Legal

Interested in what’s going with copyright laws, gaming laws and the first amendment when it comes to digital media and the internet? The Digital Media Lawyer Blog by David D. Johnson, a digital media lawyer, offers a wealth of articles on current and past lawsuits and other news and updates

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Causes & Non-ProfitsOpen Source & APIsScripts

If you’re trying to get an auction site up and running quickly, give Webid a try. It is still in beta stages, but is already a popular open-source auction solutions, written in PHP and customizable. Webid features an administration panel, quick install and setup, different themes and easy integration with

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HTML5Mobile, ResponsiveReference & Tutorials

Designing websites for the iPhone or any other mobile phone is very different from designing websites for a desktop. When you add to this that the new HTML5 standard, it becomes even more of a challenge to keep up. But there is at least one easy way to start learning

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Web Design, Development

The saying “if you need to ‘see’ something, look at something else” really holds true when it comes to design inspiration. Dan Lockton is now offering a new version of his free design kit ‘Design with Intent’. The kit includes “101 Patterns for Influencing Behaviour Through Design”, a set of

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Content & WritingCopyrightLegal

>> If you’ve received a notice from Getty Images, read this thread on WebHostingTalk.com and this article and comments on nctritech.com. Have you received a cease and desist notice asking you to take down content from your website, or stop engaging in an activity? Before you take action, inform yourself

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Reference & TutorialsScamming, Security, PrivacyWeb Design, Development

At the Google Code University (GCU) does not require registration and materials are free to use. It includes tutorials and courses on advanced topics, video lectures and exercises. Find courses like , and and lots of info on . Related posts: Free Open Source Code Editor for Multiple Languages Source

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CSSWeb Design, Development

A compact cheat sheet on CSS structure and rules can be found at HTMLhelp.com. Find cascading rules, including author’s versus website readers stylesheet rules and specificity. It also has a quick run-down on pseudo-classes and pseudo elements and basic syntax rules like grouping of ID and class selectors and declarations

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