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The jQuery community never ever fails to let you down. Its constantly evolving, constantly improving and, thankfully, constantly releasing a tidal wave of fresh and powerful freely available plugins for every possible requirement. Today we round-up the best and most powerful jQuery plugins from the last few months. You will find a comprehensive selection of the always popular sliders, image galleries, navigation solutions and form validity options. But this round-up has much more. Much, much more.
For years, web designers have been using graceful degradation principles to make sure visitors in older browsers can at least see the content on their websites, even if they don’t see it exactly how the designer intended. Graceful degradation let designers design for the newest and best browsers without completely alienating those using older browser versions. And just because those with older browsers often got a less-than-optimal user experience didn’t deter designers from placing their focus squarely on the newest technologies and techniques, rationalizing that those using older browsers were either used to it or should just upgrade. Progressive enhancement gives us a better option.
CSS3 comes up and you can replicate fancy effects you thought you can only do in Photoshop. Now people create logos and icons within only lines of code and what’s more no images! Effects are stunning and unbelievably realistic. In this article, we have handpicked some awesome css3 experiments so far which will make you say wow. Olympic Logo Name: Doug Neiner Purely css, ems based and dynamically scalable .
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