How to create a drag-and-drop Polaroid-style image gallery

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9 responses to “How to create a drag-and-drop Polaroid-style image gallery”

  1. Tom says:

    Looks like a cool gallery.
    Any working example available? Pure text is boring…

  2. Melissa says:

    Hi i have the book for this tutorial, but im kind of stuck! Im upto 14-Go one better where it says add the webkit transitions but where do i put these? It didnt work in the .js file and i dont understand where it should go! Thanks Mel

  3. Freddy says:

    How do I get the cover disc files?

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