Hi everyone! Today, I posted the final screencast in my “jQuery for Absolute Beginners” series on the ThemeForest Blog . If you’re unfamiliar – over the course of about a month, I posted fifteen video tutorials that teach you EXACTLY how to use the jQuery library.
What is one of the aspect of a website that always needed?
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You may have a personal portfolio website for a number of reasons. If you’re a freelancer, then you’d need one to showcase your work and allow people to contact you . If you’re a student (or unemployed), then you’d need one to show prospective employers how good you are and what you can do, so that they might hire you. If you’re part of a studio, then you might use one to blog about your design life, show people what you’re doing and build your online presence. A personal portfolio website is all about promoting you.
Once in a while, something new shows up that has the power to shake the world and stimulate all people to keep moving instead of stay still, this quote applies for practically every instance in life and business.
Navigation menus have really important role in any website.
Photography websites nearly always run on Flash. Adobe’s increasingly notorious technology simply does an excellent job of displaying imagery in a dynamic way that’s perfect for photography showcases.
To create an effective portfolio website and help you get more job, a classic portfolio design is not enough.
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Adding a slider/slideshow feature on your online portfolio today is become easier. By making use of jQuery, you can easily create an image slideshow of your own, complete with previous and next navigation controls also with amazing transition effect.