Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
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.
In this quick tip, I'll show you how to load data from an XML file onto a blank page. We'll work with the $.get function and will also implement a loading gif while the information is being retrieved. We'll be displaying a simple list of recommended web development books. Let's go ahead and get started.
Creating tabbed interfaces suddenly becomes a piece-of-cake when using the Tabs function in the jQuery UI library. It can be utilized to create completely unique interfaces without having to be a coding God - using only one line of code!
Toggle expanded and hided on or off with a nice animation. This is different from an accordion since more than one item can be expanded at one time.
Do you want to build more dynamic, responsive, desktop-like web applications like Gmail and Google Maps? Then this article is for you! It guides you through the Ajax basics and through the process of building a simple Ajax application.
This tutorial will walk you through how to set drop-down boxes up to pull the values from a database as well as update the values of the other boxes based on what the user selects in the first and second boxes. This is handy if you are asking people to select categories of things they would like to search for, like tutorials.
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