Creating your own Google Map is a great way to share information or just as a map that tells you where all of your friends live.
As you may know, any website is more than just what you see. Every page on the web is a puzzle in and of itself, put together into a working piece. But how many pieces does a website have?
The Internet gives us all the knowledge we could dream of at an unbelievable rate. So fast, in fact, that it can sometimes feel impossible to filter through its massive cloud of distraction and stay motivated to get work done.
If web development was a car, the front-end - or what the user sees - is the appearance from the color, muscle build, and interior design. The Back-end would be what’s underneath the car. While you cannot see it initially, this is what really makes the car operate.
You probably do not realize it but you use buttons every time you surf the web. In this tutorial I am going to show you how to make custom buttons to put your website on the map and really interact with your audience.
Anyone who’s interested in the internet - or publishing content on the web - should know the basics of HTML. It might feel overwhelming at first to see what’s happening on the other side of a website, but if you give it just a few minutes, you’ll find yourself making little web pages for fun.
Ghost is a new blogging platform that has recently been released. It's a minimally designed platform dedicated to the written word. Initially a Kickstarter project, Ghost is now in the wild. Ghost exists currently as a downloadable set of files that can be uploaded to a web server or tested on a local server, with an actual hosted service similar to Wordpress.com coming soon.