A while back, I was working on some web pages that required a tabbed menu at the top of the content. In addition, the requirement was that the page should not perform a post back when the user clicked on the individual tabs. It was very important to have a simple, clean, and responsive look and feel. I could have used one of the countless examples found on the Internet, but I wanted to use implement something that was very minimal, clean, and simple. I was not happy with what I found out there. So this is what I came …

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I have seen several posts through the years with questions about navigation menus. Menus can be built using different approaches. This example is easy to build and simple to integrate with your site. The menu is built only using HTML and CSS so you don't have to have a lot of web development experience, and still enjoy a nice and clean navigation menu on your site. A working demo can be found on [JSFiddle.net](http://jsfiddle.net/noebj02L/) With some minor updates, you can easily change the size and color of the items. ![menu.png](/attachments/large/3/227a19f0de8e5b5994cc9d2512310934.png "align-center")

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When users interact with your web page and processes, it is important to provide them with continuous feedback. Without the feedback, a user is left wondering if you page is actually processing work, frozen, or just not working. This is especially true when incorporating Ajax requests that take more than a few seconds for the process to complete successfully. For this reason, you will find that "spinners" or "progress bars" are used to display what seems to be the browser performing some work in the background. In reality, all that is really happening behind the scenes is that the web …

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Here is my first attempt at creating a simple slideshow. Contributions to making this more efficient are welcomed! #jsFiddle --> [Demo](http://jsfiddle.net/wGnEm/1/)

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The End.