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Home > Requirements > MoSCoW Prioritisation To be successful projects need to be properly prioritised for both the requirements and the main project objectives. One mechanism is to use a number system, but this is flawed as it results in all elements being number one. A more useful method is to use a set of words that have meaning such as the MoSCoW method. However to be effective prioritisation requires hard choices to be made. Prioritisation of Requirements
09 Feb A caption is defined as the text block that appears below an image. The image caption is usually used to give more details about an image/photo.
A pop-up window that doesn't suck. Introduction GreyBox can be used to display websites, images and other content in a beautiful way. Why use GreyBox: It does not conflict with pop-up blockers It's only 22 KB ! It's super easy to setup It's super easy to use You can easily alter the style as it is controlled through CSS
11 Oct 10 jQuery Custom Scrollbar Plugins If you ever wanted to add some custom scrollbars to your website, to scroll the contents and the default browser scrollbars just doesn’t match up with your design, than make sure you check this list of 10 jQuery custom scrollbar plugins. Hope you find the following information helpful. Kelvin Luck’s jScrollPane was originally developed in December 2006. It is a jQuery plugin which provides you with custom scrollbars which work consistently across all modern browsers.
30 Nov Used to showcase work or for products, nowdays the photo galleries are an important part of a website. These excellent plugins that are listed bellow, can help you create high quality, professional thumbnail galleries. A solution which relies on css sprites and a few lines of jQuery, but requires a bit of preparation before it can be implemented.
21 Feb ‘Scroll to Top’ button controls are a great addition for pages with a lot of content and blogs with long posts. In this post you will find seven jQuery solutions which allow your visitors to smoothly scroll right to the top of a page, making your website more user friendly. The topLink jQuery plugin developed by David Walsh, allows you to fade in a “to the top” link when the users scrolls down on the page. This tutorial will help you build a scroll to top link, that appears when the user scrolls down, and disappears when users reach the top of the page using a combination of CSS and jQuery.
One of the most common perplexities that I’ve heard saying regarding the typographic style is: yes, it’s fine, cute, creative… but it’s not a style suitable for a company site, corporate, no indeed. It’s certainly a particular style, eclectic if you like, but it can easily be adapted also for a company site, obviously with some small adjustments and without “daring” with fonts too particular and scenic. If we were to create a showcase site reproducing the features of this style, we should play with the typography to attract the attention on certain points in the layout, reduce at minimum- a bit like in the minimal style- the graphic elements and make the effect more appealing with the use of textual elements. Bold titles, provocative colors, daring texts… a game of letters and spaces for a simple, minimal graphic and at the same time of impact.
Note: This website does not use Contact-Pop, please don’t test its contact form, Contact-Pop Demo Contact-Pop is a jQuery plugin that makes contact forms with grayed out overlays incredibly easy. The basic script grabs any links that point to your contact page and flags them for the Contact-Pop popup.
I recently decided to update the FavIcon for this site (the little icon in the address bar). The old one was something I’d hacked together myself in visual studio, and just didn’t seem friendly enough for me. There’s a number of online generators that create the icons for you from a picture, and they really seem to do a great job while keeping everything extremely easy.
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