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35 Stunning HTML5 Standards-Compliant Tumblr Themes

One of the fastest growing networks today Tumblr has seen some fantastic community interactions. The amount of high-quality themes being developed and openly released to the public is growing in number each day. Powering well over 1 million blogs Tumblr’s system offers sleek, new-age Ajax animations with beautiful web 2.0 aesthetics. Below I’ve cataloged 35 […]

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Naked Password – Fun Way To Improve Security On Passwords

Naked password is jQuery plugin to encourage strong user passwords. The whole idea of naked password is to improve your users to enter stronger passwords. Once we typed password, pixelated-lady gets naked according to the password strength.

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Whiteboard – Powerful WordPress Framework

Whiteboard is powerful, clean, simple wordpress framework that help us to Speeds up WordPress development time. It has many of WordPress’ awesome features such as manageable menus, background, and header image as well as featured images, several widget areas, and more.

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Waypoints – Execute Function on Scroll With jQuery

Waypoints is a small jQuery plugin that makes it easy to execute a function whenever you scroll to an element.  Waypoints makes a solid base for modern UI patterns that depend on a user’s scroll position on the page.

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CamanJS – Javascript Library for Image Manipulation

CamanJS is Javacript library for manipulating images using the HTML5 canvas and Javascript. It’s a combination of a simple-to-use interface with advanced and efficient image/canvas editing techniques. It is also completely library independent and can be safely used next to jQuery, YUI, Scriptaculous, MooTools, etc.

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sammy.js – JavaScript Framework for Developing JavaScript Applications

Sammy.js is a tiny JavaScript framework developed to ease the pain and provide a basic structure for developing JavaScript applications. Sammy’s core is only 16K compressed and 5.2K compressed and gzipped.

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QapTcha – Draggable jQuery Captcha

QapTcha is an easy-to-use and simple draggable captcha system which is build with jQuery and  jQuery UI. It needs human action instead of to read a hard text and it is a very lightweight jQuery plugin.

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CSS3 Buttons – GitHub Style Button

CSS3 buttons is a simple framework to create good-looking GitHub style button links. This framework allow us to create pill-like button with more rounded corners, by add a .pill class to the button. Sometimes when you have multiple buttons, it’s a good thing to highlight the button with the primary action in order to give […]

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CSS Drop Shadows Without Images

Drop-shadows are easy enough to create using pseudo-elements. It’s a nice and robust way to progressively enhance a design. This article CSS drop-shadows without images is a summary of the technique and some of the possible appearances.

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XUI – Micro Library for HTML5 mobile Web Applications

XUI was born in 2008 while the popular PhoneGap framework was being developed. It was created out of necessity for a solid DOM framework that understood the latency and initialization characteristics of the mobile web. Today most frameworks are still catching up to the mobile revolution, tacking on compatibility as an afterthought and, often, only […]

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