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Posts from May, 2013

How to Move From Feedburner to a Newsletter Service

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Things are going downhill fast for RSS. First Google shut down Feedburner’s API in 2012, then they announced the closure of Google Reader earlier this year (2013). The future isn’t looking too bright for the Feedburner service as a whole and chances are it will also be completely shut down sometime in the near future. In today’s post I’ll show you how I’ve personally prepared for doomsday and gained a bunch of new subscribers in the process by migrating from Feedburner to an email newsletter service.

Showcase of Websites Featuring Full Screen Videos

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We’ve all seen videos on websites restricted to a specific frame size, but why not make use of the user’s whole monitor? Once upon a time only Flash was capable of such wizardry, but these days Javascript and HTML5 make it perfectly feasible to stretch your video footage to fill the browser window. This post showcases 15 website that all make use of full screen video techniques.

Line25 Sites of the Week for May 17th 2013

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Line25 Sites of the Week is a weekly roundup of the most outstanding website designs that I stumble across during my every day browsing. In this week’s collection, we have designs from WerkPress, FreeAssociation, Bob Galmarini, Escape Flight and ps.design.

15 Awesome Websites That Tell a Story As You Scroll

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As new CSS properties are becoming more widely supported designers are combining tools to create amazing websites that were once only feasible in Flash. This post showcases 15 websites that take parallax scrolling to the next level by combining CSS animations and Javascript to manipulate page elements upon scroll to immerse the user into a developing story.