MiniTwitter – the Widget jQuery which puts Twitter and your tweets on your Website or your WordPress blog.
- Put Twitter on your website and even more: the tweets from the folks you like, the lists and yourself.
- Show up to 100 tweets within 7 days (limit set by Twitter’s Search API).
- Use the color of your link profile on Twitter.
- Display tweets from your feed or from the Twitter Search.
- Display tweets from a list or from your favorite users.
- Stylize your feed with your Cascading Style Sheet or with other jquery plugins.
- Compatible with the last jquery version: 1.7.
A tutorial about how to create a swatch book like component that let’s you open and rotate the single swatches revealing some details. We will be using CSS transforms and transitions and create a simple jQuery plugin.
With Dynamic Grid: XML Gallery you can create the image gallery that you want. The script gives you huge control over the layout and animations, and the possibilities are endless. Literally endless – the script is smart enough to generate unique layouts every time it launches, which means a unique experience for your visitors on every page load.
With the Dynamic Grid engine you have the power to create exactly the layout you need. And if you don’t know what you need, the script comes with solid default settings that create a beautiful and random layout on every page load!
Using jQuery we can easily sort a list of html elements alphabetically. In the following tutorial I will give 2 examples – sorting an unordered list and sorting a table.Using jQuery we then append each item row to the unordered list to rebuild in the correct order.
There are plenty of social networking websites today where you can find dynamic Ajax-based comments. This system is more usable because you don’t need to refresh the page every time you post something new. However setting up a whole database for user comments from scratch can be difficult.
In this tutorial I want to look at using jQuery just for animating custom comments. The form will submit each post anonymously and won’t save anything to a local database. The effects are only for show – but you can easily adopt the dynamic code into a system such as WordPress, vBulletin, Joomla!, or even your own custom backend.
In this series we take a look at how to create a rating system with thumbs up and down. The ratings will be saved to the MySQL database using PHP PDO class.
I had to emphasize somehow a dynamic notification bubble. Basically, every time the notification value changes, a visual effect was needed in order to get user’s attention. So I made that using CSS3 keyframe animation.I think this is a simple and practical example on how to use a CSS3 animation to enhance user experience. Further, you can experiment with the bezier curve values and come up with some other cool effects.
A JQuery validation framework for bootstrap forms.jqBootstrapValidation will scan for HTML5 validator attributes directly on the elements, plus any extra options specified via data attributes. By default, it will also sniff for native HTML5 form validation attributes, as detailed above.
If you decide this isn’t what you want, you can restrict jqBootstrapValidation to only data attributes by setting sniffHtml to false when calling it on your form elements.