Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Learn how to create a simple scrolling sidebar with jQuery that follows your screen when you scroll down after a certain amount of height in pixels.
Making your menu bar fix to the top of the page is something that’s been done a lot. However what if you don’t want to start your menu out as being fixed to the top? And how do you make your menu look different from its original state when you make it fix to the top of the screen?
When you know you have a lot of images to load, or that they are big in size, it can be handy to make a preloader! So let’s make an animated image gallery percentage preloader with CSS and jQuery.
Its merely easy to validate the form when there is a single submit button It's quiet tricky to perform validation on form with multiple submit button.
If you building a web system that allows users to enter their own password, then it is always a good idea to give them an instant feedback regarding the strength of their password, so the user can modify the password to make it more secure. Today, we are going to use jQuery plus some simple algorithm to create a beautiful combo password strength indicator + password tips checker. Sound nice? Let’s get started right away!
Today, we will look at how to create a responsive gallery with directional-aware hover. By directional-aware hover I mean that the title and description of the image will slide in from the direction your mouse entered the image.
Tutorial showing you how to write an opera speed dial extension which runs offline.
Have you ever think of improving your web app’s user experience (UX) by enabling your users to easily search and get directions of your business? Yes! Here is a good news for you to allow your web app users to navigate your business direction using their native iOS Google Maps instead of web version of Google Maps. Google has introduced a Google Maps URL Scheme to allow you launch a native iOS Google Maps from your web application.
This is a quick and short introduction to jQuery Library. If you are looking to add jQuery to your project but you don't know where to start, you are in right place. This is part 1 and it will be followed by another parts.
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