5 Simple Tips for More Efficient jQuery Selectors

Posted on Jun 30, 2013
Remember, jQuery focuses on queries. The core of the library allows you to find DOM elements using CSS selector syntax and run methods on that collection.

jQuery uses native browser API methods to retrieve DOM collections. Newer browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox) support getElementsByClassName, querySelector and querySelectorAll which parses CSS syntax. However, older browsers only offer getElementById() and getElementByTagName(). In the worst scenarios, jQuery's Sizzle engine must parse the selector string and hunt for matching elements.

15 Free UI Kits and Icons for Designers

Posted on Jun 30, 2013
Hello. In this post I've rounded up all the good flat UI kits and icon packs to arm you with a range of quality tools.

1. Flat UI by Andy Law


2. Flat UI Kit 2 (Blog) by Riki Tanone

Retro Photo Effect Purely with CSS3

Posted on Jun 29, 2013
After playing around with some cool new CSS3 features I managed to create a good decent looking retro style image effect using just CSS. With the help of CSS filters and gradients, let's take a look at how a cool vintage photo effect can be created directly in the browser.



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