jQuery quickie: Colourful rating system with CSS3. Today, we're going to do a relatively simple jQuery tutorial.
Rating systems are used a lot on websites, for example to rate how good a certain product, article or comment is. I slightly wanted to improve this idea, by making it more visually attractive. By using the jQuery Color plugin, we can animate colours. Simply use the animate() function from jQuery to have colours fade to another colour. When using this technique, combined with some CSS3 feautures (rounded corners and drop shadow), we can create a Colourful rating system. As usual, since CSS3 isn't supported (yet) by every browser, the demo page only fully works on those browsers that support it (Firefox, Safari and Chrome). Should I do more jQuery "basic"/quickies in the future? Demo video For those who don't have a CSS3 supported browser, here's the demo page using Firefox. Simple, beautiful yet effective, right?
Yup - that's all there is to it! Just like the HTML, the CSS of this isn't very advanced. jQuery What do you think? Google Swiffy. As part of our transition of display ads to HTML5. the Swiffy Flash conversion tool is no longer available.
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