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13 Excellent jQuery Animation Techniques

13 Excellent jQuery Animation Techniques
Only a few years ago, if something was animated on a website it was automatically assumed to be Flash. However, this is not the case today. With the growing popularity and wide spread use of JavaScript frameworks, sometimes you have to take a closer look to find out what is powering all of those smooth animations. With several JavaScript frameworks available, jQuery is quickly becoming a favorite. Building an Animated Cartoon Robot with jQuery Animate a hover with jQuery How To Create A ‘Mootools Homepage’ Inspired Navigation Effect Using jQuery CSS Sprites2 – It’s JavaScript Time Build An Incredible Login Form With jQuery Learning jQuery: Revealing Photo Slider Learning jQuery: Fading Menu – Replacing Content Using jQuery for Background Image Animations Animated Menus Using jQuery Create a Cool Animated Navigation with CSS and jQuery Animated Drop Down Menu with jQuery jQuery Tutorials for Designers How to Load In and Animate Content with jQuery About the Author Related Posts

10 Useful jQuery Plugins for Images We all know and love jQuery for its flexibility and many uses. But some of the most impressive jQuery applications are those that involve images. It really can allow you to do some useful stuff and even add a “wow” factor to your project. So here we’ve rounded up 10 jQuery plugins to help you display images in your next project. Slides Slides is a crazy simple slideshow plugin for jQuery. Face Detection Face Detection is an impressive plugin that does just what its name suggests. AviaSlider AviaSlider is a jQuery slideshow plugin with unique transition effects. Fullscreenr So you want to have a background image on your website, which always fills the screen and maintains its aspect ratio? Slidy jQuery Slidy is a plugin that generates a customizable transitions automatically. MobilyNotes MobilyNotes is lightweight (2KB) jQuery plugin that shows your images or other html content in a stacked format. jQuery Easy Slides Easy Slides is an extremely easy to use plugin for making slideshows. Booklet

60 Useful JQuery Tutorials From 2010 60 Useful JQuery Tutorials From 2010 Posted by Prakash on December 7th in Tutorials. Web developer created some great jQuery tutorials and today we just want list some of the 2010 tutorials which really stand out from the tradition javascript effect tutorials. Animate Panning Slideshow with jQuery Beautiful Background Image Navigation with jQuery Coding a Rotating Image Slideshow w/ CSS3 and jQuery How to Create a jQuery Confirm Dialog Replacement Making an Apple-style Splash Screen Do you want to clear the 3101.1 exams successfully in the first attempt? Elements with jQuery and CSS3 Making an Interactive Picture with jQuery Creating a Stylish Coming Soon Page with jQuery Create Custom PopUp (Modal Window) with jQuery Content Slider Using CSS and Jquery Tabbed Content with Navigation using jQuery UI Crafting an Animated Postcard With jQuery Lights Out – Dimming/Covering Background Content with jQuery Animated Landscape Using CSS and jQuery Jquery Tutorial : Toggle Effect on Hover/Click Prakash About Us

Sliding Login Panel with jQuery 1.3.2 Sliding login panel with jQuery - Demo This script is based on my previous script "Show/Hide Login Panel with Mootools 1.2" but now works with jQuery 1.3.2 instead of Mootools 1.2. Click "Log In | Register" on top to open the demo. Download this script here » Please note the Login and Register forms in this demo will not work "out of the box" without a user login system pre-installed on your site (e.g. This page is valid (X)HTML & CSS. What's new in this version? Panel has been redesigned to be "slicker". Known Bugs Rollover effect for the login button doesn't work in IE6 because of 24Ways' script. And now some Lorem Ipsum to fill the page Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit.

jQuery Tutorials for Designers This article contains 10 visual tutorials intended for web designers and newbies on how to apply Javascript effects with jQuery. In case you don't know about jQuery, it is a "write less, do more" Javascript library. It has many Ajax and Javascript features that allow you to enhance user experience and semantic coding. Since these tutorials are focused on jQuery, I'm not going to get into the details of the CSS. Note: the version used in this article is jQuery 1.2.3 View jQuery Demos Download Demo ZIP How jQuery works? First you need to download a copy of jQuery and insert it in your html page (preferably within the <head> tag). How to get the element? Writing jQuery function is relatively easy (thanks to the wonderful documentation). 1. Let's start by doing a simple slide panel. When an elment with class="btn-slide" is clicked, it will slideToggle (up/down) the <div id="panel"> element and then toggle a CSS class="active" to the <a class="btn-slide"> element. 2. 4a. 4b. 5a. 5b. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Trend alert: 20 animated website designs In order to be a great designer, you need to be on top of the trend before it becomes a trend. Being able to have this sense of what’s going to take off is key in creating a wonderful product. You’re recognized for being one of the ‘firsts’ and you’re also given props for your innovation and new approach to common problems. All this is great and desired. It can, however, be tough to keep up with trends because they come so frequently and you never know what’s going to stick. What seems to be hot today can end up cooling off dramatically by the end of the week. With advances in technology, I think it’s safe to say one of the trends to look forward to are animated web designs. Le Singe Fume Sa Cigarette This website is odd and creative. Adventure World There are many theme parks that have websites that normally just tell you about attractions and how to go about purchasing tickets. Pragmatic Mates Pragmatic Mates is a creative studio that focuses in app development and creation.

Apprendre et comprendre jQuery – 1/3 • Tous les articles Tutoriels jQuery Introduction rapide et en douceur à l’utilisation d’une des bibliothèques JS à la mode. Ou comment ajouter une couche d’interactions simplement et proprement à vos pages. NB : ce billet sera divisé en trois parties. Publié il y a déjà trop longtemps… Introduction jQuery est une bibliothèque JS développée principalement par John Resig. Par bibliothèque on entend donc un ensemble cohérent de fonctions permettant de s’affranchir des tâches rébarbatives et répétitives de façon uniforme sur les navigateurs les plus courants. Elle est sous licence GPL et MIT, et donc complètement réutilisable sur des travaux professionnels. Les navigateurs supportés sont : Firefox 1.5+Internet Explorer 6+Safari 2.0.2+Opera 9+ La bibliothèque est utilisée par exemple sur des sites comme : DellGoogle CodeDiggNBCAmazonMozillaWordPressDrupalSPIPThe Zend Frameworketc Par ailleurs cette bibliothèque est compatible (elle n’entre pas en conflit) avec d’autres. Pré-requis Bases Appel <! Compression Une fonction etc.

15 Handpicked Fresh and Useful jQuery Tutorials jQuery has really simplified the work flow for web designers. Even someone with basic javascript understanding can use it. These tutorials are proof of that. In this post you will find 15 really useful jQuery tutorials that has been published in the previous month or so. Hope the readers learns something new with these tutorials . 1. Demo This tutorials shows how to create a slide out menu that stays on the left of the webpage. 2. Demo We have seen some sliding background with jQuery before. 3. jQuery AJAX Tabs Demo A neat, simple, fast jQuery tabs tutorial. 4. Demo This menu tutorial is in two parts and really an awesome menu tutorial. 5. Demo An easy to understand jQuery Pagination tutorial. 6. DemoIf you are thinking why would anyone one want to do this, here is an example: if you are running a music website, need people to vote for albums or lets say a wallpaper website, you can use the technique for this tutorial. 7. Demo Make getting back to top of the page fun and cool with this tutorial.

iPhone Toggle Switches // Elijah Miller 05 Aug 2009 Way back in June, Thomas Reynolds released iPhone-style-checkboxes for jQuery, a progressive enhancement for checkboxes which makes them into the beautiful iPhone toggle switches. I really like these switches on the iPhone so I went about finishing up his version for the Prototype framework. Of course, I couldn't help but add some new features along the way! Variable sizes The initial version supported changing the ON/OFF label text, but if you made the text longer than a few characters, it would be hidden under the handle. As a bonus, you can also specify that no automatic resizing should be done and do the control and handle sizing with CSS to make a group of controls uniform. Draggable They certainly looked like the iPhone switches, but they didn't feel like them. Sliding labels A quick check through the network graph revealed Matthijs Langenberg had devised a clever way to slide the labels along with the handle. iPhone compatibility Thanks Download

Animate Panning Slideshow with jQuery If there’s one thing that never seems to go out of style, it’s a good jQuery slideshow. Highly visual websites rely on the ability to showcase imagery automatically. Whether it be a professional photographer or zoo, slideshows pop up so frequently because they work well. In today’s tutorial we’ll take the makings of a classic slideshow, but use a different kind of transition to animate between slides. It may not fit every project, but diversity is always welcome in the world of web design. The Goal Be the end of this tutorial, we’ll have a slideshow that transitions by changing the visible window. Structuring the Slideshow Step one is setting up the HTML structure for the slideshow. As you may notice, we’re loading a few external JavaScript files into this page. Keeping with convention, we’ll contain the slideshow inside of an unordered list. Let’s get started by creating a new HTML file with the following code: Style and Arrangement with CSS Copy the code below into your CSS file. Google+

Ruby on Rails Znowu walczyłem z autocomplete w Rails. Walczyłem, bo inaczej tego nie można określić. Twórcą tego pluginu jest osobnik o swojsko brzmiącym nicku dhh. Na stronie poświęconej temu pluginowi można nawet (sic!) Aby zainstalować z konsoli zawołaj: ruby script/plugin install auto_complete oczywiście zazwyczaj nie działa :-( Można więc ręcznie. /vendor/plugins/auto_complete zazwyczaj pomaga. Aby użyć tej kontrolki w widoku wpisz: gdzie approveForm jest nazwą funkcji JavaScript, która zostanie wywołana po wybraniu elementu z listy. Aby rozwikłać pozostałe zawiłości złapałem się po raz kolejny za google i gugłam. Chodziło mi o prostą rzecz. Zadziałało! ale to nie działa. tworzy dynamicznie metodę: Co wiec stało na przeszkodzie aby taka metodę samemu napisać? Sprawdzam... prawie działa. Rozwiązanie proste, łatwe i przyjemne. Pozostała jeszcze sprawa pozostałych opcji. Ogólna notacja kontrolki w widoku jest taka: Aby na przykład zacząć wyszukiwanie od wpisanych trzech liter kontrolkę skomponuj tak:

jQuery Form Framework - jFormer Overlay Effect Menu with jQuery In this tutorial we are going to create a simple menu that will stand out once we hover over it by covering everything except the menu with a dark overlay. The menu will stay white and a submenu area will expand. We will create this effect using jQuery. So, let’s start! View demoDownload source In this tutorial we are going to create a simple menu that will stand out once we hover over it by covering everything except the menu with a dark overlay. So, let’s start! The Markup The HTML structure will consist of a main wrapper div for the menu which will contain the overlay and the unordered list for the menu. <div class="oe_wrapper"><div id="oe_overlay" class="oe_overlay"></div><ul id="oe_menu" class="oe_menu"><li><a href="">Collections</a><div><ul><li class="oe_heading"> Summer 2011 </li><li><a href="#">Milano</a></li> ... The submenu divs will each have an inline style for the left position. Let’s look at the style. The CSS The style for the links inside of the submenu lists: The JavaScript

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