• Is FontAwesome a Real Alternative to Css Sprites and Image Icons?

    So its decision time again, performance or user experience that’s the question! Loading multiple/large(in case of sprites) images to keep the aesthetic right and snappy performance have always been a the nightmare to any web developer. For most modern web application graphical elements like the background, shadows and rounded corners can now be done away with the help CSS3 but what can be done... Read→

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  • Painting your Website with CSS – The Black Secrets

    When I started designing the CSS usage is limited to only styling the table cells or the fonts etc. They for sure evolved into something that it became the core of the UI itself. We all know the predefined color and Hex code, so lets investigate the other modes and see how the colors parameter can be implemented… Predefined/Cross-browser color names: This is the most conventional mode of adding... Read→

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  • Valentine’s Day – Google Doodle

    Google is one of the company I cannot live without! I like many other even use it to check the day of the week. Doodles stands first in the list of my favourite stuff that come out their server. A special edition Doodle for Valentine’s Day is no surprise! But I should say the functionality has blown me this time.. To start with the landing page did not gain any extra fat! Google’s well... Read→

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  • Amateur Photographer’s must have – 2011

    For many amateur photographers, a point and shoot with advanced features like macro and super zoom works well. But what if you want take your passion to the next level or planning of migrating to a professional grade the point and shoot don’t work. You need some serious gears, that not only enhances your photos but also shows a lot of professionalism and creates a mark of you own. Do these cost serious... Read→

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  • 10 Impressive Single Page Website

    Ever came across a situation where the page content are minimal and felt it does not make any sense making a full size website? And if the client has no intention of adding more content but wants a beautiful layout with all the provided content segregated in a way that it doesn’t look like a beautified word doc. A single page website can be your best bet. Single page websites are not complicated... Read→

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Is FontAwesome a Real Alternative to Css Sprites and Image Icons?

Posted by Saran | 6th January 2013 | CSS3, Creativity, Featured, Icons | 0 Comments

So its decision time again, performance or user experience that’s the question! Loading multiple/large(in case of sprites) images to keep the aesthetic right and snappy performance have always been a the nightmare to any web developer. For most modern web application graphical... read on

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Painting your Website with CSS – The Black Secrets

Posted by Saran | 30th April 2012 | CSS, CSS3, Featured, Graphics, Tips & Tricks | 0 Comments

When I started designing the CSS usage is limited to only styling the table cells or the fonts etc. They for sure evolved into something that it became the core of the UI itself. We all know the predefined color and Hex code, so lets investigate the other modes and see how the... read on

Valentine’s Day – Google Doodle

Posted by Saran | 14th February 2012 | Creativity, Featured, Graphics, Inspiration, Video | 0 Comments

Google is one of the company I cannot live without! I like many other even use it to check the day of the week. Doodles stands first in the list of my favourite stuff that come out their server. A special edition Doodle for Valentine’s Day is no surprise! But I should say... read on

jQuery Accordion in 2mins

Posted by Saran | 8th February 2012 | Jquery | 0 Comments

I came across this requirement where my client(A Photographer) wanted a innovative panel to show the pictures that he clicked. We suggested an accordion for him because its cool!! Due to the size of the images, I came up with a simple jQuery script to convert his simple list... read on

jQuery .trigger() – Usage and Limitations

By Saran | 27 Dec 2011 | Javascript, Jquery, Tips & Tricks | 0 Comments

Jquery allows quite an amount of flexibility and ease of use! So today lets see what a .trigger() method can do for us and analyse the limitation for its usage. Good thing about triggers is that it can fire both hard-coded and dynamically embedded events. This work out to be useful in cases... read on

jQuery .live() – How to get best out of it?

By Saran | 26 Dec 2011 | Ajax, Jquery, Tips & Tricks | 0 Comments

With the advent of Ajax the whole web industry has got a new leash of life, it gave you the power to update a part of your page without refreshing it! But every good thing comes with its own drawbacks, here in our case its the ready() triggered click embedding on Dom objects (if they are populated... read on

Interactive Animation with CSS Sprites like Google’s Jim Henson Doodle

By Saran | 28 Sep 2011 | CSS, Creativity, Javascript, Jquery, Tips & Tricks | 0 Comments

On 24th September, Google plaster its home page with a innovative Doodle in signify Jim Henson’s 75th Birthday. It created vibes around the world because of interactive nature, even we featured it in our site (www.fore6.com/?p=506). Since that day I was planning to put a post on how that’s... read on

Google Doodles for Jim Henson’s 75th Birthday – Creative Usage of Javascript and CSS Sprites

By Saran | 24 Sep 2011 | CSS, Creativity, Javascript, Trend | 0 Comments

Today, Muppets creator Jim Henson would has been 75. And in his honor Google has rolled out its latest amazing Doodle. It features six original Muppet characters whose shapes suggest the Google logo. But they also respond to your inputs (via mouse and keyboard) just as if you were a puppeteer.... read on

Google Plus Gets a Massive Arrow Sign from Google Homepage

By Saran | 21 Sep 2011 | Breaking News, Graphics, Social Networking | 0 Comments

Google puts a massive arrow in its home page to signify the office launch of its Google+ (so called Facebook killer). This marketing initiative from Google clearly shows how serious they consider this launch. After two and a half months of testing via invite-only users, adding new features... read on

Facebook Gets minor UI Tweak

By Saran | 21 Sep 2011 | Breaking News, Social Networking, Usability | 0 Comments

Social Networking’s ace Facebook makes few modification to its UI to compete with competition. The Updates seems so minimal but very effective, I guess this is address few feedbacks gathered via polls etc. Usability of Facebook is always a notch higher, so they have done a beautiful job... read on

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