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Curzon Street railway station Birmingham Curzon Street railway station (formerly Birmingham station) was a railway station in Birmingham, England, used by scheduled passenger trains between 1838 and 1854 when it was the terminus for both the London and Birmingham Railway and the Grand Junction Railway, with lines to London and to Manchester and Liverpool respectively. It was then used for excursions until 1893 and goods traffic until 1966 when it closed. More recently, the surviving Grade I listed entrance building has been used for occasional art events. In 2010, a new Curzon Street station, partly on the site of the historical station, was proposed as the Birmingham terminus for High Speed 2. History[edit]

50 Examples of Responsive Web Design Nowadays, it's not only important to develop your clients' websites to look good on all browsers, and on PC and MAC, it's also a must that websites are viewable on tablets and mobile devices. A lot of people opt for making one version of their site for desktop and another for mobile. Others choose Responsive Design, a mix of fluid grids and layouts, flexible images and an intelligent use of CSS media queries. There are quite a few sites dedicated to lending a hand with responsive grids, Gridpak, CSSGrid, Skeleton and SimpleGrid, just to name a few. Here are 50 (plus 1) examples of responsive websites.

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24 Best CSS3 Animation Demos and Tutorials Today we are showcasing a post on CSS3 Animation featuring some of the best and most awesome functions. CSS3 is full of amazing features that you can take advantage of that you may not know about. That’s why we are going to go over some of those CSS3 features that are less explored. One of its most amazing feature is CSS3 Animation, which is fun and gives off an excellent effect.

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Responsive Design: One Design for Each Job: Not Enough! The responsive approach begins to make it's way, users appreciate the advantages, designers and developers around the world support it. If we're lucky enough to meet a client who wants to produce his or her site with this technology, we should be happy because we have the opportunity to work on a modern project. But we must also be concerned that when working on a good responsive project, work is harder and it's hard to convince a customer to pay more for a responsive site than for a normal site. We can push the client to pay more if they propose to develop a dedicated mobile site or application for iPad, but this isn't our case. We want our project to be "cross-device" and "avaiable in all sizes."

Use CSS3 to Create a Dynamic Stack of Index Cards Recently we hear a lot about CSS3 and its features and even though there are already some web sites out there that take advantage of some of the CSS3 features (including DesignLovr) we hardly ever see the full potential of what can be achieved with CSS3. Today we’re going to take a step into that direction and discover some of the possibilities CSS3 gives us. We will create a dynamic stack of index cards solely with HTML and CSS3 and use such CSS3 features as transform and transition (for the dynamic effects) and @font-face, box-shadow and border-radius (for the styling). Let’s start with the simple HTML-markup, which consists of simple, unordered list, filled with random content. If you want you can download the icons I used at Tutorial 9. Now the CSS.

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Interactive Walkabout Characters Interactive characters for events. These Mermaid characters are a beautiful addition to any event. Hire the Mermaids as a beautiful addition to your event. These two octopus and urchin clad mermaids straight from the depths of the sea can create a stunning visual for any event. 21 Tactics to Increase Blog Traffic (Updated 2012) It's easy to build a blog, but hard to build a successful blog with significant traffic. Over the years, we've grown the Moz blog to nearly a million visits each month and helped lots of other blogs, too. I launched a personal blog late last year and was amazed to see how quickly it gained thousands of visits to each post. There's an art to increasing a blog's traffic, and given that we seem to have stumbled on some of that knowledge, I felt it compulsory to give back by sharing what we've observed. NOTE: This post replaces a popular one I wrote on the same topic in 2007. This post is intended to be useful to all forms of bloggers - independent folks, those seeking to monetize, and marketing professionals working an in-house blog from tiny startups to huge companies.

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