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Searching between various security software’s and downloading them from web can be cumbersome for most people. Here is an amazing tool which provides relief against this.

SSDownloader or Security Software Downloader is a free, small portable tool which is an easy to use download manager specially designed for security software. The tool is handy and useful for users, as it lets you download the most popular & reliable security suites and other useful tools directly from desktop in just a few clicks.

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Create an Animated Flip Down Clock In this tutorial, we will create an animated flip down clock inspired by the 70’s. Using the Mootools framework, I tried to replicate the flip action of the pads and make it as lifelike as possible. With it’s retro styling, it could be a really neat thing to add to your website, so let’s get started!

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I’ve found the following rules over the years developing, teaching and implementing JavaScript in an unobtrusive manner. They have specifically been the outline of a workshop on unobtrusive JavaScript for the Paris Web conference 2007 in Paris, France.

I hope that they help you understand a bit why it is a good idea to plan and execute your JavaScript in this way. It has helped me deliver products faster, with much higher quality and a lot easier maintenance.

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I take the day off and hit the golf course only to come back and find out that John Resig and gang have launched jQuery 1.1 with a bunch of new improvements, reworked site design for the official jQuery site, and some really sharp jQuery plugins.

Just the Facts

John goes into much more detail on the main jQuery blog, but here is what you need to know, in a nutshell:

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Free Guestbooks, Message Boards, Counters, MiniPolls, Classifieds, Email Forms, Tell A Friend, Live Java Chat, Bravenet Messenger, Password Protection, Photo Storage, Cartoons, Greeting Cards, Mailing Lists, VoteCasters, Search Engines, and more! Easy installation, simple maintenance and customizable interfaces!

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JavaScript allows you to add interactivity and feedback, making the user’s experience better and more intuitive.

Recently we showed you some exceptional CSS navigation techniques and we’d like to follow that up with an article about JavaScript-based navigation examples that you can use. Keep in mind that some of these techniques might not work if the client browser has JavaScript turned off (on average, 5% of users have JS disabled according to W3 web statistics).

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This post demonstrates how you can use Taggify widget to enhance your blog with nice functionality showing popup tooltips for people on your photos.

Let’s add notes for 2 well-known men on the photo below so people far from IT industry do not mix them up while reading our blog. Move mouse over the image and notes below it to see how it looks in live.

 

Steve Jobs and Bill Gates at the D5: He’s a Mac, He’s a PC

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