How to write for us

Want to write for StackArena Tuts? Here are some few guidelines

We accept article and tutorials on development and design, computer programming, networking and lots more! If your tutorial is accepted, you will be sent a mail notifying you of our acceptance.

What to Write?

We are looking for extensive (and beginner considerate) articles and tutorials on the following subjects:

  1. HTML and CSS.
  2. Server Side Scripting languages such as: PHP, Ruby on Rails, Java, Python, Perl.
  3. Javascript Techniques.
  4. Libraries and Frameworks – Jquery, Modernizr, CodeIgniter, Zend, CakePHP.
  5. CMS and Blogging systems – WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Expression Engine.
  6. Security and Hacking.
  7. Desktop Applications development – .NET, Java
  8. Mobile Development – Andriod SDK, Blackberry JDK, XCode, J2ME
  9. Networking

We prefer extensive, complete and practical tutorials with adequate working examples. There’s room for attaching a complete example for readers to experiment with or you could provide a link to your example source and/or live demo.

Please note that not all write-ups will be accepted.

Why your write-up may not be published?

Your write-up may not be published for various reasons.

  • If your content is outside our scope.
  • Poorly researched tutorial.
  • Lack of detail and adequate examples.
  • Poorly structured content.

Note your write-up may be edited prior to publishing.

You can choose to use our write form or send a well formatted word document of your article to tuts@stackarena.com. The latter is preferred for long articles/tutorials.