Creating snippets in Sublime Text 2 is super easy, quick and highly recommended. If you want to increase your coding speed, setting up snippets can be extremely helpful. Not only will they save you from RSI in the future, they will give you more time to hang out with you pals at the cafe.
Boilerplates, bootstraps or whatever you want to call them have become a valuable resource for any web developer. Not only do they provide great knowledge into the best practices to use, they also save us vast amounts of time.
Back in the day, there was great pleasure in coding something up from scratch. In this day and age, I think most people are more than happy to start with a base, whatever that base might be. All of the resources listed below can be used in any way that suits you.
HTML lists are very common in everyday web development. You might be familiar with unordered lists (
<ul>) and ordered lists (
<ol>), which are the most commonly used, but you might not be aware that there are a few other options to consider. Like the definition list (
<dl>) and the menu (
<menu>) element, which was deprecated in HTML4, but has been reintroduced in HTML5.
During the last few months I have had a few enquires about the processes I use on a weekly basis to get Web Design Weekly out the door each Friday (whilst working full-time). The workflow has evolved and will continue to.