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Excellent system for creating free website by drag and drop

We are working on Microweber on the past 3 years and finaly O my God we have a demo version! Great not only for us but for you guys to! Why? I tell yon now, Microweber is Free Open Source system that allows you to make your own website, blog or online...
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What’s Changed in jQuery UI 1.8 – Plus Free Books!

jQuery UI 1.8 is currently at the release candidate stage and, barring the discovery of a major bug or flaw, will shortly become the current stable release of jQuery’s official UI library. So what has changed since the last current stable release...
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Quick Tip: How to Extend Built-in Objects in JavaScript

Constructor functions, like Array, offer a wide range of methods and properties that you can make use of. But have ever wished that one of these objects offered some method that isn’t built-in? Is there a way to do so yourself? Absolutely! Let’s...
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How to Test your JavaScript Code with QUnit

QUnit, developed by the jQuery team, is a great framework for unit testing your JavaScript. In this tutorial, I’ll introduce what QUnit specifically is, and why you should care about rigorously testing your code.Tutorial DetailsLanguage: JavaScriptDifficulty:...
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JavaScript font libraries and frameworks

JavaScript font libraries and frameworks
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Using jQuery To Manipulate and Filter Data

When a webpage is designed to display large tables of data, a great amount of consideration should be dedicated to allowing the user to sort through the data in a structured manner. In this article, I will go over four techniques: hover effects, zebra...
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Create a Twitter-Like “Load More” Widget

Both Twitter and the Apple App Store use a brilliant technique for loading more information; you click the link and fresh items magically appear on the screen. This tutorial teaches you to use AJAX, CSS, Javascript, JSON, PHP, and HTML to create that...
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Creating a Keyboard with CSS and jQuery

Sometimes it’s just fun to play around with the programming languages we know and see what we can create. I thought it might be nice to create a little online keyboard with CSS, and then make it work with jQuery. The keyboard includes “action”...
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Making a Content Slider with jQuery UI

In this tutorial we’re going to be using the jQuery UI slider widget to create an attractive and functional content slider. We’ll have a container, which has a series of elements each containing different blocks of content. There will be too many...
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Create a Fun Tweet Counter With jQuery

In this tutorial, we will look at using jQuery to call Twitter’s API and then use the results to create a widget for a blog or personal website that shows what hours during the day we tweet at the most. The Twitter API is HTTP based, and can return...
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Recreating the MobileMe Web Gallery Interface

In 2007, Apple updated .Mac (now MobileMe), and introduced the “Web Gallery” feature - a photo sharing service that integrates with iPhoto. Web Gallery offers a beautiful interface, but the layout is done entirely with JavaScript. In this...
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10 Ways to Instantly Increase Your jQuery Performance

This article will present ten easy steps that will instantly improve your script’s performance. Don’t worry; there isn’t anything too difficult here. Everyone can apply these methods! When you’re finished reading, please let us...
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Learn How to Style Articles for Print and Email

When designing websites, a commonly desired feature is the ability to dynamically print or email any section of a webpage. Unfortunately, this idea is usually scrapped later in the project due to a lack of time or knowledge. Formatting the text for printing...
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Create a Progress Bar With Javascript

The Progress Bar is one of the latest components to be added to the excellent library of UI widgets and interaction helpers built on top of jQuery. It was introduced in the latest version of the library, which at the time of writing is 1.7. The progress...
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Build an Auto-Scrolling Slideshow That Works With and Without JavaScript

Create a jQuery slideshow that enables you to click through each slide when JavaScript is disabled, without having to display all slides one under the other. Introduction There are several tutorials that walk people through how to create a jQuery slideshow,...
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Fun With Canvas: Create a jQuery Graph Plugin

Combine the versatile canvas element with the robust jQuery library to create a bar graphing plugin. In this first part, we are going to code the core logic of the plugin as a standalone version. A Word From the Author Today, we are going to create a...
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24 JavaScript Best Practices for Beginners

As a follow-up to “30 HTML and CSS Best Practices”, this week, we’ll review JavaScript! Once you’ve reviewed the list, be sure to let us know what little tips you’ve come across! 1. Use === Instead of == JavaScript utilizes...
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Build a Web 2.0 Document Search Site

In this article, we will create a document searching site with jQuery. This site will be used to search documents by specifying an extension (file type). The data is then filtered and sent to Google. We’ll learn many jQuery tips and skills through...
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“Outside the Box” Navigation with jQuery

Just about every website uses the regular navigation concepts we’re all used to. After awhile this can get pretty boring, especially for designers who thrive on creativity. While mimicking the OS X dock and stacks isn’t new, it’s certainly...
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10 Useful Firefox Extensions to Supercharge Firebug

Firebug is a revolutionary Firefox extension that helps web developers and designers test and inspect front-end code. It provides us with many useful features such as a console panel for logging information, a DOM inspector, detailed information about...
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Jquery ajax utility function - $.ajax()

For those times when we want or need to exert a fine-grained level of control over how we make Ajax requests, jQuery provides a general utility function for making Ajax requests named $.ajax(). Under the covers, all other jQuery features that make Ajax...
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