Useful links: Part 1

Mockup Designer – A super-easy-to-use mockup tool-

Holmes, a stand-alone diagnostic CSS stylesheet that can highlight erroneous HTML(5) markup by adding one class-

Chosen is a JavaScript plugin that makes long, unwieldy select boxes and much more user-friendly-

Rainbow, a code syntax highlighting library written in Javascript-

Visual Effects with CSS3 Filters-

Check that your HTML code conforms to your coding standard

Great plugins to help you Speed Up Your Site With WordPress Lazy Load

Backbone.js Tutorial: Google’s APIs and RequireJS-

Using color range to make selections in Photoshop

Build an Adaptive CSS Modal Window

175+ free vintage and retro psd web design elements

Full Windows 8 GUI Theme set (psd)

The Best Design Books of 2012

CSS3 simple blur effect apply on menu elements-

Using Quick Mask tool in Photoshop

Collecting all the cheat sheets

A Visual Database Gallery In Pure CSS

150 best jQuery effects for web designers and developers

vintageJS – add some awesome retro and vintage style to your images with the HTML5 canvas element

34Grid – A responsive grid system based on equally distributed columns – CodeVisually

Implement a floating configuration panel to DOM elements

Force SSL with WordPress

Nimbus is a toolkit for experienced iOS software designers

SONHLAB Social Auth For PHP Standalone Sites and Applications

RequireJS is a JavaScript file and module loader. It is optimized for in-browser use

Fast, scalable, distributed game server framework for node.js

How to Design an Awful Looking Sign-Up Form, 10 Step Guide


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