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jQuery Tutorials for Designers

jQuery Tutorials for Designers
jQuery for Designers Here are 10 visual exmples to demonstrate on how to use jQuery to enchance user experience and semantic web design (view original jQuery Tutorials). Another awesome tutorial by Web Designer Wall. 1. Simple Slide Panel 2. 3. 4a. 4b. This one lets you specify which panel to open as default. 5a. 5b. This will get the title attribute and append it to the hover text. 6. This will make entire block element clickable (see live demo on Best Web Gallery). 7. This example shows you how to imitate the Gmail inbox panels. 8. This one requires the Color Animations plugin. 9. Replace the img src attribute with the a href attribute. 10.

Developing a jQuery Plugin Sometimes we get it in our heads that a task is too complex that we just ignore doing it. That's been my mindset when thinking about developing a plugin for jQuery. I've always thought that some of the code I developed would make more sense as a plugin but I just didn't have time to figure it out. After finally pushing myself into learning about jQuery plugins, I was left saying, "That's it?!" It turns out it's ridiculously easy and I have no idea why I haven't been doing this from day one. Why a plugin?

How to Create a 3D Tag Cloud in jQuery With browsers rendering JavaScript faster than ever before, it’s a great opportunity to get creative with jQuery. This tutorial will show how to create a scrolling 3D tag cloud…it’s not as difficult as you might think. 3D Tag Clouds..Oh My What exactly will we be building? Airtight News I recently started playing with shaders in three.js and I wanted to share some of what I’ve discovered so far. Shaders are the ‘secret sauce’ of modern graphics programming and understanding them gives you a lot of extra graphical fire-power. For me the big obstacle to learning shaders was the lack of documentation or simple examples, so hopefully this post will be useful to others starting out. This post will focus on using pixel shaders to add post-processing effects to Three.js scenes.

ColorBox - customizable lightbox plugin for jQuery A lightweight customizable lightbox plugin for jQuery View Demos Released under the MIT License, source on Github (changelog) Download Install via NPM 30 Pro jQuery Tips, Tricks and Strategies Whether you’re a developer or a designer, a strong jQuery skillset is something you can’t afford to be without. Today, I’m going to show you 30 handy jQuery coding tricks that will help you make your scripts more robust, elegant and professional. Getting Started These tips and tricks all have one thing in common- they are all smashingly useful. Create Flipping Content Tabs Using jQuery Content Tabs have become more popular lately with more and more websites and blogs using them to show more content in lesser space. Today I am going to show you how to create content tabs with nice flipping effect. For this, you will need the QuickFlip jQuery Plugin by Jon Raasch and of course, the latest version of the incredible jQuery library. The HTML Structure Here’s the HTML structure you’ll need to use: <div id="flip-tabs" > <ul id="flip-navigation" > <li class="selected"><a href="#" id="tab-0" >Recent</a></li> <li><a href="#" id="tab-1" >Popular</a></li> <li><a href="#" id="tab-2" >Comments</a></li> </ul> <div id="flip-container" > <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> </div> </div>

10 Best jQuery Plugins - March 2009 qTip is an advanced tooltip plugin for the ever popular jQuery JavaScript framework. Built from the ground up to be user friendly, yet feature rich, qTip provides you with tonnes of features like rounded corners and speech bubble tips Boxy is a jQuery plugin that is used to create flexible, facebook style dialog boxes and overlay boxes. It is very easy to implement in any page by using only few lines of code. This plugin allows you to change any element with an ID on your page into a single or multiple file upload tool. The plugin uses a mix of JQuery, Flash, and a backend upload script of your choice to send files from your local computer to your website server.

CSS/SVG Animated Circles Pen Actions Create New Pen Save Info Panel (if owned) A Plugin Development Pattern I've been developing jQuery plugins for quite a while now, and I've become rather comfortable with a particular style of plugin development for my scripts. This article is meant to share the pattern that I've found especially useful for plugin authoring. It assumes you already have an understanding of plugin development for jQuery; if you're a novice plugin author, please review the jQuery Authoring Guidelines first. There are a few requirements that I feel this pattern handles nicely: Content Organization: Deciding What Matters Most The content of any website is paramount to a site’s success. High quality content, regardless of whether the site aims to inform, entertain, or sell a product, will increase the site’s likelihood of converting visitors. But beyond providing high quality content, a site also needs to organize that content in a way that makes it accessible to visitors.

5 Fresh and Useful jQuery Plugins Were Born in November 2009 jQuery is great and the amount of free extensions is simply amazing! The number of jQuery plugins that were created monthly is very hard to count and to know; And It is not easy to know which one is the nice one. In November 2009, 5 jQuery plugins were born and most of people believed that they are useful for web designers. Enjoy the 5 fresh jQuery plugins!