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Off-Canvas Menu with jQuery

In an age of modern websites built to resemble native smartphone applications, the rise of the off-canvas menu popularly has become hard to ignore. Although I must say, I don’t think they are effective when viewed/used on a desktop widescreen, I do see their clear advantage on a mobile handset where every space counts.

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Sticky Header with jQuery slideDown()

If your webpage gets long, you may have the desire to keep some form of branding on your website for readers to always see as they scroll through your content. This approach achieves that in a subtle yet effective way without being overly pushy.

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Sketchbook with HTML5 Canvas and jQuery

Here’s how to build a drawing space on your website using the HTML5 canvas tag. This article will cover the very basics of getting started with canvas, but you’ll soon see how you’ll be able to take it even further.

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Horizontal Responsive Menu

It’s easier than you think to create a simple horizontal menu with just some CSS3 media queries and jQuery. This example doesn’t include any multi-tier drop downs, but for the sake of keeping things simple, here’s a great solution. No plugin required.

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