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Thanks to Time.com, for choosing to use the Before/After plugin on their article, “Devastating Before and After Images of Typhoon Hiayan“. In addition to this story, time.com has also featured the Before/After plugin on several other stories including: http://world.time.com/2013/03/15/the-destruction-of-a-nation-syrias-war-revealed-in-satellite-imagery/ http://nation.time.com/2013/05/23/before-and-after-the-tornado-satellite-shots-of-moore/ http://nation.time.com/2013/06/07/before-and-after-a-satellite-captures-damage-and-recovery-from-superstorm-sandy/ We are proud to have this respected publication join the New York Times, Los […]

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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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I realized that the DropCaptions plugin had been neglected for a while (last updated four years ago! ) and even though it still worked with older versions of jQuery, it needed a refresh. DropCaption v2 is now available. I’ve updated the code and made some minor improvements.

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Thanks to Jesse from VersionOne for spotting a small but update worthy bug in the carousel that could potentially affect running multiple carousels on one page. Grab the latest version from http://www.catchmyfame.com/catchmyfame-jquery-plugins/jquery-infinite-carousel-plugin/

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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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