Spread your Content on Twitter With Easy Retweet Button

Saturday, July 11, 2009 9:30
Posted in category Extenshion, Open Source, wordpress

John Resig is sharing very functional script named Easy Retweet Button that will simplify “the sharing of your content on Twitter“.

It is an unobtrusive JavaScript file for displaying a retweet link with a shortened URL via Bit.ly (similar to Tweetmeme) & number of clicks came to that content from Twitter.

Easy Retweet Button

Easy Retweet Button has 2 ready-to-go styles: vertical & horizontal. And it can be easily themed as only HTML, CSS & JavaScript is used.

It is possible to customize the “Retweet” text, prefix of the tweets (like RT @..) & Bit.ly username / API key to be used.

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Power of CSS3 and jQuery, How to CSS3 Effects via jQuery

Friday, July 10, 2009 0:54
Posted in category CSS3, Development, Jquery

How to use CSS3 today with safety to create visible effects in all browsers? Simple! Hiding it in jQuery! In this way your problem is just to know if the browser supports jQuery. Today we show yuo a useful list to learn to use CSS3 via jQuery but let’s start with some info and examples about the CSS3 code to understand how to use it after with jQuery.

Multiple Backgrounds with CSS3

#backgrounds-box {
background: url(top-backgroundg.png) top left no-repeat,
url(bottom-backgroundg.png) bottombottom left no-repeat,
url(middle -backgroundg.png) left repeat-y;
padding: 35px;
}

Text Shadow with CSS3

b { text-shadow:  5px 5px 5px #666666; }

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Best Navigation Options, Help Users to Navigate Through Your Website Effectively

Friday, July 10, 2009 0:29
Posted in category Art Directing, Design, Layouts

A website can offer readers at least 12 different navigation options. Not all of them are applicable to every website.

However, a quality website should always offer a range of navigation options.

12 Navigation Options

1. Classification Path Navigation a.k.a Breadcrumbs

Griffith University

Griffith University Breadcrumbs Navigation

Classification path navigation is generally found near the top of the Web page, often underneath the masthead. This navigation shows the various parts of the particular classification tree in which a particular document or section of the website is located.

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Open Source PHP application, which convert RSS feed into a PDF newspaper

Friday, July 10, 2009 0:16

This is an open source PHP application which can convert any RSS feed into a PDF newspaper.

It works flawless with fetching only the text & ,currently, has a partial support for images.

RSS To PDF

The application uses other open source codes like:

If a feed shares a part of the original content, the application has an option to fetch the complete content as well.

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How to create old style photo effect with interesting accent

Thursday, July 9, 2009 2:54

Old Style Photo Effect

Now I’m going to show you how to create old style photo effect with interesting accent.

At first you need to find some appropriate picture for our tutorial. Actualy you can find picters in Google searh or feel free to use mine. Open our original picture and apply Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation with next presets to change hue and saturation: Read the rest of this entry »

Creating a 3D Text Photo Manipulation, Best Tutorial for designers.

Thursday, July 9, 2009 1:33

In this intermediate-level graphic design tutorial, you’ll learn how to realistically superimpose a beautiful three-dimensional text object onto a living room scene with the help of Illustrator and Photoshop.

How to Create a 3D Text Photo Manipulation

Final result

Below, you’ll see the preview of the photo manipulation scene that we’ll be creating together – you can click on it to see the full-scale version.

Final result

Let’s get this thing rolling, shall we?

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