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Classic Digg-Style Radio Buttons with CSS and jQuery

I’m sure many Internet users can remember the old days when Digg was a booming social news community. Although the company has fallen fast off the tracks in recent years, their original design patterns will always be around for inspiration. Especially when you consider the modern HTML5/CSS3 trends in website design. For this tutorial I want to explain how we…

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10 Free Pure CSS UI Kits

We have covered UI kits many, many times before. But never have the kits been exclusively built with CSS. All 10 of the kits below have been coded beautifully using CSS3 techniques and all include a range of common web UI elements. This post has been in the pipe-line for a very long time, that only goes to emphasizes the…

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Is it time to redesign your website?

The main problem with any website is the need to keep it up-to-date. If you do not maintain a website properly, it will quickly become stale and ultimately outdated. When this does happen the only solution is to rethink and redesign. The costs involved in designing a website can be high and the whole process can take weeks or even…

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Analysis of 20 Bootstrapped Startup Landing Pages

If you ask any entrepreneur what the most important part of a website is. They will undoubtedly tell you that it is the landing page. It’s an often quoted fact that you, as a business are not really competing with anything but the back button. And I can say from a lot of personal business experience that this is true….

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A History Lesson on the Rise and Fall of Adobe Flash

The long history of Flash has proven to be an interesting journey. Mostly all Internet users are familiar with the Flash Player plugin which, along with Adobe Reader, is constantly pushing updates. Flash is the original multimedia platform for the web which spans all the way back into the 1990s. But where has Adobe brought Flash into the present day?…