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Graphing/Charting Data on Web Pages: JavaScript Solutions

Effective data visualization allows users to easily understand and consume otherwise complex, boring information. Plotting your data can serve as a replacement to tabular data, and is also a great way to add practical graphics to your web page or application. There are a variety of ways you can plot data on-the-fly - but in this article we’ll focus on…
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8 CSS Techniques for Charting Data

There are many ways you can present numerical, chartable data by styling elements using CSS. Using CSS to style your data prevents you from relying on static images and increases your content’s accessibility. Below, you’ll read about 8 excellent techniques for styling elements into beautiful, accessible charts and graphs. 1. CSS for Bar Graphs View Demo Here This tutorial showcases…
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IE6 PNG Fix (More Features): DD_belatedPNG

DD_belatedPNG is a fresh IE6 PNG fix script with features where other solutions are missing. It doesn’t use MSIE AlphaImageLoader filter so, it succesfully renders background-repeat and background-position. The script also fixes the IE6 grey background problem. How to use it? Very simple. 438
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UltraFast Website Indexing in 6 Easy Steps!

What was once considered as impossible is now a very real probability. Yes, your website can be indexed in Google’s database within a week’s time after it goes live! How are you supposed to do this? Google said that you should not bother to submit your website to them. They will find your website, and once they do, they’ll index…
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Convert a value to pixels with JavaScript

A quick snippet of JavaScript to convert values to pixels from any string. Below is a quick function: function px(val) { return parseInt(val)+"px"; } } To use it, just wrap your string with the function and it should convert it to pixels for you: var oldValue = '65'; var newValue = px(oldValue);
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How To Find A Profitable Market: Online Business Tactics

The common mistake committed by most novice online businessmen is coming up with a product without determining a hungry market. Why is this dangerous? Because the product might not cater to a certain demand. Without demand, no one would buy the said product, and such would surely be disastrous for any business. So the first lesson in any internet marketing…
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7 Incredibly Useful Tools for Evaluating a Web Design

An effective web design is one in which your users are able to find information quickly and in a logical fashion. Do they visit the content you want them to visit? Are they looking in the right places of your web page? Are you able to keep your user’s attention, or do they just leave quickly? It’s not just about…
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Useful Cheat Sheets for Web Designers

Cheat sheets (also known as reference cards, reference sheets, etc.) not only helps you remember things quickly, but can also serve as wall decoration for your workspace. In this post, you’ll find 28 excellent, useful cheat sheets in various file formats for Photoshop, Dreamweaver, colors, typography, and other web-design related topics all in one page with pictures of each cheat…
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Simple Dither Effect using CSS

Dezinerfolio Team was Working on a section that displays a short description that dithers towards the end. They worked out a very simple but effective solution using simple CSS attributes and images. The Need: 365