You Still Can’t Create a jQuery Plugin? It's tough. You read tutorial after tutorial, but they all assume that you know more than you actually do. By the time you're finished, you're left feeling more confused than you initially were. Why did he create an empty object?
jQuery list filtering Here’s a clever little script that’s certainly useful if you want to give users the functionality to refine search results or filter product results. If you had a list of films with long titles this would be a quick and easy way to filter through the results. The Code The code below works by searching the text in the list items on each key press. It then filters the results by sliding out the items that don’t match. The HTML BlocksIt.js - Dynamic Grid Layout jQuery Plugin Look Inside BlocksIt.js is a jQuery plugin for creating dynamic grid layout. It manages to convert HTML elements into ‘blocks‘ and position them in well-arranged grid layout like Pinterest, one of the hottest website nowadays =). How? Well, simply specific the number of columns you wish to have and BlocksIt.js will do the rest for you. Also, you can even combine the ‘blocks‘ and make a huge block!
jQuery BBQ » Examples » hashchange » jQuery UI Tabs Your generous donation allows me to continue developing and updating my code! With jQuery BBQ you can keep track of state, history and allow bookmarking multiple jQuery UI tab widgets simultaneously.. just click some tabs, use your browser's back and next buttons, reload the page.. and when you're done playing, check out the code! Like the advanced window.onhashchange example, window.location.hash is used to store a serialized data object representing the state of multiple tab boxes. Due to the flexibility of $.bbq.pushState(), each tab box doesn't need to know the state of any other tab box to push a state change onto the history, only their state needs to be specifed and it will be merged in, creating a new history entry and a page state that is bookmarkable. Of course, if you only want to keep track of a single item on the page, you might want to check out the basic window.onhashchange example.