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Nivo Slider - The world's most awesome jQuery & WordPress Image Slider jQuery & WordPress Image Slider The Nivo Slider is world renowned as the most beautiful and easy to use slider on the market. The jQuery plugin is completely free and totally open source, and there is literally no better way to make your website look totally stunning. If you don’t believe us, check out the list of features below and you soon will. Beautiful Transition Effects The Nivo Slider makes displaying your gallery of images a beautiful experience, by using amazing transition effects ranging from slicing and sliding to fading and folding. Simple and Flexible Setup The Nivo Slider was designed to be as simple to setup and use as it could possibly be. Small, Semantic & Responsive The Nivo Slider is also designed to have as small an impact as possible on your page load times, so the packed version only weighs 15kb. Free to Use & Abuse The Nivo Slider jQuery plugin is open source and released under the MIT license. Powerful & Simple Slider Creation Multiple Slider Types Slider Themes

jQuery Geo docs Welcome! jQuery Geo is an open-source, geospatial mapping jQuery plugin from Applied Geographics developed with the intention of making spatial web mapping significantly simpler than it may initially seem. We would like to point out the term "open-source" to explictly state that Google, Bing, & Esri are generally free but not open. Please read the following sections for more information and examples, and thank you for considering us! If you have any questions feel free to ask the lead developer on Twitter. If you would like only release notifications, you can follow the project itself on Twitter. docs This project takes pride in having easy-to-use, up-to-date documentation. examples Now that that's out of the way, here are some code examples! "everything" examples These first two examples attempt to let you test as many of jQuery Geo's features as possible on one page. demos The examples in this second set of use the features of jQuery Geo in a more interesting way. showcase component examples

Preloading Images with jQuery and JavaScript Creating effects on websites using jQuery and other JavaScript has really grown from flashy extras to full on applications in the browser. Part of slick applications is images. They might be part of the content being loaded or something like an icon in an application. But, for those images being added after the page is loaded there can be a time gap while that image is downloaded. A jQuery Script Here is a simple jQuery script to preload the images. (function($) { var cache = []; // Arguments are image paths relative to the current page. $.preLoadImages = function() { var args_len = arguments.length; for (var i = args_len; i--;) { var cacheImage = document.createElement('img'); cacheImage.src = arguments[i]; cache.push(cacheImage); } }})(jQuery) You'll notice that this isn't anything special to jQuery. To use the preloading make a call like: jQuery.preLoadImages("image1.gif", "/path/to/image2.png"); Breaking Down The Script Let's break down this snippet of code to see what's happening.

rlightbox – a jQuery UI mediabox Table of Content Announcement rlightbox development is discontinued at the moment. News February 4, 2012 – new 1.1.1 point release fixes issue #5 October 14, 2011 – new stable version 1.1 has been released. About rlightbox is a jQuery UI mediabox that can display many types of content such as images, YouTube and Vimeo videos. Features Sets Set is a group of images, Youtube, Vimeo, or Flash swf videos, or a mix of them all. YouTube support rlightbox supports playing YouTube videos. Vimeo support rlightbox supports playing Vimeo videos. Flash swf video support rlightbox also supports playing standard swf videos. Panorama Panorama is a way to display part of a full-sized image on the screen. Panorama mode is available when the icon with four arrows pops up at the top left corner of the widget. Live Re-size rlightbox is able to adapt to browser size, and it is great for so-called responsive design. ThemeRoller ready! rlightbox is compatible with ThemeRoller! Keyboard Navigation Nice error handling Other

Open Source Ebook Readers for Android Your Android device is a versatile tool which can be put to a variety of practical uses, including reading ebooks. But for that you need a decent ebook reading app. While there are several ebook readers available on the Android Market, the Cool Reader and FBReader open source apps are probably the best of the bunch. There are several features that make Reader worthy of its name. For starters, Cool Reader really excels at format support: the app can handle all popular ebook and text formats, including EPUB, FB2, TXT, RTF, and HTML. Cool Reader provides basic tools for managing your ebook library. The app’s default interface offers a comfortable reading environment, but you can also tweak a wide range of settings from page background and page margins to alternative fonts and external stylesheets. While FBReader supports only the EPUB, OEB, and FictionBook formats, the app does have a few clever tricks up its sleeve.

HTML9 Responsive Boilerstrap JS Crazy Egg – Visualize where your visitors click Over 200,000 businesses Convert Better with Crazy Egg, The Original Heatmapping Technology A heatmap is an easy way to understand what users want, care about and do on your site by visually representing their clicks - which are the strongest indicators of visitor motivation and desire. A Crazy Egg heatmap lets you collect more than 88% of the data you would using a traditional eye-tracking process. At a fraction of the price. With no hardware. Almost no IT involvement. Because Google Analytics & Site Catalyst Leave Questions Unanswered, Trust Crazy Egg Visualizations to Help You Understand Your Users. Wouldn't you like to fill in the gaps left by analytics… without A/B testing every little assumption… and without breaking the bank on in-lab usability studies? Heat Maps: At a glance, see the hotspots on each page - so you know what to change, preserve or delete "Do our users think they can click greyed out buttons?" Click-Tracking Overlays: Find a hot spot? Scroll Maps:

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