Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
Today, we would like to show you the concept of creating a simple jQuery responsive content slider for your responsive web application. In large devices, the content is aligned vertically and you can browse through the content by scrolling up or down of the browser’s scroll bar; In small devices, the content will aligned horizontally, and you can swipe left or right to browse through the content.
This article is the continuation of the previous blog post that refers to developing a basic website functionality with Webix and Struts 2. In this part you’ll know how to create the pages “Forthcoming Events” and “Contacts” as well as how to add the information about events and then manage it.
With mobile device usage becoming more and more popular, there will be times that you’ll need to do things differently for you webpage or application to support the user agent functionality.
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a minimalistic jQuery photo gallery. You can use it to present your latest works or as a photo album.
Tooltip allows us to show some essential information, which cannot always be displayed directly on the page. It is a useful feature, and if wisely used - it can enhance the usability of your website.
make dropdown menu with parental tabs (as first level).
Sometimes it might be useful to play an alert message when something happens on you site, for example when a message arrives in your web based chat application. This is quite easy to implement thanks to HTML5, in this short tutorial I will show you how.
In this tutorial, we will be building a simple Tweet to Download system with jQuery and Twitter’s Web Intents gateway. It will offer your visitors a free download, but only after they tweet about your website.
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