Fun with Overflows. Background The first is a scrollable timeline.
A couple of readers requested a demo of how Plurk’s browse timeline works. In addition, in the last month, Google released a 10 year timeline – so I wanted to show how this works. The second was a request from Trevor Morris who’s involved with/runs Geek in the Park. He asked whether the techniques I used in a jQuery marquee plugin I wrote recently could be used to smooth out CPU spikes that were occurring on his site when the header pattern flowed (see example below) Watch Part 1: Scrollable Timeline Watch the scrollable timeline screencast (alternative flash version) QuickTime version is approximately 60Mb, flash version is streaming.
jQuery And CSS Styles play a big part in the look and feel of any website, and jQuery can help us change them dynamically. .css() .delay() Sharrre - A plugin for sharing buttons. Convert svg into raphaël » atirip. And have really nice VML rendering in IE as a bonus.