Jquery popup window allows you to display forms, alerts and warnings, requests and prompts and other messages in hidden windows which pops when the event defined occurs. By using this feature, you can make the user to focus on a specific piece of content. There are many free and premium jquery popup plugins hosted across the web for developers.
In this article, I have gathered the best jquery popup plugins with tutorials which would help you to add an attractive popup window in your website. All these plugins are unique in design and action. Most of these model popup pack include multiple interfaces of search, warning, login, registration, message etc… I am sure you’ll find what exactly you are looking for here and I would like to hear your feedbacks.
Responsive web design is very high in demand nowadays. Responsive layouts give designers the possibility of offering optimized screen sizes depending on various devices such as cell phones, tablets, PCs etc. When a website is browsed from other devices like mobile phones and tablets, the entire website has to be to be optimized. Here is a list of 10 JQuery plugins for responsive web design, which will help you a lot in your design process.
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When one requires a more effective method by which to style a property for first matched elements ( primarily in the way by which different browsers access most properties ) – the .css() method proves to be a more convenient way within accessing certain properties.
With the css() method sets – or – returns, one or more style properties for the selected elements can be set to manipulate any css or html elements, however – if one desires consistency, they can simply use “float”, and JQuery will translate the correct value for each browser. Continue reading
For the most of us, the most difficult aspect of building a responsive layout is the planning and coding of the navigation. As there is no truly tried and tested universal solution, the style of the menu you use will depend on the type of site you are building.If it is a small site, a <select> drop-down menu or a basic “three line” toggle menu will probably be suffice. But if it is a larger site (an ecommerce store for example) that relies upon a mega-menu for navigation on its desktop version, then a drawer-style navigation or an animated side panel menu will most likely help you. Continue reading
Whether you are designing a business website or portfolio one… or maybe just a family or community website. They all have loads of photos to share with their visitors. And the best way to share those photos is through a jQuery image gallery plugin.
Today I have collected some of my favorite jQuery image gallery plugins that will help you to create impressive photo galleries quickly and effortlessly. Continue reading
jQuery accordion plugins help you get the attention of visitors and save space on your homepage too.Accordions are great for giving readers a quick overview but they work best if the number of elements is low. In this article you will find 10 useful jQuery accordion plugins and some tutorials which will help you improve your website. Continue reading