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There are many reasons why you can say jQuery has enormous popularity. Some might say it’s because of its excellent cross browser compatibility, while others will argue that the small footprint is responsible for jQuery’s widespread adoption. While these are valid points, no one can deny that all of the great plugins built by a very passionate community is a big reason as well. So for this post we’ve gathered some of the latest jQuery plugins to be released. In this list you will find some very useful ones that will help you with things like layout, typography, and more. 10 Fresh and Useful jQuery Plugins | Freebies 10 Fresh and Useful jQuery Plugins | Freebies
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Nov 17 2011 Javascript is one of a web designer’s best friends. Learning how to use this powerful tool to its fullest potential can prove invaluable to our work and our clients. jQuery helps make JS more accessible. jQuery is a free, fast, and concise JavaScript library that allows you to efficiently write cross-browser javascript code to make Ajax requests, animate elements, manipulate the DOM, and do a variety of user interface manipulations. So today we are going to look at getting started with jQuery. This is the most popular javascript library available and has an extensive community working behind it, so if you are just diving in to the JS waters, jQuery is a fantastic place to begin. Below we have prepared something of a virtual resource guide for beginners to help them on this mission. Getting Started With jQuery: A Beginner's Resource Guide Getting Started With jQuery: A Beginner's Resource Guide
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Formulaires, dropdowns, ...

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Plugins/Authoring

Plugins/Authoring A jQuery plugin is simply a new method that we use to extend jQuery's prototype object. By extending the prototype object you enable all jQuery objects to inherit any methods that you add. As established, whenever you call jQuery() you're creating a new jQuery object, with all of jQuery's methods inherited. The idea of a plugin is to do something with a collection of elements. You could consider each method that comes with the jQuery core a plugin, like .fadeOut() or .addClass(). You can make your own plugins and use them privately in your code or you can release them into the wild.
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Gallery Focus jQuery experiment $('#gallery img').galleryFocus(); $('#gallery img').galleryFocus({ // 'radius' - default: 400 - set the source radius size Gallery Focus jQuery experiment
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40 New jQuery Plugins Every six months or so we do like to take a look at some of the greatest and freshest jQuery plugins from within that time. Each time we do this the jQuery community never ever fails to let you down. Constantly releasing plugins that are not only useful and problem solving, but also releasing plugins that can aid you with new technologies like HTML5 and CSS3. Hope you enjoy this selection. 40 New jQuery Plugins
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In my previous post, we created 3D text in CSS3 using multiple text-shadows. It may have been effective, but generating the effect was a tedious trial-and-error exercise. We’re going to make life a little easier with a jQuery plugin. It will do the hard work and generate long-winded CSS3 code such as: How to Create a CSS3 3D Text Plugin for jQuery How to Create a CSS3 3D Text Plugin for jQuery
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Subway Map Visualization jQuery Plugin » TechBubble

Subway Map Visualization jQuery Plugin » TechBubble

I have always been fascinated by the visual clarity of the London Underground map. Given the number of cities that have adopted this mapping approach for their own subway systems, clearly this is a popular opinion. At a conference some years back, I saw a poster for the Yahoo! Developer Services. They had taken the concept of a subway map and applied it to create a YDN Metro Map. Once again, I was in awe of the visual clarity of this map in helping one understand the various Yahoo!
It seems that jQuery plugins are constantly being released, and it’s no surprise since it’s insanely popular, and for good reason. The only problem is being able to sort through them all to find the good ones. That’s why we’re always on the lookout, and we’ve found some good ones for you. 10 Useful jQuery Plugins | Resources 10 Useful jQuery Plugins | Resources
jQuery Masonry Install A packaged source file includes everything you need to use Masonry. Bower

jQuery Masonry

15 jQuery Space-Saving Content Sliders and Carousels We all know about the popularity of jQuery image and video sliders and carousels. For the most part they are all feature-rich and perfect in their own way, but very few of them have been built to accommodate non-image content (blocks of text) that would allow you to have, for example, a rotating featured content area or a popular post section. Why is that?
Hot Web Design Trends: Parallax Scrolling Effects in 90 Examples
Droparea est un plugin jQuery permettant d'uploader des fichiers via HTML5 avec du drag and drop de fichiers. Sans utiliser le moindre plugin flash il est désormais possible d'uploader des fichiers sur un serveur web en n'utilisant que du Javascript et HTML5. Droparea est un plugin jQuery léger et fonctionnel qui vous permettra de créer des zones de drag and drop de fichiers dédiés à l'upload. Une fois un fichier déposé, le plugin fait un appel Ajax en passant les bons headers à un fichier PHP livré avec le plugin. Droparea - Un plugin jQuery pour uploader des images en HTML5
Lets be honest, forms can be a pain in the ass to fill in. And for developers? There an even bigger pain in the ass to build. No one really likes them, as such, the most difficult challenges that a developer has to take on, when it comes to forms, is not only how to build a form that is easy and quick for the user to use, but also make it as accessible and usable as possible. Its not easy.

50 jQuery Plugins for Form Functionality, Validation, Security and Customisation