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CSSrefresh - automatically refresh CSS files

CSSrefresh - automatically refresh CSS files
What? CSSrefresh is a small, unobstructive javascript file that monitors the CSS-files included in your webpage. As soon as you save a CSS-file, the changes are directly implemented, without having to refresh your browser. Why would I need it? Why? When you're coding a website, nothing can be more frustrating than having to switch from the texteditor to the browser over and over again, just for small changes to occur.

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Heartcode CanvasLoader Creator Create, use and share The Heartcode CanvasLoader Creator is a free online tool which you can use to generate scripted preloaders (spinners or throbblers) for your HTML projects. The Creator is using the CanvasLoader UI Library. To create your free preloader follow these 2 easy steps: Customize the preloader (on the left) by changing the settings (below) Click the 'Download custom CanvasLoader' button to download your example HTML file, or use the code snippet Have fun! Create a Trendy Retro Photo Effect Purely with CSS I’ve done plenty of retro photo effect tutorials in the past, but they’ve all been done using Photoshop. After playing around with some cool new CSS3 features I managed to create a pretty decent looking retro style image effect using just CSS. With the help of CSS gradients and filters, let’s take a look at how a cool vintage photo effect can be created directly in the browser. This little technique uses a mix of CSS gradients and filters to combine various colour overlays to create that typical old school analogue photo effect. Currently CSS filters only work in Webkit browsers (Safari, Chrome), but it won’t be long until this fun little tip can be put into practice across all browsers. In order to create a retro photo effect, we first need a photo.

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