Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this tutorial I will be showing you how to create a style switcher using jQuery and PHP. The end result will be an unobtrusive & entirely degradable dynamic style switcher which will be quick and easy to implement.
In many modern web applications, developers look for ways to make it easier and more intuitive for users to interact. A drag and select function can help your users select multiple objects quickly.
Tutorial on how to create a searchform containing check boxes, when submitted we get all checked checkboxes through jQuery and send a JSON string via Ajax that will be used by PHP to get the search result.
Welcome to another exciting tutorial, this time we are going to integrate the Google Maps (iFrame Block) into FancyBox. FancyBox is a plugin for jQuery and has been written by Janis Skarnelis. FancyBox allows you to recreate the Apple inspired image enlarge effects, but not only for images, also YouTube, and other HTML content. So lets get started!
Some blogs have over 100 comments on every new posts, wich makes the page extremely large. So lets say you want to shorten those pages by making the comments collapsable, well there is a easy solution for that! jQuery! We are going to intergrate jQuery into Wordpress and make the comments collapsable!
How to setup click tracking on external links with Google Analytics on any site.
How to use jQuery Flash to insert shockwave files in your Wordpress articles. Probably works for any CMS that doesn't filter out HTML.
A traditional blogroll is a simple list of other sites, often in the sidebar, that are related, owned by, or otherwise friendly to the home site. Blogrolls are a great idea and on-point with the spirit of blogging, but how is a casual reader to know if any of these sites are truly of interest? Let's improve upon the concept of a blogroll by not just listing sites, but dynamically pulling recent headlines from them, and using some fun jQuery animation.
Last week, Philo showed you how to implement sIFR3. This time, I'm going to show you how to implement Facelift Image Replacement (or FLIR), an alternative to sIFR that does not require Flash.
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