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ExpandingTextarea jQuery Plugin

As its name implies, ExpandingTextarea is a plugin that lets you create a multiline input control where the user can key in lengthy information, but instead of introducing a vertical scrollbar into the field to indicate entries already not visible, the text area itself increases in size as the use keys in more string of […]

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TipTip jQuery Plugin

The TipTip jQuery plugin is a creation by Drew Wilson that detects the edges of browser window and makes sure that the tooltip stays in current window size. It allows to adjust itself to be displayed on any place of the element, be it above, below, left, or right. It is a custom tooltip that, […]

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Lazy Line Painter

Javascript has helped tremendously in presenting illustrated animation on websites. But it needs a lot of programming which unfortunately, not everyone can do. Good thing there’s the jQuery Lazy Line Painter plugin that helps non-programmers transform an image into animation easily. Applications like Illustrator has an export functionality for this type of format. For you […]

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How to Code a Clean Web 2.0 Style Web Design from Photoshop

In today’s featured tutorial, we’ll be bringing you Jacob Gube of Six Revisions who will show you how to create a web page template from the start – from Photoshop to coding a clean web 2.0 style design using HTML/CSS and jQuery library. You’ll learn how to convert the layout you made in Photoshop to […]

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Calendario: A Responsive jQuery Calendar Plugin

If your website contains lots of information on dates of events such as concerts, anniversaries, meetings, etc. then you might want to consider installing an attractive calendar plugin in to display posting all that important data for your site visitors. Calendario is one such plugin and definitely one of the prettiest as well, as featured […]

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Flare: A Responsive Mobile-Optimized Lightbox Plugin

The awesome team of Pixelentity brings you another nice plugin that will add great features to your site. Flare is a custom responsive and touch-enabled lightbox jQuery plugin that is also optimized for mobile use. You can use this to show your videos and images – single or the whole gallery. Flare is easy to […]

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Create A Twitter Timeline Using jQuery And CSS

Have you ever wondered what or how it would look like if you merge Twitter’s UI with that of Facebook’s Timeline? Well, wonder no more because web developer and blogger Karthikeyan K. has already done just that – merged the two to create a Twitter Timeline using jQuery and CSS. In the script he created, […]

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PowerTip: A jQuery Plugin that Creates Hover Tooltips

PowerTip is an easy-to-use jQuery-based tool which can be customized and provides a fluid user experience. It supports the addition of complex data also to tooltips and has APIs available for web developers. It schecks and tests for hover intent so tooltips don’t open whenever you cross the element with a tooltip with your mouse. […]

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Build Complex Forms With quickValidation jQuery Plugin

QuickValidation.js is a jQuery plugin that allows you to build complex web forms. It will validate form data on the client-side based on the custom validation rules that you created before submitting it to the server. Created by Nik Korablin, what makes this different from the usual jQuery form validator plugin is that instead of […]

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Selecting First 10 Items of Specific Class Using jQuery

Here’s a very informative technique using jQuery to select the first 10 items of specific class. This tutorial was created by web developer Sam Deering, who is also the man behind jQuery4u. 1. First thing to do is get the first and last elements: var firstSpan = $(‘span.class:first’), lastSpan = $(‘span.class:last’); 2. Get all the […]

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