Creating menus for mobile users gives webdesigners a unique challenge, which can be dealt with in very different ways. One of the quickest ways is to use a jquery plugin, now if you are not loading jquery as part of your site already this might be overkill just to use it for a menu. But …
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15 Even More Responsive Frameworks
This is part 3 in in our ongoing series of posts highlighting the latest responsive web frameworks. And yes, today we have 15 even more frameworks for you to consider.
jQuery selectBox: A styleable replacement for SELECT elements
Features Supports OPTGROUPS Supports standard dropdown controls Supports multi-select controls (i.e. multiple="multiple") Supports inline controls (i.e. size="5") Fully accessible via keyboard Shift + click (or shift + enter) to select a range of options in multi-select controls Type to search when the control has focus Auto-height based on the size attribute (to use, omit the …
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EU Cookie Law
Many of us probably heard the EU Cookie Law already and thinking about "what to do" and many others should be saying: "cookie what?".
One div aims to highlight the potential of CSS3 through a library of single element logos.All icons displayed on the website are realised in pure css with only one html div. The challenge is also to provide an alternative to SVG. Indeed icons allow precise borders preserved even resized (As vector format). Then we can …