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jQuery Countdown

jQuery Countdown
The countdown functionality can easily be added to a division with appropriate default settings, although you do need to set the target time. You can also remove the countdown widget if it is no longer required. Default countdown: 331Days6Hours34Minutes12Seconds The defaults are: Text is in English Format is 'dHMS' Days are shown if needed Hours/minutes/seconds are shown You can override the defaults globally as shown below: Processed fields are marked with a class of hasCountdown and are not re-processed if targetted a second time. A note on Date - the JavaScript Date constructor expects the year, month, and day as parameters. You can control how the countdown is presented via the format setting. Don't show days: 119Hours59Minutes58Seconds Don't show seconds: 5Days0Hours0Minutes Don't show either: 120Hours0Minutes Pad with zeroes: 04Days23Hours59Minutes58Seconds Compact version: 4d 23:59:58 Minimal compact version: 120:00 For targets further in the future, there are more presentation options. <? Related:  jQuery

25 Amazing Examples of JQuery Carousel sliders Plugins JQuery Carousel sliders are extremely vital for all business portfolios and website templates. Both full screen image sliders and horizontal carousel image sliders go well with any website design and work perfectly well with each other. Considering the size of the website, the slider size may vary in a way that the slider should be one by third of a website page. We have gathered over here 25 jQuery carousel plugins sliders which you may use to better suit your requirement. Tip: 30 Amazing Free jQuery Plugins for Website AngularJS Touch CarouselDemoDownload This is an optimized carousel specifically for mobile devices which can be implemented in your html through adding “rn-carousel” feature. Cross browser 3D CarouselDemoDownload This is a 3D carousel which also supports all primary browsers which have css transformed support. ItemSlide.jsDemoDownload Tip: Best jQuery Plugins From 2015 PgwSlideshow – Responsive slideshowDemoDownload Client Testimonials CarouselDemoDownload

50 jQuery Plugins for Form Functionality, Validation, Security and Customisation Lets be honest, forms can be a pain in the ass to fill in. And for developers? There an even bigger pain in the ass to build. No one really likes them, as such, the most difficult challenges that a developer has to take on, when it comes to forms, is not only how to build a form that is easy and quick for the user to use, but also make it as accessible and usable as possible. Its not easy. In this article we have collected 50 jQuery plugins to help you build powerful forms. Form Functionality Plugins Elastic – Make your textareas grow This jQuery plugin makes your textareas grow and shrink to fit it’s content. jQuery “Highlight” Plugin Highlight increases usability of forms by highlighting the elements as you interact with the page. Autotab: jQuery Auto-Tabbing and Filtering Autotab is a jQuery plugin that provides auto-tabbing and filtering on text fields in a form. Ajax Fancy Captcha jQuery NobleCount Password Strength Indicator and Generator FormToWizard Plugin ToggleVal jQuery AlphaNumeric

jQuery for Designers - Tutorials and screencasts How to detect if a font is installed (only using JavaScript) In the pursuit of an idea I had recently, one tiny feature of the web site would be to detect whether the user had X font installed. I’ve looked at flash solutions, since a SWF had access to enumerate the fonts, but ultimately if it could be done without flash, it would/should be faster and smarter. So here’s my pure JavaScript (okay, and a little CSS) solution: font.js Usage Include the font.js script in your page. It relies on jQuery so include that somewhere too. $(document).ready(function () { font.setup(); // run setup when the DOM is ready}); Then to test: font.isInstalled(fontname); // returns true or false Simple. Example I mention this little idea, and a fuller blog post on this later, but I’ve installed it and make use of it to preview a font-family list: How It Works Comic Sans to the Rescue For the first time in my career I’ve found a genuine use for Comic Sans. Basic Matching Tricks The key to a successful match are two tricks:

The Final Countdown - jQuery.countdown Take control of your DOM, register yours callbacks and start counting! The Final Countdown is a plugin tailored to be used in any layout, without any CSS/HTML dependency. The goal was to fit and mimic differents countdown styles as you see out there in coupons and auction sites. There are few ways to get started, the simplest example is as shown here, but we support many different countdown styles. Read our Documentation and follow our Examples to see what suits your particular needs. Features Comprehensive documentation; Bult-in time formatter; Zero-pad support to all variables; Pluralization support; i18n aware; HTML and CSS agnostic; Support since 2011. 40 Free jQuery, CSS3, HTML5 Upload File Form Script Designs Today, the design industry has become the fastest growing industry, creative and new websites are being made every single day, by pushing the limitations of CSS and HTML in almost every direction. CSS has become a long way for formatting any structured content. It used to control by the layout for precisely to apply in the documents. Modern websites are made and designed to provide several types of interactions to the users, CSS3 is mostly uses in these situations. To give the designers more interoperability and flexibility, CSS3 is considered the next major platform. Below you will find some best handpicked free handpicked HTMLS, CSS3, and jQuery upload file form script designs which may come in handy for your own websites or for designed projects. Mini Ajax file upload fo Demo | Download The mini Ajax file upload form allows the users to upload files from their browsers or drag them by selecting them separately. HTML5 files uploader Demo | Download Drop zone Drag Drop Upload Demo | Download

30 Fantastic New jQuery Plugins With jQuery now being used in over 40% of all web sites, the demand for up-to-date and feature-rich plugins has never been greater. Thankfully, the community has always met its popularity head on by offering a constant influx of new jQuery plugins that constantly push the boundaries of functionality even-further. We haven’t actually had a good look at plugins in quite a while, so today, we thought we would bring you up-to-date with some of the latest and greatest. CodeExplorer CodeExplorer is an enitrely unique code formatting plugin that will not only format the code with colors and spacing, but will also display it in an entire folder structure. Subway Map Visualization Plugin The amazing Subway Map Visualization plugin allows you create, interactive subway map visualizations with HTML. Website Tour with jQuery Website Tour with jQuery allows you to, as its name clearly states, create a tour on a website with jQuery. jQuery Embedded Help System Flurid – The Fluid CSS Grid Isotope MobilyMap

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SimpleModal / Eric Martin / Overview SimpleModal is a lightweight jQuery Plugin which provides a powerful interface for modal dialog development. Think of it as a modal dialog framework. SimpleModal gives you the flexibility to build whatever you can envision, while shielding you from related cross-browser issues inherent with UI development. Usage SimpleModal provides 2 simple ways to invoke a modal dialog. As a chained jQuery function, you can call the modal() function on a jQuery element and a modal dialog will be displayed using the contents of that element. $("#element-id").modal(); As a stand-alone function, a modal dialog can be created by passing a jQuery object, a DOM element, or a plain string (which can contain HTML). $.modal("<div><h1>SimpleModal</h1></div>"); Both of the methods described above, also accept an optional options object (nice tongue-twister, huh?). $("#element-id").modal({options}); $.modal("<div><h1>SimpleModal</h1></div>", {options}); Styling For IE6, you might want to apply the PNG fix: Demos

Making a jQuery Countdown Timer Martin Angelov When building a coming soon or event page, you find yourself in search for a good way to display the remaining time. A countdown gives the feel of urgency, and combined with an email field will yield more signups for your newsletter. Today we are going to build a neat jQuery plugin for displaying a countdown timer. Let’s start with the markup! The HTML We will give the plugin the creative name of “countdown”. Generated markup In the above example, the plugin has been originally called on a div with an id of countdown. Inside is the markup for the digits. The static class of the digits gives them their gradient background and box-shadow. A jQuery Countdown Timer The .countDiv spans are the dividers between the units. But how is this markup generated exactly? The jQuery First let’s write two helper functions used by the plugin: init generates the markup you saw above;switchDigit takes a .position span and animates the digits inside it; assets/countdown/jquery.countdown.js Great!

Top 30 Free jQuery Navigation Menus jQuery makes the development a lot easier and convenient, and it’s use is becoming ever so popular on the smallest elements on your website. Today we are talking about jQuery navigation menus. These menus are not just about plain text that is linked to redirect you to a specific page. A simple navigation can be turned into a dynamic menu with the power of jQuery, and while CSS3 could do the same for you, jQuery adds a lot more functionality. More quality jQuery from our past collections: Pushy DemoDownload This is an off-canvas navigation menu which uses CSS transformations and transitions to achieve the effects. Slinky DemoDownload If you are looking to creating scrolling navigation that is also very beautiful to look at, you may want to try this jQuery menu out. jQuery Pop Menu DemoDownload This particular menu is also responsive and it offers tons of amazing features with it. Slidebars DemoDownload jQuery Square Menu DemoDownload This particular jQuery menu will display a square-ish menu. Sidr

Sort &amp; Vote – A jQuery Poll Martin Angelov Today we are going to make a draggable sort & vote poll, that will enable our website visitors to choose their favorite tutorial from the site. After they vote, a friendly CSS chart will show them how the tutorials are ranked and the total number of voters. To achieve this, we will be using jQuery, jQuery UI, PHP, CSS & MySQL. You can use the code I provide here to make your own versions and mash-ups. Step 1 – XHTML To make a better understanding of these steps, it would be nice to have the download files nearby and open, so you can trace where the code I explain here originates from. We start with the XHTML markup. demo.php Worth noting is the sform form. Maybe more interesting here is the PHP part on lines 3-5. <li id="<? This code is positioned inside a while loop, that outputs it for each list item. A sortable LI element Now lets dig a little deeper into the CSS styles. Step 2 – CSS In the code below, you can see how we have styled the XHTML we generated earlier. Step 3 – PHP

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