Flowplayer is an Open Source (GPL 3) video player for the Web. Use it to embed video streams into your web pages. Built for site owners, developers, hobbyists, businesses and serious programmers. Flash technology enables that 98% of all Internet users can see your videos. Highly skinnable. No other software makes it easier.
Adobe has secured a deal to put its Flash software into many of the chips that go inside TVs and set-top boxes.
It will enable developers and content providers to create applications to deliver web-based content such as news, weather and share prices to TV screens.
An exhilarating rollercoaster ride through the animated pictures of Sarah’s world, as she seeks revenge upon the movie star who broke her heart!
The UI.Layout plug-in can create any UI look you want – from simple headers or sidebars, to a complex application with toolbars, menus, help-panels, status bars, sub-forms, etc.
Combined it with other jQuery UI widgets to create a sophisticated application. There are no limitations or issues – this widget is ready for production use.
- simple to use: powerful but simple syntax is easy to learn
- unlimited layout capabilities: 5 regions per layout – unlimited nesting
- dozens of options: every aspect is customizable, globally and by region
- total CSS control: dozens of auto-generated classes create ANY UI look
- extensible: callbacks, methods, and special utilities provide total control
- custom buttons: integrates with your own buttons for a custom UI look
- collapsable: each pane can be closed, using any UI animation you want
- hidable: panes can be completely hidden, either on startup or at any time
- resizable: each pane can be resized, within automatic or specified limits
- slidable: panes can also ‘slide open’ for temporary access
- headers & footers: each region has unlimited headers or footers
- hotkeys: can use the cursor-keys and/or define custom hotkeys
- use any elements: use divs, iframes or any elements you want as a ‘pane’
- compatible with UI widgets: integrates with jQuery widgets and plug-ins
- demo mode: set applyDefaultStyles option for a fully functional layout
I have seen a lot of list and overviews lately about twitter. Here is a small summary.
67 twitter applications, tools, backgrounds and resources
An interesting list from csstea. In this list you will find 67 useful twitter applications, tools, backgrounds and resources.
Twitter Avatars In Comments
- Loads userâ€™s avatar by matching the email address to the userâ€™s Twitter email address.
- If user doesnâ€™t have a Twitter account, it first tries to load userâ€™s gravatar. If user doesnâ€™t have a gravatar, it loads a default image. This is an optional setting.
- You can set a 2-pixel border to the images (you choose the color).
- You can choose the size: we suggest 24, 48 or 72 pixels.
- You can set an image other than the default one to load if a user doesnâ€™t have a Twitter account or a gravatar.
- It builds a valid image for you (with alt and title attributes, etc.) based on user details.
- Allows you to add a class to the image, so you can style it later.
Free Twitter Bird Icon Set
An interesting article about displaying what a link will do when you click on it. By adding a stylesheet on your browser you can visualize on each link what will happen.
Applying these rules will of course affect the way many websites look, and may occasionally cause minor layout problems. Links that already alert the user that they will open in a new window or point to a non-HTML document will also be affected, so the information will be repeated.