Posts Tagged ‘jQuery’

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Create An Animated Bar Graph With HTML, CSS And jQuery

People in boardrooms across the world love a good graph. They go nuts for PowerPoint, bullet points and phrases like “run it up the flagpole,” “blue-sky thinking” and “low-hanging fruit,” and everything is always “moving forward.” Backwards is not an option for people who facilitate paradigm shifts in the zeitgeist. Graphs of financial projections, quarterly sales figures and market saturation are a middle-manager’s dream.

How can we as Web designers get in on all of this hot graph action? There are actually quite a few ways to display graphs on the Web. We could simply create an image and nail it to a Web page. But that’s not very accessible or interesting. We could use Flash, which is quite good for displaying graphs — but again, not very accessible. Besides, designers, developers and deities are falling out of love with Flash.

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Freebie: Responsive jQuery Slider Plugin Flexslider

When it comes to responsive design, it's not just about fluid images or adaptive layouts. It's also about the responsive methodology behind the entire design process. In responsive design, we are creating responsive experiences, meaning that all design components need to be able to adapt to the environment in which they are displayed and have to interact with.

This is why we create tables, navigation menus, videos and other design elements responsive as well (see Responsive Web Design Techniques and Design Strategies for more details). It just makes sense to consider each and every design component — including the image slider.

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Orbit and Reveal: jQuery Plug-Ins For Image Sliders and Modal Windows

A visitor comes to your website all giddy to learn more about your product, when suddenly a snazzy slideshow loads with some snap. Impressed, they go to register and are greeted by a most elegant modal window. At this point they are finally overjoyed by the velociraptor that suddenly charges across their screen. They don't know why but they like it.

Two Useful jQuery Plug-Ins That Will Breathe Life Into Your Pages

Crafting a polished and unique experience for your users is becoming ever more critical as the Web gets more overloaded. Standing out is hard. To the rescue come frameworks such as jQuery, which offer a modular, highly customizable experience for your visitors.

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Five Useful Interactive CSS/jQuery Techniques Deconstructed

With the wide variety of CSS3 and JavaScript techniques available today, it's easier than ever to create unique interactive websites that delight visitors and provide a more engaging user experience. In this article, we'll walk through five interactive techniques that you can start using right now. We'll cover animated text effects, animated images without GIFs, mega drop-down menus, fancy slideshow navigation and animated icons for the hover state of buttons.

Five Useful Interactive CSS/jQuery Techniques Deconstruted

Besides learning how to accomplish these specific tasks, you'll also master a variety of useful CSS and jQuery tricks that you can leverage when creating your own interactive techniques. The solutions presented here are certainly not perfect, so any thoughts, ideas and suggestions on how you would solve these design problems would be very appreciated.

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Useful JavaScript and jQuery Tools, Libraries, Plugins

Recently we’ve been receiving more requests for carefully selected, useful round-ups. We try to avoid round-ups on Smashing Magazine, but sometimes the format is useful and — if the resources are relevant — can be extremely helpful. Besides, we are glad to drive traffic to some obscure, yet useful resources and thus support the developers of these resources.

jStat : a JavaScript statistical library

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In this round-up, you'll find some of the useful JavaScript and jQuery tools, libraries and plugins that we have stumbled upon recently. Hopefully, you'll find them valuable for your upcoming projects. Among other things, you'll find handy services and online utilities, recently released JavaScript libraries and jQuery plugins.

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Image Manipulation With jQuery & PHP GD

One of the numerous advantages brought about by the explosion of jQuery and other JavaScript libraries is the ease with which you can create interactive tools for your site. When combined with server-side technologies such as PHP, this puts a serious amount of power at your finger tips.

Image Manipulation With jQuery and PHP GD

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In this article, I’ll be looking at how to combine JavaScript/jQuery with PHP and, particularly, PHP’s GD library to create an image manipulation tool to upload an image, then crop it and finally save the revised version to the server. Sure, there are plugins out there that you can use to do this; but this article aims to show you what's behind the process. You can download the source files for reference.

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Five Useful CSS/jQuery Coding Techniques For More Dynamic Websites

Interactivity can transform a dull static website into a dynamic tool that not only delights users but conveys information more effectively. In this post, we'll walk through five different coding techniques that can be easily implemented on any website to provide a richer user experience. These techniques will allow you to better display difficult content, help users find information more effectively and provide meaningful UI cues without overwhelming the user: on-page text search, drag controls for oversized content, subtle hover effects, comment count bars and a full-page slider.

Drag controls for oversized content

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Websites often have search boxes to allow users to find content from their archives. But what if you want to find content on the given page? Information Architects has had on-page text search that provides a great user experience. Let's recreate this using jQuery.

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