Draggable Image Boxes Grid Today we want to create a template with a fullscreen grid of images and content areas. The idea is to have a draggable grid that shows boxes of thumbnails and menu like items. Once clicked, the thumbnail will expand to the full size image and the menu item box will expand to a fullscreen content area. View demo Download source The main idea for this template and its effects comes from the beautiful Flash-based website of Stephen Hamilton. To make the grid draggable, we used jQuery.kinetic by Dave Taylor.
My Places now helps you manage your important locations Almost every day you encounter new places and businesses, whether it’s a new store you spotted on your commute to work, or a restaurant you visited with friends over the weekend. To date, you’ve been able to star places on Google Maps, rate them via Google Places, or add them to a customized map with your own icons and annotations through My Maps. But keeping track of all the locations you care about and memorizing which places you starred or rated isn’t easy. So today, we’re unveiling the new My Places tab on Google Maps, which helps you quickly view and interact with your saved maps, starred locations, and rated businesses. The My Places tab replaces the My Maps tab in the Google Maps toolbar. Items are organized by date with your most recent activity at the top, and filters make it easy to sort and view only your maps, starred locations or rated places.
Learn Adobe Bridge CS5 - Creating Image Galleries with Adobe Bridge Share this Episode Please select a language: Autoplay End of Video Understanding the GitHub Flow · GitHub Guides GitHub Flow is a lightweight, branch-based workflow that supports teams and projects where deployments are made regularly. This guide explains how and why GitHub Flow works. Create a branch When you're working on a project, you're going to have a bunch of different features or ideas in progress at any given time – some of which are ready to go, and others which are not. Branching exists to help you manage this workflow. When you create a branch in your project, you're creating an environment where you can try out new ideas.
An Ultimate Guide To CSS Pseudo-Classes And Pseudo-Elements Hola a todos! (Hello, everyone!) In my early days of web design, I had to learn things the hard way: trial and error. There was no Smashing Magazine, Can I Use, CodePen or any of the other amazing tools at our disposal today. From Your Clipboard To Just About Anywhere: Sharing Files In One Click.to That was a tough headline to write, because it was difficult to summarize what the Click.to app does in one short sentence. But if you’re a Windows user, I encourage you to check it out anyway (Mac folks will have to wait a couple more weeks). If you’re anything like me, you use the CTRL-C command a lot.
Media Queries for Standard Devices If you think responsive's simple, I feel bad for you son. We got 99 viewports, but the iPhone's just one. —Josh Brewer, March 10, 2010 Editorial: Google clarifies Chromebook subscriptions, might have just changed the industry Following Google's second I/O keynote, we were ushered into a room where a number of the company's executives were on hand to field questions from the press. Or in other terms, dodge bullets and tell us what we're probably not looking to hear. All jesting aside, the Chrome team was rather forthright during the session, and a number of details surrounding the outfit's (potentially game changing) subscription model were unearthed. Details on contract terms, what's included / not included and where the line is drawn between enterprise and consumer lie just after the break, along with our take on how this monumental announcement may or may not change the way we buy computers. The subscription details
Responsive Web Design Formula for Percentage - Easy Calculator It's actually pretty easy with "the magic formula". target ÷ context = result We just enhance the formula with percentage, as follows Gimp Current Stable Version The current stable release of GIMP is 2.8.18 (2016-07-14). We think your OS is Ubuntu. Blurb Releases iPhone App for Creative Storytellers Blurb, a veteran self-publishing startup for do-it-yourself book makers, is launching Blurb Mobile for iPhone and iPod Touch Thursday to let users tell stories in a whole new way. The application invites users to create mobile shareable stories using photos, videos and audio sourced from their devices. The idea is to turn mobile users into storytellers with a fast and elegant way to shape their rich media content into engaging stories. "At the highest level, Blurb is about storytelling," says Claire Barry, senior director of design for Blurb Mobile. "Blurb Mobile allows people to create a story with a beginning, middle and end — it's a very personalized narrative."