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Content tagged as 'jQuery'

Improving the Login Form Experience

posted on Sep 1, 2011.

Login forms are a common element that appear on a large number of websites. In this article, we will be looking at how we can use a bit of CSS and jQuery to create an elegant, usable drop down form. We will also be looking at how to maintain usability by creating an alternative for users who do not have JavaScript enabled.

Freebie: WhatsThis? jQuery Plugin

posted on Dec 24, 2010.

Here’s a neat little bit of jQuery goodness that I’ve created recently, and which I have elected to make available as a code freebie here on the blog. Entitled WhatThis?, it allows you to create simple information buttons to accompany selected elements in your site or application. It’s small, lightweight and oh-so-useful.

Making of the Contained Sticky Scroll jQuery Plugin

posted on Nov 27, 2010.

Last week I released a jQuery plugin that I called Contained Sticky Scroll, which you can see working on the sidebar of this blog. In this tutorial, I will be going through the code of that plugin and explaining how to write the plugin entirely from scratch!

Freebie: Contained Sticky Scroll jQuery Plugin

posted on Nov 15, 2010.

Freebie: I’m releasing my first ever jQuery plugin, which I am calling Contained Sticky Scroll. It basically allows you to create an element that will “stick” to the top of the window as the user scrolls, but which will not move outside of its parent element.

Creative Problem Solving: PHP, jQuery and the Semi-Dynamic

posted on Sep 13, 2010.

Have you ever been faced with a tricky design or development problem where the solution may not have been entirely obvious right off the bat? In this post we will look a situation like this that I was recently faced with, and how I used a combination of PHP and jQuery to form a solution.

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