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Compilation of css menus to inspire

Css menus are stylish and easy loading all the more if they are in the new trend setting Web 2.0. Modern web navigation mainly uses Css because of its accessibility and UI features. No wonder that with new projects, developers mainly, if not exclusively choose this form of navigation.

Sometimes supporting icons and other decoration but features such as rounded corners and he like offer plenty of alternatives. The part that makes Web 2.0 menus distinct is their easily recognizable lively trend colors.

Lively and appealing are their trademarks Most of these colors I had found and extracted from current web…

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web 2.0 & Online generators [100+]

Check out some of the more popular web 2.0 generators. these make it easy to add stuff like badges, stripes, loading gifs, rounded corners and more to your site.At the moment the web is all colorfull and web 2.0 stylish, so take your chance and get one one of these fancy things made in under a minute. you can even build a whole Xhtm/CSS valid page at Gridlayouts Here is the list of online generator specifically for web 2.0 design. If you want to receive more great list or design news, please consider to subscribe to…

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Maxtango: E-card sharing made simple!

Maxtango is e-card service that allowed people to share and send e-card designs. You can design your own e-card or use e-card that already available. Easy to use just design, write and send. You can choose flash and text/image based cards. Al in all it’s not a bad idea if you want to send an original e-cards for your friends to your friends or colleagues or just show off your design skills.

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CSSVista: Tweak CSS and see it in IE and Firefox at the same time

CSSVista is a free Windows application for web developers which lets you edit your CSS code live in both Internet Explorer and Firefox simultaneously.

The software is brought to us by the authors of Litmus, a tool that tests your websites on a set of browsers.

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Download now (v0.15, Windows XP/Vista only, 8.9mb. Uninstaller included.)

 

 

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MIT researched new way to build web 2.0 applications in (almost)no time & effort

The people of SIMILE (a subdepartment of the prestigious MIT university) surprise us with exhibit 2.0, a flaming hot new API that allows us to create presentations of virtually anything without the use of traditional databases and and expert knowledge.

Whether you want to plot one million google map[tutorial] markers on a map, or want to display the Nobel prize winners in an elegant scale with Timeline or Timeplot it can all be done easily with their javascript API which…

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