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Javascript Dock Carousel Using Mootools (Part 2) - JavaScript tutorial


This tutorial is the second part of a tutorial that will build a javascript carousel that imitates the Mac OS X dock. In part one, we build a mock up in Photoshop and exported the nessecary images. In this part, we"™ll take those images and build it into a HTML & CSS. Then we"™ll use javascript to make if interact.
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