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Jtag Social Dance

November 23rd, 2011

Jtag social dance is an assortment of Social sharing widgets and custom icons [ Google+, Facebook, twitter, linkedin and more] that makes sharing both elegant and easy. It’s easy to install and has a unique design that matches almost any website design. Features Share on over 20 plus networks including the new Google plus 1…

BJ Image Slider Pro

November 23rd, 2011

Features: Images with eight great effects; Link can be added for each slide and select target (Blank or Self); Support special character (ø Ç Ý Ü Ù Ú Û Ü Ö Ô Ò Ó Õ Å À Á Â Ã Ä È É Ê Ë Ì Í Î Ï Ñ); You can change font size…

Call for jQuery 1.8 Ideas

November 22nd, 2011

We’re ready for our next round of community input, this time for version 1.8! This is your chance to suggest things we can fix, add, change, or remove in jQuery to make it better. You can add a suggestion using this form; whenever possible provide links to a bug report, a page with a detailed…

Evolving ECMAScript

November 22nd, 2011

For the Web and Web applications to keep making progress, the programming language of the Web must continue to improve. Today’s JavaScript standard lacks a few basic objects and library helpers that are vital for building rich, world-wide Web applications. Last week at the Ecma TC39 meeting at Apple’s campus in Cupertino, Microsoft shared reference…

More Ragnarök fixes (and then some) for Tunny

November 22nd, 2011

This Tunny (Opera 11.60) snapshot contains a few Featherweight skin fixes and fixes to the e-mail client, but what we are really looking for this time is feedback on the Ragnarök HTML5 parser. Keep an eye out for about any NSL (Never Stops Loading) issues compared to 11.5x, or pages that load differently or don't…

jQuery 1.7.1 Released

November 22nd, 2011

Here in the United States, we’re celebrating Thanksgiving this week. For those of you living elsewhere in the world, it’s a time when we install and test new versions of Javascript libraries while feasting on Mom’s homemade goodies. Kind of like a code sprint, but with better food. We invite everyone worldwide to join us…

Adding Personality with CSS3 Transitions and Animations

November 22nd, 2011

Advancements like high-performance compiled JavaScript and hardware-accelerated rendering of HTML5 and CSS3 in Internet Explorer 9 and 10 allow Web developers to create richer and richer experiences. Two related features,
CSS3 Transitions and …

‘Tis the season for Chromebooks

November 21st, 2011

The Chrome team elves have been busy packing a few goodies into Chromebooks in time for the upcoming holiday season. A simple, streamlined user interface From the moment you hit the power button and watch your Chromebook boot up in eight seconds flat, you’ll notice that the operating system got a bit of a facelift….

Wherefore Art Thou, Widgets?

November 20th, 2011

We need your opinion! One of the features we’re adding to WordPress 3.3 (currently in beta 3) is intended to reduce widget pain. Say you’re using Theme A and you have a handful of widgets set up. You switch to Theme B, and it has different widget areas, so you add/remove/edit your widgets. Then you…

Spoton Imaging Big Screen

November 19th, 2011

Spoton Imaging Big Screen is a browser-based full screen background slideshow. — ‘Big Screen’ tool is a browser-based full screen background slideshow (based on Supersized) for displaying unlimited slide images, including options to display a company logo with URL link, a text area, and up to five artist names with their URL links. — themes…