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jQuery GPS

Click above to view the plugin’s full documentation. Give exact locations right in your website! Check out this fantastic jQuery plugin designed by graphic designer Aron Brown. The jQuery GPS is perfect if you want to include Google Maps into your website yet don’t want to be bothered with other unnecessary features. This is the […]

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Use Ajax to Save Changes in Contenteditable as JSON

Contents of any HTML5 element with a contenteditable attribute can be live-edited inside the browser window. But any changes that you apply won’t be saved on the actual document itself that is located in the server, so these changes won’t appear anymore once you refresh the page. To get around this and have the data […]

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30 Inspiring Vintage Web Designs

Let’s travel back into the past with these various collections of beautiful and inspiring vintage web designs. Click on each thumbnail in the gallery to view their respective sites.  

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Filtrify – A jQuery Filtering Plugin

Here’s another filtering plugin called Filtrify, which is created by Luis Almeda and it can filter items based on multiple tags from different categories AND is able to give live feedback. You can see the plugin in action by clicking above for the demo. The look and feel of the UI may look familiar to […]

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Gravity Registration Form With jQuery

Jazz up your online form by adding eye-catching effects to it with  this jQuery tutorial! This jQuery code is known as the “Gravity Registration Form” because it shows the next hidden field for the user to fill up by making it drop down below the preceding one. Click on the image above for the demo. […]

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JQuery Bubble Slideshow

Martin Angelov’s jQuery bubble animation effect is ideal for portfolio or gallery websites. It is very easy to use and highly customizable though it doesn’t work well with older versions of IE since it utilizes CSS3. You can also use this effect to create backgrounds and headers. Since the plugin is made to resize automatically, […]

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Display Recent Post Titles Using wp_query

Today, I’d just like to share with everyone this neat WordPress trick by Libby Fisher from Icode4you.net. It’s a short code that will not only let you display the most recent post titles from a certain category but also let you specify how many titles you want displayed. Below is the code: <ul> <?php global […]

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How to Simulate Gravity with jQuery

This nice jQuery effect by Gaya Kessler simulates gravity animation. The idea of this is when you hover above the string that holds both blocks, it will break and the block below will fall. Click on the image above to see how this works! Also, you can get the DEMO and SOURCE FILE here. Enjoy!

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How To Add CSS-styled Numbers in an Unordered List

When you make a numbered list in HTML with the ordered list (<ol>) tag, sometimes you’d like to style the numbers as well. Thanks to Chris Coyier‘s tutorial, this is possible. For example you want to number the Q-and-A pairs in an FAQ list and then add styles to those numbers at the same time, […]

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Create a Cool Navigation Image Rollover with CSS3

Web designer and developer Joren Rapini’s tutorial teaches us how to create a terrific navigation image rollover, which uses very minimal HTML and CSS codes. Click on the image below for the demo: The first thing to do is to create a navigation image menu with Photoshop. Then, we’ll be writing the HTML and CSS. […]

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