PHP Auto-Deployment & Version Control Using BitBucket & BaseCamp

In this article I’ll explain how we can use auto-deployment and also incorporate BitBucket into BaseCamp. First, I will explain what they are and why we need them. What we will achieve: A project controlled by Version Control System Auto-Deployment to the testing server/domain automatically on Pushing changes Send revisioning information into BaseCamp Messages/Discussions Notify […]

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Introducing New Clients to WordPress

So, you have created a beautiful WordPress site for your client. It has all the bells and whistles they asked for, and you are very happy with the final product. It’s launched and the client is happy as well. There is only one problem: your client is completely unfamiliar with WordPress, and somehow this problem […]

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How to Critique Custom Design

Critique is a large part of what makes up great design. Feedback from a fresh pair of eyes can mean the difference between a hit campaign and a devastating flop. Designers often become so close to their designs that they just cannot accept that their work has faults. This is a habit we must break. […]

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Pure CSS3 Spiderman Cartoon w/ jQuery and HTML5 – Look Ma, No Flash!

Update: 10/11/2011 New Animation; Making Internet Marketing Fun with Wufoo and CSS3 Dont have CSS3 animation capable browsers? Watch a video of the animation. Inspiration Searching YouTube for inspiration I stumbled on to the intro of the classic 1967 spider-man cartoon series. While watching I realized that the animation was very basic. It was the […]

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Pure CSS3 Animated AT-AT Walker from Star Wars

In this article we’ll quickly walk-through the process of creating a CSS3 animation of an AT-AT Walker from The Empire Strikes Back. We’ll start off by reviewing some CSS3 properties that made this animation possible. Then, follow up with a list of the sections required to construct the AT-AT and the CSS3 code to move […]

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