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Menu with Json and jQuery

Dear Valued visitor, Thank you so much for your support and interest in the articles on Webegg. Whilst a lot of content is totally free, some of the things I put a lot of work into are slightly restricted in terms of code and demo links. I’ve had to do this to keep my level […]

Multiple Location Googlemap with navigation

Dear Valued visitor, Thank you so much for your support and interest in the articles on Webegg. Whilst a lot of content is totally free, some of the things I put a lot of work into are slightly restricted in terms of code and demo links. I’ve had to do this to keep my level […]

Responsive Javascript

Article on responsive javascript

Mobile Web sites; a new way

I’ve been building Web sites professionally for over 7 years now and in that time the Landscape of getting a site from the flat graphic state, to a state where users can interact with it have changed dramatically. Working without a script, piecing together client expectation over new technologies is an everyday balancing act where […]

jQuery Multiple Filter

A groovy multiple filter

The Advertising Riddle

If you’re anything like me, you like reading blogs and other online content to learn things, be inspired and have a nice experience while you’re doing it. I was recently made aware an article over at Usability post called ‘a motive for bad design’. Being someone who strives for the highest quality possible, it took […]

jQuery page recognition menu & accordian

Make a simple accordion that responds to the page you are on by automatically adding active behaviours.

Progressive Enhancement is a good thing

The Web of today is changing. Whether we, as Web professionals, like it or not. There are currently about 10 browsers (taking into account versions, which often differ from each other) on the market within which Web sites need to function. As a front end designer who is conscious of the way businesses have to […]

Flicker effect with jQuery

Find out how you can use some creative use of jQuery animations to make an eye catching if not spooky flicker effect.

Beware the Twitter API

I found a bit of a glaring hole in the twitter API the other day. I have a protected Twitter account and all I wanted to do on the Webegg site was to show one Tweet (the latest one) on my site so that anyone visiting had an idea what I was talking about with […]

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Having been doing this for years and years, I've built up an enourmous amount of knowledge about HTML, CSS, jQuery/Javascript and the ever popular CMS of choice for most people, Wordpress.

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