Mobiles have become a necessity in our lives and are being used worldwide. Today’s phone set has the capability to browse the web, listen to songs, watch videos or even download any required information.

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jQuery is a powerful tool for animation, image galleries, tooltips, dynamic forms, realtime updates and a variety of other techniques that we’ve featured tutorials on before.  However, jQuery web design effects can be hard to implement in designs properly, simply because you have to know how to use them to enhance usability and not detract from the design or user experience.

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For jQuery lovers we have collected some Image Galleries with source files, you can modify these files very easily and make animation of your own desire (many are free but under license conditions). As you know jQuery is very hot and almost every project is now having jQuery in any form. It must be having great collection for you.

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HTML5 offers a wide variety of advanced functionality over what HTML was originally capable of.  Perhaps the most powerful aspect of HTML5 is the HTML5 canvas.  The canvas element is a drawable region defined in HTML code with height and width attributes. JavaScript code can access the canvas through a full set of drawing functions allowing for dynamically generated graphics.

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Tips to Code Better CSS in your Projects

Posted: November 15, 2010 in Tutorials
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CSS is not very hard to use or learn, though it may be hard to master. Moreover, if you use CSS for your projects, especially when they are large projects, it can be very hard if you do not follow certain tips to help you manage the CSS code better. By following certain tips to writing better CSS code, you can make your life so much easier, as well as improving your project. When it comes to CSS, little tweaks in the code can make a big improvement, which can make you work more efficiently and have a better outcome. Today, I have written 19 tips that will help you write better CSS code for your projects. I hope you find my tips helpful, and feel free to leave a comment if you have a questions or have any additional tips to share! I love hearing from fellow CSS enthusiasts! Enjoy!

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So, what exactly does Supersized do?

  • Resizes images to fill browser while maintaining image dimension ratio
  • Cycles Images/backgrounds via slideshow with transitions and preloading
  • Navigation controls allow for pause/play and forward/back


I’ve put together a few example customizations:


Visit the project page for more details.

As we all know that internet is stuffed with so many search engines, and every search engine has its own specific features, so to pick the odd one out is a very difficult task nowadays. But if we talk about specifically for web design and development professionals, Firefox is the number one choice. But now surprisingly, Chrome is snapping at its heels and could soon become every bit as powerful as its main asset is speed. But speed isn’t the only feature to consider in a browser, the things which matter are the personalized environment that you create and are comfortable with. Well, to be honest in just a span of a month there are dozens upon dozens of new extensions specifically developed for web developers by chrome to be opted as a best browser for creating your own personal Google Chrome web development environment.

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