Archive for the ‘Tutorials’ Category

Cufón Font Replacement

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Cufón is a font replacement technique for displaying non-standard fonts on a webpage. It is an alternative to sIFR but uses JavaScript to embed the font instead of Flash. It is also easier to set up and lighter in size than sIFR but still has the problem of copyright issues. (more…)

Implementing sIFR

Monday, June 14th, 2010

In this article I will give a brief overview about what sIFR is, the main advantage of it and then take you through the steps to help you implement sIFR in to your websites. (more…)

HTML 5 From Start to Finish

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

For all of you that haven’t been following our series of tutorials for understanding and creating a simple HTML 5 Template, we have added a shortlist of each article taking you from start to finish on where and how to get started building your HTML5 Websites. A roundup basically! (more…)

A Simple HTML5 Template Tutorial

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Following on from our recent series in HTML 5 tutorials I have coded up a simple HTML5 template for you to download and use at your will. Before you get to the download be sure to read through the example below and leave any comments if you would like to see further HTML5 Tutorials. (more…)

HTML5 Template – Tutorial

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

Today we will be completing a simple HTML5 template to get our sites structure in place. If you haven’t already, check out our introduction to HTML5 tags and the HTML5 Workaround. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to make any comments below. (more…)

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Bit Torrent Study Discovers Most File Sharers Are Now Monitored

Ever heard of torrents or used Bit Torrent to download movies, music or shared files over the internet? Researchers have discovered that anyone who does use Bit Torrent to download files over the World Wide Web will most probably be monitored. Studies were carried out by Birmingham University and they have discovered that if someone [...]
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