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15 nightmares of a web designer or developer

Regular readers that know a little bit more about me, will know that I'm a freelance webdesigner. During the years, I had several employers that want me to build them a website. Some of them had some questions that made me thinking "WHY?!". Here are a 15 "favorite" nightmares of any web designer or developer.

Webdesign Nightmare

Oh, and to help you all, I added some tips so that you'll be able to avoid these nightmares. It'll make you sleep tight like a baby.

Tags:  webdesign fun nightmare design
AJAX-style image loading using CSS

AJAX let's you show a nice loader when doing a XMLHttpRequest. It's great for the visitor, because it can see that something is loading. Bad thing for the web developer is, is that AJAX is hard to learn. So here's a small little CSS trick for some great user experience, making it look like you made an AJAX loader for images.

You can implement this on a web page with an image/photo gallery or to a page where you have to load big images, like wallpapers. It's very easy to set-up and implement to your site.

AJAX Loader

This technique doesn't work with any form of AJAX. It just emulates the style of loading, giving the visitor and indicator that there is activity going on.

Tags:  CSS webdesign internet programming
Create a peeling corner on your website

Peeling a webpage is very fun to do and it'll draw attention from your users. You can use to it place advertations, or draw attention to a hot article on your own website. Here I'll explain how to create such an effect on your website. It uses Flash and JavaScript, and is really easy to install. A live demo for the peeling effect can seen when you fully read this article.

Peeling Webpage

I received this package from the admin of, a great dutch music website.

Tags:  how to peel website webdesign
Top 22 CSS tutorials

Every well-respected webdesigner knows how to use a CSS file. With this you can add markup to your webpage. I created a list of my personal top 22 favorite different subject CSS tutorials. They are listed below and are in random order. Read, learn and implement it on your own website.

Top 22 CSS tutorials

Remember that a website styles with CSS can look otherwise in different browsers. Use this browser CSS rules checker to make sure you make the correct code. Additionally, don't forget to use the CSS Validation Service to have your CSS to the W3 standards. When you're done with your CSS file, use the CSS Superdouche to trim your CSS file down, making it smaller causing it to use less bandwith.

Tags:  CSS top programming webdesign internet tutorial
Hiding email addresses from spambots using CSS

Nobody likes to receive spam. There are several ways to avoid your email address found by a spambot. For example you could use HTML character entities, Javascript, CAPTCHA etc. It just makes the address readable for humans and not for spambots. Some of those techniques work better then others, but here's a new way of hiding your mail address. Simply by using CSS

Hiding email addresses from spambots using CSS

Too bad that there's just one big catch when using this technique: It doesn't work on Internet Explorer (IE) (yet). This is because IE doesn't support CSS generated content, something which is implemented in Firefox and other webbrowsers. I'm still sharing this knowledge with you, because I think this is very useful and IE will support generated content later on.

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Create a mailingform for your website using only HTML

Sometimes readers of your website want to contact you. If you don't have server side scripting knowledge (PHP, ASP, JSP etc.) or your webhost doesn't have server side scripting support (if you have a free host), you can't use a webform and you'll probably go for the next solution:
Posting your mailaddress on the site <a href="mailto:user[at]">webmaster</a>. This is not recommended because spambots are designed to follow those URL's. Additionally, this type or URL opens an external mailing program which can be very annoying for your readers.

Here is the solution: Create a mailingform using only HTML. Very easy to install / implement on your website.

HTML Mailing Form

Tags:  how to mail form programming webdesign HTML
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