In this tutorial you are going to build a simple jQuery-powered dropdown menu. This can work well using the animate method for generating delayed effects. Along with the typical JS codes also some CSS3 transition effects into the stylesheet. Any webmaster who can edit these codes will surely find use in a pre-built customized navbar solution.
Here is a jQuery plugin for showing the latest tweets about a certain word or phrase. This plugin use jQuery Read more
Colortip is a simple jQuery tooltip plugin. It is going to convert the title attributes of elements withing your page, Read more
Tabs are easy to implement and can be built to work with your existing markup. This tutorial will walk through Read more
A responsive table to compare and filter through multiple products by using css and jQuery. A time-saver comparison table, specifically designed Read more
jQuery Pinterest Pin It Plugin looks for all images, and wrap it inside a container that come with a pinterest Read more