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SlideScreen jQuery Plugin “SlideScreen jQuery Plugin” Documentation by “Paulo Lagoá” v1.0.0 Thank you for purchasing my plugin. If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this help file, please feel free to email via my user page contact form here. Thanks! A) Introduction - top SlideScreen is a jQuery plugin that creates a "Before and After" effect from two images with just a few lines of code. You can have multiple instances of the plugin working on a single page and it is touch responsive, which means it will work on mobile devices. This help file will help you get started with SlideScreen and have it up and running in no time. B) Files - top SlideScreen comes with one .js and one .css files, so these should be included in your html for you to use SlideScreen. Below is a list of the files needed for the plugin. The Javascript and CSS calls should include these: Although there's not much CSS to change in SlideScreen there's a CSS file included with some properties for the styling of the separator bar.

jqDnR :: Drag'n'Resize minimaliste pour jQuery Who? jqDnR Minimalistic Drag'n'Resize for jQuery What? jqDnR is a lightweight plugin for jQuery that lets you drag, drop, and resize elements. Features; Drag + Drop Element Posistioning South East ResizingDefinable Drag and Resize "handles"Translucent Dragging, Preservation of Original Opacity Why? I wrote jqDnR to compliment jqModal elements, allowing drag+resize functionality while remaining true to the plugin's minimalistic architecture. jqDnR provides the all the basic elastic functionality most dialogs will need. If you like jqDnR, please consider a dontation to support its development: When? Current Version: 2007.08.19 +r2 (c) 2007 Brice Burgess under The MIT License Where? Download the Plugin (jqDnR.js - 972 bytes) Download the Dimensions Plugin (dimensions.js) [OPTIONAL] - If detected, the dimensions plugin by Brandon Aaron will be used to alleviate Internet Explorer "jumpiness" with elements that have fixed or percentage based position. How? Examples 1. Javascript 2. 3. Etc.

7 Best jQuery & JavaScript PDF Viewer plugin with examples In this Post we are providing best jQuery PDF viewer plugin & tutorial with examples.Due to popularity of online document viewer like Google Docs some javascript developers develop a good and useful plugins to view pdf file on online pdf viewer.Here is some good list of online pdf viewers. pdf.js is an HTML5 experiment that explores building a faithful and efficient PDF renderer without native code assistance. The jQuery Media Plugin supports unobtrusive conversion of standard markup into rich media content. which holds the object, embed iframe tags neccessary to render the media content. Read More Demo 3. A JavaScript library for dynamically embedding PDFs in HTML documents. Read More Demo 4.Google Docs Viewer plugin for jQuery The Google Docs Viewer is an embeddable browser-based viewer that requires only a URL to a file available online. Read More Demo 5. The ZOHO Viewer is an embeddable browser-based viewer that requires only a URL to a file available online. Read More Demo Read More Demo

Create your own jQuery Image Slider - CSS-Plus I originally posted this article on 15 September 2010. This is an updated version. This tutorial is for beginners. The method for creating the slider could be done differently, but I feel this way is more simple to understand. Common things that cross my mind before actually jumping into development are: Where are the hidden elements situated? Beneath, on top, next to or behind the visible element? How are they hidden? Is their display set to none? Are they outside of the parent element which is set to overflow: hidden? Are they hidden behind visible element via z-index? All right, enough of that, let’s get started. The HTML Before we create anything, we should try and get an idea of exactly what we are trying to achieve. So let’s turn that into HTML. .gallery-wrap will be the visible is the element that contains the list of images..gallery__controls contains the next and previous controls. The CSS The jQuery/Javascript This is where all the fancy tricks take place. That’s about it!

10 jQuery Rating Plugins Ratings, Polls, voting are very common these days! We the developers, use our most of time in searching good scripts for rating/polls. Today I have collected 10 jQuery rating scripts and plugins for better user experience for your next project. Have Fun! Related posts: 1. jRating It is a very flexible jQuery plugin for quickly creating an AJAX star rating system. Source 2. jQuery Opineo Plugin Opineo allows you to do all of this and much more without signing up for an account or hire an expert. Source 3. This is a jQuery plugin for star rating systems. Source 4. Build an MSDN-style content rater with ASP.NET, MS AJAX, and jQuery. Source 5. jQuery Star Rating Plugin This is hacked version of star rating created by Ritesh Agrawal It transform a set of radio type input elements to star rating type and remain the radio element name and value, so could be integrated with your form. Source 6. As it stands, this hack creates all of the votes in a separate table. Source Source 8. Source Source Source

Drag-and-Drop with jQuery: Your Essential Guide Home : Articles : Drag-and-Drop with jQuery: Your Essential Guide Tutorial by Matt Doyle | Level: Intermediate | Published on 17 February 2011 Categories: Learn how to use jQuery, and the jQuery UI Draggable and Droppable plugins, to create drag-and-drop interfaces in your web pages. Dragging and dropping can be a very intuitive way for users to interact with your site or web app. Moving email messages into folders Reordering lists of items Moving objects in games around, such as cards and puzzle pieces Drag-and-drop with JavaScript used to be very hard to do — in fact, getting a decent cross-browser version working was next to impossible. In this tutorial we'll take a look at how to create drag-and-drop interfaces with jQuery, and we'll finish with a complete drag-and-drop example: a simple number cards game for kids. jQuery UI The easiest way to include both libraries is to use Google's CDN, as follows: Making elements draggable Adding draggable options containment 'parent' 'document' 'window'

Login with Javascript SDK - Développeurs Facebook If people using your app aren't logged into your app or not logged into Facebook, you can use the Login dialog to prompt them to do both. Various versions of the dialog are shown below. If they aren't logged into Facebook, they'll first be prompted to log in and then move on to logging in to your app. The JavaScript SDK automatically detects this, so you don't need to do anything extra to enable this behavior. Invoking the Login dialog For apps using the Facebook SDK for JavaScript, the Login dialog is invoked with a simple call to FB.login: FB.login(function(response){}); As noted in the reference docs for this function, it results in a popup window showing the Login dialog, and therefore should only be invoked as a result of someone clicking an HTML button (so that the popup isn't blocked by browsers). There is an optional scope parameter that can be passed along with the function call that is a comma separated list of Permissions to request from the person using the app.

50 Fundamental jQuery Controls, Components and Plugins Every seasoned developer has one and every young and upcoming developer should be thinking of building one – a good and concise collection of UI controls, components and plugins that you can always rely on in times of need. Of course, there are plenty of great UI frameworks, kits and libraries that you could use, but none will offer you every component and none of them will be tailored to your own personal preferences and needs. Up until a few months ago my controls had been collected and sourced from various frameworks (Prototype, MooTools, jQuery…), upon review it seemed a little out-dated, some components unnecessary and some controls desperately needed updated. It seemed logical to give the collection a fresh outlook and a uniformity under one framework – I chose jQuery. (I have held on to a few controls that have not been built with jQuery, but for the sake of this post I have omitted them). So, here are my 50 Fundamental jQuery Controls and Rich UI Components… What would you add?

Mettre en place Facebook Connect sur son site : 1ère partie | 255ko Facebook Connect permet de se passer de processus d'identification sur son site, ou de simplifier celui-ci pour vos utilisateurs. Mais cela ne s'arrête pas là puisqu'il vous permet également d'utiliser les différentes fonctionnalités d'Open Graph.Ce tutoriel en plusieurs parties détaille les étapes nécessaires pour la mise en place de Facebook Connect. Cela va de la création d'une application Facebook à la détection de l'utilisateur en passant par son authentification. Créer une application Facebook Avant toute chose vous devez créer une application Facebook qui servira en quelque sorte d'interface entre votre site et la base de données utilisateurs de Facebook (vous ne serez pas pour autant obligé de créer une application directement intégrée sur la plateforme Facebook) : Cliquez sur le lien "Développeurs" situé tout en bas de la page d'accueil de Facebook.Sur la page suivante cliquez sur "Applications" dans le menu du haut : Cliquez ensuite sur "Créer une application" :

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