Providing the tools you need to design and build your website. Whether you are an experienced hand coder or using one of the powerful CMS's that are on the market you will find something useful here.
This is the most comprehensive content slider I have designed to date. You can have a total of 20 slides with captions. The slider was written in PHP and is highly configurable and simple to setup and configure. You can add and remove individual slides on the fly by simply turning them on or off. To get started go to the img folder and add your images. Then open configure.php and start creating your slider.
Simply follow the instructions inside that file and you will have your slider ready to add to your website. And as with everything I create, the slider is fully responsive/fluid in design.
This is a highly modified version of the popular UberGallery by Chris Kankiewicz.
It has been modified to work with RavenNuke version 2.5. and as a standalone version by g Michael Boyles 2019.
* Distributed under the MIT license.
To use UberGallery with your RavenNuke CMS and Standalone install is easy. Here's the steps to follow.
** For RavenNuke CMS version only
For questions about this modified version go HERE.
Code editing. Redefined. Free. Built on open source. Runs everywhere.
Go beyond syntax highlighting and autocomplete with IntelliSense, which provides smart completions based on variable types, function definitions, and imported modules.
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"Remake" is a highly configurable content based theming system for RavenNuke V2.5 (RN) "Remake" is not about the RN files I edited, that was a one-time thing just to make them compatible with "Remake". Now my attention can be directed at RN integration.
This is not RavenNuke Version 3 or Raven CMS. What it is though is a theming system designed to make your RavenNuke theme responsive. Along the way, I had to edit a lot of the RavenNuke V2.5 core files and modules to meet my goal. I had to make them HTML5, CSS3 compliant as well as responsive.
I have created something new that will have to grow and mature to be truly worthwhile. It is my hope that by releasing “Remake” to the public as BETA release candidate 1 that you will help me reach my final goal. And that is to have a fully integrated theming system for RavenNuke V2.5 or V3 or Raven CMS.
In the future files will change because nothing is ever released in a perfect form. It takes a lot of committed and dedicated people to make things better. I do hope that the finger-pointers and trolls will stay out of the mix. Please post and let me know what needs to change and if it is within the goals I am going to include below, I will work hard to make it happen.
You can download "Remake" in the Community Downloads Area.
Learn To Code Your Own Website. Here are a few good go-to resources.
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Easy-to-use online form builder for every business. Create online forms and publish them. Get an email for each response. Collect data.
This is absolutely the best one-stop source for all of your form needs. Jotform is a San Francisco based firm who got their start way back in 2006 by Aytekin Tank and they have only gotten better ever since. Tech Times recognized JotForm online form integration on Slack as one of the "Best Productivity Apps" of 2016.
"I have used Jotform for years and in my line of work as a web designer I can safely say that there is none better!" - Papa Mike Creations
As of 2015, JotForm had 2 million registered users and 7,000 form templates. The forms can be integrated on external sites including MailChimp, PayPal, Stripe, and Salesforce. Why not give Jotform a try, it's FREE to try and use with limitations. Upgrade to the premium plan that best suit your needs.
is the most used programming language today. There are a multitude of CMS applications that are built primarily on PHP, including WordPress, Joomla, and so many more. Follow the links to learn more about this highly used programming language.
HTML and CSS
are the fundamental technologies for building Web pages: HTML (html and xhtml) for structure, CSS for style and layout, including WebFonts. Find resources for good Web page design as well as helpful tools.
What is WebFonts? -WebFonts is a technology that enables people to use fonts on demand over the Web without requiring installation in the operating system. W3C has experience in downloadable fonts through HTML, CSS2, and SVG. Until recently, downloadable fonts have not been common on the Web due to the lack of an interoperable font format. The WebFonts effort plans to address that through the creation of an industry-supported, open font format for the Web (called "WOFF").
-XHTML is a variant of HTML that uses the syntax of XML, the Extensible Markup Language. XHTML has all the same elements (for paragraphs, etc.) as the HTML variant, but the syntax is slightly different. Because XHTML is an XML application, you can use other XML tools with it (such as XSLT, a language for transforming XML content).
-CSS is the language for describing the presentation of Web pages, including colors, layout, and fonts. It allows one to adapt the presentation to different types of devices, such as large screens, small screens, or printers. CSS is independent of HTML and can be used with any XML-based markup language. The separation of HTML from CSS makes it easier to maintain sites, share style sheets across pages, and tailor pages to different environments. This is referred to as the separation of structure (or: content) from presentation.
All popular browsers are CSS responsive and to be able to create a website you need to know some form of CSS. Here's a couple of videos that will help you immensely. You can watch them right here - go Fullscreen