Free Ticket to Frontend 2010 Norway 123

Free Ticket to Frontend 2010 Norway

I will be speaking at Frontend 2010 conference along with a big list of famous designers. The event will take place in Oslo, Norway on September 1st & 2nd, 2010. I have a last minute free conference ticket to give away. Enter a comment in this post before Aug 24, 2010 for your chance to win a free ticket. If you are buying the conference tickets, enter "WDW" coupon code to save 10% discount.

Update: the winner is #58.

Themify Launched 81

Themify Launched

You may probably notice that I haven't been updating Web Designer Wall for a while. I've been working very hard on a new project called Themify, a premium WordPress theme shop. It is a collaboration with Darcy Clarke, who is an amazing developer. Each theme is packed a framework and bunch of custom widgets. With the framework, you can apply theme settings, style everything, apply skins, and import/export the setting data. Let me know what your thoughts. Also, don't forget to follow us on Twitter @themify.

Free Ticket to FITC San Francisco 194

Free Ticket to FITC San Francisco

I have a free FITC San Francisco to give away. To get it: you just need to enter a comment in this post before August 6, 2010 and the winner will be selected randomly. The event will take place in San Francisco between Aug 17th to 19th. If you are getting the tickets, use coupon code "wdwluv" to get 10% discount. For more information, visit the FITC website.

Update: the winner is #109

Interview With ZURB 79

Interview With ZURB

For those of you who been reading my blog should be familiar with ZURB. They are the guys who created those fantastic web apps — Bounce, Notable, and Verify. If you read online tutorials a lot, you may have probably stumbled upon their Playground before where they post various CSS and Javascript tutorials. Today, I'm happy to have ZURB here at Web Designer Wall to talk about their team and work.

ScrollTo Posts With jQuery 122

ScrollTo Posts With jQuery

Inspired by the CargoCollective and David DeSandro's site, I asked my Twitter followers (@nickla) on how to do the scrollto posts with jQuery. Within a day, Ben Bodien of Neutron Creations sent back a quick demo on how to replicate the similar result with the ScrollTo plugin. The script finds your current view position and scroll to the next or previous post accordingly. Check out the demo to see what I'm talking about.

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