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Links of Interest

Published by Chris Coyier

NETTUTS Launches

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If NETTUTS lives up to the quality standard of PSDTUTS, this is going to be a great resource for web design and development tutorials!

 

Q&A Formatting with Definition Lists

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I wrote a guest article over at CSS Newbie on using definition lists for question and answer formatting. It's pretty simple stuff, but it is good to know because sometimes those DL's are just the perfect choice semantically. More on definition lists here.

 

CSS Feeder

Another one of these design-link-aggregator sites has popped up: CSS Feeder. I kind of like these things, which is why I mention it. Lots of links in one place for easy design article snacking. Plus the design on this one is pretty slick.

 

Kevin Bacon Helps Us Learn MooTools

David Walsh again with another wacky MooTools tutorial. This one is all about dragging and dropping (and then locking), which is a really cool effect.

 

Creative Footers

Smashing magazine has an (as usual) excellent roundup of creative footers. It was this very post that inspired me to do something about the footer here on CSS-Tricks. It's now got that rough tag thing going on, which completes the "tag" look I started in the "logo".

 

Huge Matrix of Lightbox Clones

If you ever find yourself digging around for a lightbox you like, or one that is compatible with the javascript framework you are currently using, check out this page of lightbox clones. You can filter the grid by framework or functionality, so finding just the right one should be quick and easy.

Comments

  1. Laura
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    Honey, love the new footer, but it seems to stretch your header out a bit, so that the logo tag doesn’t line up with the articles tab :) Thx for the links of interest, I’m heading over to the MooTools tutorial now!

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    Ya, new footer graphic is nice. Good links as usual.

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    CSS Feeder looks good, and just about all my own favourites in one place. Wonder if they’ll list iLT too :
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    Thanks for the MooTools link too. Very useful for a programming-retard like me.

    PS: which plugin (if any) do you use for comment previews? That’s very nice.

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    Your NetTuts link isn’t working, btw.

  5. @johno: It’s worth asking them I guess! The plugin I am using for live comments is called Live Comments Preview. And thanks for alerting me to the busted link, fixed now.

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    Thanks for the plugin link, Chris.

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