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uSquare – Universal responsive grid html5/jquery

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uSquare – Universal audio html5 / jquery

uSquare is a sound-hardened square network that can display your content in a unique and interesting way. You can use it to show team members, products, services, designs, blog posts or anything else that comes to you. In our live preview we have included 3 changes to the original file, so you can see how uSquare can serve your purpose.

As we developed the uSquare responsive grid plugin, we thought about its responsive layout. We wanted to make sure all items are visible and accessible with all responses to responsive layout.


Product Update: 1.01 (31.08.2012)

  • HTML was filtered to better fit W3C standards

Responsive design

Responsive design preview

Compatible browsers

Compatible browsers for Content Timeline


  • Responsive design
  • CSS3 grayscale
  • Fully customizable
  • Scrollable content
  • jCarousel photo shooter included
  • Easing effects included
  • Intuitive design
  • Fully flexible

uSquare responsive grid plugin can be easily changed to suit your needs and to display all the content you want. It can easily find its purpose, regardless of the subject your site is about, sports, software, hardware, fashion, design, web and whatever layout your website has, it can easily be clean and simple, or it may be crowded with design elements .

If you have an idea of ​​how to make this plugin better, feel free to come up with a suggestion; we always tend to meet our users' requirements.


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All images used in the preview are for demo purposes only. All images are copyrighted and licensed to their respective authors and owners.








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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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