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Image Sprites – How to merge multiple images, and how to split them

An Image Sprites is a single image which is merged with multiple images. The reason why Image Sprites are needed instead of inserting multiple images into a page is to SAVE network bandwidth as well as reduce the number of server requests. Since inserting many images into a page will take longer time to…
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Unquoted font family names in CSS

Are the quotes in font-family: 'Comic Sans MS' required, or not? According to the the CSS validator, the quotes are supposed to be there in this case because the font family name contains spaces: Family names containing whitespace should be quoted. If quoting is omitted, any whitespace characters before and after the name are…
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jQuery Plugin for Cartoon-like Background Image Sprite Animation – AniDG – (alernative to animated Gif)

What is AniDg? AniDg is a simple plugin for jQuery which allows you animate background images. The plugin is basically an alternative to the animated GIF but with several benefits. At first, it's always better to use an animated GIF as this format is supported by all browsers without any JavaScript…
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HTML5 canvas awesomeness – games roundup

HTML5 is being developed as the next major revision of HTML, the core markup language of the World Wide Web. Besides new elements like header, section, footer, etc., the HTML5 brings you the canvas element. The canvas is a rectangular area within you can use Javascript to draw graphics or other visual images on a…
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Google Font API and Typekit solutions VS CCS3 @font-face

A quick tutorial here about setting up your website with custom fonts  I am also sharing these alternative solutions, pros and cons. The aim of this post is to briefly round up your options when using custom fonts in web design. CSS3 @font-face The @font-face was first proposed for CSS2…
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