Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
Gets or sets the selection.
run loader or download on BitBucket
Avec jQuery NailThumb vous pourrez créer vos thumbnails, à la volée, à partir des images en haute-résolution sans aucune altération de l'image d'origine. En une seule ligne de code, vous pouvez créer vos miniatures coté client sans modifier les originaux.
Reorder and filter items with a nice shuffling animation.
Contact form is deadly essential for any website, as it acts as a messenger which passes the opinion or enquiries of visitors to webmaster. There have been countless contact forms on the web but unfortunately most of them do not explain to you the inner working parts, so here comes a detailed tutorial to teach you to build an advanced contact form from scratch based on the pop technology, HTML5 and CSS3 . Considering the nature of a web-based e-mail contact form we are also required to dive into two separate application fields, which is the PHP backend code for sending email and jQuery functions for rich user interface.
If you’re here, I’m sure it’s no surprise jQuery is an easy library to use. jQuery may be easy, but it still has its quirks and can be difficult for some to grasp beyond basic functionality and concepts. No worries, I’ve got a simple guide here to help break down code, that may seem like overly complex syntax, into simple thoughts and patterns that can be easily understood. Here, we’ve got a basic plugin layout:
jQuery gives developers the chance to enrich websites with amazing elements without the need to write dozens of lines of code.
Thanks to everyone that attended the jQuery London and London Web Standards meetups this month. As requested, here are the slides from my talks including links to all of the jsPerf tests embedded for each section. Summary
The jQuery Mobile team is happy to announce the release of Beta 1. We’re proud of the refinements we’ve made to make jQuery Mobile faster, extensible and more compatible over the last 12 weeks and look forward to having more frequent releases as we work up to 1.0 in late summer. We’re planning on releasing a second Beta in about a month that will begin decoupling our code so you can include only the components you need, add greater extensibility to support dynamic JS-driven sites, and bring even broader device support.