Category Archives: jQuery

Five Useful CSS/jQuery Coding Techniques For More Dynamic Websites

Interactivity can transform a dull static website into a dynamic tool that not only delights users but conveys information more effectively. In this post, we’ll walk through five different coding techniques that can be easily implemented on any website to provide a richer user experience. The techniques will allow you to better display difficult content, help users find information more effectively and provide meaningful UI cues without overwhelming the user. On-page text search Drag controls for oversized content Subtle hover effects Comment count bars Full-page slider [Offtopic: by the way, did you already get your copy of the Smashing Book?] 1. On-Page Text Search


Form validation with jQuery from scratch

The HTML form There’s a pretty diverse opinion on how this should be done exactly, but we’ll make the code flexible enough to handle different markup styles. <form> <fieldset> <legend>Legend Name</legend> <div> <label for="name">Name</label> <input type="text" id="name" name="name"> </div> </fieldset> </form> This is how I markup my forms. Trying to keep it as simple and semantic as possible, but adding the div to make styling easier. Specifying input validation In HTML4 there is no obvious way attach validation rules to an input. A few developers have been somewhat orthodox and added their own “validation” attribute. <input type="text" id="name" name="name" validation=”required email”> ...

30 Tutorials Combining Both WordPress and jQuery

Take the most popular CMS, Wordpress, and then take the easiest and most versatile of Javscript libraries, jQuery, and you have a match made in heaven. Implementing jQuery within Wordpress is a lot easier than you would think, all you need is a little support from the huge WP community and a little patience, and you are good to go. Below you will find 30 Tutorials Combining both Wordpress and jQuery. Including jQuery in WordPress (The Right Way)

When you download jQuery, put it on your server and link to it from your header.php file in the <head> section, this can cause you problems. Some plugins use the jQuery library, and they are going to load it as well and on top of that already has the jQuery library included. This can cause problems. In this tutorial you will learn how to load up jQuery in your theme the smart (and intended) way, avoiding conflict ...



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