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Welcome to, personal site and web playground of Birmingham (UK) based developer Mark James. Silk icons - That's your lot 11:11pm 12th March 2006 Permalink After a hiatus for website updates, I have spent a little time tidying up the free Silk web icons, adding a few of the many requested icons and a sprinkle of others to complete the set. The original idea was to add another 100 or so and call it a day, but the closer I got to 1000 of the little things, the more it felt right to make it up to a nice round figure.

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Awesome buttons w/ CSS3 Whether you're designing a website or a web application, you'll need buttons for it. Now, with CSS3's help, it was never easier to create nice looking buttons. In this article you'll learn how to create some cool CSS3 buttons in just a few steps. View demo While last time we've created simple CSS3 gradient buttons, this time we'll build some nice CSS3 buttons with icons. In order to create the icons, this set of CSS3 buttons uses HTML entities. A Simple TODO list using HTML5 IndexedDB - HTML5 Rocks - Waterfox Introduction IndexedDB is new in HTML5. Web Databases are hosted and persisted inside a user's browser. By allowing developers to create applications with rich query abilities it is envisioned that a new breed of web applications will emerge that have the ability to work online and off-line. The example code in this article demonstrates how to create a very simple todo list manager. It is a very high level tour of some of the features available in HTML5.

31 Free Clean Icon Sets For Minimal Web Design All clever things are usually very simple. Sometimes you just want to stay with the old valuables and keep it subtle. These icons will look great with clean and minimal web designs and also notice since almost all of them are monochromatic you can put different colors, create your own letterpress and different effects without spending time to create your own actual icon. 300 Images From 1800 Sites I started gathering little, iconesque web images for myself so that I could compare, contrast, and study the techniques used by graphic artists on the web like Ben Sky. My initial pool of images looked so interesting that I decided to continue methodically hunting and capturing the icons for a public display piece. The purpose of this document is not to copy the intellectual property of others, but rather as a jumping-off point for your own unique web graphic projects. It's for Brainstorming, if you will. Opens Its Web-Based Creative Collaboration Platform To The Public Buenos Aires-based startup opened its doors to the public today, delivering a new way to collect, share and brainstorm on the web. The tool mixes a little bit of Evernote with a whole lot of Prezi, but rather than feel derivative, it instead seems like the next natural step in the ongoing evolution of how we not only think about, but share and collaborate on ideas together online. is also announcing a seed round of $775,000 alongside its public launch, provided by Intel Capital, Alta Ventures, 500 Startups and a number of other investors. What offers is a new way to collect and share ideas that gets away from the traditional, page-based way of looking at things. Creativity is something Battan is very familiar with, having previously founded startup gaming company Three Melons, later acquired by Playdom, which itself went on to be acquired by Disney as part of its interactive department.

SQLite - SQLite, HTML5 and Javascript - Waterfox On 29.10.2012 20:44, Rose, John B wrote: > 1) We are looking for simple examples, with source code, of a UI using HTML5 to query and add data to an SQLite database > 2) We are also looking for examples using Javascript to query an existing SQLite database. And maybe add data to an existing database. We do not care of the database is on a server or local. We just want to put together a simple mechanism using javascript as a query interface to an SQLite database. > > We have read a bit about WebSQL, Web Storage and IndexedDB. How to Zoom and Pan with SVG (Preliminary) This topic shows you how to use Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) to zoom and pan, and ends with an example of a complex organizational chart that can be zoomed and panned. Basic HTML and JavaScript knowledge are assumed, as well as access to a browser that can render inline SVG in HTML5, such as Windows Internet Explorer 9 and later. Introduction In this topic we’ll first discuss how to zoom and pan in SVG using a detailed SVG test graphic. We’ll then describe how to use Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Visio 2010 to create a complex SVG organizational (org) chart, which can be displayed by an SVG-enabled browser. Creating an SVG Test Graphic

75 Free Buttons For Online Payment Service Providers For a commercial site, and with the proliferation of online payment services, you may need to have buttons showing the logos of these services. Here is a set of icons payment card that you can place on your website or online business on your forms of payment. These icons are available in PNG format in two sizes (99×66 and 64×43). You will also find generic icons payment methods. A blank PSD is also included in the ZIP file. Nine Vignetted Vintage Paper Textures Today, I have a highly useful set of vintage paper textures with slight vignetting around the edges. These were harvested from a lot of early 20th century books that I picked up from a local bookstore which still proves to be one of my most valuable texture-creating resources. The textures should prove especially useful for any poster designs or illustrations or as photo overlays.