I took the Topsy retweet button and jQuery-fied it, then added the “Who” part to it using the awesome Topsy API. to create this fancy share count button for your stories on twitter.
This jquery component let you easly build a sliding panel where to insert any kind of content; it has builtin all the functionalities for managing menu lines and sub panels with accordion effect. It can get the content via ajax and therefore you can dynamically build it by passing DATA via request using the metadata [...]
Quite a while ago, I released a simple-to-use MooTools tabs class, and it continues to be one of the most frequented posts on the site. With so many people obviously desiring a MooTools tabs plugin, I’ve added a few new features to the plugin, as well as moved it to Github for inclusion in the [...]