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Javascript accordians have been used a lot in todays web design world. There are a lot of scripts we have seen and sure you too would have seen them.

* The SMALLEST Accordion Javascript ( 1,149 bytes )
* Easy Integration.
* Does’nt require any Framework.
* Can be used as a Tab system ( sample in the demo )
* Fully Cross-Browser Compatible
* Source Files Included.

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ContentFlow is a flexible CoverflowTM / ImageFlow like flow written in javascript, which can handle any kind of content. It supports all new and old major and not so major browsers. It’s distributed under the MIT License.

With ContentFlow it is now possible to have any number of flows within one web-page. Each separately configurable, satisfying different visual needs.

* It’s easy to implement and to extend.
* It can auto generate reflections (clientside)!
* You can add and remove content items on the fly
* You are free to define your own methods for displaying content and interacting with it.
* You can control all aspects of the flow without loosing the ease of use.

ContentFlow can handle different kinds of control, like keyboard and mouse, and can be used with and without a reflection. For a complete list of features and compatibilities take a look at the feature list.

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Always need News scroller when doing web, using Dojo JavaScript

This is a useful code to look up!

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Super libraries for keeping in me, since I don’t know much about Java!

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when designers wanted to add cool effects to the navigation of a website they used Flash. We all know the types of problems that caused. Now with the growing popularity of javascript frameworks like jQuery, those same types of “Flash-like” effects can be achieved without Flash. Here are 10 jQuery tutorials and techniques to enhance your website’s navigation and menus.

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This is a great technique to show several pieces of content in a limited amount of space and a good way to engage the user. If you’ve been wondering how this is accomplished, here are 13 very useful tutorials and scripts that will help you create these types of effects using jQuery.

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