In this tutorial we will create a unique sliding box navigation. The idea is to make a box with the menu item slide out, while a thumbnail pops up. We will also include a submenu box with further links for some of the menu items. The submenu will slide to the left […] View demoDownload source
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Vertical Sliding Info Panel With jQuery This is an example of simple page that's centered and has a vertical sliding panel on the far left (try it! click on the 'infos' tab that's on the left!). We used jQuery to create this sliding panel (and CSS3 rounded corners because it looks cool)
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Accordions can be very useful for showing lots of different sections of data in a small amount of space. jQuery UI has a built in Accordion function, but according to the jQuery UI Build your Download, the size of the Core jQuery UI and Accordion scripts are 25kb and 16.6kb, respectively. Today, I’ll show you how to build a custom accordion that is more “bandwidth efficient”. That seems like a lot for just one simple accordion. Especially when you add in the normal jQuery script, which is 18kb minified and Gzipped. So instead of increasing your page load time with the extra unneeded functionality, why not create something from scratch? Exactly How to Create a Custom jQuery Accordion
Quick Tip: Working with the Official jQuery Templating Plugin Just this week, the jQuery team announced that Microsoft’s templating plugin (along with a couple others) is now being officially supported. What this means is that the plugin will now be maintained and updated directly by the core team. In this video tutorial, we’ll review the essentials of the plugin, and why it’s so awesome. As a quick example, we’ll, again, refer to the Twitter search API example from Friday (think Bieber).
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Typography has long been a large part of graphic, and web design. In the past though, web design has had to suffer typographically, with any text that was wanted in a non web safe font (a font already stored locally on users computers) had to be rendered as an image; not exactly brilliant for the user interface department. Font’s like Lucida Grande, Helvetica and Myriad Pro were as exciting as it got. 6 Killer Text Replacement Tricks to Improve your Typography
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20 Websites To Help You Learn and Master CSS CSS can be both a tricky and easy to learn. The syntax itself is easy, but some concepts can be difficult to understand. This article features 20 excellent websites to help you "grok" CSS. There’s a wide range of websites included – from blogs to directory-style lists and websites that focus on one particular topic related to CSS. 1.
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Last year we posted on Abduzeedo a very cool post about typographic portraits, the 45 Amazing Type Faces - Typographic Portraits became one of the most popular posts on Abduzeedo, and a lot of people asked me how to create that effect in Photoshop. We have also posted a little tutorial showing how to do that using, Flash Photoshop Quick Tips #5 - Typographic Portrait, however I decided to create a nice typographic effect using just Photoshop. So in this tutorial I will show you how to create a really cool and super easy typographic portrait in Photoshop. We will use the Displace filter and some Blend Modes to achieve the effect. The whole process is quite simple but it might take you some time to add the texts and elements, but once you do that the rest is very straight forward.