Posted on April 15, 2010, Filled under jQuery, Bookmark it
This jQuery-powered Script takes a different approach: it allows for browsing all thumbnails as well as the large images in a single image space and respects the page flow, staying anchored and rooted in the web page at all times. This way it gives a less disruptive user experience than modal windows.
Posted on April 8, 2010, Filled under jQuery, Bookmark it
Sponsor Flip Wall With jQuery & CSS is a tutorial shared by Tutorialzine, that intends to fit a lot of information and organize it clearly, so that the emphasis is put on your sponsors, and not on other elements of your design. They are using PHP, CSS and jQuery with the jQuery Flip plug-in, to do just that. You can use the resulting code to showcase your sponsors, clients or portfolio projects.
Bring interactivity to your site’s pages!
Posted on April 7, 2010, Filled under jQuery, Bookmark it
Coin Slider is a lightweight (8 kb) jQuery Image Slider plugin with Unique Transition Effects such as swirl, rain and straight. This plugin has lot of options to helping you set slider as you want. For instance you can customize it to have a 900px wide slider, without navigation and with 5sec delay between images.
- Unique transition effects
- Valid markup
- Flexible configuration
- Auto slide
- Navigation box
- Linking images
- Fully customizable using CSS
Posted on March 30, 2010, Filled under HTML & CSS, jQuery, Bookmark it
Accordion is a UI pattern made up of a series of containers for your content, all of which are closed when the new panel opens and reveals itself. Chris Coyier came up with Grid Accordion (powered by jQuery and CSS). It works with the same theory as most other accordions. Only one cell is opened at a time. The big thing is that the column of the current open cell expands to a reasonable reading width. The effect is really awesome as it offers you a handy alternative to classical accordions, by adding all the data you need in a single table.
One way to look at an accordion is like a collapsed single column of a table. I was recently building a page for a client site, where the information that they provided really made sense to present as a table. But it was too much information to view all at once. I thought it would have been overwhelming visually. I also thought that it was most likely that people visiting this page would know what they needed right away, so having them click once to get it seemed pretty reasonable. So, a table of accordions!
Posted on March 29, 2010, Filled under jQuery, Bookmark it
jConfirmAction is a jQuery plugin that aims to replace those boring default confirmation boxes with cute ones. This plugin generates a flying bubble confirmation box upside your action link. basically, jConfirmAction creates a DIV element that contains confirmation box after you clicked on the element (either link or button), then it will appear with fading in and disappear with fading out. The confirmation box’s style can be customized via CSS.
jConfirmAction has three arguments that aims to customize language for the confirmation box:
- question : A text for your question (default : Are You Sure?).
- yesAnswer : A text for Yes answer (default : Yes).
- cancelAnswer : a text for Cancel/No answer (default : No).
Posted on March 25, 2010, Filled under jQuery, Bookmark it
jsPlumb is a jQuery plugin that provides a way to “plumb” elements of a UI together. It is much the same way you may have seen on Yahoo Pipes. It uses Canvas in modern browsers and Google’s ExplorerCanvas script for stone-age browsers.
The plugin relies on jQuery 1.3.x or jQuery 1.4.x (tested on 1.3.2 and 1.4.2), and also jQuery UI 1.7.2 (if you want to support dragging). Full transparent support for jQuery dragging is included, the API is super simple, and the compressed version of the script is just 11K.
Posted on March 24, 2010, Filled under jQuery, Bookmark it
Nivo Slider is a simple and lightweight (weights only 5kb packed) JQuery Image Slider Plugin that supports up to 9 unique transition effects: sliceDown, sliceDownLeft, sliceUp, sliceUpLeft, sliceUpDown, sliceUpDownLeft, fold, fade, random. You can add your own custom style to the slider including: next/prev arrows, nav bullets, stylesheet. The slider is available for download in 2 versions: Production (5kb Packed) and Development (10kb Uncompressed).
- 9 unique transition effects
- Simple clean & valid markup
- Loads of settings to tweak
- Built in directional and control navigation
How to call the plugin?
directionNav: true, // Next & Prev
directionNavHide: true, // Only show on hover
controlNav: true, // 1,2,3...
The jQuery plugin is free of charge while the WordPress plugin starts from $19.
Posted on March 12, 2010, Filled under jQuery, MooTools, Bookmark it
1) Load Dependencies – First, you need to load jQuery before Facebox.
<link href="facebox.css" media="screen" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"/>
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Posted on March 11, 2010, Filled under jQuery, Bookmark it
jQuery Blinds is a simple, effective, and customizable slideshow plugin shared by Little Web Things. It is very easy to install. You just have to put the list (UL) with the images (each LI containg the IMG tag with the right SRC attribute) inside a main class (.slideshow) then call the plugin:
<li><img src="lemons/1.jpg" alt="lemon" /></li>
<li><img src="lemons/2.jpg" alt="lemon tea" /></li>
<li><img src="lemons/3.jpg" alt="splashing lemon" /></li>
<li><img src="lemons/4.jpg" alt="salad with lemon" /></li>
<li><img src="lemons/5.jpg" alt="lemonade!" /></li>
<li><img src="lemons/6.jpg" alt="sliced lemon" /></li>
<li><img src="lemons/7.jpg" alt="dripping lemon" /></li>
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