Tumblr announced they have completely redone their search function to make it easier to find the content and blogs you care about most. Previously you had to scroll down the sidebar to look at a list of tags (or topics) you were tracking. Now they’ve injected some new intelligence into their search engine that lets… Continue reading Tumblr Completely Revamps Search Function to Improve Discovery
Google Summer of Code is a program that gives post-secondary student developers around the world (ages 18 and older) stipends to work on various open source software design projects. With today’s announcement, Google is looking to encourage promising young programmers to “flip bits, not burgers” this summer! The experience of learning to work with others… Continue reading Flip Bits, Not Burgers: Google Announces Summer Of Code 2013
Welcome back to our beginner’s guide to HTML! Previously in the guide, we looked at getting started in web design and the basic parts of a webpage. Today we will examine the fundamentals of block-level elements. Before I explain what they are, I must preface this part by admitting that block-level elements are no longer… Continue reading The Beginner’s Guide to HTML – Part 3: Block-Level Elements
Welcome to part 2 of our guide to HTML, where we take a look at the basic necessary components of a web page. Part 1, in which we discussed some history and syntax of HTML, can be found here. If you haven’t read it yet, please do! If you’re confident that you have a good… Continue reading The Beginner’s Guide to HTML – Part 2: The Basics of a Webpage
Learn how to code in HTML and create websites with this informative guide! This is Part 1 in a Beginner’s Guide to HTML series.