EasyMapBuilder makes it drop-dead easy to create customized Google Maps. Add multiple markers, choose from 50+ styles, and customize the controls – all in seconds. Maps created with the tool are fully responsive and ready for all devices.
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When trouble strikes your site, are you ready to respond instantly? EasySiteMonitor watches for unexpected changes and downtime, and sends you alerts whenever there’s a problem.
Hummingbird is a photo gallery plugin for WordPress that showcases large photos in a full-screen view. A tiled selection view is included too. Galleries created with the plugin are fully responsive and look beautiful on all devices.
The lightbox effect (aka click-to-zoom) is one of the most popular effects for showcasing photos. Our free tool makes it a snap to add to your site!
As a web designer, a diverse toolbox can save you dozens of minutes every day. If you don’t have your own toolbox yet, here are 15 gems to get you started.
To help put you in a festive mood, we’re featuring a holiday-themed article this week. What could be more appropriate at this time of year than adding a snowstorm to your webpage? I’ll give you a pre-baked script plus the recipe for this holiday treat.
XML is one of the most commonly used technologies in web and software development. In this article, I will introduce XML in principle and in practice, giving you a sound grasp of the basics.
What exactly is a web service? I’m going to show you by building a real-world application that determines where your site visitors are coming from.
We’ve received several requests for a tutorial showing how to create an infinite image scroller or carousel – something that’s not quite covered by either EasyRotator or the XML Flash Slideshow Creator v4. In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the simple steps.
Two features that are occasionally requested for EasyRotator are permalinking (linking to specific slides in a rotator) and keyboard navigation. Both of these features are easily implemented by adding some jQuery code to your page, and we’ll cover the process in this article.