Posts Tagged ‘CSS’

Creating Mobile User Interfaces for SharePoint 2013

Guest Blog Post by Randy Drisgill Because of SharePoint’s prominent role for both corporate intranets and public facing internet sites, there is often a strong push to have SharePoint serve information in a mobile friendly layout. There are several ways to approach this topic in SharePoint 2013. First, because SharePoint 2013 supports modern browsers, you could […]

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CSS and JavaScript Bundling and Minification in ASP.NET 4.5

ASP.NET 4.5 includes a new feature to minify and bundle CSS and JavaScript within your web application. If you use any of the default project templates in Visual Studio 2012, this new feature is turned on. What Is Bundling and Minification? Most static content files, such as CSS and JavaScript, contain a lot of whitespace […]

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365 Days in the Computer & Technology Top 100: Jon Duckett’s HTML & CSS

 Today marks a major milestone for a favorite new book of mine, Jon Duckett’s HTML & CSS. According to Amazon’s rankings of bestsellers in their "Computers & Technology" category, this book has now been in the top 100 for 365 days or a full year. Most of that year the book has been fairly planted […]

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Having a successful new author is fun

One of things I get the most satisfaction from in my job is finding a good new author and having their book be a success. I’ve had the good fortune this year to work with two of the best new authors I’ve worked with in a long time. I’ll write about the other one in […]

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A NOT Wrox HTML & CSS book

Last fall we published a new HTML and CSS book. Ordinarily, that wouldn’t be news. But this is a very different book for the Wrox team, so different in fact that we chose not to call it Wrox but simply let people know it’s "from the publishers of Wrox." The book has gradually generated tremendous […]

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Wrox DRM-Free ebooks now lower priced than print

If you’ve been following my blog since February, you know that we started then with 24 Wrox ebooks that we began selling as DRM-free PDFs (PDFs with no digital rights management). We’ve listened to a lot of feedback about our DRM-free PDF ebooks this year and are happy to announce two really big permanent steps […]

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More than 60 Wrox DRM-free ebooks available

Today we’re thrilled to announce that Wrox has more than 60 first 24  DRM-free PDF ebooks are available for purchase from Wrox.com. Updated: We’ve been adding to this list of available DRM-free books for several months now. Please check back often for all the newest available books. Updated Dec 2010: Please see the news about […]

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Creating Your Own WordPress Theme

Creating Your Own WordPress Theme Now you know how to install and activate a theme on your site as well as what the different aspects of the theme are. It’s time to take the next step and make your own theme. You can start a theme from scratch, but why not stand on the shoulders […]

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Wrox PDF Ebooks DRM-free

  I’ve mentioned a couple of times in response to questions on the p2p.wrox.com forums and twitter that 2010 would be a big year for ebook changes for Wrox. Today I’m happy to announce the first of those: selling Wrox PDF ebooks DRM-free from Wrox.com (and Wrox’s parent Wiley.com). [Updated Feb 4: Here’s our announcement […]

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Ebookpie.com launches with Wrox Chapters and ebooks

Ebookpie.com launched today and as part of their announcement, they mention both Wrox ebooks and chapters. We’re happy to add ebookpie.com to the growing list of retail partners who sell our ebooks. And I’m especially happy to have them selling our ebooks by the chapter. They’ve picked up Wrox’s "Chapters on Demand" idea as part […]

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