Create a page flip effect with HTML5 canvas. Better Check Boxes with jQuery and CSS. Better Check Boxes with jQuery and CSS. Martin Angelov In this short tutorial, we will be creating a replacement for the default browser checkboxes in the form of a simple jQuery plugin.
For example, you might want people to be able to tick boxes to indicate which cities they have been to from a list. You would normally add "" to the name of the field inputs, like so: <input type="checkbox" name="cities" value="London"> London<input type="checkbox" name="cities" value="Paris"> Paris<input type="checkbox" name="cities" value="Berlin"> Berlin<input type="checkbox" name="cities" value="Madrid"> Madrid<input type="checkbox" name="cities" value="Rome"> Rome.
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