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Pre-Existing Conditions Affect Your Life Insurance Plan

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Life insurance provides immense benefits to the family of the person holding the insurance rather than himself. Before applying for it, be prepared to learn how you may have to pay more for life insurance than your peers. Any health […]

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Why Digital Marketers Need Software Developers

These days, software developers work closely with digital marketers. A lot of companies see the merit in hiring a software developer to improve engagement with the products and services they offer. The year 2017 has been good for software designers […]

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Best Degrees for Breaking into the Tech Industry

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Tech jobs are constantly on the rise. The demand for qualified professionals who can fill those lucrative roles is as high as it could ever get. For many people, breaking into the tech industry is a desirable option with no […]

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jQuery Comment Preview

I released a MooTools comment preview script yesterday and got numerous requests for a jQuery version. Ask and you shall receive! I’ll use the exact same CSS and HTML as yesterday. The XHTML <div id=”live-preview-form” class=”lp-block”> <p> <strong>Your Name:</strong><br /> […]

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Implementing .css() and .attr() in MooTools 1.2.3

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Very rarely does a developer have the ability to work with just one framework. Often a developer needs to float between MooTools and jQuery. As you can imagine, doing so can make a developer loopy due to the syntax difference. […]

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Sexy Album Art with MooTools or jQuery

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The way that album information displays is usually insanely boring. Music is supposed to be fun and moving, right? Luckily MooTools and jQuery allow us to communicate that creativity on the web. The XHTML <div id=”album”> <div id=”album-front”></div> <div id=”album-back”></div> […]

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Sexy Opacity Animation with MooTools or jQuery

A big part of the sexiness that is Apple software is Apple’s use of opacity. Like seemingly every other Apple user interface technique, it needs to be ported to the web (</fanboy>). I’ve put together an example of a sexy […]

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Using Opacity to Show Focus with jQuery

A few days back I debuted a sweet article that made use of MooTools JavaScript and opacity to show focus on a specified element. Here’s how to accomplish that feat using jQuery. The jQuery JavaScript $(document).ready(function() { $(‘.fade-area-1’).children().hover(function() { $(this).siblings().stop().fadeTo(500,0.5); […]

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iPhone Click Effect Using MooTools or jQuery

One thing I love about love about Safari on the iPhone is that Safari provides a darkened background effect when you click a link. It’s the most subtle of details but just enforces than an action is taking place. So […]

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Dynamically Create Charts Using jQuery Flot and Google Analytics

Earlier in the week I published a popular article titled Dynamically Create Charts Using MooTools MilkChart and Google Analytics. My post showed you how to use MooTools MilkChart and a splash of PHP to create beautiful charts of Google Analytics […]

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