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"a more usable credit card form" - http://creditcardjs.com

"a more usable credit card form" - http://creditcardjs.com

Microsoft launches Internet Explorer Developer Channel | Web design | Creative Bloq

Microsoft launches Internet Explorer Developer Channel

Microsoft launches Internet Explorer Developer Channel | Web design | Creative Bloq

Immagini sui social: le giuste dimensioni per Facebook, Twitter, Google +, LinkedIn e YouTube

Immagini sui social: le giuste dimensioni per Facebook, Twitter, Google +, LinkedIn e YouTube

HTML 5 Cheetsheet infographic  -  found at http://infographipedia.com/ social-media-digital-marketing-html5-cheatsheat-infographic-cosa%C2%AC-non-disturbera%C2%B2-pia%C2%B9-rosati_luca-chiedendogli-dettagli-in-merito.html

HTML 5 Cheetsheet infographic - found at http://infographipedia.com/ social-media-digital-marketing-html5-cheatsheat-infographic-cosa%C2%AC-non-disturbera%C2%B2-pia%C2%B9-rosati_luca-chiedendogli-dettagli-in-merito.html

The best jQuery plugin for creating side menus and the easiest way for doing your menu responsive

The best jQuery plugin for creating side menus and the easiest way for doing your menu responsive

“There Are More Bugs In Mobile Than... Particles In The Universe!” | Smashing Magazine

“There Are More Bugs In Mobile Than... Particles In The Universe!”

“There Are More Bugs In Mobile Than... Particles In The Universe!” | Smashing Magazine

Quick Tip: How to Target IE6, IE7, and IE8 Uniquely with 4 Characters

Quick Tip: How to Target IE6, IE7, and IE8 Uniquely with 4 Characters

Web designers often bemoan the malleable nature of the web, which seems to defy our efforts at strict control over layout and typography. But maybe the problem is not the web. Maybe the problem is us. John Allsopp looks at web design through the prism of the Tao Te Ching, and decides that designers should let the web be the web.

Web designers often bemoan the malleable nature of the web, which seems to defy our efforts at strict control over layout and typography. But maybe the problem is not the web. Maybe the problem is us. John Allsopp looks at web design through the prism of the Tao Te Ching, and decides that designers should let the web be the web.

Loading CSS without blocking render by Keith Clark

Loading CSS without blocking render by Keith Clark

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