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04 May 2010 by
If you want to embed Flash video on your website, you could do a lot worse than use Flowplayer which is an open source Flash player.
16 April 2010 by
Twitter has opened its doors a bit more so that you can add its functionality to your website. Its @Anywhere platform allows you to integrate Twitter into your website.
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11 March 2010 by
I am reading a new jQuery book from Sitepoint at the moment. It's called jQuery: Novice to Ninja and it promises to take you from beginner to expert.
05 March 2010 by
Over the last week or so I have come across several websites that allow users to navigate using the left and right arrow keys. I think this is an interesting approach and I really like this method.
10 February 2010 by
Some recent articles on jQuery from around the web.
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13 July 2009 by
There’s a common newspaper and print layout method where the text of an article is arranged over several columns. This makes the article easer to read and looks quite nice visually. Wouldn’t it be great if you could do this with CSS? Well, in fact this is perfectly possible using the multi-column layout module that is part of the CSS3 specification. Whilst browser support for this is patchy, the module is now approaching candidate recommendation status, and the method can still be implemented using proprietary but well-supported CSS rule prefixes like