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***Interface information (the slider) - Copyright License (Niall Doherty) found here: http://www.ndoherty.biz (Coda-Slider-2.0).
***Interface information (the lightbox) by mssdvm-Clearbox Lightbox 3. Freeware. Posted on Adobe Exchange 2011.
***CSS-Tricks provided me a redirect code for mobile devices found here:
***Design and layout of interface by Paul Muhlhauser.