Media Player UI: Free PSD Template

This free download is of a PSD template of digital media players. You can use it to mock-up and design user interfaces. This PSD freebie is brought to you by VIVROCKS.com

Media Player UI: Free PSD Template

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Mufeed Ahmad
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jQuery Mobile: Touch-Optimized Web Framework for Smartphones & Tablets

jQuery Mobile: Touch-Optimized Web Framework for Smartphones & Tablets

jQuery mobile framework takes the “write less, do more” mantra to the next level: Instead of writing unique apps for each mobile device or OS, the jQuery mobile framework will allow you to design a single highly branded and customized web application that will work on all popular smartphone and tablet platforms.

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Some nice graphic references.

As now a days graphic design is growing we should try to jump over the web world where we can find ( – n -) numbers of reference.

Some nice graphic references.

Lets share some nice graphic samples for you. Click here

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Rise up static CSS attributes with CSS3 : Animation with CSS3

As in the growing world of CSS and HTML now you have the power to rise up with CSS3 Animation to bang the era.

Animation with CSS3

http://www.impressivewebs.com/demo-files/css3-animated-scene/

Here are the browsers that support CSS3 keyframe animations:

  • Chrome 2+,
  • Safari 4+,
  • Firefox 5+,
  • iOS Safari 3.2+,
  • Android 2.1+.

Although no official announcement has been made, support in Opera is expected. There’s no word yet on support in IE.

 

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The Future Of CSS: Experimental CSS Properties

The Future Of CSS: Experimental CSS Properties

Despite contemporary browsers supporting a wealth of CSS3 properties, most designers and developers seem to focus on the quite harmless properties such as border-radius, box-shadow or transform. These are well documented, well tested and frequently used, and so it’s almost impossible to not stumble on them these days if you are designing websites.
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a tag play in HTML5

The a- element on steroids

While the changes to previously existing elements involve  creative wordplay, there’s one element that’s getting a supercharged makeover in HTML5.

The a- element is, without a doubt, the most important element in HTML. It turns our text into hypertext. It is the connective tissue of the World Wide Web. The a element has always been an inline element. If you wanted to make a headline and a paragraph into a hyperlink, you would have to use multiple a elements:

<h2><a href="/about">About me</a></h2>
<p><a href="/about">Find out what makes me tick.</a></p>

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