Today websites are full of events (new mail, new chat-message, content update etc.). Often it is not enough to indicate this events only visually to get user attention. You need sounds! This library, made for playing small sounds, will help you with this task.
- Ion.Sound — Plugin for playing sounds on events
- Crossbrowser support: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, IE(9.0+) and mobile browsers
- Ion.Sound freely distributed under terms of MIT licence.
- Ion.Sound includes 15 free sounds
ContentShare is a jQuery plugin which lets you share the exact content on a page which you actually want to share. It enables you to share selected text on your social network rather the default text specified in the tags. By default, it supports Facebook and Twitter but you can add more networks easily.
Today we’d like to show you some ideas for creative loading effects. Nowadays, many different page loading animations are used in websites; just think of the subtle red loading bar seen on YouTube. When loading something on a page, be it images or the next content, we don’t have to be restricted to a tiny loading indicator but we can get creative and big. So the idea is to indicate that something is happening in a stylish way without creating too much distraction for the user. There might be actions where this might not be adequate, but in some situations it might be quite fitting and amplifying for the overall design.
Create an Apple-like one page scroll website (iPhone 5S website) with One Page Scroll plugin.One Page Scroll let you transform your website into a one page scroll website that allows users to scroll one page at a time. It is perfect for creating a website in which you want to present something to the viewers.
I am writing a jQuery plugin that will automatically search for your headings and create a table of contents based on them for your blog post. We’ll also be adding a smooth scroll effect, so that when a user clicks on an entry they are brought to the right section. I know a table of contents is a bit of an unusual topic for a tutorial, but if you’re writing a help file for your product, or an FAQ it’s just as applicable. This tutorial also serves as an introduction to jQuery basics.
A light weight jQuery plugin that will allow you to add a super simple rotating text to your website with little to no markup.
- Dark and Light Color Schemes
- 8 Pre-Built Preloaders
- Designed with CSS making them easy to edit and retina-ready.
- Preload all the images and iframes on your web page by adding a simple data-attribute to your images.
In this tutorial we’ll be utilizing the localStorage mechanism to store the current state of a form. This means that when the page is reloaded or the user re-opens the page after closing it the form will be populated with the previous values. For improved complexity, we’ll be storing the data as serialized JSON strings.