With everyone talking about Google Plus recent site kick off, I figured it was the perfect time to try and recreate probably one of the most noticeable element on the new social network. Creating buttons with CSS is one of the most experimented-with web design techniques around. The trend in CSS button design seems to be eliminating the use of images, especially background images, from buttons. This emerging trend is mainly due to the recent breakthrough of CSS3. Buttons have now evolved in web designing, not just their appearance and effects but the way they are designed.

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Each time Facebook or Google Plus rolls out new features,they got a unique way of introducing it to the users by ‘blurring’ (ok to be more technical,by adding an overlay ) the whole user interface and turn it into a sort of demo mode.This article is just about how you can turn your site into a sort of demo mode to make your visitors aware that you got new features on your website.

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Apple has always been a god in the way they present their products on its website.There’s always something to admire about them .This article explains how to clone the slider in Itunes web store using jQuery.
It is sometimes also called banner slideshow,banner rotator or simply image slideshow, which is a modern way of displaying your featured content or image gallery, especially when you have a limited of space on your website. If you have never seen or have no idea what I’m talking about,may be the image below will refresh your memory.

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If you are using Google Plus then you must have noticed the photo stack effect when you view your own album or someone else album.In this tutorial ,i will explain how you can achieve this effect powered by Jquery and CSS3 .If you have not yet join the bandwagon of Google Plus then you can request an invitation from a Google Plus Friend or use the link here .

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Web-designers tend to wonder over the internet in search for aesthetics and when they spot something beautiful, they want it. They want it so bad. This is especially when they spot a really cool typography, they need to know what font it is. If this happens to you, you have come to the right place.

Yes, of course you can know what font a site is using by looking at the source code, but many a times, smart web designers use cryptic names for fonts to maintain exclusivity. Moreover, with tools like @font-face and Cufon, it becomes quite a tedious task to identify a font. That’s why we have compiled a bunch of free and excellent tools to identify a font and that too very quickly.

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