Zoomy : Quick & Easy jQuery Plugin for Zooming Pictures

Zoomy is a quick and easy plugin that will zoom into a picture. You only need two copies of one image first the display image and then the zoom image. Most CMS systems save or create multiple sizes of an image so its easy to set up. Just link the zoom picture on the display picture, and tell the plugin to use that link when zooming. It takes only a little bit of scripting.

Zoomy : Quick & Easy jQuery Plugin for Zooming Pictures

Zoomy is simple. Zoomy is easy to implement and customize. There are a few options that allow you to change the appearance and usability of Zoomy. Plug it in, and even the most boring pictures can turn heads. Get a extra level of detail without boging down your page with gaint images.

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Freebie: Professional Pricing Table (PSD)

Pricing tables are a very important element for every business that offers products or services. A good pricing table has to have a great impact and uniqueness in the eyes of a potential client. Also, they must clearly differentiate the features of various pricing plans and be able to easily guide the client in picking the best plan for his needs.

This freebie that we released today by InspiredCore uses all the elements that you need in creating the perfect pricing table for your company. A trendy design yet very well organized to maximize the numbers of your clients.

Freebie: Professional Pricing Table (PSD)

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CSSPrefixer : Keep your Styles Clean

A tool that rewrites your CSS files, adding vendor-prefixed versions of (popular) CSS3 rules. It also can combine and minify your stylesheets. Keep your styles clean! It supports many CSS3 stuff including Flexbox, but not Gradients yet.

For example, this

#wrapper {
    border-radius: 1em;
    transform: rotate(45deg)
}

becomes this:

#wrapper {
    -moz-border-radius: 1em;
    -o-transform: rotate(45deg);
    -moz-transform: rotate(45deg);
    -webkit-transform: rotate(45deg);
    -webkit-border-radius: 1em;
    border-radius: 1em;
    transform: rotate(45deg)
}

Requires cssutils.

CSSPrefixer : Keep your Styles Clean

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Moving Boxes Content with jQuery

Today we will create a website template with some really sweet animations using jQuery. The idea is to have little boxes scattered around at the top of the site and when a menu item is clicked, the boxes animate to form the main content area. We will use some different animation effects that we will add as options to the menu item.

The content area will custom scroll for which we will be using the really awesome jScrollPane Plugin by Kevin Luck. We will also use the jQuery 2d transformation plugin by Grady in order to rotate the little boxes while we animate them, and the the jQuery Easing Plugin for some spice.

Codrops shared this tutorial.

Moving Boxes Content with jQuery

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Mobile Boilerplate : A Best Practice Baseline for your Mobile Web App

Mobile Boilerplate is your trusted template made custom for creating rich and performant mobile web apps. You get cross-browser consistency among A-grade smartphones, and fallback support for legacy Blackberry, Symbian, and IE Mobile. Mobile Boilerplate is not a framework, but works well with projects like jQuery Touch, Sencha Touch, Phonegap and Appcelerator. You get an offline caching setup for free, fast button clicks, a media query polyfill, and many common mobile WebKit optimizations waiting for you. Use Mobile Boilerplate to start your mobile webapp quickly and immediately benefit from community best practices.

Mobile Boilerplate : A Best Practice Baseline for your Mobile Web App.

Features :

  • Cross-browser compatible (Android, iOS, Blackberry, Symbian)
  • CSS class target IE Mobile 7
  • Home screen icon (Android, iOS, Symbian)
  • Cross browser viewport optimization for Android,iOS,IE,Nokia,Blackberry
  • Optimized viewport scaling (Android, iOS, Mobile IE, Blackberry)
  • Option to enable iOS start screen in full screen mode
  • IE Mobile better Font rendering
  • Adaptable markup and CSS skeleton
  • CSS stylesheet for low end devices
  • Mobile sitemap
  • Mobile MIME type support
  • Build tool for mobile
  • Integrates well with PhoneGap and Appcelerator
  • HTML5 offline caching for smartphone
  • Hide URL bar to maximize screen area
  • Button clicks that don’t wait for the default 300ms delayed click event
  • Textarea autogrow
  • Hide Safari browser chrome
  • Mobile bookmark bubble
  • Browser Database Wrapper API
  • Robust optional User Agent Detection in .htaccess
  • Mobile optimized default CSS
  • Media queries polyfill for Windows Mobile
  • Google Analytics for low end mobile devices

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Browser Evolution – The History of Web Browsers [Infographic]

Looking at the browsers in the current browser race it is hard to remember the time when Netscape had over 86% of the market share. Once Microsoft started integrating Internet Explorer with Windows they unsurprisingly took over the market and dominated it for several years. Enjoy this infograhpic and the The History of Web Browsers created by TechKing.

Browser Evolution - The History of Web Browsers [Infographic]

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True Colors : Breakdown of Color Preferences by Gender [Infographic]

From the day that babies are brought home and cradled in their pink or blue blankets, implications have been made about gender and color. While there are no concrete rules about what colors are exclusively feminine or masculine, there have been studies conducted over the past seven decades that draw some generalizations. Let’s take a look at what they say about color and gender.

Click on the infographic below: Breakdown of Color Preferences by Gender created by KISSmetrics.

True Colors – Breakdown of Color Preferences by Gender [Infographic]

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