Here is another collection of some jQuery plugins and this time we are showcasing 14 fronted jQuery plugins for you. These plugins have become quite popular among the developers in a very short period of time. Furthermore, all these plugins are very easy to implement and configuration will take only few minutes.
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Web builders are basically a magic toolbox for non-web designers. What was once out of people’s reach can now be grasped with just little effort. But there are things that web builders can’t do that web designers can. The question now is, should you hire a web designer to make ... Continue reading »
Graphic design is a unique kind of art that we face throughout our lives. It surrounds us everywhere – on the street and at home, in books and magazines, on the stands and billboards. Best works of graphic designers are presented in form of logos on our T-shirts, on traffic signs, in advertisements, on the […]
Technology has been interwoven into almost every aspect of our lives, blending technological and creative fields and making their lingo part of our vocabulary. As a result, previously unheard of terms, such as “UI” (User Interface) and “UX” (User Experience) are being used on a daily basis. These terms have been used in their respective […]
Established in 2005, Safari Sundays is a design firm in New York, NY, with clients like Pepsi, Carlsberg, Lays, Doritos, and more. In their words, they are a "creative collective of nomadic designers, thinkers, inventors, misfits, explorers, muppets and makers seek clients who aren't afraid...
Just three short weeks since The New Yorker unveiled its brand new, responsive site, there have already been a slew of updates. Whilst it’s not unusual for issues to come to light after a launch, the current online version of the classic American magazine has some fundamental problems that require more than a quick fix. It’s […]
Woothemes designer James Koster‘s latest creation, Clear Tranquil, is a clean and minimalist WordPress template that’s perfect for startup bloggers. Its elegant and clutter-free layout provides a restful visual space for your visitors who simply enjoy reading. Because of its clean layout, your written content can be displayed beautifully especially since the theme puts the […]
Say you have a @keyframe animation that animates an element all the way across the screen. From off the left edge to off the right edge. You apply it to multiple elements. But you don't want all the elements to start at the same exact position.
Now, as “everyday” as WordPress may have become – for the fact that every second or third website you come across is powered by WordPress – there are always the frequent “how the heck did they do this!” moments when you are scrolling around the WordPress realm. Despite WordPress being so remarkably pursued by the web development community, it has never ceased to wear some incredible tricks and surprises up its sleeve. While there is a whole ensemble of plugins
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It’s Tuesday which means that the Treehouse Show is back! In episode 104 of The Treehouse Show, Nick (@nickrp) and Jason (@jseifer) talk about web performance, web components, the hamburger icon, and more. For a free month’s trial, Join Jason …Continue reading →
When we set out to achieve a goal for a client, it’s more than us doing work: it’s an opportunity for our team to better themselves by learning new skills. The best opportunities for this are the ones that present challenging but attainable tasks, which create incremental rewards. Some researchers cite this effect as a factor in gaming addiction. I’ve felt this myself when learning new things on a project, and those are some of my favorite work moments ever. Teams appreciate th
But what happens if the user never clicks the button to access the cdn.example.com domain? Aren’t we pre-resolving a domain in vain? We are, but luckily for us, DNS prefetching is a very low-cost operation; the browser will need to send only a few hundred bytes over the network, so the risk incurred by a preemptive DNS lookup is very low. That being said, don’t go overboard when using this feature; prefetch only domains that you are confident the user will access, and let the browser
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