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Archived issues include all four main columns:
The Tips Jar Web design tutorials that range from essential knowledge to super-cool techniques to clever, quirky, and fun tricks.
Webmaster's Q & A Where reader-submitted questions about all things related to website design and website promotion are answered.
Life's Little Goodies What goes on inside our head impacts our online and offline success, so this column offers conversation about our mindset and the personal evolution we all go through in life.
Off the Cuff This column could be about anything: SEO, online marketing, graphics, idea generation, tech tips, copywriting, keyword research, link building and so on.
At the time of this writing the archives go back to Issue 197 - the current issue is 262 - so there are at least 65 issues available as of August 2013. The farther beyond that date you're reading this the more issues there will be available.
Not counting the boilerplate pages (opening splash page, closing disclaimer page, etc,) the average issue is probably around 10 or 11 pages, so there are at least 650 pages of content already in the archives for you!
More issues are added every few weeks—new issues and older ones. The old issues will eventually go back as far as I can without including outdated content. I'm guessing that will be somewhere between issues 100 to 125. Then I'll take the best content that's useful from the rest and make some special editions from them.
Here's a quick two-minute video tour of the archives...
There's a ton of great content in there . . . maybe two tons! You can read the PDFs online or download them to your computer.
I didn't lock the content in the PDF files, so you can copy and paste code right from the PDFs.
Some of the tutorials include links to online demonstrations of whatever the tutorial is teaching. I do this whenever I think an online demonstration will significantly enhance the tutorial.
Below is a very small sample of the content you'll find inside...
The Tip's Jar
Prefetching Images and Video with HTML 5
Using Multiple Background Images with CSS3
Create Your Own URL Shortener
The Coolest Textarea Ever!
At Last! Font Options for our Web Pages!
3-Column Layout, No Tables
Form Button Text Change on Click
Append Icons to Links Automatically
HTML 5 Article Element
Off the Cuff
5 Ways to Bust a Creativity Block
How to Find Good Keywords
Beware of Over-optimizing a Website
The Most Common Mistake Webmasters Make
5 Tips to Create More Compelling Content
10 Rules of Life
8 Hidden Persuasion Tips
The Battle for Visitors
7 Tips to Protect Your Domain from Domain Theft
5 Tips to Creating Better Content
Webmaster's Q & A
Celebrity Pics and Copyrights
How to Flow Text
Centering Liquid Tables and Divisions
Semantics and Search Engines
Search Engine Submissions, How Often is Best?
Blogs or Static Site, Which is Best?
Validation and Search Rankings
Life's Little Goodies
How to Be Successful without Really Trying
Guesses at Reality
Awkward and Humble in Your Presence
The Freedom to Fail
Welcome to Your Blind Spot
10 Tips for Late Bloomers
What They're Not Telling You about Success
A Better Way to Worry
How to Be Larger than Life
That's just the content from 10 issues, there are 65 issues inside now, with a whole lot more on the way. Simple put...
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