Log in here As a frequent user of online payment platforms, one of my absolute favorites is Stripe. It not only provides a seamless and secure way to handle online transactions, but it also offers a user-friendly and intuitive interface. In this article, I will take you through the process of accessing the Stripe login … Read more
Log in here Recently, I had the opportunity to explore the world of web development, and one of the first things that caught my attention was Bootstrap. If you’re not familiar with Bootstrap, it’s a popular front-end framework that allows developers to easily create responsive and mobile-first websites. As I delved deeper into Bootstrap, one … Read more
Slack is a popular messaging platform used by teams all around the world. It offers many helpful features, including the ability to format your text. One of the formatting options available is to make your text bold. In this article, I will guide you through the steps of writing in bold in Slack. First, let … Read more
This tutorial will walk you through creating a registration form that includes a password strength checker to tell the user how strong (security wise) their password is. This form will also include two password boxes and will verify that the same password has been entered twice to prevent typing the wrong thing into a password box.
This tutorial will walk you through installing and configuring Lightbox 2. Lightbox allows you to show your pictures on your site in a whole new light. It gives you a sleek and professional look and is VERY easy to implement.
This tutorial is a little different form our standard Photoshop tutorials. Normally I would show you how to make a web layout or menu in Photoshop, but I never really went into detail on how to make the layouts work on the web. In this tutorial I will show you how to make a simple menu using Photoshop, slice the images, and how to write the code for a functional menu.
This is a continuation of our XHTML/CSS table tutorials. In this tutorial we will be using the same table as before, but I will show how to have the rows alternate in color. To achieve this we will be using CSS classes.
This is part two of our table tutorial. In part one I explain why you should still use tables and when to use them. No we will apply some style to those ugly tables using CSS. If you haven’t created the table yet please follow the “How and Why You Should Still Use Tables” tutorial.