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Add dropdown menus to your webpage with nothing more than HTML and CSS. Learn how in this installment of Design the Web.
Learn how to build a responsive portfolio site to showcase your art, photography, writing, or other content with HTML, CSS, jQuery, and some easy-to-use frameworks.
Learn how to build responsive single-page websites (with animation and scrolling effects) using frameworks like Compass, Susy, and Breakpoint.
Learn how to display your data in a pie chart, with nothing more than HTML and CSS.
Learn to combine graphics and pseudo-elements to add more design and layout possibilities without adding more HTML to your web pages.
Store simple data without a database using web storage solutions like XML, JSON, YAML, and HTML5.
Use open technologies (HTML5, jQuery, and CSS) to create a slideshow that responds to mobile and desktop layouts, and learn to customize the slideshow to fit your next project.
Learn to spiff up your HTML5 slideshows with automatic playback, integrated audio and video, and more.
Discover how to combine advanced HTML5 form elements to gather personal details from your site visitors and deliver a better user experience.
Take advantage of the HTML5 geolocation feature by using the recently released Google Store Locator Utility Library, and include directions and feature filtering in your web apps.
Discover how to create an app-like experience for iPad with HTML, CSS, and jQuery, while bypassing the need for Objective-C or the App Store.
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