First of all, WebTwo Ajax SlideShow is a small proof of concept. It was ment to demonstrate the capabilities of Ajax as a SDK and to show that with a few lines of code most of the capabilities that once were only offered by commercial softwares can be easily recreated. It relies on few background […]
Personal image-management applications such as Apple® iPhoto® on the Macintosh® have popularized the slide show view. In a slide show, the images appear in a timed sequence, with images fading in and out. In addition, the images are moved and zoomed in what has become known as the “Ken Burns Effect.” In this example, I […]
Corner adorners are all the rage in web design these days. Designers say that plain old right-angle corners are so Web 1.0 now. However, some of the techniques to take the edge off corners use extra markup that is only there to support the decoration, which violates the separation of content and presentation. Now that’s […]
This is a jquery plugin for star rating systems. The intial inspiration for this script came from “Wil Stuckey’s” star rating system. But the original script requires too much coding. Also it does not have provision for developing a star system (such as GMail, where you star or un star an email). I have modified […]
FancyForm is a powerful checkbox replacement script used to provide the ultimate flexibility in changing the appearance and function of HTML form elements. It’s accessible, easy to use and degrades gracefully on all older, non-supporting browsers.
John Resig, author of jQuery demonstrated how easy is create this simple slide aka drawer aka accordion effect during @media Ajax 2007 – it also makes for a great introduction to jQuery. The effect is commonly known as an ‘accordion’ and it’s usually used to slide up, or down blocks of content to expose new […]