Apr 07, 2011 — 6 comments
So you’ve been playing with jQuery for a while now, you’re starting to get the hang of it, and you’re really liking it! Are you ready to take your jQuery knowledge to level two? Today, I’ll demonstrate twenty functions and features you probably haven’t seen before!
Learn to implement notifications in the favicon using jQuery. Important for getting user's attention back to the website.
This is a jQuery-fied share count button to encourage people to bookmark your content on Delicious. Although Delicious provides their own button and I tried before to style it differently, but still It didn't look quite uniform like other sharing buttons.
This is the newest version of my jquery timer gallery plugin. Timer gallery is a simple gallery script that will move through a list of photos on a timer. Each photo is loaded into the page individually to save on load time.
This tutorial will show how to create a jQuery dock that positioned at the top of your website, show and hide on mouse over event. By using easeOutBounce from jQuery Easing plugin, the transition effect has greatly enhanced and much more attractive.
In this tutorial you will learn to make a navigation menu with Photoshop, jQuery, xHTML, and CSS.
A simple introduction to jQTouch will allows you to easily design slick user interfaces for the iPhone and other mobile devices.
An Intensive Exploration of jQuery
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