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Calendario: A Responsive jQuery Calendar Plugin

If your website contains lots of information on dates of events such as concerts, anniversaries, meetings, etc. then you might want to consider installing an attractive calendar plugin in to display posting all that important data for your site visitors. Calendario is one such plugin and definitely one of the prettiest as well, as featured […]

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CSS-Made iOS Icons

HTML5 and CSS3 have each made a big difference in web design today, with new updates coming in from everywhere almost everyday. Here’s one experiment by Louis Harboe, which consists of iOS icons using pure CSS. By applying different CSS techniques that include rounded corners, shadows, gradients, rgba and other styles, he has created this […]

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Tips on Designing PC Games

If you love gaming, there is a wide variety of PC games from Tesco and other online game stores for every kind of player to choose from, but somehow plenty of games still fall flat. If you’re the one designing and developing your game, there are some key points to remember regardless of the game […]

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Quickly Convert Hash Into URL Query

Here’s a rather quick and very short helpful Ruby trick that some of you might be interested in incorporating to your current or next project. It’s basically a snippet that makes use of the to_query method that’ll allow you to quickly convert a hash of values into a URL string. “http://www.example.com?” + { language: “ruby”, […]

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Flare: A Responsive Mobile-Optimized Lightbox Plugin

The awesome team of Pixelentity brings you another nice plugin that will add great features to your site. Flare is a custom responsive and touch-enabled lightbox jQuery plugin that is also optimized for mobile use. You can use this to show your videos and images – single or the whole gallery. Flare is easy to […]

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Create A Twitter Timeline Using jQuery And CSS

Have you ever wondered what or how it would look like if you merge Twitter’s UI with that of Facebook’s Timeline? Well, wonder no more because web developer and blogger Karthikeyan K. has already done just that – merged the two to create a Twitter Timeline using jQuery and CSS. In the script he created, […]

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Creating Instagram Filters with Photoshop

With today’s technology, phone apps like Instagram have allowed us to enjoy the beauty of photography for both amateurs and professionals alike. Intagram’s filters in particular have allowed us to add drama and certain vintage mood that can bring life to an otherwise uninteresting photo. But Instagram’s filters don’t have the ability to accurately modify […]

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Add Breadcrumbs Without A Plugin In WordPress

Using breadcrumbs for page navigation is a great way to let your visitors know where they are and where they came from as they navigate your website; it gives them an idea of your site’s page hierarchy. Plus, did you know that it is also one way to optimize your site for search engines as […]

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Vintage Dream Photoshop Actions

Creating designs in Photoshop sometimes requires a lot of time so if you’re working on your project, a very useful tool to make things easier and faster is by using actions. With Photoshop Actions, you’ll just need to record the settings you need to make them more accessible. There are available Photoshop actions online that […]

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Redirecting Users To Bypass WordPress Dashboard

Once you’ve finished developing a site in WordPress, a sub-domain or a staging server, there will come a point in time wherein you have to migrate it to a live URL and sync the database.  This can be such a tedious task, especially if you’re using plugins that don’t store data in the database. With […]

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