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I am sure all of you have observed the cohesive design of this site. My question is about some of the cool info-boxes that appear upon various events, such as when someone with lower reputation tries to downvote, or the long box that appears just below the browser address bar when I have a response to one of my questions.

These are basically JavaScript generated DIV elements, but do any one of you know a good library or set of controls that can be used to achieve these styling effects?

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Stackoverflow is basically the poster child for jQuery. there are numerous plugins for popup boxes, etc. Pretty much any eye candy you'd want.

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aka: Dude, you should totally drop what you're doing and use jQuery. – Eric Sep 6 '09 at 5:40
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I see you're doing the jQuery meme wrong. You should totally drop that and try jQuery. – Ólafur Waage Sep 6 '09 at 8:41

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