Kalendae is an attempt to do something that nobody has yet been able to do: make a date picker that doesn’t suck. Kalendae provides the following features:
- Fully portable, no dependencies. No jQuery, no Prototype, no MooTools; just add the script and the stylesheet and you’re good to go.
- Fully and easily skinable. The default theme uses only one image file (a mask for the previous and next buttons), everything else is styled using CSS.
- Supports all modern browsers and IE8.
- Support single day, multiple day, or day range selection.
- Configurable number of months to be displayed at once.
- Can be displayed on the page as an inline widget, or attached to one or more input fields as a popup control.
- Can be attached to any page element, not just named elements.
- Configurable blackouts, defined either as an array of dates or via a callback function
- Output selected dates in a variety of formats
Timeplot is a DHTML-based AJAXy widget for plotting time series and overlay time-based events over them (with the same data formats that Timeline supports).
mapper.js allows you to add automatic area highlighting to image maps on your webpages (inc. export to SVG).
Do you also want the possibility to add, edit and remove items by dead simple templating? Hell yeah!
Adaptive Images detects your visitor’s screen size and automatically creates, caches, and delivers device appropriate re-scaled versions of your web page’s embeded HTML images. No mark-up changes needed. It is intended for use with Responsive Designs and to be combined with Fluid Image techniques.Features:
- Works on your existing site
- Requires no mark-up changes
- Device agnostic
- Mobile-first philosophy
- Easy & powerful customisations
- Up and running within minutes
When we need to clip an irregular shape from an image and use it on the web, PNG is the most common answer as it is the only image format used by all web browsers that support alpha channels.However, PNG images come with a penalty of size (if the source is a photograph) compared to similar sized JPEGs.
polyClip.js is a script, built on jQuery, that allows us to clip any image with
imagemap coordinates using HTML5 Canvas.
Have you ever wanted to select parent of an element in css without using any additional id or class? Well, now you can, just add this litle script to your code and you will be able to use parent selector like the one described in CSS4 reference.