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Shadowbox.js Media Viewer

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Shadowbox is an online media viewer application that supports all of the web's most popular media publishing formats. Shadowbox is written entirely in JavaScript and CSS and is highly customizable.

Tourist Remover

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Remove moving objects such as tourists or passing cars from your photos. Take multiple photos from the same scene and the «Tourist Remover» blends them into a composite photo without any interfering elements.


Open IT Online | Introduction

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Open IT Online is a Firefox extension that allows to open and edit your documents from everywhere! You will be able to open several types of documents directly in Firefox without needing any software to be installed.

Equidistant Objects with CSS - CSS-Tricks

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Creating a horizontal row of objects that are equidistant from each other is another one of those things in web design that is much more difficult than it should be. This can be a very useful thing to do, especially in fluid width layouts when you are try


Sharpcast » Photos

An amazingly effortless photos software and service combination that does everything, all by itself. Free desktop photo organizer software that lets you share and receive original images right from your desktop, chat about your photos with friends and create fun group albums without even using a web browser. And, it stays automatically in sync with a free online photos account where you can view, share and manage your albums from anywhere.


Flickr: Photos from Web Essentials

Toutes les photos de Web Essentials 2005, avec plein de stars, et des liens vers les slides de chaque session -- Lickr: Flickr, without the Flash

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Flickr is a popular photo hosting service that uses embedded Flash files as part of their interface. On every page, there will be a little delay while a new Flash file loads. Lickr removes the need for Flash. It runs within the web browser Firefox, stripping the Flash before the user can even see it, and replacing it with an equivalent interface in pure HTML and Javascript.