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Key features High-Quality Patterns Over 100 effect patterns, each of them enabling you to achieve... Show/Hide Effects FlashEff has been such a successso far mainly due to its high...

FlashEff2 | 3000+ Flash effects, Flash animation, text effects

FlashEff2 | 3000+ Flash effects, Flash animation, text effects
Pikaday is a JavaScript datepicker with a light footprint and easy style-ability with modular CSS. It’s in ‘developer preview mode’ but already looking great: Because as much as we like open standards, the HTML5 input types lack browser support and are poorly implemented in places; see Chrome (22 as of writing) below: This leaves us with a tricky situation. Normally we can safely use new web standards with the knowledge that non-supporting browsers will simply ignore them, or we can use feature detection to progressively enhance the experience. Pikaday: JavaScript datepicker – David Bushell – Web Design & Front-end Development Pikaday: JavaScript datepicker – David Bushell – Web Design & Front-end Development

Grid-A-Licious

Back in mid 2008, I created a jQuery plugin. I named it Grid-A-Licious and described it as, "Divs are placed in chronological order with a special grid" because I had no clue how to explain it better. I used this script a lot and designed many sites with it during 2008. At first, people were very skeptic and confused on how to read the grid, and thought this kind of layout belonged in real papers. This reaction slowly faded away once the layout became more and more popular when different developers and designers started to create their own script's interpretation of the floating grid layout effect. Not saying it was based on my work or script, because there were a few others that brought a similar layout effect to our attention, but not necessarily distributed as a plugin. Grid-A-Licious
Now, redactor of @imperavi is leading the wysiwyg competition. lightweight, fast performance, beating tinymce, ckeditor, and others :) Drizzle Cloudy @drizzlecloudy Great #rte #editor redactor.js - and just had excellent support by @imperavi Urs Bräm @ursbraem We're starting Imperavi integration into TargetProcess. I personally waited for great editor for years. Redactor WYSIWYG html editor Redactor WYSIWYG html editor

Filepicker.io | File Upload Plugin for Web and Mobile

Connect Connect your app to everything from Dropbox to Gmail in just 2 lines of code and let the Ink File Picker handle the mess of uploading files - we give you a clean, short URL that is easy to store and read from. See the Docs» Filepicker.io | File Upload Plugin for Web and Mobile
Who's using lumzy: 48,836 Designers from 201 Countries on 55,184 Projects ...and counting From creating a prototype, to sending it to clients, everything is seamless. In fact, Lumzy doesn't have a file extension, so your client need not bother downloading a player to open any prototype files. Lumzy

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Network Tools: DNS,IP,Email

Network Tools: DNS,IP,Email About the SuperTool! All of your MX record, DNS, blacklist and SMTP diagnostics in one integrated tool. Input a domain name or IP Address or Host Name. Links in the results will guide you to other relevant tools and information.

Google Search Operators

Google Search Operators The following table lists the search operators that work with each Google search service. Click on an operator to jump to its description — or, to read about all of the operators, simply scroll down and read all of this page. The following is an alphabetical list of the search operators. This list includes operators that are not officially supported by Google and not listed in Google’s online help.
Flexslider Flexslider namespace: "flex-", //{NEW} String: Prefix string attached to the class of every element generated by the plugin animation: "fade", //String: Select your animation type, "fade" or "slide" easing: "swing", //{NEW} String: Determines the easing method used in jQuery transitions. jQuery easing plugin is supported!
Today we want to share another jQuery menu with you. This menu will have several panels, each one corresponding to a different background image that will show on all panels when we hover over a panel label. Also, a submenu will slide out from the bottom. Sliding Background Image Menu with jQuery Sliding Background Image Menu with jQuery
100 Blog & Website Elements .PSDs to Download Today for Free This is the third part of our “Brush up on Photoshop” series, in the first part we looked at Blog Design Tutorials, then we looked at Free Blog Layout .PSDs. Today’s post is a roundup of design elements in .PSD format that you can use for free in your designs. All the freebie files have kindly been given away by designers on the Dribbble website so many thanks to them.
Today we want to share a slick and flexible vertical jQuery accordion with you. The main idea is to expand the accordion slices on click and show some more information. The other slices will become less opaque and squeezed. When navigating to the next slice using one navigation arrows, a new slice will slide in from the top or the bottom. Once a slice is open and we navigate, the subsequent slice will open on slide. View demo Download source Vertical Sliding Accordion with jQuery
* In all seriousness... You may have noticed a degree of tongue-in-cheek humour with print.css. This is not intended to be used blindly, rather it exists to raise awareness of lazy print css development. Paper is costly, yet there are many reasons a web page may need to be printed (invoices, receipts and tickets to name a few). Make your print CSS eco-friendly; only display what's needed. Make sure your web pages don't span a whole ream! print.css — only display what's needed
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