jmFullWall is a jQuery plugin for the creation of an impressive portfolio.
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It works fine with floated and absolutely-positioned layouts, in all modern browsers and some not-so-modern ones too.
In this tutorial we are going to create a simple profile overview page containing 4 profile images and names. When we hover over the image or name a more detailed profile will appear. This div is positioned before the image and name link in the code and is initially hidden. When we hover over the image, a jQuery event will occur which will change the display declaration from hidden to block, making the div appear. This is when we make use of the prev() method.
The entire skin of the tooltip, from shadow to loading icon, is drawn using Canvas. This means you can easily change the style of your tooltips without having to create any images.
SFBrowser is an open source application, built with PHP and jQuery, formanaging files online with an Ajaxed interface.
Besides listing files and folders, it can upload, delete, rename and preview them. Uploading can be accomplished via an Ajaxed or Flash-based uploader (queued multiple uploads, progress bar, canceling, selection filtering, size filtering).
The functionality can be extended with plugins. There are few ready-to-use ones like filetree and image-resize.
Today we want to share a neat experimental portfolio template with you. The main idea is to have a grid layout that we create with jQuery Masonry. Clicking to view more, we expand the according item to fullscreen in order to show a longer description of the item and a representative fullscreen background image.
In this tutorial we are going to create a blogroll slider that shows the latest post of your favorite blogs. We will be using jQuery, PHP and XSL. The aim is to get a given RSS feed of a blog and parse the XML data with the help of PHP. We will apply XSL to transform the feed into HTML and cache the result for subsequent use. We will be using a lot of CSS3 properties for a polished look.
leanModal is a lightweight jQuery plugin for displaying modal boxes with minimum effort.The width and height of the modal box is flexible and adjusts itself according to the content.
Multiple instances can be used on the same page and there are almost no settings or complicated usage instructions which is perfect for most cases.
WowWindow is an alternative to Lightbox, for jQuery, that is much more fun and powerful. This modal window script uses CSS3 transformations to display the window, but will acceptably degrade to a workable window for browsers that do not support this. If you’re looking for alternatives to Lightbox, this may be the perfect script for you.