- Fully customizable alert, confirm and prompt dialogs
- Fully customizable unobtrusive notification system
- Callback parameter handling both OK and Cancel button clicks
- Chaining which allows queued dialogs
A few weeks ago, Dropbox introduced a neat new feature – the Dropbox Chooser. By embedding it into your website, you give users a button with which they can attach files from their online storage.
Today we are going to use this feature to create a simple application that allows people to attach a photo from their Dropbox account, crop an area with the Jcrop plugin, and download the result. Additionally, we will make use of Twitter Bootstrap to show dialog windows, and PHP on the backend for the actual photo cropping.
Forms is a JQuery plugin to display and manage html forms, validation and ajax communication. A spam secured php script is included to send all collected data to an email account.
- Easiest installation and integration
- Six ready to use example forms
- All HTML elements have uniqe ids and classes for easy css styling
- AJAX form validation
- Send mail copy function
- Secure php script
- Complete login form with php scripts and secure (session based) web page example
Today we want to share a flexible calendar concept with you. Calendars can be a very tricky thing when it comes to their layout and responsiveness. This is an experiment for trying out some grid layouts that can be applied to calendars. We’ve created a jQuery plugin for the calendar itself and you can see some examples of how to use it in the demos. The aim is to provide a suitable layout for both, small and big screens and keeping the calendar structure fluid when possible. On large screens we want to show a grid-based layout while on smaller screens, we want to simply stack the days of the month.
Create high quality cinemagraphs that offer a richer range of colours and a larger set of dimensions than the usual animated GIF options, by using JPEG sprites with CSS3 and jQuery.
In this tutorial we’ll show you how to create a full screen-capable cinemagraph using a different technique. Instead of rendering our animation using GIF, we’ll create a sprite using JPG as the format, allowing us to scale up our artwork to practically any size, and render a full spectrum of colour. You’ll learn how to break video into individual frames, arrange the frames into a single sprite that loads efficiently in the browser, and use CSS3 (with jQuery as a backup) to flip between the frames, creating a rich, high-quality cinemagraph.
If you are interested to make your own jQuery plugin then this link is for you.Jumpstart your own jQuery plugin develpment.