Monthly Archives: November 2010

Controlling HTML using the jQuery UI slider and links

Last week, I showed you how the combine links and the jQuery UI slider. I received a couple of emails asking how you would tie this into content on a web page, so I thought I’d show you how to … Continue reading

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Adding clickable links to the jQuery UI Slider

The jQuery UI slider plug-in is great and easy to set up but recently, while working on a project, I needed to set up controls using both the slider and links. The one problem I had was, when a link … Continue reading

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It’s super easy to make 3D text with CSS3

One of the great things about CSS3 is that we can create text effects that we used to need to use images to create. And another great thing about CSS3, is you can use the text-shadow to create something that … Continue reading

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There’s no reason for Safari to be on Windows

I’m a Firefox guy but Chrome has been doing a lot to win me over, but Firefox still remains my browser of choice for developing and I’m really liking what Mozilla has done with Firefox 4. But now that Chrome … Continue reading

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If you do something cool with HTML/CSS/JS, remember a right-click means everyone else can do it

In the last couple of days, I came across two web pages that do something cool, not entirely useful, but fun and eye catching. The first one was a simple Flash page, chrismckenzie.com. It doesn’t do much, just a block … Continue reading

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HTML5: Up and Running is the perfect place to start learning about HTML5

There’s a few books about HTML5 that have become popular here in the early days of the new version of HTML. HTML5 for Web Designers and Introducing HTML5 are both good books, but the one that I’ve found is the … Continue reading

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Do you block annoying Flash ads? Have fun trying that when HTML5 takes over

I’m one of those weird people that watches TV and plays video games at the same type. And I do my best work on the computer when I have a movie running in the background. I’ve also never felt the … Continue reading

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Fun with CSS3 Transform and some jQuery too

I am a huge fan of CSS3 transforms and transitions and can’t wait for the day when all the major browsers support them. Why? Well, as great as something like jQuery is, if you want to incorporate a transition or … Continue reading

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