Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
"Now we are going create code html file and we are going to add the link, whenever the user clicks the link it will display the POP-UP window Place the code inside the html file"
For those of you who may not know, DataTables.Net is a fantastic jQuery plug-in that creates a data grid presentation and offers support for filtering and server-side paging solutions. Yep, define an endpoint web service, pump down your data and you are good to go.
It is never too late to put together a list of the most popular jQuery plugins of October. Check out these plugins, they could be very useful in your next web project.
Detailed tutorial on creating, styling and scripting your own HTML/CSS tabs, while making code re-usable creating a lightweight jQuery plugin.
A really easy way to create a hide and reveal link that is used to hide content that reveals itself at the click of a link. Easy to follow tutorial that you can literally cut and paste to create your drop down menus or 'more' buttons.
How to add Drag and Drop feature to your website step by step guide.
Tinycon is a jQuery plugin that allows you to manipulate the website favicon by allowing you to add an alert box or change the image on the browser tab. For browsers that don't support this Tinycon will also fallback to adding different numbers to the end of the title bar.
I’m sure we’re all familiar with the popular parallax effect in web design. It has become a great tool to create a fun browsing experience that responds to the user’s controls as they scroll up and down the page. In this tutorial we’ll use a couple of readily available jQuery plugins to quickly put together a cool little single page website of our own, complete with fancy scrolling effects.
It is time we go through our monthly roundup of jQuery plugins that have been published in the past month, these plugins are really worth checking out.
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