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watermark.js is a js library for creating watermarks on images. Its purpose is to protect images by adding an identifiable mark to images that are downloaded from your site.
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Shutter Effect Portfolio with jQuery and Canvas

This tutorial shows you how to use HTML5's canvas element to create an image slideshow with a camera shutter effect.
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jQuery Reel Slideshow

A jQuery slideshow that displays images in a reel like fashion, one image at a time and in an continual manner.
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Replacing text in the DOM- it’s not that simple!

Finding and replacing strings of text in a DOM document is very tricky, especially if you’re looking to do it properly and entirely unobtrusively.
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jQuery Full Screen Image Slideshow

A cool slideshow that uses jQuery and PHP to display large images from a directory automatically and using the entire browser window as its canvas!
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Open Standard Media Player

A free, open source media player based on HTML5 and jQuery. Supports playback of audio and video for most popular formats, plus falls back to a Flash player for non HTML5 capable browsers!
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Cross Browser CSS Transforms

The CSS transform property allows developers to rotate, scale, and skew blocks of HTML via CSS. See how to get this effect working in IE as well.
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Harmony- Canvas Drawing Tool

Harmony is a HTML5/ Canvas drawing tool that includes some impressive brushing effects.
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Expandable Drop Down Ticker

Unique jQuery ticker that brings together the best of two worlds to create a ticker that can be viewed both sequentially and simultaneously.
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Plus Size Image Viewer

Plus Size Image Viewer automatically adds a caption beneath certain images that when clicked on launches a "plus size" version of the image.

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