Making our coding standards public

Making our coding standards public

For developers like ourselves at XHTMLized, code is not just a bunch of weird-looking lines which propel your website. We live in code every day. Code is art for us.

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CSS3 Cube – Our first open source plugin

CSS3 Cube – Our first open source plugin

Recently we have added a fancy rotating CSS3 cube to our home page. Now we are releasing the cube script as our first open source plugin so you can customize it and use in your projects!

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Fixized.com – New Service by XHTMLized

Fixized.com – New Service by XHTMLized

Modern cars are stuffed with such sophisticated electronics that owners do not often decide to fix them by themselves. The same can be said for modern websites! And this is why we are happy to announce a new service: an online garage for your website called Fixized!

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PSD to HTML is Not Dead

PSD to HTML is Not Dead

Nick Pettit’s article PSD to HTML is Dead on Treehouse provoked a passionate discussion. While the article is a nice summary of the current PSD to HTML workflow and its limitation, it’s missing a few important points. In this article, I’ll show you why PSD to HTML is not dead.

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Web Design Trends 2014

Web Design Trends 2014

In the first article on our blog in the new year 2014, we will start with an inspiring selection of articles predicting web design trends in 2014, and follow with an infographics showing what the last year was like at XHTMLized.

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