Design, CG Graphics & Inspiration

JavaScript FAQ: Part 1

JavaScript FAQ: Part 1

I have created a topic where collected different questions about JavaScript that might be interesting to our readers (architecture, framework, problems). So, if you’re intrigued, let’s not waste our time and move straight to the questions.

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  • October 20, 2011,
  • TheShock

HTML & CSS Aspects

HTML & CSS Aspects

In this material I’ve collected the main useful aspects which html developer should know and remember about. Part of the questions considered here is devoted to IE – I gave up of IE6 support myself, however it would not come amiss to know the features of his behavior.

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  • October 17, 2011,
  • Roman

HTML5: New Functions Of The Old Tags

HTML5: New Functions Of The Old Tags

It is well known that tags <b>, <i>, <s>, <small> are presentational, and consequently, in terms of a paradigm “structure, presentation, behavior” their use is not welcomed. Elements <strong>, <em>, <del> are seemed more usual. So it was during the long years of development practice. However a great deal changed in semantics of these elements with arrival of HTML5. Now we have 4 new tags with sense and our thoughts are in a muddle.

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  • October 13, 2011,
  • Waldeh

How to Modify a Tree with the Help of jQuery

How to Modify a Tree with the Help of jQuery

Often there are some cases when you need to display a tree relationship’s structure of any entity. For example, a navigation through the file system menu of the site or the content of a book.

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  • September 27, 2011,
  • Ceiceron

cssHooks – Expanding the Set of CSS Properties

cssHooks – Expanding the Set of CSS Properties

In this article I will tell you about the jQuery.cssHooks object, which jQuery contains by default. The expansion of this object allows you to add new properties or values written in the . css () method, which are not natively supported by certain browsers. Perhaps the availability of many CSS hooks is not new, but for me it was a small opening.

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  • September 19, 2011,
  • FINoM

How to Create a Tiket Like Tag Cloud With HTML and CSS3

How to Create a Tiket Like Tag Cloud With HTML and CSS3

This is a video showing how to create a very attractive tag cloud, with html and styling it purely with css3.

  • September 12, 2011,
  • AndrewG

How to Make Your Own Video Player On HTML5 Video

How to Make Your Own Video Player On HTML5 Video

Today we are going to cope with the task of creating your own video player on HTML5 Video. Let me remind you that the video-element by itself already provides the necessary set of controls for playback controlling.

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  • September 7, 2011,
  • Constantin Kichinsky

Responsive Web Design Toolbox: 50 Handy Tools and Services

Responsive Web Design Toolbox: 50 Handy Tools and Services

Earlier we’ve posted some materials on Responsive web design – How to Make a Website for All Devices (Responsive Web Design) and Responsive Web Design: Helpful Articles, Techniques & Tutorials, and some examples of really cool designs in 70 Examples Of Modern Responsive Web Design. And now, we would like to present to your attention some fresh data on this topic that is about grids, frameworks, JavaScript Libraries and jQuery Plugins, online services and testing tools. Hope you’ll find it useful!

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  • September 6, 2011,
  • AndrewG

LibCanvas Basics. The Practice

LibCanvas Basics. The Practice

This is a continuation of the article about LibCanvas basics. In the first part we’ve touched upon the theoretical side and now we’re going to do some practice and try to implement very basic and simple things. The main purpose of the article is to master the basic knowledge about LibCanvas, we’ll write a simple scripts, unsuitable for the use in real life, but you can develop them into something great.

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Content editable Feature in HTML5

Content editable Feature in HTML5

One of the HTML5 innovations has become the ability to edit the page in the browser. This feature is called content editable. It works in all modern browsers. To make the page editable, you need to put the tag attribute contenteditable = “true”. Under the tag can be almost everything: formatted text, images, lists, and even flash-movies. But you can add only text, the rest can only be removed. In this post I’ll show an example of using content editable on the website.

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  • August 26, 2011,
  • Boris

The Structure of jQuery: Dive Into Source Code

The Structure of jQuery: Dive Into Source Code

jQuery definitely has become a standard in web development industry. There are many excellent js-frameworks that deserve attention, but jQuery impressed everyone with its ease, elegance and magic. People write using jQuery, people write plugins for jQuery, people even write articles about jQuery, but few people know (especially beginners) about jQuery’s structure.

In this article, we will hold a small excursion into the interior of this framework and discuss what’s inside of it. This article is intended for basic knowledge of Javascript. Think about it, and if you know how to write a clone of jQuery, then likely you won’t find here anything new.

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  • August 24, 2011,
  • TheShock

CSS3: More Than Just Rounded Corners by Josh Netherton

CSS3: More Than Just Rounded Corners by Josh Netherton

When people started talking about CSS3, properties like border-radius and text-shadow seemed to get all the attention. But with a wide variety of new selectors, pseudo elements and properties, CSS3 has a whole lot more. We’ll hit on some of the basics and then delve into some of the more advanced aspects, like using web fonts and :nth-child (whoo hoo) and creating gradients and animations.

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  • AndrewG

LibCanvas Basics. The Theory

LibCanvas Basics. The Theory

One of the most frequently asked question about LibCanvas now is “How to get started?” I agree that the threshold of entering into this library is slightly higher than in the simple canvas-library, so in this topic I will cover the basic notions of LibCanvas, such general concepts and principles as drawing primitive shapes, mouse and keyboard events, animation, enhanced context and behavior.

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How to Make a Website for All Devices (Responsive Web Design)

How to Make a Website for All Devices (Responsive Web Design)

Nobody can predict what devices your visitors use. It’s better to focus on resolution and not on devices. If you are not Facebook or Google corporation, most likely you won’t be able to carry the creation and maintenance of different versions of the site for each device on one’s shoulders. And it doesn’t make much sense, because the situation is similar to the realities of fifteen years ago. At that time the sites were created “for the browser” and now someone offers to do a site “for the device.”

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  • August 17, 2011,
  • Mike Vodopyanov

HTML5 Canvas: Frequently Asked Questions

HTML5 Canvas: Frequently Asked Questions

In this post I would like to share some information about HTML5 Canvas in F.A.Q. format.

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  • August 11, 2011,
  • TheShock

HTML5: Geolocation: Requesting Location

HTML5: Geolocation: Requesting Location

In this video we learn about the HTML5 Geolocation API, and see how to request the user’s location.
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  • August 6, 2011,
  • AndrewG