A Basic jQuery library to arrange/order DOM elements by dragging.This plugin doesn’t require any CSS change, just call the function on elements you want to be arranged, and you are done.


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ScrollTrigger is a lightweight javascript library that you can use to trigger classes on HTML elements based on scroll position. It allows you to easily create nice scroll animations with just few custom lines of CSS that you can code by yourself or copy by any CSS animations library like Animate.css.


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A cool yet simple sticky header created in CSS and JavaScript. It remains on top of the page while the rest scrolls. The header includes the title of the resource, and it keeps the other elements in place, like the hamburger menus, the search bar and more.


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A set of icons made in CSS and a bit of jQuery that turn into related icons just by clicking on them. It shows the power of CSS to animate icons, and they can be used individually on any web project.


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The guys at Codrops have just released an awesome CSS collection of navigation bullets and indicators for pages, slideshows and other components that tells the user where he is currently. That’s definitely worth a look!


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nanogallery2 is a javascript library to create beautiful and high-quality image galleries for your website. Easy to use for designers and coders.

It's free to use for personal or open source projects.


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Simple Drag & Drop Email builder with responsible HTML export.Just build an Email, export him as HTML and send it!.You can install it in any Virtual Hosts you want, like Apache, Nginx, NodeJS and others.


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Politespace is a javascript plugin to add spaces to numeric form values to increase readability (credit card numbers, phone numbers, etc).


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  • There is a solution – the jQuery-the svg-popup .
  • Quick – the formation of the particles based on the basis of SVG.
  • Easy – just plug weight 5kb.

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A nice code snippet with knobs that you can grab to modify the environment. For instance, you can use one knob to modify the saturation, another to modify the hue, level and more. It is a cool experiment that can be used on a website to allow users to select colors for products and other areas.


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