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jQuery Slider in Google Sites

How to embed an image slider in Google Sites I found a simple little jQuery image slider that can be easily embedded into Google Sites.  It is fast loading and adapts well when rendering on mobile devices.  Here are the steps I use: Get Unslider: The jQuery slider that just slides. No fancy effects or unnecessary markup, and it’s less than 3kb. Developer page: Download files here: Upload .JS and .HTML files to a new folder in Google Drive Create your banner IMAGES and upload them to the same Drive folder Tip - use a sequential naming convention... 01.JPG, 02.JPG, 03.JPG Modify the inline CSS contained in file unslider.html Modify the transition speed and image timing in file unslider.min.js Share the Google Drive folder and all of contents Copy the URL from share link Insert an iFrame gadget in Google Sites Configure the iFrame gadget settings Paste URL: 0BwbEKZDYh_HCbGw3SXBmS1dfeXc /

Wishing You a Healthy and Prosperous 2013

My top Web design tools and innovations from year 2012. 2012 has certainly been an eventful year. Some good, some bad, and some outright ugly. Web design technology, internet marketing and social media have continued to evolve at a rapid pace. Staying current with the changing tide of SEO has been challenging. Reflecting back, I definitely saw my daily SEO routine change. I spent much more time doing "research". Keeping up on keeping kids always tease me about that one. I am thankful for the generosity of the web development community, especially the "knowledge sharers". Reading their tech blogs and forums sure made my life easier when racing to meet another crazy deadline. For those of you out there...thanks for caring and sharing! My 2012 list of most useful web technologies & innovations OK, yes...a lot of Google mentions. And I know some of these technologies were around in 2011. But I have leaned on them a bit more than in previous yea