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Over a year ago I wrote an article on scrolling a page using Prototype, just to update things here I’m going to run through scrolling a page using jQuery and the animate() function. Automated page scrolling is useful in many cases. A good example of this technique can be found in the personal project i worked on a few months back ‘We Deliver’ which you can find here . The page scroll in this project was particularly important as it’s a single page site in that all the content and animation happens within a single user experience. The Code It’s extremely easy to get started using jQuery scroll.
As of the new version 2.1.0, zAccordion will not be tested in Internet Explorer 6 or Internet Explorer 7. zAccordion is supported in Internet Explorer 8 and the latest builds of Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. Version 2.1.0 — September 26, 2012 Added a destroyComplete option that is available after the accordion is destroyed. Renamed afterBuild to buildComplete to align with naming conventions. Fixed a small display issue with list-items inheriting a text-indent property. Suppressed zAccordion specific errors.
This is a quick and easy approach that tackles a pretty common technique. By the end of this tutorial you will be able to add pop up message boxes complete with dimmed background to your existing site. Feel free to take a look at the demo to scope out exactly what we’ll be creating here today.
I was looking over the .net award nominees this week and stumbled across the flipboard.com website. I loved the scrolling navigation so much I just had to open up visual studio and try and recreate it myself. Demo View Demo
The popularity of jQuery continues to grow. This means that we’re seeing it used on more websites these days, and there are more developers coming up with new ways to use it. The great thing about that is many of these developers are sharing what they learn though tutorials and plugins. We’re always on the look out for this new jQuery stuff.
When space is at a premium, making use of sliders is the optimal way to present information. Today, we’ll take a look at how to create a slider similar to the one used in the iTunes store. Developers often seek the functionality provided by sliders in order to fit lots of information in the space provided. But creating such a slider is not as difficult as you might think. With a little planning and some experimenting, you can create one rather quickly. I believe a demo is worth a thousand words.
If there’s one thing that never seems to go out of style, it’s a good jQuery slideshow. Highly visual websites rely on the ability to showcase imagery automatically. Whether it be a professional photographer or zoo, slideshows pop up so frequently because they work well. In today’s tutorial we’ll take the makings of a classic slideshow, but use a different kind of transition to animate between slides. It may not fit every project, but diversity is always welcome in the world of web design.
Tutorials In this section you will find in-depth how-tos involving common web development and web design techniques. App Showcase with Grid Overlay By Mary Lou 5 Comments A tutorial about creating a simple grid overlay with subtle transitions for an app showcase. ... read more