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October 26, 2009 Coda-Slider 2.0 Finally, a brand spanking new version of Coda-Slider.
Click here for the new version of this plugin Version 1.5 of my Easy Slider plugin for jQuery is here.
The jQuery Tooltip plugin let’s you transform native tooltip’s into customizable overlays. You can adjust their content, position and appearance. Since this plugin wasn’t updated in a long time, I recommend the jQuery UI Tooltip widget . I wrote that, too.
Présentation Ce plugin pour jQuery est une extension du travail de Torsten Baldes : InnerFade with JQuery . Nous avons ajouté : un effet de mouvement sur les images à la manière des animations en flash. Cet effet est désactivable. la possibilité de piloter l’affichage : boutons ’précédent’, ’pause’, et suivant’
Published by Chris Coyier In my little Quotes on Design project, some of the quotes are longer than others. I thought it might be kind of nifty to beef up the font-size on the shorter quotes and trim down the size for the longer quotes so they all match a bit better in terms of the size they take up on the screen.
Click here for the new version of this plugin This is my first jQuery plugin. I wrote several jQuery scripts but never made a real plugin just because I was I afraid of it’s complexity.
The other week a client asked me to make a div appear when hovering a link so I thought immediately at a jQuery tooltip. Sure, getting one that was appropriate to my needs was a little bit difficult and I found myself searching through a lot of them. At the end of the day I had a serious list of that I could download and even tutorials about how to create some hover effects that popular sites are using. I’m sharing this list with you and hope it will be as useful for you as it was for me. The second generation of the advanced qTip plugin for the ever popular jQuery framework.
.waypoint([callback], [options]) callback type function, optional options type object, optional Calling the waypoint function on a set of elements registers them as waypoints. You can pass in a callback function…