Autotab is a jQuery plugin that provides auto-tabbing and filtering on text fields in a form. Once the maximum number of characters has been reached within a defined text fields, the focus is automatically set to the defined target of the element. Likewise, clearing out the text field’s content by pressing backspace eventually places the focus on the elements previous target.
Why jQuery Autotab and not some other auto-tab script?
- Auto-tabbing behaves logically, in both tabbing forward and tabbing backwards.
- It allows you to easily change your text in a tab that would otherwise auto-tab away.
- It can filter text fields, ie. restrict a phone number fields to just numbers.
- It’s small, fast, easy to load and built on the powerful jQuery library.
This example is not really the same like iTunes gallery like in the image left, but at least the basic behavior almost the same, I have played with JQuery UI Slider and Rotate3Di plugin.Actually I modified thejQuery UI slider scroll pane example.
We are building a cross-browser, custom confirm dialog in the form of an easy to use jQuery plugin. You can choose the text, buttons, and actions that will be executed when they are clicked.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a customizable interface with widgets. The finished product will be a sleek and unobtrusively coded iGoogle-like interface, which has plenty of potential applications!
First, let’s list exactly what we’ll be creating here and what features it’ll have:
- This interface will contain several widgets.
- Each widget can be collapsed, removed and edited.
- The widgets can be sorted into the three seperate columns by the user (using a drag and drop technique).
- The user will be able to edit the color and title of each widget.
- Each widget can contain any amount of regular HTML content, text, images, flash etc.
gMap is a lightweight jQuery plugin that helps you embed Google Maps into your website. With only 2 KB in size it is very flexible and highly customizable.There are a two requirements you need to meet before you can use gMap to display Google Maps on your website. First you need to sign up for a Google Maps API key. Second you need the jQuery library at least in version 1.3.
In this tutorial we will create a fullscreen gallery with jQuery. The idea is to have a thumbnail of the currently shown fullscreen image on the side that flips when navigating through the images. The big image will slide up or down depending where we are navigating to. We will add navigation controls for the mousewheel and for keys. The thumbnail will have a zoom and and a fullscreen option, making the image in the background appear in fullscreen mode or as a complete image, resized to fit in the page.
We will create a news previewer that let’s you show your latest articles or news in a compact way. The news previewer will show some list of articles on the left side and the preview of the article with a longer description on the right. Once a news on the left is clicked, the preview will slide in.