(mb)Tooltip is a A jQuery Tooltip Alternative For Your Site, you can use this Free jQuery Tooltip for your pages.
This is a powerful jQuery component to build easily a multilevel tree menu or a contextual menu (right click) in an intuitive way! You can add as many submenus as you want; if your submenu or menu is not declared in the page, the component’ll get it via ajax calling the template page with the […]
A simple jQuery plugin for showing a text field’s label inside the textbox itself. The hint disappears when it is given focus, and appears again if the inputted text is empty. Typically used for search and login forms. This plugin works in all modern browsers, and it even works with password field hints.
There are a ton of tutorials already out there about creating content sliders with jQuery. So why bother writing another one? While I don’t think that the existing tutorials are incorrect, bad, or otherwise unacceptable, I haven’t found one that met my needs. With my attempt at a content slider, I’m hoping to accomplish the […]
Turn a text box into an auto suggest box which search’s and displays results specified in a JSON string either on construction or dynamically. The set of results can contain images and extra details about each item. If must atleast contain the text to actually search on. The chosen item can optionally be sent to […]
This is a jQuery script that automatically adds a “Scroll to Top” link to the lower right corner of long pages. Instead of always being visible, you can specify how far down the page the user is at (in pixels) before revealing the control.
Sorry, I know the name sounds like a poor attempt at some black hat SEO, but that’s not the case (I just can’t think of a better name for it.) Remember my hidden message CSS trick? This is a jQuery trick in the same theme. With this, you can hide links within links, so by […]
There are a ton of tooltip plugins for jQuery out there, but I couldn’t find one that works with the way I think. To me, it’s a simple concept: You hover over a target element, then some content shows up. It should be flexible enough to customize the look and feel without requiring the bloat […]