jQuery quickie: Slot machine style navigation Navigation is one of the things you'll see on every website. I wanted to give this part a little bit extra life, and when I saw a movie yesterday that included slot machines, it suddenly hit me. Using jQuery and some basic CSS and HTML, we could add some sweet slot machine style animation to a normally boring kind of navigation. Since it's not such an advanced technique, this is also a jQuery quickie. Already wondering how it works? As usual, we want to keep our HTML as short and clean as possible. <ul id="jquerynav" class="navigation"><li><a href="#" class="marcofolio">Marcofolio.net</a></li><li><a href="#" class="rss">RSS</a></li><li><a href="#" class="twitter">Twitter</a></li><li><a href="#" class="jquery">jQuery</a></li></ul> Take note of the different class and id attributes we need to use. This is all the HTML we need to make this example work. Although the CSS isn't very spectacular, there is something that is the actual key to make this technique work. jQuery That's about it!
16 Amazing jQuery Tooltips Collection This will be a most wanted list of jQuery tooltips collection for every web designer.When you surfing the web you can see different types of tooltips effect in web sites.Here I listed more popular jQuery tooltips collection in these days.I hope to update this article with new tooltips effects in future.So bookmark this article for your future preference if you like this post.Use the links given below for the tutorials,demos and downloads. The tooltip or infotip is a common graphical user interface element. It is used in conjunction with a cursor, usually a mouse pointer. The user hovers the cursor over an item, without clicking it, and a tooltip may appear — a small "hover box" with information about the item being hovered over. jQuery (mb)Tooltip Article : Demo : Download: qTip TipTip jQuery Tools
How to Make a Smooth Animated Menu with jQuery Ever seen some excellent jQuery navigation that left you wanting to make one of your own? Today we’ll aim to do just that by building a menu and animate it with some smooth effects. The Goal – One Smooth Menu Here’s a demo of what we’ll end up with by the end. Introduction – An explanation of easing The menu has such a smooth animation because of a thing called “easing”. “The term easing refers to gradual acceleration or deceleration during an animation, which helps your animations appear more realistic. Thanks to the magic of the jQuery Easing plugin, we can now use easing outside of Flash and Actionscript environments. Step 1 – Set up the Structure Before starting with any jQuery, we’ve got to build a quick menu structure with XHTML and load in the required project files. Nothing out of the ordinary here. Then copy in this menu structure into the body: Menu items have a class assigned to it that will designate the color of the block. Step 3 – Style with CSS Step 4 – Animate with jQuery
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A Colorful Clock With CSS & jQuery Martin Angelov The first wave of Christmas holidays passed and we are looking forward to New Year’s Eve for a fresh start at all those things we failed to do the last 12 months. And in the mood of the upcoming holiday, this week we are going to make a colorful jQuery & CSS clock, which will help you keep track of those precious last seconds of the year. This is also the first tutorial that features our first very own jQuery plug-in – tzineClock (soon to be released officially in a post of its own). Go ahead, download the demo files and continue with step one. Step 1 – XHTML As usual, we start with the XHTML markup. This saves us from having to manually type similar blocks of code for each one of the dials (there are three of them, one for the hours, the minutes and the seconds). Lets take a look at the XHTML that is inserted by jQuery: jquery.tzineClock.js This code is contained in jquery.tzineClock/jquery.tzineClock.js. Lets continue with the next step. A Colorful jQuery & CSS Clock Step 2 – CSS
A jQuery inline form validation, because validation is a mess « When it comes to form validation, it’s hard to have a versatile solution that works with every form. Figuring out how to display errors is not a simple task. This is something I tried to remedy with this script. When an error needs to be displayed, the script creates a div and positions it in the top right corner of the input. This way you don’t have to worry about your HTML form structure. Download the source code View demo Validations range from email, phone, url to more complex calls such as ajax processing. **Important**: v2 is a significant rewrite of the original 1.7 branch. Legacy 1.7 documentation and download can be found under package when you hit download on github Installation 1. Running the Demos Most demos are functional by opening their respective HTML file. 1. References First link jQuery to the page Attach *jquery.validationEngine* and its locale Finally link the desired theme Field validations Validations are defined using the field’s **class** attribute. Instantiation Actions