30 Websites to follow if you’re into Web Development

May 21 2008 by Jacob Gube | 166 Comments

I’ve made it a goal to learn at least one useful thing each day so that I can stay sharp and well-versed on the topic of web development and design. To that end, here’s some of the websites I keep track of to find new techniques, resources, and news about building websites.

Most of these sites are updated frequently, so there’s never a lack of new content that fills up my Google Reader.

Because the role of the web developer is ever-expanding, I’ve also included a variety of sites that covers fields relating to web development – such information architecture, user interaction, and web/graphics design.

1. NETTUTS

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NETTUTS is a recently launched blog/tutorial site that provides "spoonfed web skills". There are already plenty of useful and detailed tutorials that range from offloading static content to Amazon S3 to creating a beautiful tabbed content area using jQuery. NETTUTS is perfect for developers just starting out, since the tutorials are very thorough and in a "step by step" format. For more advanced developers, it’s an excellent source of inspiration and learning new techniques.

2. woork

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Woork is a blog by Antonio Lupetti, a developer from Italy. He provides short, easily-consumable tutorials on various topics of web development such as PHP, Cold Fusion, JavaScript, and CSS. His knack for creating beautiful tutorials, chock full of custom-made images that illustrates the concepts he talks about is a testament to the detail and "work" that Antonio puts in each of his posts. Check out his awesome tutorial on a "Top-Down approach to simplify your CSS code" where he explains his preference on creating and formatting stylesheets.

3. Web Designer Wall

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Web Designer Wall is a blog by Nick La that features design ideas and elaborate, stunning tutorials such as creating a CSS gradient Text Effect – a technique that uses an image overlay over normal XHTML text, and jQuery tutorials for designers which showcases ten techniques to get you started with jQuery.

4. Smashing Magazine

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I won’t say much about Smashing Magazine since most of us have probably heard of it, but if you haven’t, Smashing Magazine is an excellent resource for web designers and developers looking to be inspired. Smashing Magazine also manages to publish almost everyday, despite their very detailed and thorough posts.

5. Vitamin

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Vitamin offers a large amount of information on the topic of web development and design. With many contributors, Vitamin manages to cover a wide range of topics including Ajax, CSS, development techniques, best practices, and workflow management.

6. Wake Up Later

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Wake Up Later is the blog of Samuel Ryan, a freelance web developer/designer. Rather than covering specific web development techniques or providing tutorials, he talks about general web development related things such as reasons not to write your own code, tips on improving productivity, and common design mistakes made by developers.

7. Snook.ca

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Snook.ca is run by Jonathan Snook, an icon in web development and design. His blog provides tutorials and articles about PHP, JavaScript, and more recently (the blog dates back to 2001), Adobe AIR. He also provides useful resources and bookmarks that are worth a read, and talks about things that are part of being a web developer such as project management via email and maintaining your personal brand online.

8. Signal vs. Noise

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Signal vs. Noise is a design/usability company blog by the people over at 37 Signals – known for developing remarkable web applications such as Basecamp and their involvement in the popular open source web application framework, Ruby On Rails. The blog gives insights about being a productive and effective web application developer and keeping things simple, with entries such as "Workaholics fixate on inconsequential details" and "Sleep deprivation is not a badge of honor".

9. Adaptive Path Ideas

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adaptive path’s company blog offers news and posts on the topic of user interface design. There’s a variety of useful posts that cover the topic of creating user-friendly designs (not limited to just web applications). Some things the adaptive path crew writes about are "Tips for presenting the look & feel to a client" and "The Lure of the Single Click".

10. Tutorial Blog

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Tutorial Blog provides handy tutorials, resources, and lists on various web development and design topics such as code snipplets for web designers, using layer comps in Photoshop to manage designs, and Flash tutorials. Tutorial Blog has a section on user-submitted tutorials which allows readers to share their own tutorials.

11. WebAppers

WebAppers

WebAppers is a blog created by Ray Cheung, a freelance web developer. The premise of WebAppers is to provide news and resources related to open source and free applications that are useful to web developers and designers. From cost-free fonts and icons to navigation menus and image galleries, WebAppers seeks to hunt down useful tools and applications aimed at reducing your time developing custom solutions.

12. Web Resources Depot

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Web Resources Depot is similar to WebAppers – it discusses new web resources that web developers and designers may find helpful. Web Resources Depot is an excellent way to stay up to date with what’s currently available out there all in one place.

13. Ajaxian

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With continual advancements in Ajax, it’s imperative to keep up to date with modern techniques and news. Ajaxian is the leading Ajax community run by some of the biggest names in the field. You’ll find information, reviews on JavaScript frameworks, helpful tools, and server-side technology specific (like PHP, RoR, and .NET) articles. If Ajax news and information is what you’re looking for, you can be sure to hear about it from Ajaxian.

14.DZone

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DZone is a social news site for developers. Users share links related to development and can vote on submissions (very much like Digg but limited to developer links). You can subscribe via RSS to various pages and sections such JavaScript, Flash/Flex, or databases if you want to get instant updates to things specific to your interests.

15. Design Float

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Design Float is social media site created for web and graphics designers. Like Dzone, people get to vote up submissions. You’ll find stuff about CSS, HTML, and Photoshop submitted to Design Float.

16. IBM’s developerWorks

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With the name camel-cased, you already know off-the-bat that it’s a great site for developers. developerWorks offers many articles and tutorials pertaining to development topics, not just about web development, but also on related fields such as systems administration and open source technologies and applications. developerWorks has a knack for writing about complex topics and boiling it down to consumable, understandable articles. Some of my bookmarks include "Debug and tune applications on the fly with Firebug" (an introduction to Firebug) and the "Make PHP apps fast, faster, fastest" series.

17. del.icio.us

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del.icio.us is a social bookmarking site where members can post bookmarks to keep and share. It’s not strictly for web developers but you can monitoring specific tags such as webdev, development, or javascript.

18. Sharebrain

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Sharebrain is site that shares useful resources for web workers. You can find resources and tutorials on various web development and design topics such as Photoshop tutorials, Usability, SEO Tools, CMS’s, and interviews.

19. Style Grind

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Style Grind shares useful news and information about web technologies and designs. Resources and news reported by Style Grind include a variety of web development and design topics such as updates on Erik Meyer’s CSS Reset and new plugins for jQuery.

20. PSDTUTS

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Your value as a web developer increases when you’re proficient in design as well. Some examples would be WordPress theme developers who not only know how to develop themes, but can also design them. PSDTUTS is a great place to improve on Photoshop skills and is a site I follow to learn more about graphics/web design.

21. Design Reviver

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Design Reviver is aimed at providing useful information for web designers. You can visit to read tutorials such getting started with 3D in Flash, to get free downloads like Photoshop brushes, and to find design inspiration.

22. Blog.SpoonGraphics

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Blog.SpoonGraphics is a blog about graphics and web design created by Chris Spooner, a graphics and web designer. You can find many tutorials on Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, free, downloadable resources like “Sliding Door” tab menus, articles for inspiration, and news.

23. John Resig

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John Resig is the self-titled blog of John Resig – a premier JavaScript developer and author most known for his creation of jQuery, a popular JavaScript framework. John Resig’s blog shares his thoughts about JavaScript development and web applications. It’s where I found out about the release of his new project: Processing.js (a JavaScript port of the Processing programming language) and where he voiced his thoughts on Google Doctype.

24. Boxes and Arrows

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Boxes and Arrows is all about best practices, innovations, and trends in the topic of design – including information architecture, graphics design, and user interaction design. You can read about findability (how people look for information), counter-arguments of front-loading information above the fold, and web accessibility.

25. PHPDeveloper

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PHPDeveloper brings together news and resources about PHP from blogs and sites that cover PHP. You’ll find reports varying from PHP video tutorials to interesting developments over at Zend.

26. Coding Horror

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Coding Horror is a very popular blog (over 100,000 RSS subscribers!) by Jeff Atwood, a software developer. He talks about web development too, posing questions such as Is HTML a Humane Markup Language?, discussing Amazon S3′s viability to host images, and sharing information on versioning databases.

27. O’Reilly Network

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The O’Reilly Network by O’Reilly Media (publisher of development books) features articles and blogs pertaining to web development and open technologies. Some recent articles include Creating Applications with Amazon EC2 and S3 and Getting Started with the Google App Engine. Some blogs that are part of the O’Reilly Network include WindowsDevCenter.com (for Windows Developers), ONJava.com (topics cover the Java language) and ONLamp.com (which talks about Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP).

28. Google doctype

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Google Doctype is Google’s new project that will include entries "by web developers for web developers". Currently, it doesn’t have very many articles, but it’s certainly a resource to follow in the upcoming months.

29. Web Monkey

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Web Monkey – the web developer’s resource is back! Though they’re just getting back to the swing of things, it’s definitely a website to keep track of.

30. Digital Web Magazine

Digital Web Magazine

Digital Web Magazine is the online magazine for web professionals (web designers, developers, information architects). You can find many things included here such PHP, Web Standards, and Programming.

Other notable sites to check out

  • 24 ways – an annual collection of 24 development and design articles by some of the leading website builders.
  • Noupe – Provides news and resources on web design and development.
  • Vandelay Design – a blog on web design and development by Steven Snell, who contributed to Six Revisions last month.
  • CSS Globe – Community-driven website on web standards.

If you’re looking for your favorite site and it’s not included here, check out something I wrote few months back called "20 Websites That Made Me A Better Web Developer" which talks about popular sites like A List Apart and 456 Berea Steet.

Because of the sheer quantity of great websites out there, I simply can’t talk about and share all of them (I wish I could), so I encourage you to share your own favorites in the comments section with the name, link, and a short description. In about a week, I’ll update this post with your suggestions. Thanks!

Updated (March 14, 2014): Corrected 3 URLs that have been moved (Snook.ca, Signal vs. Noise and adaptive path blog.

166 Comments

AK: The Bloggers Times

May 21st, 2008

I think you can also add my website
http://thebloggerstimes.com Which is more like Google news or Techmeme, Which collects posts from more than 400 blogs related to Blogging, SEO, web-design, PHP, Photoshop other related to webdesign. Certainly you can include it here.

Thank you
AK.
http://thebloggerstimes.com

Craig

May 21st, 2008

It would be awesome if someone could post me an OPML file of all these sites :D

Michael

May 22nd, 2008

Great list !
Knew some already, but others are completely new to me.

Bookmarked it. Thanks.

Noura Yehia

May 22nd, 2008

You need to add yours to the list ;)
Thanks for the mention.

siknus

May 22nd, 2008

For me it’s easy to twitter-follow http://twitter.com/dewebloper instead of all this stuff. He/she knows what’s really interesting.

Matthew 'Web Design' Adams

May 22nd, 2008

Great Sites. http://css-tricks.com/ is another good one with some cool video podcasts.

Henry Jones - Design Reviver

May 22nd, 2008

Thanks. It’s nice to included with such great company.

David

May 22nd, 2008

DevKick
DevKick assists web developers and designers in building modern web sites.

Michael Vogt

May 22nd, 2008

Hi.

Great list.

I wonder is a list apart (http://www.alistapart.com/) wouldn’t be a good addition to it.

Greetings,
Michael Vogt

Amy

May 22nd, 2008

thanks for the list, I was just starting to get bored with the same old RSS feeds I have. It’s nice to have something fresh!

Todd

May 22nd, 2008

You filled up my Google Reader. I knew of 4 of the sites, and the rest look like excellent reads. Thanks!

jakedahn

May 22nd, 2008

Someone should make an opml file of all the sites, to make it easy for everyone to subscribe.

Derek

May 22nd, 2008

Great list. I really dug woork, but he hasn’t posted in over a month!

HMERT

May 22nd, 2008

Thanks for the list, maybe these sites added later.
+ ajaxran.com
+ evolt.org

Chris

May 22nd, 2008

Great article and a bunch of great sites. I’ve put all the RSS feeds into an .OPML file so anyone can import it into their news readers. http://www.mediafire.com/?2lmbnvjqseb.

Anita CM

May 22nd, 2008

Great list of resources. Thanks for putting them all together in one place…

m0d

May 22nd, 2008

Thank you, that’s an awesome list. Starting to bookmark them all!

Jason Bartholme

May 22nd, 2008

Great links, Jacob. There are a bunch of sites I had not heard of. I’d also suggest Steven Snell’s Vandelay Website Design, he’s always got good resources for designers and developers.

deeks

May 22nd, 2008

Great list. I also use http://www.builder.com.

collis

May 22nd, 2008

oh wow, thanks for putting nettuts first! :-) Yay!

David Lano

May 22nd, 2008

Great list of sites. One you may want to add would be: http://css-tricks.com/

I’ve found it to be an incredibly useful resource over the past several months. Thanks!

Jacob Gube

May 22nd, 2008

Hey Everyone,

Thanks for the awesome feedback and I’m glad many found new things to add to their feed. Make sure to drop a comment about your favorite sites too – I know I can’t list them all, so I’ll need your help!

@Chris: Thanks you very much for creating the OPML file – it’s something I should have done in the first place and I really appreciate your help.

@Michael Vogt: ALA is definitely an excellent website to track and I think most people have heard of them. I’ve also written about them numerous times and this time I wanted to include sites that are a little less familiar (there’s some exceptions like Smashing Magazine for example, but for the most part I think these sites are fresh).

@Jason Bartholme: Vandelay Design is awesome, and Steven and I have guest posted on each other’s blog. Here’s his post on Six Revisions, and here’s mine on Vandelay Design, if anyone’s interested.

@Jacob Cass: Hey bud, thanks for posting! Thanks for the resource link, excellent collection as well!

@collis: No problem, NETTUTS is great and I wish you all the best – you can probably see by my comments over there that I’m a big fan.

aleeesha

May 22nd, 2008

I like Design Meltdown for inspiration and an overview of popular design trends.

http://www.designmeltdown.com

Shycon Design

May 22nd, 2008

Great list. I’m a big fan of the *TUTS sites. http://pshero.com/ is another similar site… its worth adding to your reader and skimming over (or doing) the tutorials everyday

Chris Coyier

May 22nd, 2008

Nice list! And thanks to all the commentors that mentioned CSS-Tricks!

Dean

May 22nd, 2008

6. Wake Up Later -> The link “reasons not to write your own code” takes me to a page titled “5 Reasons You Should Write Your Own Code.”

Needless to say, I was mildly saddened.

Haduvo Design Fusion

May 22nd, 2008

great list.

haduvodesignfusion.com

Drake

May 22nd, 2008

Not a single one of these actually talks about Design. Photoshop tutorials are not design. Neither are articles about CSS/XHTML or Flash.

I like http://astheria.com and http://andyrutledge.com because they actually talk about design theory.

Television Spy

May 22nd, 2008

Great collection and list.

Jacob Gube

May 22nd, 2008

@Dean: Oops. I meant to link to -> reasons not to write your own code. Thanks for the catch, it’s part of a two-part series of posts.

Toby Somerville

May 22nd, 2008

Another great resource for web development is:

http://www.sitepoint.com

Mark

May 22nd, 2008

Eh, how bout mezzoblue?

WorldWideWebDev

May 22nd, 2008

Great post! I’m curious if these or other sites also provide good internationalization/globalization/localizability development techniques for multi-language web sites.

Ben Leonard

May 22nd, 2008

Great list, you are now bookmarked my friend!

P.S if you get a chance take alook at my resource site Wipeout44.com Hope its worthy of your list ;)

Blog

May 22nd, 2008

Very good list of websites. IBM..

Mark

May 22nd, 2008

Thanks for the list!.

I love http://www.Ganato.com there you will find lot of psd icons and design resources (free layouts, buttons, css, etc)

Umut

May 22nd, 2008

@Jacob,

That’s a great list and thanks for including WebResourcesDepot.

Ben

May 22nd, 2008

As has been mentioned, http://www.alistapart.com

aLien

May 22nd, 2008

Awesome post !! very useful link for web developers and designers to develop a good web site.
I love Nettuts.com too…… lol

Sam

May 22nd, 2008

Nice list, but it doesn’t include http://alistapart.com/, which rules!

liam

May 23rd, 2008

#31 – Six Revisions :) – Nice collection.

Jake-DesignerFied

May 23rd, 2008

http://css-tricks.com/ for sure should be in that list. And I agree http://ajaxrain.com/ as well.

Nice list anyway!

androo

May 23rd, 2008

awesome collection… i currently frequent some of the sites listed however there were some on her that I haven’t… thanks!

Zack

May 23rd, 2008

Another emerging site I keep going back to is http://www.easykiss123.com

Math

May 23rd, 2008

You can also include this dose of inspiration :
http//en.fubiz.net

amir_arian

May 23rd, 2008

Thanks,but where is http://alistapart.com/ ?

yigit

May 23rd, 2008

Nice list anyway!

Gadfly

May 23rd, 2008

Nettuts apparently doesn’t post negative comments to their articles. I posted a comment to one article that they are improperly using code in violation of W3C recommendations and WCAG accessibility requirements. If the Nettuts site owner cannot “man up” to honest criticism, they are not worth it at all.

Jacob Gube

May 23rd, 2008

@Gadfly: Your comment may still be in moderation. I’ve posted constructive criticisms, suggestions for improvements, and flaws about jQuery code and XHTML mark-up on a couple of tutorials, and Collis has published them.

Nasirjumani

May 23rd, 2008

Great list, stumbled!

Peter

May 24th, 2008

I am humbled to have StyleGrind included among these other truly great sites. Thanks so much.

Bart

May 24th, 2008

Great list but http://cssmania.com/ is missung

Viswam

May 25th, 2008

What a collection of web sites! Great work
by
Viswam

Jennifer Jones

May 25th, 2008

Great List. Thanks

Jad

May 26th, 2008

Thanks for this collection :) it always help to make new creative ideas and designs

Aleks

May 26th, 2008

Great collection of nice websites!

But http://www.designpicks.de/ is missing :D

Daniel

May 26th, 2008

What about w3schools.com ?

Sabinder

May 27th, 2008

These are great sites – thanks for sharing.

Robert

May 27th, 2008

Hmmm, These are neat, and it is a pretty good list, but how is anyone meant to follow 30 websites? The blogging format seems fundamentally broken for this type of content. To improve my design skills, I bought a book – nicely structured and well thought out by an experienced teacher. For java solutions, there’s the developers almanac. If someone took the time to categorize, structure, rate and index this content, then it would be really useful!

Chris Harrison

May 27th, 2008

How did A List Apart (http://alistapart.com) not make this list?

Andrew

May 27th, 2008

Thanks for including Design Float!

Nodster

May 28th, 2008

Def missing out when you don’t have CSS tricks (http://www.css-tricks.com)

Computerden

May 28th, 2008

interesting sites. Can definitely help speed up the development process

Tom

May 28th, 2008

I was brought up on WebMonkey, great to see it back again! Couldn’t believe it was shut down – I learnt so much from that site.

Jeff Finley

May 28th, 2008

These links are really helpful. Nettuts is such a nice site. Wake Up Later also looks promising.

Welcome to Paradise

May 30th, 2008

I’m following more than 14 of the above mentioned website. Now I’ll also be following sixrevisions.com too.

But I have to tell you that you’ve missed out some great sites like, stumbleupon, digg, cssremix. They should’ve been in this list too.

Antonio Lupetti

May 30th, 2008

Hi friends! Thanks to added my site in this grat post. I really appreciated.
Antonio

matthewmurdoch

May 30th, 2008

Jacob, this is just what I was looking for tonight! Thanks for your work! Found you on Digg. I’ll link over from my site.

Danny Thomson

May 31st, 2008

you forgot one that is really great.. http://www.DynamicDrive.com

Help Developer

May 31st, 2008

Fantastic list, I always like to find new graphic design blogs and I found a couple of new ones with this list so thank you.

I would also like to add my blog as well: http://help-developer.com, I put a lot of work into trying to get my blog as favoured as the ones shown in this list.

Danny

June 1st, 2008

Good resources, thanks.

I do most work on PHP but now ROR is looking good too…

John Campbell

June 1st, 2008

Great list, there are so many helpful sites for designers and web developers.

I really like http://www.designbump.com – it is like digg for designers.

Drupal Museum

June 2nd, 2008

Excellent list.

Web design Company UK

June 3rd, 2008

If you are into flash then I would like to recommend flashkit.com. It offers useful resources and tutorials in flash including a rage of source .fla files to download and use on your website. A vats collection of resources that are updated regularly.

Nelly Yusupova

June 3rd, 2008

Great List. I would also add lifehacker.com to the list.

Patsy

June 4th, 2008

OMG – I’m now officially a RSS junkie!

istioselida

June 5th, 2008

great list! i have now plenty of reading to do!!

Laura

June 9th, 2008

Great list, haven’t seen much of these ones before! :)

Laura

Jeff Parks

June 11th, 2008

HI Jacob,

I’m the Podcast Editor for Boxes and Arrows. I thought your readers might be interested to know they can find the shows by following this link http://www.boxesandarrows.com/story/index/date/1444

We recently recorded nearly all of the presentations from the IA Summit in Miami this past April.

People can also subscribe in iTunes to get all the shows, if intereste.

A great list, I’ve used many of these sites for projects many times for clients.

Cheers!

Jacob Gube

June 11th, 2008

@Jeff Parks: Thanks for the heads-up!

Mark

June 12th, 2008

you have forgotten http://www.stylizedweb.com it’s really a good one too

user

June 12th, 2008

allsyntax.com rocks PHP

uzaktan eğitim

June 17th, 2008

Thanks. great list!

D. Diesil

June 17th, 2008

Ahh man!!!

This is exactly what I have been looking for.

Thanks a billion,
D. Diesil

Veera

June 28th, 2008

Great collection of sites. Subscribed to most of the sites listed here!

PoLR

July 1st, 2008

Excellent list – I’m a huge fan of smashing magazine already and there are a few new ones to visit on here.
Lynne – PoLR

Andy

July 6th, 2008

I want to say that you shouls remove pshero.com from that list. That blog steals tutorials from other countries websites translate it in english. He is a thief

Jacob Gube

July 7th, 2008

@Andy: Thanks for the heads-up. I’ll investigate this further and take the necessary actions to remedy this issue.

KNOWTEBOOK.COM

July 8th, 2008

Wow, interesting list: whats about http://www.knowtebook.com ??

miss erica

July 10th, 2008

Another great resource list – Web Developer’s Handbook avail at http://alvit.de/handbook/

Geoserv

July 15th, 2008

STUMBLED!

Great list, I frequent Smashing Magazine and A List Apart.

yamaniac

July 17th, 2008

I am a great fan of smashing Magazine, PSDtuts, you guys missed out Css-tricks. The content quality there is pretty cool!

jesse

July 18th, 2008

Wow, an awesome list. I used about 5 of these sites to get around the Web Dev world before I got to my job….this industry is growing fast and I’m glad to have been given a head start. Check out my company though, we do every type of website (Design and Develop) http://www.emagid.com

Jim

July 19th, 2008

Nice list, but I think you forgot two excellent resources that are absolute must-reads: Eric Meyer’s blog and the CSS Zen Garden. Both sites feature up-to-date information on layout and design and many tips and techniques for making your web design process both smooth and elegant.

Avenues_Nepal

July 21st, 2008

hey thanx a lot.. great help!! :-)

Deb harrison

August 7th, 2008

I clicked the button on my toolbar accidentally, but what a great piece! I shall read it a bit better when I have more time.

Thanks

CSS:Jockey

August 31st, 2008

Nice List, I am sure these resources would be a great inspiration. Thanks for sharing!!

CJ

Web Site Design and SEO

September 9th, 2008

great resource. I am a huge fan of vandelay designs too. The site is very beautiful and offers a lot of goodies. Your site looks great too. I have seen lots of goodies myself. I will surely revisit and post some comments on new postings.

Alanya Haber

September 26th, 2008

great resource and nice work

Steve Moses

October 6th, 2008

Nice list you have provided, but for javascript developers i would recommend http://www.Downloadjavascripts.com.

ChanHan Hy

October 24th, 2008

Very nice. I love it.

Gazikent

November 11th, 2008

Great List. Thanks

sorin

November 14th, 2008

Very nice and good links.
I have one more for you in case you wish to have a look.

http://www.we3box.com

I see loading only with FireFox for now. My I’m sure it’s just a start website and they will improve to load on internet explorer as well.

Anyway… I like the web3box site. I can move widgets and open windows in the same page!

DreamweaverSpot

November 15th, 2008

Finally a nice stumble. Thanks for putting this list together. This will come in handy.

Yuuzaa

December 3rd, 2008

Great list, thanks a lot.

road

January 3rd, 2009

it’s good. thanks a lot.

haber & news

January 8th, 2009

ohhh… thank you thank you.. very good

Ciyiz

January 12th, 2009

thanks very excellent list

CSD

February 2nd, 2009

Thanks for all the suggested sites. I think http://alistapart.com/ should definitely be in there as well.

suresh

March 21st, 2009

nice list. A couple of these are really amazing.

mani

April 1st, 2009

The Search Engine Optimization has become a integral part of website development today. So there must be some links to best of the SEO sites.

Your reply shall be welcome!

yabancı müzik

April 23rd, 2009

Very good list of websites.

canlı müzik dinle

April 23rd, 2009

great resource and nice work

ankara istanbul

April 23rd, 2009

very good.. thanks…

sikiş

May 10th, 2009

very good.very thanks

Jozko

June 9th, 2009

Nettuts is #1 for me. They rocks.

Andrew

June 26th, 2009

Very impressive – bookmarked, definitely.

dizi izle

July 8th, 2009

very good.very thanks

Jozko

July 8th, 2009

NETTUTS + SmashingMagazine are my favorites. But there are so many other useful sites too.

Netfloat

July 10th, 2009

interesting list for web designer indeed

Avery

July 16th, 2009

I clicked the button on my toolbar accidentally, but what a great piece! I shall read it a bit better when I have more time.

Thanks

stina

July 20th, 2009

could someone upload the opml file again?
mediafire link doesnt work anymore…

Goran Web

August 31st, 2009

Well I only know of a few of them. I will have to try out the rest and give you some feedback. Looks interesting.

Biber Hapı

September 6th, 2009

Finally a nice stumble. Thanks for putting this list together. This will come in handy.

Vijay Joshi

September 9th, 2009

I follow about 10 of them. Time to open google reader and pull others also.
Thanks for the awesome list.
I would also suggest http://davidwalsh.name/

Haber

October 16th, 2009

its very nice projected.

Case Ernsting

October 19th, 2009

Very thorough list. Are there any sites where local web developers can find the other web developers in their geographic proximity?

Karachi

October 24th, 2009

This was a great article indeed. I dont know but somebody forgot to put Six Revsions in top 30 ;)

Amber Weinberg

November 13th, 2009

script and style http://www.scriptandstyle.com is a good one as well :)

haber

December 4th, 2009

this was a great article indeed. I dont know but somebodyforgot to put Six Revsions in top 30 :) thankyou

türküler

February 22nd, 2010

There an extensive list of other language specific characters that you can directly type with a key combination on

spor

April 24th, 2010

it’s very helpfull, thanks…

yoomark

May 6th, 2010

Nice tutorial for web developer.thanks…..

Dünya Kupası

May 13th, 2010

Nice tutorial for web developer.

Aowonubi

May 23rd, 2010

This page is easily the greatest resource i’ve got i’m really new to the game and still learning html but this info should put me on the fast lane….i’m spending alot of time on http://www.w3schools.com

beypazari

May 25th, 2010

very helpful topic, thank you

permatec

May 31st, 2010

Thanks for your helpful post.As a web development i really need it…..

Samir

June 18th, 2010

We have also started new initiative http://rapidop.com. Lets create something better..

Matthew Wehrly

August 12th, 2010

Just found this article, great list. I hadn’t heard of a few of these. Thanks!

Keatin

September 2nd, 2010

Pretty good site for news and top level interesting stuff. Interesting for a lunch read – not too much tech detail.

njmehta

September 3rd, 2010

I just recently discovered your site and appreciate you sharing your bout with Web Design & development with the world.but this site also search best knowledge Web Design & development.

Nisha Shah

September 22nd, 2010

Excelllent source of information, Big thanks. [:)]

Cecil Perie

November 5th, 2010

I wouldn’t assume I’ve ever found a new web site with this many remarks on it!

Paul Harris

November 28th, 2010

nice website mentioned.

sal

December 10th, 2010

I wouldn’t assume I’ve ever found a new web site with this many remarks on it!

SARAVANAN

December 15th, 2010

THANK U SIX SIXREVISIONS, ITS VERY USEFUL FOR DESIGNER

Matthew

January 5th, 2011

Great article, some nice sites.

Matthew

January 7th, 2011

I’ve added all these into my rss reader, great list of web dev sites. thanks!

guzel sozler

January 14th, 2011

I’ve ever found a new web site with this many remarks on it!

wva

February 16th, 2011

Some jewels in your list! and the rest is very inspirational, thanks for sharing.

Subhasish

February 17th, 2011

w3resource.com is a free online web development tutorial site.It started with more than 1000 pages of content, hundreds of examples and an online editor so that learners can practice online.

They have a RSS feed so that regular updates can be followed.

PraP

February 20th, 2011

More than handyyy…..thankXXXXX

haber

April 7th, 2011

Great collection of sites. Subscribed to most of the sites listed here..

sawebdesigns

May 17th, 2011

I like PSDTUTS

son haberi

June 17th, 2011

Great and very useful collection.

Mani

August 5th, 2011

Good collections but missed some more useful web tutorial websites.

Anthony

December 9th, 2011

Even though this article is a few years old I found sites that I’ve never been to that are just awesome. Being a web designer, a lot of this help out. I would add 365psd though. I find some good stuff there.

Flexa

October 10th, 2012

This is a top website over here. I think I’ll visit your website more

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