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    How to Create Script-Free CSS3 TooltipsScriptless thumb
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    Ahhh... tooltips. They can be the answer to many of your support worries or if you just want to give a little hint to the user. Today there are tons of websites and applications out there using tooltips but... is there a better way to implement them? I'm excited to say that there is a better way, a Javascript free way... well for the most part. We're going to be making some really awesome tooltips out of pure CSS3 and then we're going to create a mobile friendly version, and this is where it gets a little hazy because to get this to work, we have to use a little Javascript fix known as none other than Dean Edwards IE9.js. Note: There is full IE support for versions 8 and up. IE7 is also supported except for the mobile version (clickable version).Read More…
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    How to Create a CSS3 Tabbed NavigationPreview
    Hiya folks! Today we're going to have fun creating a CSS3 Tabbed Navigation. In this tut we're going to be creating the darkwash jean version out of the many different themes available for these awesome tabs just because... #1 we can and #2, there is more styling involved and I can show you more neat tricks with CSS3 than with the other styles. If you prefer, there are much simpler themes in the source files so feel free to follow along with those as the structure is pretty much the same. Read More…
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    Create and Code Your Own Juicy Tag Cloud!Tags thumbnail
    Today we're firing it up with a tutorial on how to design and code your own juicy tag cloud using Photoshop, CSS, and a few tiny images! We'll be using the age-old sliding doors technique, but we'll include some advanced CSS selector methods towards the end in case you want to push the envelope and use this inside WordPress. Ready, set, go!Read More…
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    Basics: Create a Clean Magazine & Blog Theme (Day 5: Final Parts)Basicspreview
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    It's day five of the Basics Design tutorial! Today we'll be finishing the final pieces of the project - including a detailed installation of SlideDeck and some Javascript work. Adi has recorded another HD video tutorial covering the crucial PSD > HTML conversion process. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a new designer, we hope you enjoy the walkthrough! Let's start day 5...Read More…
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    Basics: Create a Clean Magazine & Blog Theme (Day 4: Coding Part 2)Basicspreview
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    It's day four of the Basics Design tutorial! Today we'll be finishing the final pieces of the project - specifically we'll be writing the HTML/CSS for the support pages of the site. Adi has recorded another HD video tutorial covering the crucial PSD > HTML conversion process. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a new designer, we hope you enjoy the walkthrough! Let's start day 4...Read More…
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    Basics: Create a Clean Magazine & Blog Theme (Day 3: Coding Part 1)Basicspreview
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    It's day three of the Basics Design tutorial! Today we'll be continuing on with the coding - specifically we'll be writing the HTML/CSS for the homepage and the blog single post page. Adi has recorded another HD video tutorial covering the crucial PSD > HTML conversion process. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a new designer, we hope you enjoy the walkthrough! Let's start day 3...Read More…
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    Basics: Create a Clean Magazine & Blog Theme (Day 2: Slicing and Markup)Basicspreview
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    It's day two of the Basics Design tutorial! Having just finished the design session of this series, today we'll be continuing on with the PSD slicing and markup. Adi has recorded another HD video tutorial covering the crucial PSD > HTML conversion process. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a new designer, we hope you enjoy the walkthrough!Read More…
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    ShutterPress: Design & Code A Photo Portfolio Site (Day 2: Slicing & Code Prep)Sp thumb
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    I'm a huge fan of photo-centric site designs... so today I'm excited to launch a new "complete site" tutorial that's geared towards photographers, illustrators, and other visual creatives. In Day 1, we designed the template in Photoshop using some special tricks and techniques. Today, in Day 2, we'll walk through the final design phase and then do some "pre-flight" preparation for the coding phase, which we'll go over in detail in Day 3. In Day 4, we'll show you how to create three completely different sites using the same raw HTML.Read More…
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    ShutterPress: Design & Code A Photo Portfolio Site (Day 1: Design)Sp thumb
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    I'm a huge fan of photo-centric site designs... so today I'm excited to launch a new "complete site" tutorial that's geared towards photographers, illustrators, and other visual creatives. In Day 1, I'll be designing the template in Photoshop using some special tricks and techniques. In Day 2 we'll walk through "pre-flight" preparation for the coding phase, which we'll go over in detail in Day 3. In Day 4, we'll show you how to create three completely different sites using the same raw HTML. Ready to get started? Let's do this!Read More…
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    Create a Video Player Interface in FireworksFireworks proseries techniques
    In this tutorial, our Fireworks expert Tom Green is going to show us a wide variety of tricks and techniques for working with graphics in Adobe Fireworks. Our ultimate goal will be to create a video player interface, but the lessons are all in watching Tom work with the program.Read More…
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    Create A Simple User Interface Kit From Scratch (Free PSD Included!)Preview uikiot
    In today's tutorial, we're going to walk you through how to create your own simple UI kit from scratch. We'll create the basic building blocks that you can use in just about any web project, including: text fields, focus fields, select fields, scrollbars, loaders, checkboxes and radio buttons. Enjoy!Read More…
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    Create Your Own Sexy Background Patterns (Part 3: Carbon Fiber)Thumb carbon fiber
    Ever wondered how to create perfect, seamless background patterns that work on Photoshop and on the web? Look no further because today we're going to break it down for you - step by step. You'll be creating your own background patterns in no time!Read More…
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