Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
Almost everyone, at one point during childhood, has played jigsaw puzzles. Today I am going to show you how to create a jigsaw puzzle using jQuery and PHP.
Problem A while back someone on twitter was asking me how they might find a set of DOM elements by using doing a partial search on their HTML5 data attribute. I'm not actually sure what type of use case you would need for such problem, but I thought it was an interesting issue to work on, so I went ahead and took a stab at solving it.
Twitter’s running a new homepage with clean and easy design.
Many sites that require login credentials enforce a security setting often referred to as password complexity requirements. These requirements ensure that user passwords are sufficiently strong and cannot be easily broken. What constitutes a strong password?
In this tutorial, we’ll be creating a navigation bar that stays with you as you scroll down — and we’ll also throw a gimmick or two into the mix to polish it off. Republished Tutorial
A lightweight customizable lightbox plugin for jQuery
A super simple beginner’s guide to the jQuery Mobile framework jQuery Mobile is an excellent way to create web applications for mobile devices, but it suffers from a bit of a PR problem. When I first learned about the framework, I put it on my list of technologies I should investigate, but like a lot of people I figured that because it’s based on jQuery, that you’d have to be an expert with jQuery before you could use jQuery Mobile…nothing could be farther from the truth. All you need to use the framework is some basic HTML knowledge.