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Gmap3 : A jQuery plugin to use google maps

Gmap3 : A jQuery plugin to use google maps

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mobiscroll - Wheel scroller/Date and Time picker jQuery plugin for touch devices (Android phones, iPhone, iPad, Galaxy Tab) Mobiscroll 2.9.4 is out! Newer version (than 2.6.2) of the controls can be found here. 1. What is mobiscroll? Mobiscroll is a library of Touch UI Components created with a lot of attention to usability and performance. A jQuery plugin that renders a translucent activity indicator (spinner) using SVG or VML. Features Lightweight script No images required No external CSS Resolution independent Alpha transparency Highly configurable appearance Works in all major browsers Uses feature detection Degrades gracefully Supported Browsers The plugin has been successfully tested in the following browsers:

10 Useful jQuery Lightbox Plug-ins We are certain that you are already familiar with the concept of jQuery LightBox plugins. These plugins are basically used to focus the images, video or html content in a unique way on the webpage that you are currently viewing. There are many plugins available online for you to choose from and the best part is that they are pretty snappy because not a lot of coding is involved when these plugins are designed. Some of these plugins differ in features though as you will learn here.

idealforms - Ideal Forms is a small framework to build powerful and beautiful forms for the web. Version 1.02 will no longer be maintained. Ideal Forms is a small framework to build powerful and beautiful forms for the web. It's very easy to use and requires minimal html. Absolutely everything is stylable with css, no images needed. Support for IE8+, Firefox 3.6+, Chrome 9+, Safari 4+ and Opera 11+. Degrades gracefully with javascript disabled (you'll need to style it tho) For now, you can test the new version at Check out the mini how-to in the wiki to get started. Backstretch: a simple jQuery plugin that allows you to add a dynamically-resized background image to any page Advertisement a simple jQuery plugin that allows you to add a dynamically-resized, slideshow-capable background image to any page or element by Scott Robbin Download Backstretch Now link to a hosted copy on or download the entire project, including examples. Do you see the full-sized background image on this page? In a nutshell, that's what Backstretch does. It will stretch any image to fit the page or block-level element, and will automatically resize as the window or element size changes.

How To Display Your Last Tweet Using Javascript And The Twitter API The other day I was working on a small project of mine, and it doesn’t use a content management system such as WordPress or Joomla. It’s just all html and css to style the pages. So I wanted to display my last tweet from twitter, and jazz it up using css. Now when people usually want to display their last tweet, and are running wordpress, they usually just install a plugin to do it for them. Now remember my site is only HTML and CSS.

Progressive enhancement tutorial with ASP.NET MVC 3 and jQuery Progressive enhancement is a strategy for web design that emphasizes accessibility, semantic HTML markup, and external stylesheet and scripting technologies. Progressive enhancement uses web technologies in a layered fashion that allows everyone to access the basic content and functionality of a web page, using any browser or Internet connection, while also providing those with better bandwidth or more advanced browser software an enhanced version of the page. Now that it’s 2011 I hope more .NET web developers really start to take progressive enhancement seriously. Sure many ASP.NET devs work on internal LOB apps and can enforce javascript requirements, but if you’re working on an internet-facing site I encourage you to take advantage of the many PE/unobtrusive javascript techniques we have available these days, especially in MVC 3. update 3/2/2011

The Navigator: Premium WP Location Guide + Blog This directory-based theme utilizes Google maps to display exact locations and provide users the ability to interact with the location. The Navigator is ideal for travel blogs and/or location guides, but could also function as a real estate listings directory or store locator. The HTML version of this theme is available here What buyers are saying: “This theme is exactly what I needed to share an upcoming adventure.” – jep17 “The Navigator is an excellent piece of work.” - Nooriji Regular Expressions - a Simple User Guide and Tutorial A Regular Expression is the term used to describe a codified method of searching invented, or defined, by the American mathematician Stephen Kleene. The syntax (language format) described on this page is compliant with extended regular expressions (EREs) defined in IEEE POSIX 1003.2 (Section 2.8). EREs are now commonly supported by Apache, PERL, PHP4, Javascript 1.3+, MS Visual Studio, most visual editors, vi, emac, the GNU family of tools (including grep, awk and sed) as well as many others.

Examples of use Picture signs (glyphs) have been used in human communication since time immemorial. Owing to that each picture or sign represents a word, these symbols or pictograms form a universal language which is comprehensible to all people in the world. Mobile apps iOS Toolbar icons iOS double size for Retina display GLYPHICONS were originally designed for mobile applications as icons for tab bars, toolbars and navigation toolbars or as a part of control buttons.