Apr 07, 2011 — 7 comments
This tutorial shows you how to create a jQuery accordion menu featured on their website, but enhances it by making it SEO friendly and bookmarkable without reloading the page.
In this tutorial, we are going to learn from the best, and create an AJAX based, Facebook-like sign up form with jQuery, complete with error checking and browser redirects.
As Google+ API was just released a couple days ago, it is time to have a posts widget for it. So, this widget was created to display your Google+ profile and slides down your recent posts with any attached images.
I modified my previous twitter feed script and added some cool plugins, everything was done less than an hour, and it looks pretty good! I used my favourite modal window - FancyBox and masonry plugin in this tutorial.
In part 2 of our tutorial we hop straight into jQuery to start adding some functionality to our Simple Website Instant Messaging system
Here we are again for another monthly round-up of the most popular jQuery plugins of April 2012, these 12 plugins will make you WOW!
Tutorial on how to make a jQuery plugin that can decode and encode HTLM that is already in the DOM.
In this tutorial, we are making an one-off animated notification solution in the form of an easy to use jQuery plugin. With it you can display validation messages, registration forms or even banner advertisement.
We are using the jQuery Java Script library and the pagePeel plugin to create a book-like animated corner on a website. A truly creative way to show catchy advertising.
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