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SEO Fundamentals – Working with Navigation in SEO

What’s the point of search engine friendly navigation? To build a solid foundation in your site architecture of course. You don’t want users having to poke around like a hardware store from the 50s. But what does it mean exactly, and more importantly,  what recommendations can you make to enhance the SEO of yourself and your clients?

60 Fantastic AIR Apps For Web Designers

Adobe AIR is the little platform that could. It allows you to build efficient and state-of-the-art desktop apps that work on any operation system. Cool!

In the last few years, oodles of AIR apps have came down the pike, helping you do just about everything under the sun. For this post, I’m going to focus on applications intended for web and graphic designers.

50 of the Best Ever MooTools Plugins and Tutorials

MooTools, contrary to popular belief, is still running strong. I know it seems as though jQuery rules the world with an iron and unflinching fist, but the little engine that could still gets a lot of foot traffic. jQuery may be the most popular Javascript framework, but MooTools is the “cool” cousin who listens to the Velvet Underground. It offers a ton of functionality and can bed dropped into any website with ease. MooTools also has tons of plugins and tutorials up for grabs. Below are fifty of the best ones out there. Enjoy.

30 jQuery Tooltip Plugins to make your web design sparkle

jQuery has been taking web design by storm these past few years. And it’s easy to see why. It’s a fast and concise Javascript library that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development. jQuery has changed the way designers use Javascript the world over.

10 jQuery Lightbox Clone Plugins

Lightbox, and all of it’s various clones, can work magic on your jQuery web design. But where do you even start? There is so much out there and, frankly, most of it is crap. Well, don’t fret. Webrulon has done the searching for you. We’ve scoured, scrubbed and rinsed(?) the Internet to find ten of the most promising Lightbox plugins and Lightbox clone plugins available for jQuery. Without further adieu, here they are:

25 Powerful and Useful jQuery Tutorials for Developers and Designers

25 Powerful and Useful jQuery Tutorials for Web Developers and Designers

jQuery is all over the place these days. It’s rapidly catching up to CSS as the web template of choice for up and coming designers. It’s easy to see why. It’s constantly changing. Evolving. The only problem with this is, however, you have to constantly change and evolve as well. One simple must keep track of all of the new plugins, tutorials and addons that come down the pike. It can be quite an undertaking. Don’t worry, though. Webrulon is here to help. Here is a list of 25 recent tutorials that will get you up to speed and have you jQuery-ing in no time.

15 Great jQuery Sliders

The force known as jQuery keeps gaining more and more e-steam. To go along with the growth, a bevy of plugins and tutorials are starting to pop up a well. One helpful plugin is known as a content slider.

Content sliders are a great way to show large amount of content on a smaller area of a web page or blog. Dynamic auto sliding content sliders are a opular add-on to numerous websites all over the web. If you are interesting of giving them a whirl, check out this list of our favorite sliders and tutorials  you can get your hands on:

Mozilla speeds up Firefox 3.6 by fifteen percent – Boosts Javascript speed

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Mozilla’s new iteration of it’s popular Firefox browser runs up to fifteen percent faster than it’s predecessor, various reports indicate. This, however, still puts the browser behind the speedier Google Chrome and Apple Safari browsers. JavaScript three times faster than Opera 10 and more than four times faster than that paragon of pokeyness,  Internet Explorer.

5 web design trends to look out for in 2010

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The king is dead! Long live the king! As 2009 fades into nostalgic glory, and 2010 begins it’s slow crawl towards infamy, web designers can’t help but wonder what the year will hold for their favorite profession/hobby/whatever. Here is a list of five web design trends to look out for in 2010. None of this stuff is going to reinvent the wheel. Mostly’ it’s an analysis of several things that people caught on to during 2009 that look to be making a giant leap towards the e-mainstream.

50 Amazing jQuery Examples

Yeah, we all know jQuery has been taking the web development world by storm these past few years. Many of us have been using a good deal of the plugins lately. Below you’ll find a list of 50 amazing plugins that many developers use. Some of these you may have already seen, others might be new to you. Check them out and I hope they offer you some inspiration.



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