Tag: free stuff
Drang n’ Drop in HTML 5 is supported by: IE9+, Firefox 3.6+, Safari 4+, Opera 11+ and Chrome 12+. But its not supported yet for touch devices like Touch Mobiles and Tablets.
You may have a normal HTML Form, like: contact form, feedback form or any other forms in your website or any website you work on.
Did you think how difficult converting this FORM into AJAX?
Let me say, it will be very simple. Simple as 1 minute of changes.
How is that, right?
Hi reader,I have collected 15 free ebooks for front-end development to put it between your hands. Not all are PDF files, some are websites and online samples.
I have collected 5 resources for free PNG icons. They could be used on websites, mobile applications and other stuff.
They are available with multi-dimentions as follow:
1) 25 Glossy iPhone style icons
These icons are available with PSD file. Free to download.
1) Nivo Slider: A stunning jQuery image gallery with 16 unique transition effects. Comes with many featrues and compatible with most browser versions (IE 7+, Firefox v3+, Google Chrome v4+, Safari v4+ and Opera v10+). I like this plugin and i recommend it.
2) Gloss: Gloss is not an image gallery, it’s a lightweight jQuery plugin to create a gloss effect on images for (Mouse over, Mouse out) action. (It’s also supported for IE 6+ browsers).
Multiple files can be selected, they can even be drag ‘n’ dropped from the desktop and the upload process can start automatically or with an event (like clicking the “upload” button).
A progress bar can display the status and uploads can be canceled anytime.
It is possible to use multiple instances of the plugin in the same page and jQuery File Upload is compatible with any server-side application platform.
Komodo Edit (Windows, Mac, Linux)
It has syntax coloring, folding, background syntax checking, auto-complete and calltips. It also includes libraries for autocompletion for jQuery, Ext JS, Ruby on rails and more.
I just recommend Komoodo Edit.
It’s lovely to make you webpage interactive. jQuery plugins add effects to multiple elements of HTML. jQuery Gloss adds a Gloss (shining) effect to images by simple and lightweight code.
This effect is added on hover effect (mouseover, mouseout).
This plugin is ~2.2 Kb and it’s simple as:
Add a DIV element to hold the image with class=”gloss”. eg:
<div class=”gloss”><img src=”” alt=”Image gloss effect” /></div>
Include the script file of jQuery Gloss plugin. eg:
Call the Gloss function. eg:
jQuery Plugins: plugins.jquery.com/project/gloss
Source & Demo: www.freelancer-id.com/gloss
For web developers and web designers who want to add their FONT to websites without using Standard Web Fonts and without making text as images.
Google has create a Google Font API for public use to give web developers and web designers the ability to use extra fonts on the web, not only the standard web fonts.
In the last jQuery Animate article I wrote, I mentioned how to use the .animate() function with few tricks.
But here, I am going to write about jQuery Animate function in general and I will explain few things and some tricks.
The jQuery Animate is a smart object because could be used at any syntax.
We can use the default syntax of this function as follow:
/* params */ },
/* integet time period in milliseconds */