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AlexandreSmirnov (8 Articles)

Alexandre Smirnov is a web developer and designer who lives and works in California. He enjoys creating cool new stuff out of CSS3 and HTML5, and is convinced that Jquery is the meaning of life. He also regularly writes on his blog, DesignLunatic.com.
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Dynamically Filtering Layouts with Isotope and Bootstrap

I’m sure pretty much anyone who makes websites has stumbled upon jQuery Masonry at some point or other. Some people haven’t though, so here’s what Masonry is – it’s a…

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How to Build a Fully Functional CSS3-Only Content Slider

Content sliders are a great way to make a website more dynamic. They add flair, and if used correctly, could be the difference between a purchase and a back button….

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The 15 Best Lightroom Presets for Landscapes & Travel

Create beautiful and immersive travel photos with these Lightroom presets. From Morocco to the Scottish Highlands, these travel and landscape presets have got you covered!

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How to Build a Sliding One Page Portfolio with jQuery

In this tutorial, I will show you how to create an interesting sliding one page portfolio with jQuery. One page sites are usually a great way to show your prospective…

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How to Resize Images in an Article or Post with jQuery

If you own a blog, chances are you post pictures in your posts once in a while. Likewise, you have probably encountered the problem of resizing the images so that…

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How to Scroll to an Internal Link with jQuery

One page scrolling sites have experienced a huge growth in popularity in web design in recent years. Although this type of site isn’t for everyone, it is still useful to…

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Rearrange content when it’s too wide with jQuery

From its humble beginnings more than 25 years ago to the omnipresent behemoth it is today, the web has always been changing. Recently, the explosion in the popularity of mobiles…

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Things you have to Consider when Designing for Mobile

Mobile web browsing has been growing exponentially in the past few years. From around 5% in 2007, to about 30% today. In 2014, the amount of people that access the…

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Rubber Layouts – Combining Static and Fluid Layouts