Roundabout for jQuery by Fred LeBlanc It’s ready-to-go straight out of the box, but if you want to get crazy, Roundabout is highly-customizable with an extensive API that allows for some pretty amazing results. Roundabout requires jQuery (at least version 1.2, successfully tested through version 1.7.2). It works in all major modern browsers and even some of the older, not-so-modern ones. It’s open source and released under the BSD license, meaning that it’s free to use in your personal or commercial projects. See Roundabout In Action Add-Ons Roundabout is equipped to play nicely with a couple of other plugins if they’re made available. Roundabout Shapes by Fred LeBlanc Roundabout can move in more ways than just a turntable. But That’s Not All! The list above is only a list of the plugins that have support baked in, but Roundabout will play nicely with many other plugins. Learn Support New in V2 The code is also a lot cleaner and better commented, which will hopefully allow you to get in there and tweak if you want to. to this: Usage
Super customized checkboxes and radio buttons with jQuery Sidr - A jQuery plugin for creating side menus You will be able to create multiple sidrs on both sides of your web to make responsives menus (or not, it works perfectly on desktop too). It uses CSS3 transitions (and fallbacks to $.animate with older browsers) and it supports multiple source types. Get started Like any other plugin, you must include it after the jQuery script. You have to include a Sidr Theme stylesheet too, choose between the dark or the light one, or if you prefer create one by your own. Using bower or NPM Instead of downloading the plugin, you can install it with bower or with npm: bower install sidr --save From a CDN If you want to load the scripts from a CDN to save bandwith or improve the performance you can use jsDelivr. Demos & Usage Here are described differents ways of usage for this plugin, you can read and adapt them to your website’s requeriments. The Simplest Usage Create a div called sidr and place your menu there. <a id="simple-menu" href="#sidr">Toggle menu</a><div id="sidr"><! Open/Close Programatically Themes
jQuery – Dynamically Adding Form Elements @ Charlie Griefer You know the situation. You have a form with ‘x’ number of text inputs. Eventually, you realize ‘x’ may not be enough for all users. But in the interest of keeping the page clean, you don’t want to arbitrarily continue to add these elements. What you really want to do is show a minimal amount initially, and then give the user the option of adding as many more (within reason) as that particular user might need. Why create any DOM elements that aren’t going to be used? First, you’ll want to see it in action. Let’s take a look at the code first, and then break it down. The Markup Let’s look at what’s going on, starting with the form itself: Very straightforward markup. Next up is another div that holds 2 button elements, each with a unique id attribute. That’s it for our markup. jQuery – The First Step Moving to the jQuery code itself. At it’s most basic, jQuery adheres to the principle of “find something, do something”. jQuery – Adding a New Form Element Again, we’re using method chaining.
Turn.js: The page flip effect in HTML5 Zebra_Form, a jQuery augmented PHP library for creating and validating HTML forms Get the latest updates on this PHP library via RSS Zebra_Form is a PHP library that simplifies the process of creating and validating HTML forms. Its object-oriented structure promotes rapid HTML forms development and encourages developers to write clean and easily maintainable code. Zebra_Form has integrated cross-site scripting (XSS) prevention mechanism that automatically strips out potentially malicious code from the submitted data, and also features protection against cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks. Forms layout can be generated either automatically or manually – using templates. It provides all the controls you’d expect in an HTML form and, additionally, date/time pickers, CAPTCHA and advanced AJAX-like file upload controls – see the documentation for validation rules that can be used out of the box. The client-side validation is done using jQuery 1.5.2+ Features review Requirements jQuery 1.5.2+ Installation How to use Live demos The HTML <! The PHP <? Download version 2.9.8
michaek/jquery-socialButtons iCheck - Des checkbox et radio boutons design avec jQuery iCheck est un plugin jQuery permettant de donner du style à vos input checkbox et input radio, à la fois sur desktop et mobile. Vous vous arrachez les cheveux à la vue des belles checkbox du Webdesign fourni par votre graphiste ? Pas de panique, iCheck est là pour vous! Il s'agit d'un plugin jQuery permettant de personnaliser graphiquement vos checkbox et radios avec un ensemble de thèmes et couleurs: 6 thèmes et skins sont proposés par défaut, on retrouve même un skin Flat UI pour les fans de la nouvelle tendance webdesign. Les checkbox et radios peuvent être présentés sous forme de ligne. Chaque état des boutons est correctement designé. Côté utilisation, c'est très simple: 1. 2. 3. Vous n'avez qu'à appeler le plugin jQuery avec l'une des options disponibles: 01. 03. handle: '', 05. checkboxClass: 'icheckbox', 07. radioClass: 'iradio', 09. checkedClass: 'checked', 11. disabledClass: 'disabled', 13. hoverClass: 'hover', 15. focusClass: 'focus', 17. activeClass: 'active', 19. labelHover: true, Sympa non ?
marcuswestin/store.js jQuery Steps Overview jQuery Steps is a smart UI component which allows you to easily create wizard-like interfaces. This plugin groups content into sections for a more structured and orderly page view. Furthermore, it is as simple as 1-2-3 to add plugins such as jQuery Validation which can prevent step changing or submission. Check out the demos and get a first-hand impression! Features HTML5 and Accessability support Async (AJAX) content loading Form validation made easy Embedded iframe content Cool transition effects Keyboard navigation Simple Step Manipulation Multiple wizards in one page Easy Navigation State Persistence * And much more ... * The step position of each individual wizard will be saved into a cookie after a step change, add or remove if saveState is set to true . Download License Copyright (c) 2013 Rafael J.