Beat your HTML layouts into submission with jQBoxModel Plugin

Posted July 3rd, 2011 in html/css, jQuery, plugin by Kalim Fleet

The jQBoxModel plugin is a plugin for jQuery that allows you to quickly prototype complex layouts. This plugin was developed to streamline the page layout process by using % widths to have your main content width take up a percentage of the

jQuery Notifications Plugin

Posted February 18th, 2011 in jQuery, xml by Kalim Fleet
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One thing I envy about more advanced programming languages is their heavy use of XML to set the properties of controls. This demo is my attempt to use jQuery’s XML processing capabilities to mimic similar behavior. In particular, this demo will display notifications of various types with some robust customization options all within a nicely [...]

20 Great Mobile Websites That Beautifully Complement Their Desktop Sites

Posted December 24th, 2010 in roundup by Kalim Fleet

This showcase highlights some standouts from companies you have heard of like CBS, Disney, and also some you may not have heard of. Each of these mobile websites attempt to make the mobile experience as good as possible even with limited bandwidth and screen space.

Modernize Your Web Design With These CSS3 Snippets

Posted December 23rd, 2010 in html/css, roundup by Kalim Fleet
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CSS3 can be used to help enhance the look of your website for visitors who view it in better web browser.

WordPress Theme Viewer (R,G,B)

Posted July 30th, 2010 in wordpress by Kalim Fleet
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Roundups are a popular way to list inspirational design, plug-ins, any other information that would be useful for web designers. I wanted to take the opportunity to show a roundup in an interesting way using jQuery and an HTML image map.

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