Best website to follow by Web designers


As a Designers and young experience, I think designers must follow and go through some website for such as ideas, latest trend and to know about clients and handle designs with clients. As that, we have to know how is client what they expecting and all so as a young designer we don’t have that much experience we can learn those things and much more from such websites smashing, mashble and there are lot of,

1. NETTUTS

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NETTUTS is a recently launched blog/tutorial site that provides “spoonfed web skills“. There are already plenty of useful and detailed tutorials that range from offloading static content to Amazon S3 to creating a beautiful tabbed content area using jQuery. NETTUTS is perfect for developers just starting out, since the tutorials are very thorough and in a “step by step” format. For more advanced developers, it’s an excellent source of inspiration and learning new techniques.

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Awesome jQuery Plugins And Techniques To Create Visually Excellent Websites


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Are you looking for some cool and handy jQuery Plugins, you landed at right place. Below we are presenting 45 most useful and handy plugins that you can use in your next project and make it stand out.

jQuery is the most well-known and open source JavaScript library which is being used all around the world because it simplifies the client-side scripting of HTML. You can also create marvelous effects by using these plugins. Enjoy!

You are welcome if you want to share more jQuery Plugins And Techniques that our readers/viewers may like. Do you want to be the first one to know the latest happenings at  SmashingApps.com just subscribe to our rss feed and you can follow us on twitter as well.

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30 CSS and Javascript Tabs Solutions


Tabs have been around for a long time, they are nothing new, but with so many sites (blogs, ecommerce sites, web apps…) needing to show as much content and navigation as possible, they have never been so relevant.
They are the perfect web page tidying up solution for organizing cluttered content in a space-limited web page. Seperating content into tabs keeps everything nice and compact, clutter free and are always at the ready should a user need it.

In this round-up we have a variety of easy to use modern tabs solutions, techniques, tutorials and plugins, most of them make use of a variety of Javscript libraries (MooTools, jQuery…), but you will also find some innovative pure CSS solutions as well.

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13 Excellent Tutorials On Creating jQuery Navigation Menu


jQuery is a fast and concise JavaScript Library that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development. In this post I’ve selected 13 jQuery navigation menu tutorials for implementing your own jQuery based navigation and have some great effects. Before getting stared you may be interested in looking my post about making navigation menu using CSS and Adobe Photoshop.

[13 hand-picked Vertical and horizontal CSS Menus]


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AJAX basics with jQuery in ASP.NET {www.simple-talk.com}


A Step Ahead of the UpdatePanel

This article will show you how AJAX can be used on ASP.NET web pages by means of the increasingly popular JQuery (JavaScript) library. It will explain how to use jQuery for this, and what the advantages are of using it.

In the last few years, we have seen an increasing interaction between the user and the web sites as a result of the design and technology ideas that we refer to as Web 2.0.

Today Web 2.0 sites host, and manage, a lot of data about their users. Web users store their data (images, video and so on) online, update it on a regular basis, share it with other users, post comments on blogs and so on. This trend has, in turn, lead to an increase in the number of round trips between clients and servers.

In the traditional Web model, users ask for a static page, the server gets it back to them and the browser then renders the page in its entirety. Then the users move on to the next page. On a data-intensive site, this extra activity will not only increase the network traffic, but will also force the user to wait for the page to be rendered every time any data is changed.

Today, users of a Web 2.0 site will be able to request information, or make changes, and will get the information they need when parts of the page’s content is refreshed from data supplied by the server without them having to move to another page.

The key technology for solving this problem is AJAX, a technique that allows JavaScript to make an HTTP POST or GET request to fetch, or send , data; whilst not requiring a complete refresh of the page.

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