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  • Mailvelope
    Mailvelope is a browser extension that enables the exchange of encrypted emails following the OpenPGP encryption standard.

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  • Font Size Idea: px at the Root, rem for Components, em for Text Elements
    So here’s my idea: you still keep px size adjustments at the document level so you can make easy/efficient sweeping size changes. But then each module on the page has a font-size set in rem. Actual text elements (h1, h2, p, li, whatever), if you size them at all, are sized in em, and thus become relative to the module.

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  • CreateJS
    CreateJS is a suite of modular libraries and tools which work together to enable rich interactive content on open web technologies via HTML5. These libraries are designed to work completely independently, or mixed and matched to suit your needs. The CreateJS Suite is comprised of:EaselJS, TweenJS, SoundJS, PreloadJS, and Zoë.
  • CSS Filters Demo
  • slick
    Fully responsive. Scales with its container.
    Separate settings per breakpoint
    Uses CSS3 when available. Fully functional when not.
    Swipe enabled. Or disabled, if you prefer.
    Desktop mouse dragging
    Infinite looping.
    Fully accessible with arrow key navigation
    Add, remove, filter & unfilter slides
    Autoplay, dots, arrows, callbacks, etc…
  • Eigene Distributionen erstellen | TYPO3 Blogger
    Seit dem lang ersehnten Release der TYPO3 Version 6.2 gibt es neben den ganzen vielen Features nun eine neue Art von Extension, die Distribution.

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  • The Power of em Units in CSS
    The technique basically works like this: The font-size property is used, as Simurai refers to it, as a “trojan horse”, creating the base unit for the various elements inside our component, or module. Since em units, as described above, are calculated based on the root-defined font-size on the parent element, this makes the entire component easily resizable by simply changing the font-size on the parent element.
  • About OWA « Open Web Analytics
    Open Web Analytics (OWA) is open source web analytics software that you can use to track and analyze how people use your websites and applications. OWA is licensed under GPL and provides website owners and developers with easy ways to add web analytics to their sites using simple Javascript, PHP, or REST based APIs.