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Tipped - The jQuery Tooltip

Tipped - The jQuery Tooltip
Tipped allows you to easily create beautiful tooltips using the jQuery Javascript library. Evolved from the popular Prototip library, Tipped takes tooltips to the next level by using HTML5 to give you full control over the look and feel of your tooltips. Canvas graphics The entire skin of the tooltip, from shadow to loading icon, is drawn using Canvas. This means that tooltip styles can easily be changed without having to create any images. Canvas based tooltips also have the advantage that they look great in every browser, even in IE6! Javascript API With the powerful API provided by Tipped it's possible to quickly create and control tooltips customized to your site, all it takes is a few lines of Javascript. And more... Check out the demonstrations below or head over to the documentation to discover more awesome features. Related:  JavaScript

blur.js 40 Useful jQuery Techniques and Plugins - Smashing Magazine Over the last year, Smashing Magazine has evolved. We’ve been publishing fewer lists and more in-depth articles about design and Web development. We have invited professionals and high-profile developers to write for us. We’ve been investing more resources in the quality and relevance of our articles. We’ve also explored new formats; and on weekends we’ve been publishing more inspirational pieces, leaving the in-depth articles to weekdays. We’ve tried our best to fuel the growing appetite of our readers for more advanced articles, but recently we’ve been receiving more requests for carefully selected, useful round-ups. In this post, we present 40 useful but obscure jQuery plug-ins that will hopefully help you improve the user experience on your websites. TipTip jQuery PluginTipTip detects the edges of the browser window and will make sure the tooltip stays within the current window size. jQuery Slider plugin (Safari style) 3jQuery Slider is easy to use and multifunctional jQuery plugin.

Documentation | Spritely Spritely is a simple plugin with only two key methods, sprite() and pan() both of which simply animate the background-image css property of an element. The difference between the two is that a 'sprite' image contains two or more 'frames' of animation, whereas a 'pan' image contains a continuous image which pans left or right and then repeats. Typically, in either case, you would use a png file (with or without transparency) for this. You might wish to use a transparent gif for Internet Explorer 6, though it probably won't look as good. For documentation in languages other than English, please see Unoffical Documentation. Please note: there is a problem with the current version of Mobile Safari on the iPad On the iPad, using the pan() method may cause crashes in Mobile Safari. Quick start If you're impatient to try out Spritely and want to see some self-contained working examples, you can download some sample 0.4 code as a zip file. What's new in version 0.6? What's new in version 0.6?

AutoSuggest: An AJAX auto-complete text field : CSS . XHTML . Javascript . DOM, Development : Brand Spanking New kk said Jeffrey Ropp said Nicely done. For some reason, my results dont appear within a scroll area? I've also found that my results aren't always qualified by the first character provided. Try an "S" first. Any thoughts would be appreciated! Thanks, Jeff Robert said Very interesting. peter said Hi, is it possible to submit the form after clicking on some of the results? Josh said I tried that, I can't seem to get it to respond right. in order for the dropdown to be clickable you must change the code above from: this.fld.addEventListener('blur',function () { pointer.clearSuggestions() },false); to this.fld.addEventListener('blur',function () { setTimeout(function () { pointer.clearSuggestions() }, 300) },false); I figured out how to make the autosuggest show on when focused and clear when the field loses focus. replace line 24: this.toID = setTimeout(function () { pointer.clearSuggestions() }, this.oP.timeout); with function createIEaddEventListeners() { if (document.addEventListener || ! Enjoy

14 Best CSS Editors for Web Designers & Developers 20.1K Flares Twitter 25 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 StumbleUpon 20.1K Pin It Share 0 20.1K Flares × CSS definitely provides you the ease of changing the appearance of your entire website by just modifying a single file. What makes the entire process of changing the CSS files more easy is the use of CSS Editors. Other Interested Articles: Btw, for high quality brochure printing in full color at PsPrint.com Stylizer Stylizer is a web browser that creates CSS ridiculously fast. XylescopeXylescope transparently converts pages with markup errors in the source code into well-formed XHTML. Style MasterStyle Master is the leading cross platform CSS development tool. Rapid CSS EditorWith Rapid CSS Editor you can quickly and easily create and edit cascading style sheets of any size and complexity. EngInSite CSS Editor EngInSite CSS Editor is a fully integrated Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) development tool, designed to save your time and unleash your creativity. About Author Andrew Smith

Latest tweets tooltip plugin with jQuery Whilst browsing my feeds I found an interesting post by Cody over at Codrops on how to add a twitter tooltip popup on any paragraph of text. You can find the main plugin here: jQuery Twitter Search Plugin or view the demo The Code Oh well there’s not much to brag about here but here’s how to initialise the plugin. The popup box that appears can be dragged and resized. 10 jQuery Transition Effects: Moving Elements with Style Whatever content you have to present, you can present them in a more interactive & more responsive ways. In this article we’d like to present 10 Brilliant techniques using some jQuery magic to grab the attention of your users with a simple, rich user experience that gets them excited about your website. 1. Fluid Navigation – How to create an informative menu-bar with jQuery & CSS Learn how to create a menu that appears like a standard menu bar in it’s default state, but which on rollover pulls down an information area that covers both the original menubar item and has an expanded section containing the text we want to display. 2. Roundabout is a jQuery plugin that converts a structure of static HTML elements into a highly customizable turntable-like interactive area. 3. A simple image slider using HTML/CSS/Javascript. 4. jQuery Quicksand Plugin With Quicksand you can reorder and filter items with a nice shuffling animation. 1. 5. jQuery Magic Line Sliding Style Navigation 6. 8. 9. 10.

Download 21 Free Fun Fonts Download 21 Free Fun Fonts Here is an Awesome collection of Fun Free 21 Fonts that you can download for yourself which you could use for your next project of web, graphic, logo, or banner design. In this Free list of fonts you’ll be able to find Fun Free Fonts that resemble the theme for Terminator, Ice Age, Bugs Life, Star Wars, Batman, Coca Cola, Ferro Rosso, Hawaii, Flowers, Walt Disney, Hollywood, Jurassic Park, Tron, and more. Also, if you know of any popular movie or company fonts that are Totally Free for personal and commercial use, then please let us know in the comments section. So, I guess just jump in and pick your favorite one :) 1. – Walt Disney Font 2. – Harabara Font 3. – Decker Font 4. – Circuitry Font 5. – Hawaii Lover Font 6. – Ferro Rosso Font 7. – Coca Cola Font 8. – Republika Font 9. – Jurassic Font 10. – Blomster Font 11. – Broken Font 12. – Insect Font 13. – Feena Casual Font 14. – Hollywood Hills Font 15. – Caribbean Font 16. – Terminator Font 17. – A Bug’s Life Font

jQuery Before/After Plugin About a month ago I was reading the New York Times online and they had an article which showed a road in Brooklyn that had been reconstructed to make it safer and more pleasing to the eye. To show the difference in the reconstruction project, they showed a before and after picture using Flash that let the visitor drag a slider over the images, which were sandwiched with one on top of the other, so that you could easily see how dramatic the changes were. I immediately thought that this could be done in JavaScript using jQuery, so I set out to do it. Here’s the result: Pretty slick no? The possibilities for this plugin are endless. Download Go to the Before/After download page What’s So Great About this Plugin? Slick effect, no Flash neededIt’s just 7K (4K compressed)Reusable on multiple containersDegradable. How to Use First, your before and after images must be the same size. That’s it! Options The following options are configurable: Options are added when calling the script: Enjoy! Demos

How to Create a Clean Web 2.0 Style Web Design in Photoshop In this Photoshop web design tutorial, you’ll learn, step-by-step, how to create a stunning and clean web layout. You’ll be using some basic to intermediate-level techniques to build your very own sleek "Web 2.0" style web design that uses the 960 Grid System. This is a two-part series that will teach you how to create the layout in Photoshop, and then how to convert it to a standards-compliant (X)HTML web design. Final Result Clicking on the image below will take you to the full-scale version of the web layout that we’ll be designing in this tutorial. Setting up the document 1 Create a new document in Photoshop with the dimensions 1200px x 1050px. Creating the background 2 Now, we will be creating the background. Placing the Grid System into the document 3 On a new layer, create a 960px wide grid – 12 bars, each bar at 60px wide. Making containers for the logo and navigation items 4 We will now be creating the containers for the logo and the navigation items. 9 Duplicate the separator.

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