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#63: On Screencasting

This is somewhat of a behind the scenes look at how I create and distribute the screencast. I go over the hardware and software I use, how it gets stitched …

#61: Basic Table Styling with CSS

Tables are great. They are perfectly suited for use on the web. That is, for displaying tabular data! In this screencast we'll cover what that actually means, take a look …

#60: AJAX Refreshing RSS Content

In video #55 the end result was the FeedSmusher, which inserted content from external RSS feeds onto a page of our own. In this screencast, we will start there and …

#59: Embedding Audio

Putting an image on a webpage is easy, audio files, not so much. HTML5 will make it as easy as it should be, but until then, we have to resort …

#58: HTML & CSS – The VERY Basics

This video is the VERY basics of what HTML and CSS is, for the absolute beginner. HTML and CSS files are, quite literally, just text files. You don't need any …

#57: Using CSS3

The latest wave of web browsers have pretty decent support for a variety of CSS3 stuff. Particularly Safari 4 and Firefox 3.1. This screencast covers many of the techniques now …

#56: Integrating FoxyCart and WordPress

FoxyCart is a very adaptable eCommerce system. Products are built on-the-fly as part of add to cart buttons that are just simple HTML. This means that you can integrate it …

#54: Introduction to FLIR

FLIR (Face Lift Image Replacement) bills itself as an "alternative to sIFR". They are definitely in the same category. sIFR has some extra functionality, but is relies on more technology …

#52: Building a Print Stylesheet

My technique for building print stylesheets goes like this. 1) Start from scratch 2) Leave most defaults alone 2) Eliminate every thing on the page you don't need with display: …

#51: A Lesson Learned in Accessibility

Even when designing with our best intentions toward accessibility, it often takes someone who really uses accessibility software to test the site and help us get the details right. The …

#49: Hodgepodge of Photoshop Tricks

Photoshop is my tool of choice in designing for the web. I liken it to choosing the guitar as an instrument to play. A guitar sounds great alone and there …

#48: Skinning phpBB

Creating a completely custom theme for the popular forums software phpBB would be a monster job. Fortunately, to get up and running quickly, we can simply wrap a default installation …

#47: CSS Shorthand

There are a handful of CSS attributes that can be combined into a single attribute for coding brevity. I endorse the use of CSS shorthand whenever possible. It saves space …

#46: Domains, DNS, Hosting and Google Apps

Dealing with domains and hosting and all the server setup stuff isn't usually the most comfortable stuff for web designers. In this screencast I walk though my regular process and …

#45: Using FoxyCart for eCommerce

FoxyCart is my new favorite eCommerce system. It is extremely easy to get started with. You have full design control over all aspects of it (cart, checkout, receipts). It has …

#44: Hodgepodge of WordPress Tricks

It's WordPress Week here at CSS-Tricks, so I wanted to so a WordPress-themed screencast and cover a lot of mini-tips that haven't made it into previous WordPress screencasts. We cover:…

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