A while ago WordPress added the ability to easily give captions to images within posts and pages. Most bloggers choose to style images in one way or another using CSS, and the caption provides an opportunity to for designers and bloggers to do some customization here. When you're inserting an image into a post or page you'll see the options shown below, which include entering a caption. If you leave this field blank the caption coding will not be added, but if you fill it in the caption coding will be added.
Navigation is an important part of web design from a usability perspective. However, links and navigation menus also provide opportunities to improve the visual appearance of the site, or to add some interesting effects. If you're looking to create a navigation menu that stands out from the crowd, jQuery provides plenty of options. In this post we'll feature 25 tutorials that will show you how to jQuery and CSS to create some interesting effects. How to Make a Smooth Animated Menu with jQuery
Wacom tablets allow graphic designers to extend their abilities. If you're like me and you're interested in learning more about working with Wacom tablets, there are plenty of tutorials available. This post features more than 40 such tutorials, including a number of video tutorials. Some deal with the basics of Wacom tablets and getting them setup correctly, while others demonstrate more advanced usage. Additionally, some of the tutorials could be completed without a tablet, but the author uses one for at least portions of the tutorial.