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CSSslidy: an auto-generated #RWD image slider. 1.5K of JS, no JQuery. Drop in images, add a line of CSS. Done.

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Web Developer Reading List: Search Engine Optimization

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Estimated reading time: 1 minute

People want to believe that there is some sort of magical incantation that can raise the search engine rank of their sites. Like the medieval indulgences, penitents are willing to pay for the intercession of search engine optimization experts. In most cases, better Google results can be achieved by content creators with just two steps, without needing to pay for any extra services:

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Animating Elements In Arcs, Circles and Ellipses With CSS

css / animation

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes, 21 seconds

is most often created between two points: from and to a state, or between position A and B. Moving elements in arcs, ellipses and circles is less frequently used, but it’s a very valuable thing to know.

Making SVG Animated Icons

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Estimated reading time: 2 minutes, 51 seconds

Recently one of my 1st year students proposed a UI design for her photography tutorial site, and asked for my advice as to how to pull it off. In my opinion, was the best answer; while the student ultimately went another way, I thought that what I came up might still be a useful lesson.

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