Blog Category: CSS

Using Vector Icons For Arrows and More

April 15, 2014 CSS, Development, HTML, WordPress

Using Vector Icons For Arrows and More

Vector icon sets are web icons that can be used through CSS and HTML by including a specialized font family. I frequently use vector icons when developing websites for social …

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Styling the Default WordPress Calendar

April 2, 2014 CSS, Development, WordPress

Styling the Default WordPress Calendar

When you add the default WordPress calendar widget, it comes out looking pretty bland. It’s coding is stuck in the table-era of web development but it still does the job …

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Noetyx: Creating a Modern Horizontal One-Pager

November 10, 2013 Case Studies, CSS, Development, jQuery, WordPress

Noetyx: Creating a Modern Horizontal One-Pager

Noetyx is a pharmaceutical company located in New Jersey run by a great team that creates innovative products and services. Noetyx was designed by a good friend while I did …

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The Swell Shell: My First One-Pager

November 9, 2013 Case Studies, CSS, Development, jQuery, WordPress

The Swell Shell: My First One-Pager

A good friend of mine asked if I wanted to work with him on an upcoming project. I agreed and that project became Noetyx, but before we started work on …

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Deactive Checkbox until User Reads Terms of Use

May 19, 2013 CSS, Development, HTML, jQuery

Deactive Checkbox until User Reads Terms of Use

In the signup area of an automated system I’m creating, there is a terms of use that should be read before the user continues filling out the form. First, I …

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