Today I am going to share some interesting Social Share Box in a Tooltip for your blog. I have used jQuery & CSS3 to achieve this.
Enable HTML5 History navigation in your web site easly.
This plugin aims to enable the HTML5 navigation in sites without having to change anything server side. If the browser does not support HTML5 no fallback is provided, the site will be simply browsed in the old way.
User friendly table handler
- editable content
- selectable row
- multi select row
- source select (database or file or html)
- filterable content
- download filtered content
- password protected database update with timeout
Chained is simple jQuery plugin for chained selects. You can choose from two different versions. Use jquery.chained.js if you do not want to make external queries for setting content of child selects. This version uses classnames of select options to decide content.
For more complex scenarios maintaining option tag classnames will get cumbersome. Also if you want to make queries against database use jquery.chained.remote.js instead. This version makes an external AJAJ query and uses the returned JSON to build child selects.
We are introducing our new tool, Cloudsmith, which will automate the way you customize our plugins. The tool will display a configuration panel, that will have all the config options regarding the plugin. Once you are done with the customizations, just click the “Get Code” button to get your config code in place.
Currently we are in the process of rolling out our plugins in the Cloudsmith tool. We introduce the plugin for “Tumblr Feeds” with Cloudsmith. This plugin will display feeds from your tumblr account on to your webpage. The plugin is totally responsive, works on all major browsers and fully customizable.
Ever notice how small flourishes and subtle transitions dramatically increases the value of the experience you enjoy with an app or site?
Designing and developing UIs for the mobile web is tricky, but it’s extremely difficult to do that while delivering something that performs at 60fps. The best opportunities to getting jank-free transitions on phones/tablets are CSS transition and keyframe animation based, especially tapping into hardware-accelerated transforms and opacity changes.
In today’s tutorial, we’ll be creating some creative animations and transitions for adding and removing items from a list, inspired by the concept from Pasquale D’Silva’s article on Medium. Chris Coyier coded the transitions from Pasquale’s article.
In this tutorial I’m extending Pasquale’s example, adding more animations and transitional effects, and I’ll also be using a small snippet from Chris’s article to add an extra step in each animation, which “makes room” for the added items before they are actually added.