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The Flick Scroller

Sometime last year I came across an image carousel on an Italian website done in Flash that allowed you to scroll a set of images horizontally with the flick of your mouse. What I loved about it was how natural and intuitive it felt. The gallery of images was infinite, meaning that the same X […]

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Who doesn’t love free stuff? Most of the time the saying “you get what you pay for” applies, but every once in awhile sometimes you do get a free lunch. Whether it’s testing jQuery code, checking to see how a site looks in different browsers, or coming up with a color scheme, the following free […]

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While the term “pseudo-class” might not instantly evoke what it refers to, virtually every web developer and web designer has used them. The classic example of pseudo-classes involves styling links based on the state that they’re in (hover, active, etc.). CSS3 introduces over a dozen new CSS pseudo classes to give you more control over […]

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Narrow Minded

Recently I was checking out some code written many years ago by another developer, and as I was hacking it up to be re-used, I started wondering why he had decided to split up his lines of code so that they were very narrow. Comments, for example, that were a few sentences long ended up […]

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Wow, what a week. For a web developer/designer/tech lover there has been a lot of new information in this first month of 2010 (at last we get to use the word “twenty” to describe the new decade — twenty-oh-four never rolled off the tongue). Not only did two of the best browsers get some nice […]

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