Over at bestpsdfreebies.com, they have a nice call-to-action button template as a free download. Make sure to check it out and download it.
Remember that the checkbox’s “class” have to all be the same for those checkboxes that you want to check with the function. In this example the class is “checkboxClass”.
This is a quick post where I just wanted to make others aware of these cool free tools and resources available.
- Smashing Magazine blog post about using Opera’s Mobile Emulator to test how web sites look on mobile. The article has a link to where you can download the emulator.
- Mobilizer, a free Adobe Air tool in beta, where you can test how web sites look on mobile.
- Onextrapixel.com with a free downloadable e-commerce icon set.
- DeveloperDrive.com with a post with their list of 10 Best Open Source Tools for Web Developers
Here are some more good freebies and resources to check out that I didn’t have a chance to post earlier.
I posted previously about adding terms and privacy legal notices on your web site, with information from Smashing Magazine‘s email newsletter. Today, I’m posting about a good blog post by none other than Smashing Magazine, where they broke out a list of legal documents/contracts that web designers (and just about anyone who works with anything web-related) should be using and made the documents downloadable for free. Make sure you check out the Useful Legal Documents For Designers (PDF/DOC) blog post right now and download those documents.
Over at WebDesignerDepot.com they have a good blog post with a list of the major online payment services. Make sure to check out and read the entire blog post.
Here’s the list of online payment services, but read the original blog post to hear about the pros and cons of each.
To create a basic terms of service, use TermsFeed.com‘s service here.