Weekly Web Developers Kit – vol. 21 (8-17-2012)

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As you all know that brevity the soul of wit so today I want to utilize this principle in here making regular weekend reeding list as short as possible. I want to include only really useful tutorials and articles that will enveil some useful tips and standard solutions of using HTML/CSS/PHP. All items are fresh and ready to show you tiny piece of almighty web development.

Enjoy and Have a Nice Weekend!

1. Learn To Code A Google Ventures Style Header Learn To Code A Google Ventures Style Header

2. How To Create a Pure CSS Dropdown Menu How To Create a Pure CSS Dropdown Menu

3. Circle Hover Effects with CSS Transitions Circle Hover Effects with CSS Transitions

4. CSS3 3D top shift menu CSS3 3D top shift menu

5. Build a one-click registration form powered by Google Build a one-click registration form powered by Google

6. Coding Q&A With Chris Coyier: Responsive Sprites And Media Query Efficiency Coding Q&A With Chris Coyier: Responsive Sprites And Media Query Efficiency

7. Determining breakpoints for a responsive design Determining breakpoints for a responsive design

8. Learning to Love the Boring Bits of CSS Learning to Love the Boring Bits of CSS

9. Create a Stylish Tweet Book with Jquery and CSS Create a Stylish Tweet Book with Jquery and CSS

10. CSS Tooltips CSS Tooltips

11. Visualize page template select in WordPress Visualize page template select in WordPress

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