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elRTE – Open source WYSIWYG Editor With a File Manager

elRTE is an open-source WYSIWYG HTML-editor written in JavaScript using jQuery UI. It features rich text editing, options for changing its appearance, style and many more. Main goal of the editor – simplify work with text and formating (HTML) on sites, blogs, forums and other online services. Elrite can be used with elFinder file manager.

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Quality Control – Using WordPress as a Ticket Tracking

Quality Control is free WordPress Theme that designed to allow the creation, and tracking, of tickets. It was kept simple, and packaged lightly, allowing the user to use it however he/she wants. Just the essentials have been added, and the rest is up to you.

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15 CSS3 Menu Navigation Tutorials

CSS3 can really improve efficiency, both in your development time and page performance. The latest versions of the modern web browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera support CSS3, while Microsoft announced to support CSS3 in Internet Explorer 9 (there’s no release date for IE9 yet). On previous post we are published article “25 […]

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Lithium – Lightweight, Fast, Flexible Framework for PHP 5.3+

Lithium, the most RAD framework for PHP 5.3+ is focused on quality, speed, and flexibility. It’s a set of no-nonsense philosophies and tools that enable you to build better applications, in less time, without sacrificing quality or extensibility.

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JxLib – JavaScript UI Library for Web Applications Built on MooTools

JxLib is a javascript library for creating graphical user interaces based on the fabulous MooTools library. It allows web developers and designers to quickly build user interfaces for their applications. JxLib is based on some sweet HMTL markup and strives to be fully CSS compliant.

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How to Styling WebKit HTML5 Search Inputs

One of the new types of inputs in HTML5 is search (<input type=search name=s>. It does absolutely nothing in most browsers. It just behaves like a text input. This isn’t a problem. The spec doesn’t require it to do anything special. WebKit browsers do treat it a bit differently though, primarily with styling.

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Touch-Gallery – Fullscreen Photo Gallery for Touch-Devices

Touch Gallery is an open source full-screen photo gallery for touch devices that brings the look and feel of native photo viewing applications to your mobile browser.

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How to Create a Twitter AJAX Button with MooTools, jQuery, or Dojo

There’s nothing like a subtle, slick website widget that effectively uses CSS and JavaScript to enhance the user experience.  Of course widgets like that take many hours to perfect, but it doesn’t take long for that effort to be rewarded with above-average user retention and buzz.  One of the widgets I love is Twitter’s “Follow” […]

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TableKit – Sortable Resizable Editable HTML Table

TableKit is a collection of HTML table enhancements using the Prototype framework. TableKit currently implements row striping, column sorting, column resizing and cell editing using Ajax.

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25 Excellent CSS3 Button Tutorials

In previous post we have published article “10 CSS3 Basic Tutorials & Techniques“. On today post we will continue our discussion about CSS3 with “CSS3 Tutorials and Techiques for Creating Buttons”.

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