

In this case, we are going to learn how to create a smooth tabbed menu with our lovely jQuery library. With simple and clean layout we can have a great tabbed menu for our websites.

As always, here you have the live demo before starting the tutorial ;)

Tested in: Firefox, Internet Explorer 6 & 7, Opera, Safari & Chrome.

Interesting…? Just continue reading!