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Guide to Using SublimeLinter for Developers

Linter is an indispensible tool in modern web development. It helps us to stay in check with errors…

10 Ways to Contribute to The Open Source Community

Open source software has helped accelerated the development of information technology, generating opportunities never seen before. Just think…

CSS – margin:auto; – How it Works

Using margin:auto to center a block element horizontally is a well known technique. But have you ever wondered…

How to Animate Dashed Border with CSS

Decorated borders can adorn any element on page, but CSS borders are limited when it comes to style.…

How to Teach Kids to Code with MIT Scratch Language

Children learn differently than adults, therefore if we want to teach them to code, we need to use…

How to Create Chrome Extensions from Scratch

A step-by-step guide on how to create a simple Google Chrome extension from scratch.

Count HTML State Changes Real-Time with CSS

Counting is a ubiquitous task in web applications. How many unread emails do you have? How many tasks…

Three Ways to Create HTML Documents on the Fly

Creating HTML documents on the fly, with or without JavaScript, is sometimes necessary. Whether the goal is to…

Introduction to Shared Memory in JavaScript

Shared memory is an advanced feature of JavaScript, that threads (concurrently executed parts of a process) can leverage.…

Clean Messy HTML Codes with HTML Washer

If you’re editing someone else’s web page or want to copy a code of a layout it can…

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