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    Launched new WordPress CMS website for Joshua Watson, a couples therapist based in Westport and Greenwich, CT.

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    The last two Cool Tool of the Month featured online development environments for modern Web design. This month’s post rounds out the trilogy with CodePen, an HTML, CSS, and JavaScript editor for testing and sharing “pens” with others. The interface is much more slick than JSFiddle or JSBin so it is great for showcasing to clients or collaborating with colleagues.

    Check out David Walsh’s interview with Chris Coyier (one of three “authors” along with Tim Sabat and Alex Vazquez).

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    Tutoring Match is a nationwide in-home and online academic enrichment, tutor match-making, referral service, and tutor marketing company. The company has been helping tutors find students since 1999 and has been online since 2009.

    We recently expanded the functionality of the Tutoring Match application and split the offering into two distinct portals (both with a fresh new look and feel). The parent portal is still at the original web address TutoringMatch.com and the new Tutor Portal can be found at TutoringMatchPro.com.

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    This one is for the web developer. JSFiddle is a really convenient way to build, manage, and share your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code.

    Similar to JS Bin, JSFiddle allows you to test your “fiddle” across various browsers and devices using any number of existing frameworks such as jQuery, Dojo, and Prototype (waiting for them to include Bootstrap by Twitter which I just started tinkering with for an upcoming project).

    JSFiddle is a godsend for the development community, especially those that frequent sites like Stack Overflow. Now there is no excuse to clutter up the forums with “reams” of (faulty) code when asking for help troubleshooting a bug. Create a JSFiddle and provide a public link.

    JSFiddle lets you fine tune, save, and share multiple versions of your code.

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    For a quick and clean “online CSS sandbox” to test, share, and download your HTML and CSS code snippets, CSSDesk is the ticket.

    Created by Oregon-based Web and UI designer Josh Pyles of Pixelmatrix Design. While you’re visiting, check out Josh’s other “pet” projects PHP Fog (cloud platform for PHP apps) and Uniform (jQuery styled forms).

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