Making a Full Width Responsive Tiled Menu with...

Full width responsive tiled menu is one of the most creative ways to display the navigation of your site. Not only it creates a very full-bodied effect for visitors but also gives them a taste of trendy flat design. In this tutorial, I’m going to create a full width tiled menu and make it fully responsive using CSS3 Media Queries. At the end, I’ll also use some quick JavaScript to show or hide the tiled menu on smaller screen devices. Let’s get started!

Creating Multi-files Uploader with blueimp jQuery Plugin &...

Blueimp File Upload is a popular free jQuery File upload plugin which can handle multiple file uploads, it comes with many attractive features like drag & drop support, progress bars, client side preview of pictures, audios and videos. It works with any server-side platform such as Google App Engine, PHP, Python, Ruby on Rails, Java.

15 Best Free Fonts Every Logo Designer Should...

A logo serves as the key component in making a business establish itself as a unique identity. It helps in communicating with the users what your business is all about, and make your business brand differentiate from your competitors. Logo’s are said to invoke emotions and inspire people. When it comes to designing a logo, most of the designers focus on the designing part, but neglect paying due importance to using the right font for the logo design.

40 Responsive Navigation Solutions (Examples & Codes)

Responsive navigation has been the key factor of all new generation websites, and it’s bit tricky to build a proper functional navigation menu, because not only it has maintain a perfect look, but it also has to adopt to different screen sizes. Most of us familiar with Bootstrap or Foundation version of responsive navigation, but if we expand our horizon, there’s ocean of responsive navigation resources. Here’s list of some old and new tutorials, jQuery plugins, CSS and JavaScript examples relating to Responsive Navigation for your website.

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