In recent web design trend, slider is one of the most commonly used interfaces. With slider, you can save a lot of space displaying similar contents and also make the website looks better. However, you might wondering is there any sliders that are responsive and still works in both desktop and mobile resolution? The answer is yes. In this post, I want to introduce 10 responsive sliders that you can use it for free.
Last year, I introduced a couple of jQuery plugins website libraries that you should visit, today I would like to make an update to that post. Here, I will show you some other libraries that you can use when looking for great jQuery plugins that will save your development time.
The jQuery Plugin Registry
This is the official jQuery Plugins repository from the maker of jQuery. Although it’s just launched not long ago, but there are already close to 1000 registered plugins. With it’s user friendly interface and also connecting to respective Github repositories, you can easily navigate and check whether the plugins are recently updated or not.
I found three content delivery networks (CDN) that host some of the most commonly used scripts in the world: Google Libraries API, Microsoft Ajax CDN and CDNJS. Google Libraries is the popular one, but hosts lesser scripts compared to CDNJS. The latter hosted a really huge amount of scripts including Modernizr and many more. And why we should use CDN instead of hosting on our own?
If you are looking for jQuery slideshow plugins for your next project, the official jQuery Plugins library is the destination to look for the plugin. Unfortunately, at this time of writing this post, the plugins page is under development. So, where you should go to look for your slideshow plugin?
Luckily, there are several other plugins libraries that you can rely on. Here I will introduce 4 jQuery plugins libraries that you should visit today, while waiting for the overhauled Plugins page to be up in future time. Please continue reading to check them out!
As mentioned in my previous article, fancy scrolling website is one of the hottest trends on the net. When scrolling down, the parallax effects and unexpected object animations give a fresh new definition for scroll down the page where it used to be boring. But for people who are not really good in coding, how are we going to create such cool scrolling and presentational effect website?
Well, I gathered a few essential plugins and tutorials found on the Internet that will let and teach you to make such websites with a breeze. Many of these plugins mentioned below are powered by jQuery and they are really powerful. Please continue read to find out all of these great resources.
Here I found several useful sites that provide sets of questions to test your web development knowledge that you can participate. From these quizzes, you can learn from mistakes and become a better coder! Read on to check out the quiz sites!
Smart sticky navigation bar is a bar that sits at its original place above the fold, but when you start scrolling down the long page, it will sticks at the top of the browser window and follows, similar to IGN’s corporate website’s navigation bar. Continue reading out the demo and the codes after the break.
When comes to presentation, normally we will rely on softwares like PowerPoint or Keynote. These are really useful tools, but for people who doesn’t have the softwares, we still can use free online tools like Google Doc’s Presentation. But now there is another new way of doing presentation slides which is by using web-based HTML entirely.
The benefit of HTML presentation slides is compatibility. People can view your slides by using their favorite browser. Here, I found 8 plugins and resources that you can actually use to create your HTML presentation. Kudos to the innovative creator for making those useful plugins. Check them out after the jump.
Many websites out there use jQuery, and actually what plugins they are using? In this article I will show you 7 examples of jQuery in real world examples as well as the links to the plugin. Note that the examples might not using the exact plugin introduced below but they have the similar function. Read on to find out!
In many websites with lengthy content, one very common features is by providing a “Go to top” button at the end section of an article for users to quick access to the top of the page, without using the scroll bar. This can be achieve easily by using a very simple anchor link that targets the top area of the web page. Cool and straight forward.