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Meet Unslider, the simplest jQuery slider

In short, Unslider is the quickest and most straightforward way to have a slider up and running on your website. All it takes is a bit of valid markup, jQuery and some additional CSS. Then, Unslider takes over and does the rest. Sure, Unslider is small, but that’s its unique value proposition. Both flexible and extensible, it allows designers the freedom to pretty much alter anything they want through options/settings, methods or callback events. Let’s look at some of its features… Automatic...

55+ jQuery plugins for developers

jQuery is a fantastic JavaScript library, we know this. We also know that there are lot of cool plugins out there which take things to the next level. If you’re an amateur dev, plugins expand on your capabilities by implementing things you might not know how to do yourself, yet. If you're an expert programmer, they can make your job go a whole lot faster, or even just provide inspiration. Whatever the case, we've collected some of the best and most interesting jQuery plugins that we’ve found, and...

10 free jQuery mobile menu plugins

One of the biggest headaches you’re likely to encounter as a developer is cramming a designer’s gigantic menu onto a mobile screen. There are options open to you: you could repurpose the menu for mobile, you could compact it with JavaScript, you could even reposition it with CSS. But thanks to the amazing jQuery community, you probably don’t need to. There are dozens of jQuery mobile navigation solutions available, all of which have been designed to solve the problem of menus that don’t fit...

How to build Growl-style notifications with jQuery

Mac OSX is able to display message notifications — still referred to as Growl messages, despite the fact that the big cat moniker is no longer applied to versions. Many applications send Growl messages to the OS to let the user know that an action has just occurred. Wouldn’t it be nice to use messages like this on our websites? I think so. In this tutorial we’ll construct a notification like this with HTML, CSS3 and a little jQuery. Growl message functionality ... When more than one message is displayed,...

How to use Bootstrap Tour

Right now web applications are stronger than ever and even though some of them are simple to understand others are really complex applications that need some understanding before use.One approach these applications take is to give us a tour of the product, usually with little pop ups that we can skip or leave until the end.That is exactly what Bootstrap Tour does in a simple and clean way.Getting started ... This plugin was at first aimed at being a simple and easy to use Bootstrap tour plugin but now we...

Introducing touchSwipe

There are jQuery plugins for every type of interaction we have with the browser and they are much appreciated, but one thing that has been lacking when it comes to interactions is the type of interaction we have with our mobile devices. We can now create full blown mobile apps using only HTML, CSS and JavaScript but in order to make a fully functional app we need to be able to listen for the swipes and pinches of the user, and that’s where touchSwipe comes in. Using the plugin ... The first we need to do in order...
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