Marquee with CSS and Jquery

Marquee tag (‘< marquee >‘) one quite well-known tag pre-HTML5 era. As time went on, people did not care about this. What makes it standalone is its concept still lives on. Today, marquee tag support has been deprecated. But at some point of time we need that same scrolling effect, be it from right, left, […]

Useful links: Part 1

Mockup Designer – A super-easy-to-use mockup tool- http://codevisually.com/mockup-designer/ Holmes, a stand-alone diagnostic CSS stylesheet that can highlight erroneous HTML(5) markup by adding one class- http://red-root.com/sandbox/holmes/ Chosen is a JavaScript plugin that makes long, unwieldy select boxes and much more user-friendly- http://harvesthq.github.com/chosen/ Rainbow, a code syntax highlighting library written in Javascript- http://craig.is/making/rainbows Visual Effects with CSS3 […]

Jquery Conflict

Well, I’m happy that I’m back with a small topic. It’s very often that while working with multiple Jquery framework we end-up in conflicting those jquery framework; means when we want to run some application smoothly, the loaded jquery frameworks start fighting among themselves and attains a deadlock state. I’m using jquery tabs UI for […]

A Simple Cufon tutorial

Cufon text, a way to display different, stylish typos on to your web page/ website. Because, in Web design, also in User Interface design fonts play a major role in beautification of the whole design layout. In the Web 2.0 almost every website is rendered with nice fonts so that the whole website looks beautiful […]