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jPages What does it do? jPages is a client-side pagination plugin but it gives you a lot more features comparing to most of the other plugins for this purpose, such as auto page turn, key and scroll browse, showing items with delay, completely customizable navigation panel and also integration with Animate.css and Lazy Load. Apart from all its features, the main diference for the other pagination plugins is that with jPages you can create as many navigation panels as you want and you can choose exactly where to place them. The plugin is very unobtrusive and it won't apply any extra styles to the items you are paginating. It will only create and insert the links inside the element(s) you are applying the plugin to, in order to turn them into navigation panel(s). Compatible with All Browsers and IE7+ How to Add the following code to the <head> section of your page (correct file locations first): In case you want to use Animate.css animations you will also need to add the file: Example source code:

Free Responsive Wireframe [PSD File] The web is a wonderfully-mysterious thing, full of strangeness and entertainment and actual resources at times. It’s the latter that is the most impressive as it’s chock-full of people willing to give their time and energy to others via their own work. That’s why I like covering the “freebies” the most as it plays nicely with our open source philosophy around WordPress, you know what I mean? So when I saw Chris Bannister’s free responsive wireframe photoshop file I knew that I needed to make sure that our community had an opportunity to get a copy for their own use as well as give credit where credit is due. First posted on Dribbble it’s a photoshop file that showcases a mobile phone layout, tablet, and desktop. You may find it helpful for some of your design creations today or in the future. Grab a copy here!

Responsive Web Design (RWD) – "A new paradigm for rich user experience(UX)" Overview of Traditional web design Web designing is a core part of user interface development. It is a way by which end user interacts with the system in an interactive way. Traditional user interfaces is built using old web design approaches where user experience or usability was not a big concern. End user was comfortable with UI navigation flow as long as user is able to execute business workflows. What was missing in Traditional web design? If we look at the current information technology world and available latest user interface specifications below are some missing parameters in traditional web design. Usability Field Research Information Architecture Interface Layout Interaction Design (IxD) Digital Media artifacts Brainstorm Coordination Prototyping Introduction to Responsive Web Design (RWD) Responsive web design is an approach to web design which focuses on rich user experience and provides optimal usability to users for viewing websites. Responsive web design is best suited for

Mechanical Keyboard Guide Terminology First, it's worth noting that modern keyboards use a matrix to detect when keys are pressed. This is required so each individual key (of which there may be over 100) doesn't need to be connected to the board controller separately. Ghosting The event when two keys on the board are pressed, and a third key that you didn't press is triggered. Key Blocking The event when maximum key rollover is reached and the computer doesn't register certain keys that are pressed. This can be a little hard to comprehend, so consider this example: Imagine the keys Q, W and E are set up on the board so that if you press Q and W then E might is triggered due to ghosting. Key Rollover (#KRO & NKRO) NKRO is the ideal rollover for a keyboard, no ghosting or key blocking issues and any number of key combinations can be used at the same time. Note that despite the precise definition, there are two different versions of NKRO, true NKRO and simulated NKRO. Inputs Advantages: Disadvantages:

Responsive Web Design Patterns | This Is Responsive Responsive Patterns A collection of patterns and modules for responsive designs. Submit a pattern Layout Reflowing Layouts Equal Width Off Canvas Source-Order Shift Lists Grid Block Navigation Single-Level Multi-level Breadcrumbs Pagination Images Responsive Image Techniques Media/Data Video Fluid Video Iframes Tables Charts & Graphs Responsive Chart Forms Basic Forms Text Lettering Fittext Footnotes Responsive Footnotes Modules Carousel Tabs Accordion Messaging Lightbox

Responsive Data Tables: A Comprehensive List of Solutions Tables are an important part of HTML. Although they were often used in the past for layout, today they’re mainly used for marking up data. Since the adoption of responsive web design, various approaches have been developed for establishing tables that can scale well in different viewport sizes. In this article, I’ll go over and analyze many of these approaches. Keep in mind that I’ll be focused mostly on the JavaScript-based ones, as I think they offer more options and features compared to the pure CSS solutions. The Basic Markup for Our Table Before diving into the core methods, let’s have a look at the example table that will be used throughout this article to demonstrate the different methods for achieving responsive tables: <table summary="Example table"><caption>Example Table Caption</caption><thead><tr><th>Country</th><th>Languages</th><th>Population</th><th>Median Age</th><th>Area (Km²)</th></tr></thead><tbody><tr><td>Argentina</td><td>... Bootstrap’s Responsive Tables Stacktable.js

jQuery BBQ: Back Button & Query Library jQuery BBQ leverages the HTML5 hashchange event to allow simple, yet powerful bookmarkable #hash history. In addition, jQuery BBQ provides a full .deparam() method, along with both hash state management, and fragment / query string parse and merge utility methods. This plugin and the jQuery urlInternal plugin supersede the URL Utils plugin. Note: If you’re using jQuery 1.3.2 or earlier and need BBQ to merge query string or fragment params containing [], you’ll want to include the jQuery 1.4 .param method in your code. Also, my article Cooking BBQ: the original recipe gives a history of jQuery BBQ along with some plugin authoring guidelines, if you’re interested. What jQuery BBQ allows you to do: While this brief overview will give you the broad strokes, for specifics you should look at the the basic examples below, read the documentation, and check out the full examples listed above. jQuery BBQ community Have you used jQuery BBQ in an project, website, article or tutorial? Why BBQ? Examples

Responsive Web Design Guidelines and Tutorials - Smashing Magazine In this overview you will find the most useful and popular articles we have published on Smashing Magazine on Responsive Web Design. Quick Overview Design Process In The Responsive Age11 You cannot plan for and design a responsive12, content-focused13, mobile-first14 1 website the same way you’ve been creating websites for years—you just can’t. I’d like to walk you through some problems caused by using old processes with responsive design. Read more…17 Responsive Web Design: What It Is and How To Use It18 Almost every new client these days wants a mobile version of their website. In the field of Web design and development, we’re quickly getting to the point of being unable to keep up with the endless new resolutions and devices. Read more…20 A Foot On The Bottom Rung: First Forays Into Responsive Web Development21 Responsive design is the hottest topic in front-end Web development right now. Rumors came through our office grapevine that management was looking to revamp our mobile presence.

The Difference Between Responsive and Adaptive Design This is a question that comes up more regularly than you might expect. We see it pop up in the CSS-Tricks forums from time-to-time. It's also a common question I'm asked when teaching introductory web design. And it's a good question! Responsive web design has become a household term since it was coined by Ethan Marcotte on A List Apart in 2010; so much that we may take our understanding of it for granted. So, with that, let's look at the difference. The Short Explanation Responsive sites and adaptive sites are the same in that they both change appearance based on the browser environment they are being viewed on (the most common thing: the browser's width). Responsive websites respond to the size of the browser at any given point. Adaptive websites adapt to the width of the browser at a specific points. Another way to think about it is the difference between smooth and snap design. The Longer Explanation Let's consider the crux of Ethan's original definition of responsive web design: Share On

CreateJS (CreateJS) Beginner’s Guide to Responsive Web Design Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned web professional, creating responsive designs can be confusing at first, mostly because of the radical change in thinking that’s required. As time goes on, responsive web design is drifting away from the pool of passing fads and rapidly entering the realm of standard practice. In fact, the magnitude of this paradigm shift feels as fundamental as the transition from table based layouts to CSS. Simply put, this is a very different way of designing websites and it represents the future. Free trial on Treehouse: Do you want to learn more about responsive web design? Over the past year, responsive design has become quite the hot topic in the web design community. What is responsive design? Let’s just get right into it: Believe it or not, the Treehouse blog that you’re reading this article on is actually a responsive design! It’s hard to talk about responsive design without mentioning its creator, Ethan Marcotte. So, what is responsive design exactly?