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Hello everyone…This is the first post in the new “Freebies” category and I want to celebrate this by offering you something original and special.I`m giving away a free “Site Under Construction” Template ,to use it whenever you have a new website to launch or a re-design of your old website,or for anything else. This template is a simple one page “Under Construction” template that allows you to keep your users informed,while you work at your website.The template has a jQuery slider containing 3 slides:one with your social pages,like Twitter or Facebook,one with a subscribe-by-mail form and another one with an area for writing what you do.I thing it`s very useful.Now you have to convince yourself of its functionality. Main features of the Template
Designing an HTML email that renders consistently across the major email clients can be very time consuming. Support for even simple CSS varies considerably between clients, and even different versions of the same client. We've put together this guide to save you the time and frustration of figuring it out for yourself. With 24 different email clients tested, we cover all the popular applications across desktop, web and mobile email. As the number of email clients continues to grow, we’ve decided to simplify the web-based version of the guide to focus on the 10 most popular email clients on the market.
Information The above is an index of all my navigation menus which range from the very simple to the more advanced. These menus all work in the latest versions of the most popular browsers but cannot be guaranteed to work in older browser version or some of the lesser known browsers.
I’ve received quite a few requests to update my circular group94 style menu to AS3 (I’m not really sure why I’m still calling it a “Group94 menu”, but it’s a tribute to them that this style of scrolling navigation is often referred to as a “group94 menu” and not an “offset scrolling menu” or something of that nature). Anyway, I have been thinking for some time that I should revisit this script and build a more complete version, where horizontal, vertical or circular are simply parameters for the menu, but for now, this is both an update and a massive enhancement of the AS2 G94 circular menu. If you play with the demo, you’ll notice I’ve added some new features, such as the ability to easily change (at runtime of desired) aspects of the menu like the inner radius , item spacing , visible items and much more.
Magical things can be done by combining various CSS properties, especially when some of the new CSS3 tricks are thrown into the mix. Let’s take a look at building a cool looking stack of Polaroid photos with pure CSS styling. View the Demo Check out the demo to see what we’ll be building. Remember, because we’ll be using a couple of CSS3 properties, users with IE won’t see the complete effect, but fully supporting browsers such as Firefox and Safari will be treated to the whole experience. We’ll use basic CSS to style up the photos into a Polaroid style images, then inject some additional styling with shadows and rotation, then use the z-index property to alter the stacking order of all the objects.