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Flabell’s Fade In Fade Out Slideshow is a simple image gallery controlled by XML input. With this slideshow you can fade in/out between any number of images, control the loop function, the use of random playback of images, the transition time between slides as well as the display time of an image. All these can be updated in the XML configuration file.

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Features include:

  • Customizable links
  • Customizable transition time.
  • Customizable slideshow time.
  • Random play and looping are set in XML.

Web Icon Set shares 10 free professional icons that can be used in both personal and commercial projects. These icons come in 4 sizes (128, 64, 48, 32px) and can be used on any desktop and web applications.

The application icon set includes: Register, Settings, Users, Database, Login, Chat, Add, Delete, Edit, Invoice.

application-icon-set

Note that redistribution, release for download or selling of these icons on another site without permission is completely prohibited.

If you are looking to enhance your HTML tables with alternate row highlighting, header class toggling, auto data type recognition, and selective column sorting then the new version of TinyTable can help you with these endeavors. This table sorter script weights only 6kb and has all the previous TinyTable features. The application has been tested in all major browsers and is available free of charge for both personal and commercial projects.

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Do you need clean, crisp and consistent buttons to improve your website’s design? Simply-Buttons v2 is a choice to consider. You can use only CSS to stylish the buttons or the JavaScript component that uses the sliding doors technique to enhance the look of the buttons. Both the look and the feel of the buttons is customizable (ex: by creating your own CSS file).

simply-buttons-v2

Features include:

  • Buttons size to fit text.
  • Support for 3 states: Inactive, Active, and Hover.
  • They look and behave the same way in every browser and operating system.
  • The do not need the javascript to work, they work with just the CSS
  • Customizable buttons to suit your design

jQuery Concrete: Support for ConcreteUI programming

Posted on November 2, 2009, Filled under jQuery,  Bookmark it

jquery.concrete

Hamish Friedlander’s JQuery Concrete tries to provide a new model of code organization. It intends to be a replacement for Object Oriented Programming that is focused on adding functions to groups of DOM elements based on the content and structure of those DOM elements. This merging of the model and view layer may seem weird initially, it can give very powerful results.

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mooShell is an useful tool to test your MooTools code. You just need to load the page, edit some relevant fields and load the results into an iframe. Although it lacks some features, being in early stage of development this tool is a definitive help when writing HTML, CSS and JavaScript. A nice feature is the ability to save results for further usage, like the result from this example: http://www.mooshell.net/wzRDj/. There are plans to implement logging, choice of JavaScript libraries, snippets, tagging and many more.

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