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JavaScript Tutorials

JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 6 years ago
We are using CSS, jQuery and the scrollTo plug-in, to build a professional, smooth scrolling navigation menu.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 6 years ago
For paginating purpose PHP seems like a logical solution, but if you don’t have a huge amount of data you want to paginate, i would suggest paginating with jQuery. It’s not hard at all, and in this tutorial we will make a jQuery pagination system.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — about 6 years ago
Making your paginated content in WordPress load using AJAX is extremely easy using a bit of jQuery. Here is how.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 6 years ago
We are going to create a Google Wave-like history slider. Using it, we will enable our visitors to go back and forth in time to view the changes that take place on a comment thread. You are free to modify it and download the source code.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 6 years ago
Create a playlist-enabled, customizable audio player with jQuery and CSS.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — almost 7 years ago
Let your images adjust along with the rest of your fluid layout with just a snippet of jQuery.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — almost 7 years ago
Create a slick image gallery that will create thumbnails in grid and uses a Lightbox with jQuery.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 7 years ago
How to setup click tracking on external links with Google Analytics on any site.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 6 years ago
In this tutorial we are making sweet AJAX-powered tabs with CSS3 and the newly released version 1.4 of jQuery.
JavaScript » Using Third Party Libraries — over 4 years ago
This plugin is really cool you can creating a circle from many html element that you defined, which means you don’t have to create a formula to set all the element position to create a circle form.
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