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CoolCarousels - Showcasing 23 cool carousel examples

CoolCarousels - Showcasing 23 cool carousel examples

Flow Slider - Home - Flow Slider - jQuery plugin 318 useful twitter bootstrap resources #1 Web Design and Web Development Agency based in Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, Spain - MA-NO Web Design and Development Display BOOTSTRAP-MAXLENGTH Uses badges to display the maximum length of the field where the user is inserting text. This plugin uses the HTML5 attribute "maxlength" to work. WATABLE a pretty decent jQuery table plugin BOOTSTRAP-TIMEPICKER A simple timepicker component for Twitter Bootstrap. BOOTSTRO.JS Guide users through your application via a series of Bootstrap popovers NOD! MESSENGER Replacement for alert() messages and other user interaction notifications. JQUERY.TOCIFY.JS A jQuery Table of Contents plugin that can be themed with Twitter Bootstrap or jQueryUI. BOOTSTRAP-PROMPTS An implementation to replace the alert(), prompt(),confirm() notifications on the browser when using Twitter Bootstrap with Modal information SUBNAV FOR BOOTSTRAP 2 Example of how to implement SubNavs in Bootstrap navigation menus. JQUERY-BOOTSTRAP-SCRIPTING Uses the modal dialog provided by bootstrap and provides a controlable dialog functionality for web pages as a jQuery plugin. Form

15 jQuery Space-Saving Content Sliders and Carousels We all know about the popularity of jQuery image and video sliders and carousels. For the most part they are all feature-rich and perfect in their own way, but very few of them have been built to accommodate non-image content (blocks of text) that would allow you to have, for example, a rotating featured content area or a popular post section. Why is that? The good news is that we have managed to find 15 feature-rich jQuery plugins that do cater for non-image content. These plugins will allow you to organize, highlight and showcase your most important content in a sleek and stylish manner while at the same time allowing your readers to browse your content all within the same page. Alright, let’s get to it. dualSlider dualSlider features not one but two animations, hence the name. bxSlider AnythingSlider AnythingSlider combines a featured content, start/stop, and moving boxes slider into one, and throws in some new features to create a full-featured slider. SlideDeck Start/Stop Slider

La navigation Web, c’est aller de l’avant ! | CRO Consultant Expert Web Analytics et Optimisation Taux Conversion Il faut l’avouer sur le web, en général on est assez impatient. On n’aime pas attendre qu’une page se charge, chercher l’accès à un contenu, comprendre pourquoi la validation d’un formulaire ne se fait pas. La décision de cliquer sur tel ou tel lien est prise très rapidement. C’est pourquoi nous avons besoin de simplicité dans la conception d’un site Web, car la complexité est source de confusion et de mauvaises décisions. Nous pourrions schématiser l’expérience utilisateur à un réservoir de « bonne volonté » qui se viderait proportionnellement aux efforts cognitifs fournis jusqu’à une certaine limite de l’acceptable et du « clickout ». « La réserve de bonne volonté » de Steve Krug :1 – Les visiteurs arrivent sur le site avec un réservoir plus ou moins plein de bonne volonté. 2 – Chaque effort cognitif fourni fait baisser le niveau du réservoir.La capacité du réservoir est propre à chaque utilisateur. Imaginons que vous êtes en train de conduire.

175 Awesome jQuery Slider and Effects Roundup Slider are very useful and increasingly popular web page elements used for highlighting important content. By using a jQuery slider plugin, one can create amazing HTML slider effects with fancy animations of content elements like text and images. jQuery takes care of the difficult aspects like browser support and typically when using jQuery plugins it can be done with very little coding effort. This is the reason why jQuery sliders and jQuery banner slideshow scripts have become very popular on most types of websites. The jQuery library has undoubtedly made the life of web developers easier and made it possible for non-experts to do fancy stuff themselves. Because jQuery effects work wonders in our web designs, it makes sense that we take steps to acquire a size-able collection of ready to use plugins in various categories. Advertisement Article Index First some Responsive jQuery sliders for Mobile Friendly Websites! Lush – Content Slider – MORE INFO | DEMO Camera Slider – MORE INFO — Your Web, documented Slidorion, An Image jQuery Plugin | jQuery Slider and jQuery Accordion Height equals width with pure CSS Description If you have an image with a certain aspect ratio you can easily keep the proportion with the "auto" value. Like: The problem is that you can't use the "auto" value for the height property of a block element like a DIV or alike. It will always resize depending on the inner content/elements. The trick I found a solution which was already posted four years ago on A List Apart. <div class='box'><div class='content'>Aspect ratio of 1:1</div></div> We need two block elements to achieve the desired behaviour. So, what's this? So our box is already as high as wide. The content And here is the trick: We just position the content element as absolute with all four orientations set to 0. That's it. Other aspect ratios If you want to create other ratios just change the padding-top value of the pseudo element (see example): IE7 and below Since IE is IE and especially IE7 is everything but a browser, you have to create the pseudo element yourself in your markup if you like to support that shit.

FlexSlider - The Best Responsive jQuery Slider namespace: "flex-", //{NEW} String: Prefix string attached to the class of every element generated by the plugin animation: "fade", //String: Select your animation type, "fade" or "slide" easing: "swing", //{NEW} String: Determines the easing method used in jQuery transitions. jQuery easing plugin is supported! direction: "horizontal", //String: Select the sliding direction, "horizontal" or "vertical" reverse: false, //{NEW} Boolean: Reverse the animation direction animationLoop: true, //Boolean: Should the animation loop? smoothHeight: false, //{NEW} Boolean: Allow height of the slider to animate smoothly in horizontal mode startAt: 0, //Integer: The slide that the slider should start on. slideshow: true, //Boolean: Animate slider automatically slideshowSpeed: 7000, //Integer: Set the speed of the slideshow cycling, in milliseconds animationSpeed: 600, //Integer: Set the speed of animations, in milliseconds initDelay: 0, //{NEW} Integer: Set an initialization delay, in milliseconds

Transitions & Animations - An Advanced Guide to HTML One evolution with CSS3 was the ability to write behaviors for transitions and animations. Front end developers have been asking for the ability to design these interactions within HTML and CSS, without the use of JavaScript or Flash, for years. Now their wish has come true. With CSS3 transitions you have the potential to alter the appearance and behavior of an element whenever a state change occurs, such as when it is hovered over, focused on, active, or targeted. Animations within CSS3 allow the appearance and behavior of an element to be altered in multiple keyframes. Transitions As mentioned, for a transition to take place, an element must have a change in state, and different styles must be identified for each state. There are four transition related properties in total, including transition-property, transition-duration, transition-timing-function, and transition-delay. In the example below the box will change its background color over the course of 1 second in a linear fashion. Box

Rhinoslider: The most flexible jQuery slider/slideshow PNG that works Once you sprite your images, the next step is to compress them as much as possible. PNG is a great format for this, but… Yes, it does! No, it doesn’t! Which PNG? PNG supports various combinations of color depth, transparency and color correction. GIF-like PNG images with simple transparency are supported in all browsers (even as old as IE4) without any hacks, so whenever you can use GIF — don’t. You’ll get the same quality and compatibility as GIF, but a smaller file size. 24-bit PNG files have perfect quality, but perfection costs a lot of bandwidth. When you need full color, but don’t need transparency, use JPEG instead. This type is often mistaken for one and only true PNG, and infamously fails in IE6. Aside from the IE6 problem, this type creates pretty large files. If you’ve only ever used Photoshop, you may believe that this type of PNG cannot exist. With this type of PNG you get file sizes smaller than GIF, but retain ability to use several levels of transparency. I’m serious.

Orbit: jQuery Image Slider Plugin from ZURB - ZURB Playground - 1.3.0 (1/25/2012): Add custom events to allow control via custom JavaScript. Fixed intermittent loading issue on Chrome. Fixed IE issues. Refactored code to be more readable. Final version outside Foundation. 1.2.3 (3/17/2011): Fixed a number of issues including: Fixed issue of false parameters failingCan now have just 1 slide without it failingReorganized kit download to isolate "demo" pieces and core codeIncluded jQuery 1.5.1We've edited some of the docs here around "Content" slides 1.2.1 (2/3/2011): Changed caption styles to not break on different sized sliders and added documentation in here about positioning other than relative. 1.2 (1/20/2011): Content compatible, new loading animation, thumbnail navigation for bullets, animated captions, no more overflow hidden on the container, restructured the markup & js, changed the base UI, added callback, mouseover pause, better timer interactions and re-browser tested.