Garlic.js allows you to automatically persist your forms’ text field values locally, until the form is submitted. This way, your users don’t lose any precious data if they accidentally close their tab or browser.
data-persist="garlic" in your form tags, and you’re good to go!
When someone types anything in it then a set area on your page becomes responsive and only displays part of that area which contains the word or string typed by the user.
In this tutorial, we will be making a simple product search engine. Using jQuery and PHP, we will tap into Google’s Shopping Search API and return a list of items available for purchase, along with prices, photos and other useful information. The Shopping Search API gives us direct access to Google’s large database of products and prices, obtained from partnering online stores. Another benefit to using this service, is that products are automatically ranked and filtered for us behind the scenes to better match with the user’s search query.
InfiniWall is a script for desktop and mobile that lets you pan/scroll a potentially infinite number of elements on screen. It is obsessively optimized for mobile devices which have limited power and memory and notoriously have troubles handling a large number of tags at the same time (especially images).
Google recenlty launched a new way to search the web called Google Instant, which can save several seconds per search.Google instant involves a lot of high technology, including a new and smarter predicting system.
This technology is not available for every webmaster in your own page yet, however, we can get really good results with php and jQuery, allowing everyone to create your own version of instant search.We are going to create now the simplest code, in order to learn how it works.This way anyone may learn easily and recreate it, fitting it perfectly with your own project.
Crumble allows you to quickly and easily build feature tours for your website or app using small bubbles!.The bubbles are visually interesting, will draw attention and due to the small size make sure that you will write using concise language that visitors will read.
The tour itself is defined as a standard ordered list in your html, making it accessible.
The Frequently Asked Questions page has been a mainstay of all types of websites since the dawn of the Web. It’s used as a marketing page, as an attempt to reduce the number of calls or e-mails to a customer service department, and as a helpful tool for site visitors to learn more about the company or organization they’re dealing with or the products or services they’re interested in purchasing.