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How to Make a Smooth Animated Menu with jQuery

How to Make a Smooth Animated Menu with jQuery
Ever seen some excellent jQuery navigation that left you wanting to make one of your own? Today we’ll aim to do just that by building a menu and animate it with some smooth effects. The Goal – One Smooth Menu Here’s a demo of what we’ll end up with by the end. Introduction – An explanation of easing The menu has such a smooth animation because of a thing called “easing”. “The term easing refers to gradual acceleration or deceleration during an animation, which helps your animations appear more realistic. Thanks to the magic of the jQuery Easing plugin, we can now use easing outside of Flash and Actionscript environments. Step 1 – Set up the Structure Before starting with any jQuery, we’ve got to build a quick menu structure with XHTML and load in the required project files. Nothing out of the ordinary here. Then copy in this menu structure into the body: Menu items have a class assigned to it that will designate the color of the block. Step 3 – Style with CSS Step 4 – Animate with jQuery Related:  JQuery

jQuery quickie: Slot machine style navigation Navigation is one of the things you'll see on every website. I wanted to give this part a little bit extra life, and when I saw a movie yesterday that included slot machines, it suddenly hit me. Using jQuery and some basic CSS and HTML, we could add some sweet slot machine style animation to a normally boring kind of navigation. Since it's not such an advanced technique, this is also a jQuery quickie. Already wondering how it works? As usual, we want to keep our HTML as short and clean as possible. <ul id="jquerynav" class="navigation"><li><a href="#" class="marcofolio">Marcofolio.net</a></li><li><a href="#" class="rss">RSS</a></li><li><a href="#" class="twitter">Twitter</a></li><li><a href="#" class="jquery">jQuery</a></li></ul> Take note of the different class and id attributes we need to use. This is all the HTML we need to make this example work. Although the CSS isn't very spectacular, there is something that is the actual key to make this technique work. jQuery That's about it!

Creating a Mouseover Fade Effect with jQuery My last little jQuery tutorial was an alternative to using CSS to create an image change on a mouseover. Now I want to take that one step further and add a fade effect. For my example, I am going to make a black and white image fade into a color image. Add the jQuery script between your head tags. Here is the function. Here is the CSS. And here is the body code. All together you got something that looks like this. Test it out below: NOTE: If you are using jQuery with WordPress, you need to replace all the dollar signs ($) with the word jQuery due to other Javascript libraries that use the dollar sign.

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SharePoint navigation - Make current item highlighting work - it One thing that bugs me (and a lot of clients of us) is that SharePoint's top menu (AKA Global navigation) highlighting is not working as we expect it to:If you create a subsite directly underneath the root web, and make it appear on global navigation, It will get highlighted when selected. BUT if you create a subsite somewhere else (say in the Site Directory), and then make it appear on global navigation, it will not get highlighted when you navigate to it. If you create a publishing page it gets highlighted when visited. BUT if you create a page in a document library it doesn't. This is an example of the current and the desired situation. Recently one of our clients asked me to fix this. * If you are not interested in the how to, you can simply download the final product from here. Starting point:While developing SharePoint, the product team has decided to use asp.net's menu control for navigation. Highlighting logic:We need to know when to highlight items. e.Item.Selected = true; 1. 2.

Sexy Drop Down Menu w/ jQuery & CSS Jun 02 2009 Studies show that top navigations tend to get the most visual attention when a user first visits a site. Having organized and intuitive navigation is key — and while most drop down menus may look aesthetically pleasing, developing them to degrade gracefully is also essential. In this tutorial I would like to go over how to create a sexy drop down menu that can also degrade gracefully. View Demo of Sexy Drop Down Menu Step1. First create an unordered list for your base top navigation. <ul class="topnav"><li><a href="#">Home</a></li><li><a href="#">Tutorials</a><ul class="subnav"><li><a href="#">Sub Nav Link</a></li><li><a href="#">Sub Nav Link</a></li></ul></li><li><a href="#">Resources</a><ul class="subnav"><li><a href="#">Sub Nav Link</a></li><li><a href="#">Sub Nav Link</a></li></ul></li><li><a href="#">About Us</a></li><li><a href="#">Advertise</a></li><li><a href="#">Submit</a></li><li><a href="#">Contact Us</a></li></ul> Step2. Step3. jQuery Conclusion Homepage

30+Beautiful jQuery Menu Navigation - jQuery Menu In this showcasing, we have pick up beautiful jquery menu navigation plugins and tutorials that you can also download free. In fact, menu is useful navigation link that you will see on every websites, it is an important part of website to show visitor about your website purpose and also easy for user to find information on the website. All those jquery plugin menu types such as jquery slide menu, jquery vertical menu, jquery menu dropdown, jquery context menu, jquery sliding menu, jquery tree menu, jquery menu button, jquery top menu, jquery menus, jquery menu bar, jquery floating menu, jquery accordion menu, jquery horizontal menu, jquery expanding menu, jquery hover menu, jquery popup menu…etc. You may like this post: jQuery Mouseover Effects 3-Level Responsive Drop Down Navigation Menu with jQuery CSS3 Demo Tutorial Drop Down Responsive Menu with CSS3 and jQuery Demo Tutorial Responsive Drop Down Menu jQuery CSS3 Using Icon Symbol Demo Tutorial jQuery Over Animation Menu Demo | Download Demo

10 Superb Image Effects and Slider Tutorials with Jquery 10 Superb Image Effects and Sliders with Jquery and CSS. I haven’t been into jquery much but since i had to use it in one of my site i worked on one and i became a fan of jquery. that is why i have gathered a list of awesome jquery effects tutorial for images and sliders. All tutorials are gathered from various sites and are linked back. Fancy Thumbnail Hover Effect w/ jQuery This is an awesome thumbnail hover effect jquery tutorial. Sliding Boxes and Captions with jQuery This tutorial is my personal favorite, u can stylize your images with divs/boxes and make superb , very attractive effects by simple jquery. Create an Image Rotator with Description (CSS/jQuery) This is a very very handy and attractive master piece of jquery and css. AnythingSlider jQuery Plugin AnythingSlider is an attempt at bringing together the functionality of all of those previous sliders and adding new features. ImageSwitch A superb easy to use plugin which switches between images in a very attractive animated style.

25 jQuery Tutorials for Improved Navigation Menus Get the FlatPix UI Kit for only $7 - Learn More or Buy Now In this post, I have collected 26 useful jQuery navigation menu tutorials. Enjoy! Mega Drop Down Menus w/ CSS & jQuery Animated Navigation with CSS & jQuery Create Simple Dropdown Menu Using jQuery Collapsing Site Navigation with jQuery Use Sprites to Create an Awesomeness-Filled Navigation Menu Thumbnails Navigation Gallery with jQuery Sexy Drop Down Menu w/ jQuery & CSS How to Create a Drop-down Nav Menu with HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery Slide Down Box Menu with jQuery and CSS3 Awesome Bubble Navigation with jQuery Beautiful Background Image Navigation with jQuery Fancy Apple-Style Icon Slide Out Navigation Halftone Navigation Menu With jQuery & CSS3 Beautiful Slide Out Navigation Revised Animated Navigation Menu with CSS3 Create animated vertical Menu Using Jquery Create Bounce out Vertical menu with jQuery jQuery Dropdown Navigation in WordPress Create an apple style menu and improve it via jQuery How to Build a Lava-Lamp Style Navigation Menu

bluebit.co.uk - JQuery expandable navigation (menus) jQuery expandable navigation using nested UL's posted on Tuesday 10th February, 2009 by mark Before I begin, I am not claiming this to be a definitive technique, in fact as a relative new comer to jQuery it can no doubt be vastly improved, however I thought I would share my technique and invite people to tear it apart if they so wish! My aim Create a navigation menu using UL's and LI's with nested UL's that expand when their parent LI is clicked I will be using the minified jQuery 1.3.1 library to achieve this. HTML Markup The above HTML markup will display an unordered list with 4 list items, the second of these list items having an unordered list nested within, this UL has 3 list items of its own. The CSS As I will be using a class to toggle the visibility of the nested UL's on and off, we need to write a small piece of CSS so that the class will actually do something when it is applied. Thats it! The jQuery ... not quite finished! I also added the following code to my CSS: Thanks for reading!

jQuery: The Write Less, Do More, JavaScript Library jQuery | ilovecolors - Part 2 14Jul in jQuery Using cookies with jQuery Cookies aren’t just tasty and chocolate-flavoured. They can also store useful information for your users to have a better experience on your site. Tags: tutorials 12May How to avoid double clicking with jQuery There has been always one troubling issue regarding web forms and user interaction: when the user double clicks the submit button. Read more Tags: javascript 5May How to create a jQuery plugin One of the fundamental principles of programming is encapsulation and reuse. Read more Tags: plugin, tutorials 28Apr Using jQuery to pick up where CSS leaves off In the following lecture by Chris Coyier, he gives a beautiful, and funny (which is great), introduction to jQuery and explaining how to benefit from including it in our workflow with HTML and CSS. Tags: resources 20Apr jQuery file upload: Uploadify Looking for a file uploading solution to integrate on a WordPress admin I stumbled upon the incredible jQuery file upload plugin Uploadify. Read more 10Feb 30Jan

jQuery for Designers - Tutorials and screencasts 50 Brilliant Typography Designs to Inspire You Typography, combined with the efficient use of color, fonts, shapes and images, is an excellent way for designers to set a theme and mood in a design. In fact sometimes, with just text alone, it is enough to create an amazing design and send the message to the audience. So today, if you're looking for some inspiration or just browsing the web for something nice and cool, I'm sure you'll enjoy this collection of some neat and creative typographic design. Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit Image credit

Opciones del QuickLaunch de Wss3 mediante SPNavitaionProvider - Un problema muy común en WSS3 es el de conseguir un menú de navegación que muestre las opciones en función del usuario y las unidades de negocio que estén activas en el portal. El menú de navegación de wss3 nos permite navegar a las distintas listas o bibliotecas que creemos. También nos permite dar de alta nuestras propias opciones desde la página de configuración de inicio rápido. El problema que tendremos en un proyecto real, será que las opciones que tengan que aparecer dependerán del usuario logado y los elementos de negocio implementados, y no podrán ser opciones estáticas. Ejemplo del problema en el mundo real En Renacimiento estamos trabajando en un cliente que tiene que desplegar más de 150 portales con una infraestructura Wss3 (no MOSS), cada portal puede tener activo una serie de features que en conjunto implementan las funcionalidades requeridas por el negocio. SPNavigationProvider SPNavigationProvider es una clase que hereda de SiteMapProvider estándar en Asp.Net2. How To

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