Slash Coding is back now!

Hey reader. I would like to apologize for not being able to post on Slash Coding for over four months now. I have been really busy with my college, and I have also been working on various projects over the last three months, which took almost the entire time. But I did not forget about

Creating a stylish jQuery Tooltip using a Plugin

I can bet that you have seen a tooltip on almost every page that you visit. Web developers may know this by the name of a title attribute for an element. The value for the title is displayed as a tooltip on HTML browsers. For instance, if you hover on any image on Slash Coding, you will

Using Google fonts on your Website

Earlier last week, I shared a tutorial with you on how to use custom fonts on your website to get the desired result on your webpages. Regarding that, one of the readers emailed me asking to share a tutorial on how to use Google fonts in your website design. I thought of sharing this tutorial with everyone,

Responsive Design vs Mobile Website : The Battle

People have started using mobile devices for browsing the web, and a lot of people spend more time on their mobile phones than on their laptops. When browsing the internet on the phone, everyone would like to view a website that is optimized for viewing on a mobile device. If you try to open the

How to Create a Sticky Menu Bar using jQuery

I bet you have seen quite a few websites where in when you scroll the webpage, the menu bar of that webpage gets fixed or stuck at the top to allow you to easily navigate the website. In technical terms, it is called a Sticky Menu Bar. A sticky item is something that just sticks

4 Tips to Create a Top Selling Idea For your Business

Creating an idea for a project is one of the most tough jobs. Deciding on what thing to do that would help people, or in turn just earn money for some people is very difficult. Despite these facts, there a few tips that you can keep in mind to create  a top selling idea in

How to use Custom Fonts in your Web Design : 2 Ways

Custom Fonts for a website, or a single webpage are becoming common these days. The reason behind this is that people want to showcase the content on their website in various different fonts, and the natively supported fonts on various computers and browsers is very low. I have used a lot of different fonts for different websites