Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In this lesson, we will discuss on how the HTML5 data-* attributes that jQuery Mobile relies on to support various UI elements, transitions, and page structure.
This tutorial walks you through the creation of a Bible viewer as an example of loading content from XML and dynamically generating pages with jQuery Mobile.
Due to multiple platforms, screen sizes, browsers, up until recently it was still very difficult to design and develop a single piece of mobile theme that able to work across all these platforms and deceives. Thanks god that, jQuery mobile has come to solve all these problem for us.
Have you developed any web apps for IOS yet? If you have then you will know how frustrating the IOS browser is when scrolling. With this code snippet I’ll show you how to disable it.
An intensive guide for web designer and developer to work with HTML5 Data Attributes.
In this tutorial we will create sticky header that is initially on its original place above the content, but as soon we start scrolling down the long page, it sticks at the top of the page.
A tutorial to learn How To Create A Pinterest Scroll To Top Button Wordpress Plugin. This will style the button exactly like pinterest and will slide the button into view as you scroll down the page.
A useful button to have on any webpage is a back to top button. An easy solution for the web user to get back to the top without scrolling. Check out this code snippet which will show you how to do it.
Turn.js is a plugin for jQuery that adds a beautiful transition similar to real pages in a book or magazine. It works in all modern browsers including touch devices.
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