How to create easy pagination with jQuery
Creating e-cards using jParallax
During browsing web I came across a very interesting plugin – jParallax, and suddenly remembered that soon the international women’s day, and decided that today will do something nice for our women. Our today’s article will be about how to create a nice e-card using our favorite library jQuery with own hands.
What is nice – that we will able to put different images into different layers. And, due mouse moving – our layers will moving too. Just check today`s sample, nice, isn`t it?
How to Easily display Your Stumbleupon Favorites using XSLT
Today I will tell you about another similar tutorial, but about Stumbleupon. We will create application which will show our (or any wished profile) Stumbleupon posts. And we will use XSLT transformation to parse XML (RSS) provided by Stumbleupon. I will using my profile for our sample. After some investigation I find that SU provide our list of favs in rss format here: http://www.stumbleupon.com/syndicate.php?stumbler=aramisgc – where ‘aramisgc’ is my account name. Also, we can obtain our comments too: http://www.stumbleupon.com/syndicate.php?stumbler=aramisgc&comments=1. So, we have all to start. Today I`ll show you how to display this information in any view.
Overflow CSS – About and How to use it in various conditions
Today I will tell you about CSS again. This is will property called ‘overflow’. This property already in CSS since second version (CSS2). All popular browsers like Firefox, IE, Safari, Opera etc supporting this property. I will tell about IE browsers in details a little after.
Overflow property determines the behavior of a block-type element in situations, where its contents exceeds its size. Overflow property can have five values. Each value defines two aspects of the generated element: whether to display the contents outside of the block itself and are we will have scrolling mechanism. If the value of the overflow property is auto, the browser displays the contents of the element according to its settings, plus – it should allow the user to scroll if the content does not fit in the container.
float css – one of various CSS properties
Today I will tell you about CSS. This is will property called ‘float’. This property already in CSS since first version. And of course supporting of all possible browsers – Firefox, IE, Safari, Opera etc.
By default, all basic HTML elements floating from left to right as possible. If the item reaches the end of the page (or the boundaries of its parent element), it goes lower – to next line.
Of course, we can play with these rules via float css attribute.
jQuery validator – checking forms
Today I will tell you how to build professional web forms with validation. I will use jQuery Validator Plugin for our tutorial.
Creating a Simple yet Stylish CSS Jquery Menu
Nowadays, css menus are becoming more and more popular, which is not surprising. Small size, fast speed, ease to create. In today’s tutorial I will tell you how to create a stylish navigation menu using not only CSS, but also jQuery library. It can help us enhance the default behavior. If you are ready – we can start.
Easily Animate Web Buttons/Objects using jQuery
Today I will tell you about animations in web using jQuery. As we know – jQuery offer us several default methods of effects: fade(In/Out/To), hide, show, slide(Down/Toggle/Up), toggle. This is ok, but what if we need more? So, animation will help us! It will help to slide between 2 states using really good effects. By default, ‘easing’ is optional param, so to use extra effects we will use additional jquery.easing.js library.