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ddSlick - drop down with images With traditional drop downs i.e. using <select><option></option></select> you are limited to only text and value. But with this easily configurable jquery plugin, you can now create a custom drop down that can very well include images, a short description, along with your usual text and value. Take a look at the following demos in action. 1Basic Drop down using JSON Source: malo - Project Hosting on Google Code Malo is ultra small css library for building web sites. It is meant to be structural base for small or medium web sites. Malo derives from it's bigger brother Emastic CSS Framework. Why should you use Malo? Because it's: Ultra small (compressed is 0,25 kb or 8 lines of CSS!

The Heads-Up Grid Responsive web design, as described/defined by Ethan Marcotte anyway, is the act of creating various forms of the same basic site design that are optimized for different ranges of browser window widths. Luckily, the way that I originally constructed the Heads-Up Grid made it relatively easy to adapt to the needs of responsive web design. You can quickly and easily define as many different grids as you need by way of basic JavaScript conditional statements. Even if you are not extremely comfortable with JavaScript, if you are ambitious enough to tackle responsive web design you will most likely have no problem figuring this out. To create a responsive grid use the following code as a template. This template is fairly self-explanatory if you are familiar with CSS Media Queries.

The Golden Ratio in Web Design 1. Anatomy of a Web Page The elements of a web page are like organs; they are vital to a properly functioning and aesthetically pleasing web page. These are the main elements of a web page. Creating a unique ListView layout using cell-spanning The ListView control makes it easy for you to organize content in a beautiful and meaningful way. The ListView control takes advantage of the Windows 8 grid system, a design tool that provides a structure for variation and maintaining user interest. Visual Studio’s Grid App Project Template showcases a simple usage of an HTML ListView that’s databound to hierarchical data. Figure 1: VS "Grid App" Project Template

How I Chose A Grid Framework Last week I talked about my choice of a grid for this site. I walked you through my thought process, the constraint the grid is built on, and how I eventually settled on an 8 column grid. I even tossed in a few thoughts about setting up a baseline grid. Today I want to talk a little more about the 8 column grid behind this design from the development side. Choosing the grid rested on one line of thought and how to build the thing on another.

Zen Grids: A Responsive Grid System Built on Sass Building grids was moderately complicated before responsive design, these days they can be downright intimidating. When you dive into a complex layout, it’s easy to get lost in all of the math and percentages. Sure, the hardcore nerds among us love to play with this stuff, but some developers just want to get to work! Today we’re going to look at an awesome grid system that will help you set up your responsive grids with very little effort. It’s semantic, built for responsive design, completely flexible to the way you work, and powered by Sass. OpenUI5 What is it? OpenUI5 is an Open Source JavaScript UI library, maintained by SAP and available under the Apache 2.0 license. OpenUI5 lets you build enterprise-ready web applications, responsive to all devices, running on almost any browser of your choice.

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