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Create a Drop-Down Navigation Menu with HTML5 and CSS3
Create a Drop-Down Navigation Menu with HTML5 and CSS3
There are some great solutions to drop-down navigation menus, like the superfish jquery plugin for example. Many of them are using a lot of files and resources to generate the drop-downs but sometimes you don`t need all of them. I want to show you how to create your own simple, but stylish drop-down menu, using the new HTML5 tags and the awesome CSS3 styles.
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Converting Dezign Folio From PSD to HTML [Very Detailed]
Converting Dezign Folio From PSD to HTML [Very Detailed]
In this article you will learn how to convert Dezign Folio from PSD to HTML in a detailed step by step tutorial. You will learn how to create this layout by using a CSS framework, some CSS styles and Javascript into a valid HTML/CSS, cross browser compatible and dynamic layout
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Creating Show & Edit Style Element Using HTML5 ContentEditable Attribute
Creating Show & Edit Style Element Using HTML5 ContentEditable Attribute
Chris Coyier of CSS-Tricks.com has show us, how to creating “show and edit style element “. It that let users edit CSS styles and have them update in real-time using the HTML5 ContentEditable attribute.
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Good Advice to Increase your Site’s Speed
Good Advice to Increase your Site’s Speed
In this entry, I will show you how to increase the speed of your site! Some designers/developers tend to over use images and flash, when plain text would be sufficient. Also, some designers/developers like to use too many cascade styles sheets files for one simple page.
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Table Styles
Table Styles
Learn how to add various table styles such as dash or dot borders, and many other things.
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Build Portlets using REST and the Dojo Toolkit
Build Portlets using REST and the Dojo Toolkit
Portlet development can benefit greatly from the adoption of Web 2.0 architectural styles, frameworks, and toolkits. Find out how you can develop REST services and adopt the Dojo Toolkit, so you can transform mundane portlets into robust and interactive applications.
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