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On occasion, you might have to work on a project that has unique layout or UI requirements – things that can’t be achieved with CSS alone. With projects like these, jQuery can be very useful. So for this post, we’ve rounded up some jQuery plugins that can help you accomplish some amazing things when it comes to enhancing web page layouts and User Interfaces. equalize.js The jQuery plugin for equalizing the height or width of elements.
Websites have a responsibility to users to accurately tell them how good a password is, and this is not an easy job. If your password is 8 characters long and only formed of lower case characters, you need to make it better, perhaps by adding a number or more characters. If your password is 25 characters long but happens to not contain a number, you shouldn't be forced by a password security policy to add one, you clearly have a very secure password. Complexify aims to provide a good measure of password complexity for websites to use both for giving hints to users in the form of strength bars, and for casually enforcing a minimum complexity for security reasons. Note: I use the term 'casually' because this is only client-side validation and anyone could turn it off.
There are many reasons why you can say jQuery has enormous popularity.
jQuery is so easy to use that sometimes we just forget that it’s not CSS. While using CSS, we don’t have to give much thought to performance, because it’s so fast that it’s not worth the effort to optimize it.
March 7th, 2012 jQuery Media Plugins help make an outstanding presentation for the web content.
Web development has surely evolved over the years — Flash has fallen out of flavor and been replaced by techniques that take advantage of native web browser capabilities using tools like CSS and jQuery. That progression has paved the way for the creation of some pretty neat things , including a new tool from web developer John Polacek called Scrollorama.
ASP.NET Page Methods and jQuery
I recently released the first version of a new project called jQuery UI Bootstrap – a Twitter Bootstrap inspired theme for UI widgets.
When building a coming soon or event page, you find yourself in search for a good way to display the remaining time. A countdown gives the feel of urgency, and combined with an email field will yield more signups for your newsletter.
Tooltips are tiny user interface elements which are very useful in displaying information "on request" without breaking the attention/focus.