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35+ Useful jQuery Menu Plugins

35+ Useful jQuery Menu Plugins
With the right jQuery menu plugin your website visitors may get the best and most dynamic navigation available. jQuery is a lightweight, cross-browser compliant, incredibly awesome and extremely powerful JavaScript framework (library) that emphasizes and simplifies interaction between JavaScript, CSS and HTML. With jQuery, you can change the look and feel of your website into something extraordinary, and it is easier than you think. This way you are providing a different and very dynamic look and feel that users will typically love. Navigation is one of the most important elements in web design. It has to be neat, usable and creative at the same time in order not to drive your visitors away because they cannot find what they are looking for. jQuery is one of the most powerful tools to enhance your navigation and make it stand out and there are many cool scripts to help you do magic in minutes and not hours. Mac Style Dock Menu in jQuery and CSS – MORE INFO / DEMO Dropp – MORE INFO

15 kostenlose jQuery- und CSS3-Tutorials Einige der jQuery- und CSS3-Tutorials eignen sich nicht ausschließlich für das Umsetzen spezifischer Aufgabenstellungen, sondern sind auch ein probates Mittel, um sich mit Plugins und der entsprechenden Technologie auseinander zu setzen. Mit CSS3 und jQuery können Webdesigner innovative Designs umsetzen, die es ihren Kunden unter Umständen erleichtern, Besucher mit nicht alltäglichen Design-Elementen auf die eigene Website zu locken. Die folgenden kostenlosen jQuery und CSS3 Tutorials richten sich in erster Linie an noch unerfahrene Webdesigner. Ressourcen für jQuery und CSS3 Wer noch auf der Suche nach Templates, Plugins oder sonstigen Tipps zu den Themen jQuery und CSS3 ist, wird auch hier auf t3n fündig. Anlaufpunkte sind beispielsweise die folgenden Artikel: jQuery und CSS3 Tutorial: Timeline Portfolio Diese Tutorial widmet sich dem jQuery-Plugin Timeline , mit dem man Inhalte in chronologischer Reihenfolge anzeigen kann. jQuery und CSS3 Tutorial für Image Slider Akkordeon-Menüs

Perfect Full Page Background Image Learn Development at Frontend Masters This post was originally published on August 21, 2009 and is now updated as it has been entirely revised. Both original methods are removed and now replaced by four new methods. The goal here is a background image on a website that covers the entire browser window at all times. Fills entire page with image, no white spaceScales image as neededRetains image proportions (aspect ratio)Image is centered on pageDoes not cause scrollbarsAs cross-browser compatible as possibleIsn’t some fancy shenanigans like Flash Image above credited to this site. Awesome, Easy, Progressive CSS3 Way We can do this purely through CSS thanks to the background-size property now in CSS3. Works in: Safari 3+Chrome Whatever+IE 9+Opera 10+ (Opera 9.5 supported background-size but not the keywords)Firefox 3.6+ (Firefox 4 supports non-vendor prefixed version) View Demo But careful, reader Pierre Orsander said they tried this and had some problems with links on the page going dead. Enjoy

jQuery NailThumb experience how useful it is in dynamic web applications, where you can face any shape or size. What it's useful for? Basically any media gallery But imagine you want to use avatars in your web applications: with this plugin you can avoid to develop a functionality that enable your user to load avatars of the right height and width, and still you'll be able to present them nicely in the size/sizes your layout need. Take a look at the avatar demo What this is not? This plugin won't help you deliver very big high-res images more easily. However with this plugin you'll just have to resize them to a more bandwidth friendly dimension, you won't need to crop/resize them to any particular aspect ratio, and most of all you'll be able to change that shape via css whenever you want afterwards.

Circle Hover Effects with CSS Transitions From our sponsor: Get started on your Squarespace website with a free trial In today’s tutorial we’ll experiment with hover effects on circles. Since we have the border radius property, we can create circular shapes and they have been appearing more often as design elements in websites. One use that I especially enjoy seeing is the circular thumbnail which just looks so much more interesting than the usual rectangular. Please note: the result of this tutorial will only work as intended in browsers that support the respective CSS properties. We will omit vendor prefixes in this tutorial. So, let’s get started! The HTML For most of the examples, we’ll be using the following structure: <ul class="ch-grid"><li><div class="ch-item ch-img-1"><div class="ch-info"><h3>Use what you have</h3><p>by Angela Duncan <a href=" on Dribbble</a></p></div></div></li><li><div class="ch-item ch-img-2"><div class="ch-info"><h3>Common Causes of Stains</h3><p>by Antonio F. The CSS Example 1

Flexigrid 32 Useful jQuery Filter and Sort Data Plugins For a greater control over the order, placement and organization of your web page or table elements, you option is jQuery Filter or jQuery Sort plugins. With their drag-able controls these plugins make it possible to give you opportunity to create a more dynamic and user friendly design. Every web developer is aware of the fact that sorting and data filtering are useful in case you have large datasets but you can also use these features for managing list views such as portfolio pages. In this post we are providing you with an overview of jQuery plugins which you will find useful for providing powerful functionality to re-order, filter and drag or drop facilities. 1- Using jQuery To Manipulate and Filter Data In case of large data tables, you would love to give your user a platform to sort through the data in a structured manner and you can have complete information about hover effect, zebra rows, filtering and sorting. Details 2- Beautiful Data Demo | Details Demo | Details 4- Advanced tables

Fluid Images — Unstoppable Robot Ninja (Hello! If you think this article’s interesting, you might check out my ALA article on responsive web design.) I’ve always hated publishing. I don’t mean the industry, but the act. To wit: One of the really solid criticisms lobbied against my Fluid Grids article for ALA was that all of my examples were pretty text-heavy. In Which “Looking Across the Pond for Help” Is a Pretty Decent Answer, As It Turns Out Since I started mucking around with this whole “stylesheets” thing, Richard Rutter has been one of those CSS giants on whose shoulders I frequently stand. A few years back, Richard published a brilliant series of experiments with max-width and images, which I pored over when I was first working on this blog. This solved the problem beautifully. And as it turns out, this works just fine for most embedded videos, too: So while this is shaping up nicely, we’re not quite done. As it turns out, not quite. Internet Explorer, however, does have such a toggle. Sadly, it also caused another bug.

10 Ways to Build a Kick-Ass Resume Despite all the advancements in technology over the last decade or so, the traditional word-based resume is still as popular as ever. However, if you’d like to stand out from the crowd there are a number of new school options for you to consider. And we’re not talking about simply having a LinkedIn profile which could almost be considered ‘old hat’ now. Nope, we’re about to enter a new world of resume building and sharing. The only question is; Are prospective employers ready for what you can now dish up? Social Resumes 1. Zerply is one of the more high profile socially-shaped resume and career sites going around. 2. The first of two Facebook-powered apps, ResumUP wants to make your ‘social profile visual’. 3. Yes, BranchOut is technically more a ‘network’ than a plain old resume builder option but it allows you to create a profile which features everything that is wonderful (or not) about you. 4. LinkedIn have been quietly developing this functionality as an add-on to the main site. 5.