Flexible Modal Windows With jQuery Superbox!

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jQuery Superbox! is a jQuery plugin for creating easily customizable modal windows (lightbox-like).

It is an accessible script, uses the rel attribute of an element for triggering & href attribute is used for defining the source to be displayed.

To change the look & feel, it is enough to play with the CSS as no styles are set by default.

jQuery Modal Window

It can display any type of content as every HTML content can be presented. But by default, images (single or gallery mode), text content & iframes are supported

Dimensions of the modal window can be choosen to resize automatically according to the content or width & height can be defined for a standard size.

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A Set Of 500 Quality Icons: Led Web Icons

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Led Web Icons is a set of 500 icons (currently) which is very suitable to be used in web applications.

It is inspired by 3 icon sets:

and includes totally original icons without any repeating ones.

Sizes of the icons are 16*16px & they are in PNG format. A preview of the full set can be found here.

Web App. Icon Set

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The High Line Opens!

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photo by Iwan Baan

It looks like the urban park of our dreams is officially open to the public:

Just moments ago, we stood with Mayor Bloomberg, Speaker Quinn, Borough President Stringer, Congressman Nadler, and other leaders and supporters and cut the ribbon on the High Line, officially opening the first section to the public. This historic day is the culmination of ten years of advocacy, planning and construction, and we’re so grateful to everyone who has helped make this opening possible. read more…

It’s truly inspiring to see such an undertaking actually come to fruition, from the unveiling of the design and those gorgeous early renderings by DS+R and Field Operations through all the planting/building (I’ve been following this religiously over the past year or so) by Friends of the High Line up to today with Section 1 being open, it’s definitely something for the city to be immensely proud of. I for one will be heading to NYC as soon as possible to check it out, and can’t wait to see how it evolves.
via High Line Blog

photo by Barry Munger

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