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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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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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Google Plus is now all over the web and that kick-ass user interface with no ads or stupid game is now threatening facebook directly.If you are a Jquery fan boy then you must have been wondering how to reproduce some of the awesome effects/features of Google Plus like me ! After some trial and error i have been able to reproduce the GPlus effect when you click on a post from your stream ( similar to facebook wall ) .

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If you have not read my previous post on creating a Facebook post to wall system then you should read it first. In this article, I will explain how I added code behind the “Share button” so that when clicked, it will post the content of the text area as wall post.

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