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3 Excellent HTML5 Boilerplates for Quick Development

If you have just started out with HTML5, then boilerplates help you reason out with the framework and help create a professional front end and a robust website. This open source project was created in order to make you HTML5 ready, in case you have just started out. You can directly download and run the boilerplate from its website; you can either download the light or customizable version,... By Deepa Ranganathan   On 01 Jun 2015  Viewed: 125
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  • html5 development

Social media sharing buttons without javascript

Social Media Sharing Buttons Without JavaScript I was looking for code to add social media buttons to share my blog on different sites like facebook, twitter, google plus, tumbler and email, I search many websites but could not found any good article which can help to add these buttons without using JavaScript. Finally I checked the code of different sites and try to copy the rendered code and... By Hamden   On 29 Dec 2014  Viewed: 1,501
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Show faded image and clear on mouse hover

To show blurred, faded or washed-out image by using CSS and clear effect on mouse over on the image we need to use simply two CSS opacity and filter: alpha See following image, by default all will be faded on page load and once user will mouse over on any image that will look like the third image means that will be cleared. ![alt text][1] We can use these CSS anywhere in our application,... By Jason Olivera   On 06 Apr 2013  Viewed: 694
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Use XSLT to create menu from database

In some situations we need to create website menu from database, say our application have ability to create pages so that must also need to have a menu item to go to that page. So how to create menu with all those nice CSS and other settings, I think XSLT is best to use in these situations. Let’s see what we would need to create our menu 1. Procedure to get data from database in xml... By Hamden   On 16 Mar 2013  Viewed: 700
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  • asp.net

What is !important in CSS and what is the purposse of it?

As we know CSS styles works from top to bottom, suppose you have created two class with the same name or define the style of any element at two places, which one will apply on your page, can you guess which one will apply, yes you are right the last one because CSS works from top to bottom. Let's see this with some examples div{color:black;} .................... ... By Mike .Net   On 28 Jan 2013  Viewed: 192
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Watemark to disappear only when user start input in field

Watermark with ajax disappears when field gets focus, which is quite difficult to understand what should I enter in this field if I have not noticed before moving to that field. It's nice to show the water mark until user start entering something into field. If you have ever used Facebook they are using the same functionality, so let's see how can we do it for our applications. Easiest way... By Hamden   On 13 Jan 2013  Viewed: 583
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Horiontal menu by simple css

When we need a new menu we mostly depend on designers while you can create horzontal menu easily by writing some simple css, let's see how easy it is <style> ul.menu { list-style-type: none; margin: 0; padding: 0; overflow: hidden; } ul.menu li { float: left; ... By Flower   On 31 Dec 2012  Viewed: 254
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HTML5 video and browser compatibility

**HTML5 video and browser compatibility** Now to use video on browser is quite easy, we don't want any flash player any more, simply we can use `<vidoe>` tag and set the video path with src and done. Video tag attributes: - autoplay : "autoplay" or "" (empty string) [Instructs the UA to automatically begin playback of the video as soon as it can do so without stopping.] - preload :... By Myghty   On 30 Dec 2012  Viewed: 982
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HTML vs XHTML

HTML syntax, this is the format suggested for most authors. It is compatible with most legacy Web browsers. If a document is transmitted with the `text/html MIME` type, then it will be processed as an HTML document by Web browsers. This specification defines version 5 of the HTML syntax, known as "HTML5". XHTML syntax, which is an application of XML. When a document is transmitted with an XML... By Alicia Gonzalez   On 25 Dec 2012  Viewed: 376
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