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Perfect SlideShow Presentation in Web Design

Perfect SlideShow Presentation in Web Design

One of the interesting trends which I noticed recently is to representing the key information in slideshow presentation. Modern age designers love to experiment with things and observe how people interact with our work. Even though this is not a common trend to follow but still as the new design styles come up, and as […]

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50 Must-read Books on Web Development

50 Must-read Books on Web Development

Here are 50 of the highest-rated, most respected print publications on many different web development topics. CSS 1. CSS: The Missing Manual David McFarland’s CSS: The Missing Manual is over 500 pages of CSS expertise, with over 100 of those pages of tutorials. It’s a best place to get started for learning CSS. 2. CSS […]

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Very Stylish Examples of Web Forms

Very Stylish Examples of Web Forms

A web form is the primary mode of permitting users to interact with a website. Whether it’s for signing up to a service, leaving a comment on a blog post, or writing an email through a web-based client such as Gmail – forms are a staple to modern websites and web applications. In this showcase, […]

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Excellent Resources for JavaScript Coders

Excellent Resources for JavaScript Coders

Reference, Resources, & Tutorials DevGuru – JavaScript Quick Reference DevGuru provides an extensive list of JavaScript syntax, alphabetized similar to a glossary for easy scanning and searching. TechCheatSheets.com – Javascript Cheat Sheets A roundup of 10 JavaScript cheat sheets in one place; includes cheatsheets for frameworks such as jQuery and Prototype. Google Groups – comp.lang.javascript […]

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6 excellent Advanced JavaScript Techniques

1. Closures to Extend Variable Scope Closures in JavaScript are a fairly straightforward concept, and have been discussed online in a number of in-depth articles. The fact that they are straightforward doesn’t necessarily mean they’re simple however, as seen by the extensive articles that cover the subject. Simply put, closures allow variable scope to be […]

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