Amazon Like Drop Down Menu Plugin with jQuery - Menu Aim. Create an Amazon-like Navigation Menu with jQuery. Menu-aim is a jQuery plugin for dropdown menus that can differentiate between a user trying hover over a dropdown item vs trying to navigate into a submenu’s contents.
This problem is normally solved using timeouts and delays. menu-aim tries to solve this by detecting the direction of the user’s mouse movement. This can make for quicker transitions when navigating up and down the menu. The experience is hopefully similar to amazon.com/’s “Shop by Department” dropdown. menu-aim assumes that you are using a menu with submenus that expand to the menu’s right. It will fire events when the user’s mouse enters a new dropdown item and when that item is being intentionally hovered over. Grouping search results with display templates for the CSWP - @eliostruyf. This post was something that has been on my to-do list for quite some time, and was also requested by a couple of people.
So finally I found the time to work this out. Back in SharePoint 2010 and 2007 we could easily group the results in the Content Query Web Part, but this functionality isn't included in the Content Search Web Part. In this post I'll how I achieved grouping of the search results with display templates. How I did it You have a couple approaches to achieve this. Control Template This is the code which is in the DIV container of the control template: The currentCtx.Grouping object will be filled with data from the item template with the HTML code of the result and the corresponding group value. Item Template First of all for the item template I configured the following ManagedPropertyMapping: jQuery UI tabbing and accordion display templates - @eliostruyf. A couple of weeks ago somebody asked me if it was possible to create an accordion template from the grouping display template.
Note: here is the original grouping template post - Grouping search results with display templates for the CSWP For these templates I made use of jQuery UI to get the accordion styling on the template. Once I had the accordion version, I also made a tabbed version so that you can choose. 7 Filtering Implementations That Make Macy's Best-in-Class. This is the last in a series of 9 articles based on research findings from our e-commerce product list usability study.
When usability testing 19 sites and benchmarking 50 major e-commerce sites on Product Lists & Filtering usability we found that 84% of the sites had a mediocre or poor filtering experience – the most common culprits being a lack of key filtering options, poor filtering designs, and filtering logic that doesn’t align with users’ expectations. Analyzing the 1,750 manually reviewed filtering UX parameters in our product lists benchmark, we find that: Luckily there are a few sites that stand out from this generally sad state of affairs and provide their users with an overall great filtering experience. One of those sites is Macy’s. Macy’s ranks #4 when measured on “Filtering” performance in our Product List & Filtering benchmark of 50 major US e-commerce sites. 1) Provide Category-Specific Filters (42% Don’t) 2) Promote Important Filters on Top of the Product List (84% Don’t)
Sortable & Filterable jQuery Accordion Plugin - AccordionList. A lightweight yet powerful jQuery plugin for creating a responsive accordion control that supports basic list view operations like searching, filtering, ordering and sorting. 1.
Load jQuery library and the jQuery accordion list plugin in the document. 2. Load Font Awesome 4 for UI icons. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. This awesome jQuery plugin is developed by emanuelteixeira11. JQuery Accordion. No need to download jquery scripts or css. jquery widgets are already embedded in Spotfire html<div id="accordion" > <h3>Education level</h3> <div> <SpotfireControl id="3606defe5...
" /> </div> <h3>Smoker</h3> <div> <SpotfireControl id="d49b2b14729a4... " /> </div> <h3>Smoke Status</h3> <div> This is an example of an Action Control changing a Property Control. It also contains some filters<hr/> <SpotfireControl id="d9f614bf651c4fd... " /> <SpotfireControl id="a397f90f2d9643f5... " /> <hr/>Checkbox Filter: </br><SpotfireControl id="45e93582260644cc... " /> <hr/>Range filter: </br><SpotfireControl id="b74b3048794d40e3...
" /> </div></div> jscript. The Perfect Multi Level Accessible Accordion Menu. This article is an old post which I have updated with fresh information for 2015.
The top rated accordion menu system has changed since this article was first written, and new candidates for the perfect accordion menu have been added. I've been looking at upgrading some of my websites to use more functional accordion menus. Accordion menus are lists of links with sublists that open and close beneath then. Unlike DropDown menus , the items in an accordion menu move to accommodate the content. Accordion menus can be either vertical or horizontal, although horizontal accordion menus are much more common. To find the perfect multi level accessible accordion menu, I've defined a set of criteria. Pure CSS and jQuery based Constructed using nested ul and li tags(worth 2 marks) Search engine friendly Ability to remember state across pages, (or insert a css style to indicate expanded items) (worth 2 marks). The candidates for the perfect multi level accessible accordion menu are as follows: