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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Buttons and Navigation — about 8 years ago
This tutorial will show you how to create a horizontal menu with floating effect by using jquery.easing and jquery animate function. It's a simple effect but the final product is good and elegant.
JavaScript » Dynamic HTML — over 9 years ago
Part 1 of a series of tutorials, that'll teach different animation effects in JS. This one contains Fade and Appear which are the basic animation effects, and the starting point of some other effects too.
JavaScript » Buttons and Navigation — over 8 years ago
Learn how to use Photoshop and jQuery to design and build a horizontal flash like navigation menu.
JavaScript » Forms — about 10 years ago
Learn how to do form processing within PHP.
JavaScript » Accessibility — over 10 years ago
Any PHP programmer will know the importance of GET variables. However, JavaScript does not have this built in, but we can make it!
JavaScript » Ajax — over 10 years ago
Shows you how to design a commenting system where visitors of your website can leave a comment on a news post. The form for submitting a comment should only be visible when a "post comment button" is clicked. The comment form will be displayed without reloading the web page.
JavaScript » Ajax — about 10 years ago
In this article I will try to summarize the basics of Ajax and PHP communication. At the and you can find a full working Ajax - PHP example.
JavaScript » Buttons and Navigation — over 8 years ago
Learn how to create a cool fading jquery navigation from scratch using photoshop and dreamweaver.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — about 9 years ago
Well, let’s focus on the new tutorial called: “How to create a stylish loading bar as Gmail in javascript“. As you can suppose it will be about how to create the famous loading bar from gmail or other sites as tuenti.com (”the spanish facebook“), etc. But the magic on this tutorial isn’t the loading bar, it’s the way to load all resources like javascript, css, and other static files that our web application will need, to delete user waiting times during his visit.
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