Hi guys, I just want to show your few HTML5 examples. It’s really amazing how the web grows and allows to build great apps.
As much as I don’t want to make any copy’n'paste posts and I think it’s not ’100 Best Webapps’ as there is plenty of places when you can find such collections – those examples are worth seeing as we all need to realize how much can we do not just by using Flash :)
Today I’ll show you how to restructure the UL tag to add labels based on a letter using a few lines of jQuery. Simple code should do the trick :)
Sometimes you need to attach custom ID like reference ID or a campaign ID to links inside a page content e.g. to track clicks deeper than only on current page.
There’s a lot of different solutions how to pull the data from twitter and show them on your site.
In this article I’d like to show you one of them, custom made for our blog.
As much as I “love” IE6 (subtle irony) if your customer wants it, you need to take it at least in the consideration and make your site IE6 proof (or convince him to drop IE6 support but…)
The most painful headache – PNG transpareny!
You want to build an client-side app. You can use your imagination and a few JS libraries… but there’s a catch! The size needs to be less or equal to 10K!
For a while link to 10K Apart site was sitting inside my bookmarks, now it’s time to show it to the world as in my opinion the whole idea of building an “over-optimized” application is just brilliant!
If you didn’t see it already that’s the mandatory link you need to visit. That’s the challenge for a “geeky enough” or just great web-developer.
The contest is already closed but if you enjoy a good piece of code and a bit of inspiration you need visit the site!
Before we started the site – one of the initial ideas was to promote young and unknown artists (at least unknown to the “pop-public”) – so that we can have our small contribution towards making the design world a better place. So… The Spotlight is here if you are out there and want to show your work (whatever it is: design, motion, code) let us know – if we like it too… well we’ll share it on the ArtisNavi site (o yeah – and it’s free). This is also a great opportunity to get vital feedback and input from the professionals.