Fresh CSS3 and jQuery Tutorials
The ultimate collection of fresh tutorials that will teach you about a lot of creative CSS3 stuff as well as jQuery Snippets. In modern web 2.0 gone are the days when people used to have image sliced website layouts, where people used to create a website layout in Adobe Photoshop and slice it up, set up the different pieces of sliced images in backgrounds of divs or tables. This way was bogus and had been rightly accused for increasing Page Load time, which is an important factor of SEO. If you site has a good speed all you get as a reward is better SERP (Search Engine Results Page)
In this era of modern web, the sleek design and metro layouts have been introduced, in 2009 CSS3 and jQuery based designs got a lot of boost. Now-a-days, if you are not using CSS3, you are ten years behind from modern technologies. jQuery has always been there, whenever one needed to implement more lively features in combination with CSS3.
jQuery & CSS3 layouts are fast, you just have to include a little jQuery library from Google’s CDN, which in most cases is already present in an internet surfer’s browser, because most of the sites use it. After that small snippets provided below do the job. CSS3 has a lot of features that you and your readers will love. Some of them are like CSS3 is able to implement almost about anything that once used to be an image, coding. Your style sheet hardly exceeds in size and it only causes 1 Http request when a user browses your site he finds real speed in it.
jQuery Feed Menu
Styling Buttons and Toolbars with the jQuery UI CSS Framework
jQuery Tools: Scrollable
How To Build Quick and Simple AJAX Forms with JSON Responses
Horizontal Scrolling Menu made w CSS and jQuery
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