Sometimes, our developers are a bit too busy to come up with blog topics on their own. They’ve requested we have the masses feed them to them directly, instead. So in an effort to make their lives easier (and to stop us from having to beat posts out of them each week), we’ve created a new category: Ask HTMList.com. Here, we hope to open up to our readers and answer any of your questions on anything ranging from UI/UX design concepts, complex development issues, architecture and code concepts and everything in between. We’d also love for you to seek reviews of websites, services, books or anything else related to technology or that you happen to find interesting in the field.
So start submitting your ideas for topics you’d like us to cover, your questions, and your links for our review now! We’ve added this handy form that shows up on the sidebar when you are in the Ask HTMList section of the site to make it easier on you. And of course, you can email your questions to ask [at] htmlist [dot] com. Try to stump us; we’ll let you know if we had to cave to Google in our responses!
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