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Create your own website or blog with WordPress, the web's most popular content management system.
Get the most out of the new default WordPress theme, Twenty Fifteen, a blog-centric theme with a heavy focus on post formats and accessibility.
Design a responsive HTML email that will adapt to varying screen sizes and render correctly in over 30 different email clients, including Gmail, Outlook, and Yahoo.
Learn to create a custom photo gallery for WordPress that goes beyond the built-in look and feel.
Learn to create web animations from a simple Illustrator file, with Ai2Canvas—a free plugin that works with nearly every version of Illustrator, from CS3 to CC.
Move your Joomla! 2.5 site to 3.3 and take advantage of all of the newest Joomla! features.
Learn how to install Joomla! locally or remotely, so you can run it from your own computer or a web host.
Learn how to get up and running with Genesis and take your WordPress site to the next level.
Learn how to customize themes with Genesis, the WordPress framework that offers SEO, security, and a huge selection of design options.
Learn how to style SVG graphics and make them respond to changes to rollover states with CSS.
Learn how to display your data in a pie chart, with nothing more than HTML and CSS.
Learn how to add social media buttons to your posts and pages, with several different WordPress plugins, and allow your visitors to share your content with friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter.
Learn to get the most out of Simone, a custom WordPress theme designed by Morten Rand-Hendriksen.
Build rich, interactive mobile apps for iOS and Android devices without having to write native code, all with jQuery Mobile.
Add advanced analytics to your WordPress site with three different plugins: WordPress.com Stats from Jetpack, Google Analytics, and Piwik.
Protect your WordPress site with automatic backups. Learn how to back up and restore your data with two different plugins, Backup from Dropbox and BackWPup.
Add contact forms to your WordPress site with three different plugins: Jetpack, Contact Form 7, and Gravity Forms.
Make your website more readable and efficient to download with Chris Converse's responsive website techniques.
Take a 10-minute tour of the new features in WordPress 3.8, including the new interface and the Twenty Fourteen theme.
A gentle introduction to PHP, with simple exercises that help you develop dynamic web content, user input forms, and database-powered product pages.
Learn how to create your own website or blog with WordPress.com—the free, easy-to-use service that is democratizing publishing on the web.
Discover how to use Joomla! to build a website from scratch—all without a single line of code.
Drive more visitors to your WordPress site by performing search engine optimization, or SEO, with the help of two powerful plugins.
Shows how to create full-featured, object-oriented web applications with the Ruby on Rails framework.
Takes you through the history of video on the web, and shows you how to move forward with HTML5.
Explore Flexbox, the Flexible Box Layout model, how it compares to other CSS layout techniques, and why it's an important part of the evolution of CSS layout.
Teaches how to use jQuery to build web pages that users (and clients) are looking for, from complex animation effects to professional user interface controls.
Join Grant Skinner at work and at play, designing cutting-edge interactive experiences, games, applications, and frameworks with technologies like HTML5 and Flash.
Build an online store for digital products like music, ebooks, and more using WordPress and the Easy Digital Downloads plugin.
Build an online store using WordPress and the WooCommerce plugin.
Find out what you need to build an online store and decide if WordPress is the right solution for you.
Discover CSS gradients, and add depth and texture to your web designs while reducing load times.
Set up a video blog using WordPress and three different free themes—Twenty Twelve, Origami, and Sundance—and get three completely different looks for your site.
Take a tour of a workflow that optimizes CSS code for easier navigation, organization, and readability.
Explores CSS frameworks and grids, and helps you determine when a framework is right for you.
Set up an online magazine using WordPress and three different themes that result in three completely different looks—Max Magazine, Path, and Oxygen.
Gain an understanding of variables, types, objects, arrays, operators, control structures, loops, and functions, then work through a series of hands-on examples that put these ideas into action.
Use CSS to create elegant menus, links, and buttons that help visitors navigate your site faster and more intuitively.
Introduces the EaselJS framework and the HTML5 Canvas element, and shows how to create interactive web content with this open web standard.
Explains the nuts and bolts of HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the programming language used to create web pages, and provides an introduction to HTML5 and CSS.
Create a mobile-ready version of an existing WordPress web site by leveraging plugins.
Discover how to set up a portfolio of your work using WordPress and three free themes that result in three unique looks for your site—all without writing code!
Discover how to create an app-like experience for iPad with HTML, CSS, and jQuery, while bypassing the need for Objective-C or the App Store.
Shows Flash developers how to create dynamic content in the browser using HTML5, CSS, and other related technologies.
Enhance your Joomla! site by adding advanced functionality through extensions, plugins, and templates.
Shows how to use Joomla! to build a web site from scratch—no programming required—and guides site designers through the process, from installation to launch.
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