Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
How often do you find that images in a website load gracefully; the kind where a loading icon first appears, and the image then fades in, once loaded? This technique can greatly boost the performance of your website. If you’re not already familiar with this method, you’re in luck! Today, we’ll create a preloader plugin for your projects. Intrigued? Let’s get started!
Add heading and caption to your thumbnail and display it with jQuery cool transition effect. It's an elegant way to put more content in your website, and display it when users want to see it. It keeps your website clean!
Make an intuitive pagination system in PHP and jQuery for wordpress from scratch
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 time the post will show how to expand the stacked images with jquery, for the illustration, there is a stack of images that have very small margin between each image, and the slider have a function to make the margin larger, really easy to imagine right? Now to make it look stacked I’m using jquery plugin, the rotate3Di and of course the JQuery UI slider
This is a demonstration of the way I code my PHP and AJAX applications. It's good practise and may come in handy for you to learn too! The example in this article also demonstrates how to validate an email address using PHP and AJAX.
Build a Better Tooltip with jQuery Awesomeness
In this tutorial you will learn to create a simple jQuery Hover Effect which will smoothly lower the opacity of an image when hovered over.
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