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33 Fresh jQuery And CSS3 Tutorials

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In this post we have compiled some useful jQuery and css3 tutorials. Enjoy!!

If you like these tutorials you might also want to check out our previous posts below.

33 Excellent jQuery Tutorials

19 CSS3 and jQuery Tutorials for Perfect UI Design

Hover and Click Trigger for Circular Elements with jQuery

22 Useful HTML5 CSS3 Form Tutorials

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Using HTML5 and CSS3 you can create creative web forms with great specifications. So in this roundup we are featuring 22 CSS3 form tutorials.

Slick login form with HTML5 & CSS3

Design a Full HTML5/CSS3 Template Replica of Digg v3

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Social media junkies on the turn of the year 2004 surely remember Digg. It was the powerhouse of social news, all the techies would flock to Digg on a daily basis. And it’s been through quite a few changes recently with the v4 redesign. However I fondly remember Digg’s classic appeal running under v3 as the most accepted web interface.

Thus I’ve taken the liberty to re-code the entire front page template into HTML5/CSS3! And in this short tutorial I’ll be introducing you to some of my techniques. Additionally I’ve offered the source code completely free to download for your own usage. Much of the design I’ve had to piece together through the Wayback Machine Internet archives.

Digg v3 Template hand-coded into HTML5/CSS3

25 More Books For Designers, Developers And Web Workers

A while ago we shared 25 great web-design and development books and since this earlier post got a great response (and we’ve read a lot more books since), we’ve now gathered another 25.

In this list you’ll find books about design, theory, development, css, html and a lot more. I hope you enjoy the post!

Applying a Clean & Imageless Design to an Article – Part I

For Christmas this year, my beautiful wife gave me a copy of The Web Designer’s Idea Book, Volume 2. Obviously, I have been perusing the book, and I am finding that there are tons of awesome web designs to take in. I’m super happy with the gift and I expect that it will prove to be a highly valuable resource throughout 2011, and beyond.

Yet, even just a quick perusal of the book reveals the prevailing influence of Photoshop (or other graphics programs) on the industry at large. Today, the web is full of beautiful, rich and colourful graphics that continuously amaze and impress us in all manner of very legitimate ways. But just because we can include all of this incredible imagery, it doesn’t necessarily follow that we have to. Sometimes, the simple use of colour, shape and typography can create an attractive and elegant design all on its own.

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