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3ds Max » Materials — over 7 years ago
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How to collapse multiple materials your models may contain into a single material. Great for lower game engine draw calls and rendering times.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
Today we are going to cover an area of CSS that is seldom talked about, poorly written or misconceived. How to build a pure CSS menu with infinite sub menus that is cross browser friendly!
JavaScript » Buttons and Navigation — almost 8 years ago
Here we will learn how to build "Lava Lamp" menu tabs. We will be using CSS / jQuery along with a single image to maintain a 100% stretchy rounded corners menu tab or "Lava Bubble". Works in IE6+ and all other browsers!
JavaScript » Cross-Browser Development — almost 8 years ago
I want to show you how to build a jQuery Lightbox. I also want to point out the road blocks and work arounds any normal developer runs into when building a Lightbox. Works in IE6+ and all other browsers!
JavaScript » Document Object Model — almost 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
I want to show you how to build a jQuery Lightbox. I also want to point out the road blocks and work arounds any normal developer runs into when building a Lightbox. Works in IE6+ and all other browsers!
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — almost 8 years ago
Finally making sharing fun again!! Here I am going to show you how to build a cross browser friendly Web2.0 Blog Effect.
CSS » Cross Browser Development — almost 8 years ago
Did you know that IE6 has an bug when it comes time to use the CSS z-index sorting style? Here I will show you how to over come this classic IE6 z-index sorting issue.
JavaScript » Basics — almost 8 years ago
Here I will attempt to teach you the basics of jQuery in a matter of minutes.
CSS » Advanced Concepts — about 8 years ago
This technique of mine has been dubbed CSS RUB which stands for (Repeating Unique Behaviors). CSS RUB is taking a style sheet and breaking it down into logical categories that reveals common or rather repeated styles much faster while also helping organize your sheets.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — about 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
If content is king for SEO, then indeed placement of content is also important. Here are some CSS steps one can take to make sure their content is always first and foremost for crawlers whole not disturbing their layout and design.
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